Berberine Plus for Healthy Digestion and Intestinal Healing

Berberine Plus for Healthy Digestion and Intestinal Healing

The importance of a healthy digestive tract is being increasingly recognized as fundamental to overall health and quality of life. Many factors can impact gastrointestinal health, including stress, toxicity, infection, and a poor diet. Berberine Plus is a potent bitter herb formula designed to promote intestinal health:

  • Supports balanced gut flora to help reduce gas and bloating*
  • Targets undesirable microbes for removal*
  • Promotes optimal digestion for increased absorption of nutrients*
  • Supports healthy immune, detoxification, and elimination functions*
  • Contains ingredients shown to reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels*
  • Supports healthy blood sugar levels*
  • A proprietary blend of Chinese herbal extracts including ginger, licorice, and rhubarb enhance its physiological benefits*

Contains: 90 capsules, enough for 45 servings.

How to take Berberine Plus:

Take two tablets two times daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.




Coptis (Coptis chinensis) Root & Rhizome 12:1 Extract

A root extract used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat diarrhea and digestive distress. It contains berberine, which may account for its therapeutic effects on the digestive tract.* It is also known to have anti-inflammatory properties.

Oregon Grape (Berberis aquifolium) Root 4:1 Extract

Another natural source of berberine, oregon grape is an herb native to the north western region of the United States. Due to its berberine content, it is traditionally used to stimulate digestion, relieve spasms, and for its antimicrobial properties.

Berberine HCl

Berberine itself is a widely-studied alkaloid — an plant-based organic compound with physiological effects on humans — repeatedly recognized for its beneficial impacts throughout the body, including:

  • Antimicrobial effects in the GI tract — including action against small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Anti-tumor properties
  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Blood glucose-lowering properties — it is now recognized to be as effective as Metformin, a frequently-prescribed diabetes medication, at lowering blood sugar levels
  • Cholesterol and triglyceride-lowering properties

Chinese Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) Root

A traditional bitter herb used in Chinese medicine to tone and strengthen the digestive tract.

Phellodendron (Phellodendron chinense) Bark

A Chinese herb and rich natural source of berberine.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Rhizome

Widely known and used for its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, ginger supports overall digestive health and function.

Chinese Licorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) Root

One of the most widely used medicinal herbs in the world, licorice root functions as an adaptogenic herb in addition to supporting gut health. It has also been shown to stimulate detoxification via Nrf2 pathway activation.

Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum officinale) Root & Rhizome

Traditionally used to relieve constipation, Chinese rhubarb is known to be antimicrobial and exert anti-yeast properties.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure any disease.

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