Who is Kijimea IBS meant for?
KijimeaTM IBS has been specially developed for the dietary management of IBS and its symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, flatulence, and bloating. KijimeaTM IBS does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, flavoring agents, lactose, gluten, or gelatin. Please note: KijimeaTM IBS should only be used under medical supervision.
Why is KijimeaTM IBS different?
KijimeaTM IBS contains the unique bacteria strain B. bifidum MIMBb75. A scientific study has shown that KijimeaTM IBS can significantly reduce IBS and its symptoms and simultaneously improve quality of life.
Where can KijimeaTM IBS be purchased?
KijimeaTM IBS is so brand-new, you won’t find it on the shelf. It is prescription-free and only available over the counter at your independent pharmacy or Walgreens. If they don’t have KijimeaTM IBS in stock, you can ask your pharmacist to order it for you. You can also order it directly online at www.amazon.com.
How should I take KijimeaTM IBS? And for how long?
Like all medical foods, KijimeaTM IBS should only be used under medical supervision. The usual adult dosage is 2 capsules per day taken at mealtime. Swallow capsules whole with sufficient water. We recommend taking KijimeaTM IBS capsules for at least four weeks. In our clinical study, the first positive effects were shown after about one week. Please note that individual results may vary.
Is KijimeaTM IBS safe?
There are no known side effects associated with KijimeaTM IBS. KijimeaTM IBS does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, flavoring agents, lactose, gluten, or gelatin. It also does not contain any traces of egg, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, soy oder wheat. Like all medical foods, KijimeaTM IBS should be used under medical supervision.
What should I do if I experience an unexpected reaction?
You should always report any unexpected reaction after starting KijimeaTM IBS to your physician so that the symptom may be evaluated in the context of your general health history. You can contact us to report any effects or ask questions.
Is KijimeaTM IBS suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
We have no scientific evidence suggesting that KijimeaTM IBS is not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a physician before use.
Is KijimeaTM IBS suitable for children?
We have no scientific evidence suggesting that KijimeaTM IBS is not suitable for children. Before use, a physician should be consulted to determine if KijimeaTM IBS is appropriate for use in children.
Is KijimeaTM IBS suitable for diabetics?
KijimeaTM IBS contains only 0.01 bread units. We are not aware of any evidence suggesting that KijimeaTM IBS is not suitable for patients with diabetes. For more information, please consult your physician.
Does KijimeaTM IBS contain any lactose?
KijimeaTM IBS does not contain any lactose.
Does KijimeaTM IBS contain any gluten?
KijimeaTM IBS does not contain any gluten.
Does KijimeaTM IBS contain gelatin?
KijimeaTM IBS does not contain any gelatin.
How should I store KijimeaTM IBS?
KijimeaTM IBS should be stored in a dry place and below 77°F.
Is KijimeaTM IBS a drug or a dietary supplement?
KijimeaTM IBS is a medical food for the dietary management of IBS and its symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, flatulence, and bloating. While KijimeaTM IBS does not require a prescription, it should be used under medical supervision.
What is a medical food?
A medical food, as defined in section 5(b) of the Orphan Drug Act (21 U.S.C. 360ee (b) (3)) is “a food which is formulated to be consumed or administered enterally under the supervision of a physician and which is intended for the specific dietary management of a disease or condition for which distinctive nutritional requirements, based on recognized scientific principles, are established by medical evaluation.”
What does “use under medical supervision” mean?
“Use under medical supervision” means that KijimeaTM IBS can only be given to a patient receiving active medical supervision on a recurring basis for the dietary management of IBS and for instructions on the use of the medical food.
Reference: Guglielmetti et al. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2011 May;33(10):1123-32