Wheat Dextrin

Last Update April 16, 2016
Wheat Dextrin is a laxative.
Uses: Our data suggest that Wheat Dextrin is taken for IBS, although it is not approved for this condition. In addition, it is approved for Constipation. Read More
Other brands: Benefiber
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Positive 9 "My pet parrot experiences some serious constipation with the use of Kratom, my parrot reports that he feels like he is pushing out rocks and that the stools look like deer feces. Anyone else's... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 5 "You can do the GF diet one of two ways: one includes lots of rice and corn, both of which are heavily refined and lead to C. The other way to do it is much healthier, but not IBS friendly: lots of... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Wheat Dextrin

What does Wheat Dextrin treat?
Alcohol warning on Wheat Dextrin
There may be a negative interaction between Wheat Dextrin and alcohol.
How do I obtain Wheat Dextrin?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Wheat Dextrin?
Pill
What dosages are available?
Powder: 3 gram/3.5 gram, 3 gram/3.8 gram, 3 gram/4 gram
Tablet: 1 gram
Ingredients
Wheat Dextrin
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