A MIXTURE OF VEGETABLE EXTRACTS (CHAMOMILLE, PASSIONFLOWER, CARAWAY, FENNEL), AND ENZYMES (BETA-GALACTOSIDASE) FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (ibs): AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ("BIOVES")

Vincenzo Davide Palumbo, Giovanni Tomasello, Emanuele Sinagra, Francesco Carini, Emanuele Sinagra, Monica Pellerone, Benedetto Di Trapani, Margherita Mazzola, Andrea Busalacchi, Simone Tomasini, Gianluca Bonetti, Giuseppina Di Gaetano, Salvatore Sardo, Paolo Pirrotta, Bartolo De Luca, Simona Cusimano, Claudia Corallo, Antonio Ciulla, Giulia Tomasello, Vincenzo Davide PalumboAntonio Ciulla, Benedetto Di Trapani, Provvidenza Damiani, Simone Tomasini

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Summary. Aims: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional intestinal disorder. This syndrome may creates psychological disorders in patients who are affected and severely limits daily activities and lifestyle. Methods: We investigated the effect of the natural product consisting of chamomile, fennel, caraway, passionflower and melissa (Spasmicol®), on IBS patients. For the study, 187 patients with IBS, enrolled by primary care doctors, were treated with Spasmicol® (Aristeia Farmaceutici s.r.l.), two tablets/daily, for 30 days. At the end of the study, patients were re-evaluated to analyse the effects of therapy. Results: After 30 days, patients showed a marked reduction of symptoms (abdominal pain, abdominal distention, stool habit changes). Conclusions: Due to to the combination of chamomile, fennel, caraway, melissa, passionflower and beta-galactosidase, the product Spasmicol® turned out to be remarkedly effective in treating IBS symptoms.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)526-531
Numero di pagine6
RivistaProgress in Nutrition
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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A MIXTURE OF VEGETABLE EXTRACTS (CHAMOMILLE, PASSIONFLOWER, CARAWAY, FENNEL), AND ENZYMES (BETA-GALACTOSIDASE) FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (ibs): AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ("BIOVES"). / Palumbo, Vincenzo Davide; Tomasello, Giovanni; Sinagra, Emanuele; Carini, Francesco; Sinagra, Emanuele; Pellerone, Monica; Di Trapani, Benedetto; Mazzola, Margherita; Busalacchi, Andrea; Tomasini, Simone; Bonetti, Gianluca; Di Gaetano, Giuseppina; Sardo, Salvatore; Pirrotta, Paolo; De Luca, Bartolo; Cusimano, Simona; Corallo, Claudia; Ciulla, Antonio; Tomasello, Giulia; Palumbo, Vincenzo Davide; Ciulla, Antonio; Di Trapani, Benedetto; Damiani, Provvidenza; Tomasini, Simone.

In: Progress in Nutrition, 2018, pag. 526-531.

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Palumbo, VD, Tomasello, G, Sinagra, E, Carini, F, Sinagra, E, Pellerone, M, Di Trapani, B, Mazzola, M, Busalacchi, A, Tomasini, S, Bonetti, G, Di Gaetano, G, Sardo, S, Pirrotta, P, De Luca, B, Cusimano, S, Corallo, C, Ciulla, A, Tomasello, G, Palumbo, VD, Ciulla, A, Di Trapani, B, Damiani, P & Tomasini, S 2018, 'A MIXTURE OF VEGETABLE EXTRACTS (CHAMOMILLE, PASSIONFLOWER, CARAWAY, FENNEL), AND ENZYMES (BETA-GALACTOSIDASE) FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (ibs): AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ("BIOVES")', Progress in Nutrition, pagg. 526-531.
Palumbo, Vincenzo Davide ; Tomasello, Giovanni ; Sinagra, Emanuele ; Carini, Francesco ; Sinagra, Emanuele ; Pellerone, Monica ; Di Trapani, Benedetto ; Mazzola, Margherita ; Busalacchi, Andrea ; Tomasini, Simone ; Bonetti, Gianluca ; Di Gaetano, Giuseppina ; Sardo, Salvatore ; Pirrotta, Paolo ; De Luca, Bartolo ; Cusimano, Simona ; Corallo, Claudia ; Ciulla, Antonio ; Tomasello, Giulia ; Palumbo, Vincenzo Davide ; Ciulla, Antonio ; Di Trapani, Benedetto ; Damiani, Provvidenza ; Tomasini, Simone. / A MIXTURE OF VEGETABLE EXTRACTS (CHAMOMILLE, PASSIONFLOWER, CARAWAY, FENNEL), AND ENZYMES (BETA-GALACTOSIDASE) FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (ibs): AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ("BIOVES"). In: Progress in Nutrition. 2018 ; pagg. 526-531.
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