Toxaprevent Medi Plus Sachets are an effective remedy and a natural alternative for recurring heartburn and acid reflux.
Toxaprevent works directly on the root cause of the problem and relieves the recurring acid reflux symptoms. Toxaprevent Medi Plus Sachets contain MANC® particles which bind directly to ammonium and histamine in the stomach. Ammonium and histamine can cause and are linked to the burning sensation you feel in the middle of your chest. Removing ammonium and histamine can target the root cause and soothe the symptoms you are feeling with your acid reflux.
How do Toxaprevent Medi Plus Sachets stop recurring heartburn and acid reflux naturally
The sachets contain MANC® (modified and activated clinoptilolite) mixed with magnesium and calcium carbonate. The MANC® particles in the sachets bind and remove ammonium and histamine from your stomach. Removing ammonium and histamine optimises the level of acid in your stomach by freeing up your body’s natural bicarbonate
When your body has to much ammonium, your liver will take the bicarbonate from your stomach to help detoxify the ammonium instead of being used to counteract the acid in your stomach.
By taking the Toxaprevent Medi Plus Sachets, the MANC® particles will bind and remove the ammonium freeing up the bicarbonate in your stomach to rebalance your acid. Taking the Toxaprevent Medi Plus Sachets ensures that there isn’t too much acid, nor too little acid, both of which can cause your recurring acid reflux and heartburn.
Once the MANC® particles have bound to the ammonium and histamine, it will travel through the digestive tract where the toxins alongside the MANC® particles will be passed out alongside your body’s natural bowel movement.
Firstly, ammonium is alkaline so it will neutralise any of your stomach acid that it comes into contact with. This leads to low levels of acid in your stomach and can cause reflux as food is not digested properly. As a result, your food is pushed back up towards your throat allowing a small amount of gastric acid to make its way back up the oesophagus and cause that burning sensation in your chest and the unpleasant taste in the back of your throat.
In addition, histamine also plays a role in activating gastric acid. Excess histamine in the digestive tract can lead to an over-production of acid, therefore causing a recurrence of heartburn. Those with a histamine intolerance are more likely to be affected by this.
Ammonium is present in some foods, particularly fermented foods such as cheese and wine. It is also a by-product of protein breakdown. This is why high protein diets are an issue for people with kidney disorders as they are unable to effectively eliminate ammonium. Ammonium is transported from the intestines to the liver and is detoxified by the liver using bicarbonate taken from the stomach.
Ammonium is also produced by certain types of bacteria in the gut, meaning some bacterial infections can cause unusually high levels. Bacteria such as Helicobacter Pylori excrete the urease enzyme which raises the stomach pH ‘liquifying’ the stomach acid allowing the rotating flagella of the bacteria to make its way towards the stomach lining.
Although ammonium is essential to life, too much can cause problems in the liver. Too much ammonium in the blood is dangerous and when this happens, it can become neurotoxic (toxic to the nervous system).