Atrantil

Posted on 11 August 2018 by Kelly Mosley

Atrantil is a new nutraceutical that is designed to relieve bloating and other symptoms of abdominal discomfort caused by gas in the gut. The condition may or may not be accompanied with constipation. Atrantil is said not to be an antibiotic, a probiotic, or digestive enzyme. It also promises to remove that heavy feeling in your stomach and gut, remove digestive distress with definite foods and support the immune system. The supplement contains no gluten or GMO.

This product was developed by a gastroenterologist and works in a different way than probiotics and other medicines, according to this doctor. It kills the bacteria that produces gas in the gut. There is an official website that doesn't seem to be very informative because it doesn't even provide a full ingredient list of this product. It only gives a lot of great promises and claims that the gastroenterologist used some three natural botanicals to produce long-term relief from the problems of the digestive system. But what are these three ingredients? Let's try to find out in the next part of this review.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

As a matter of fact, the company behind Atrantil does not mention a word about possible side effects or adverse reactions associated with the use of the product. However, it does not mean that there are no such negative issues. For example, the first ingredient, Peppermint is only safe when used in small amounts for a short period of time (up to 8 weeks). Then you risk experiencing a number of side effects including allergic reactions such as headache, flushing, and mouth sores, as well as heartburn. Peppermint should be taken with special care by pregnant and breast-feeding women, as not enough is known about its safety.

Another ingredient in the product, Quebracho extract, lacks information on its safety when used in medicinal amounts. It can cause headache, drooling, sweating, stupor, dizziness, and sleepiness. In higher doses, it can cause vomiting and nausea. There is completely no information on webmd.com about saponin. This may be the indication that the compound is badly studied and might need additional research. Atrantil might be dangerous for people with a stomach condition when the stomach does not release hydrochloric acid (achlorhydria). Besides, the supplement could cause anal burning if you have this area damaged. Here are some of the users' reviews about the product.

"I have been suffering from severe bloating followed by constipation since September. In October, the things got even worse. At that period of time I saw a commercial about atrantil. I immediately ordered it in hope that I would get rid of my problem at last. However, this product didn't work for me, even though I thoroughly followed all the directions."

"I have taken ranitidine which caused low acid production in my stomach. I also started increasing fiber consumption but this only made my bloating even worse. Probiotics did not work well too. Atrantil caused a lot of pain the next day. Next week I am going to get an ultrasound to learn what causes the bloating."

"Atrantil worked but not as hoped. I did not notice a great difference in my health. I still continue suffering from constipation, even though bloating is not as severe as it used to be. I stick to the special diet too."