Food Supplements for Gastritis and Esophagitis
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1. Esophagitis F1: Esophagitis with stomach distension, poor appetite, anxiety, vomiting, chronic low fever, flu, gastric ulcers, liver and gallbladder problems. 2. Esophagitis F2: Esophagitis with chest pain, stomach ache, liver problems or pneumonia.
7. Gastritis F7: Gastritis with diarrhea, dysentery, pelvic infection or chronic mouth ulcer. 8. Gastritis F8: Gastritis with low immune system, CFS, chronic ear infections, sinus and astrophoic gastric ulcers.
1. Gastritis F1: Gastritis with poor appetite, stomach ulcer, eczema or impotence. 2. Gastritis F2: Gastritis or pediatric diarrhea, frequent urination or impotence. 3. Gastritis F3: Gastritis with poor digestion and appetite, burping, stomach distension, vomiting, diarrhea, chronic superficial and astrophoic gastritis. 4. Gastritis F4: Gastritis with stomach distension, dry vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery and poor digestion. 5. Gastrits F5: Gastritis or astrophoic gastritis with bronchritis, seizure or mental disorders. 6. Gastritis F6: Chronic gastritis with rib pain, neck pain, heel pain, arthritis or lower back pain.