Naturally gentle help with digestive problems
Areas of application: The areas of application of Bellilin ® are derived from the homeopathic drug pictures . This includes: flatulence (meteorism).
Note: Contains lactose and wheat starch. Note leaflet!
Composition: In 1 tablet are processed:
Active ingredients: Carbo vegetabilis Trit. D3 25 mg, Asa foetida Trit. D3 25 mg, Lycopodium Trit. D5 25 mg, Nux vomica Trit. D5 25 mg
excipients: lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate (Ph.Eur.), Wheat starch.
Bellilin is a homeopathic medicine used to treat indigestion with flatulence, constipation, colic-like pain and three-month colic. With the well-balanced combination of four homeopathic ingredients, Bellilin regulates the sensitive digestive systems of infants, toddlers and adults in a naturally gentle way:
- reduces gas-related fullness and a bloated stomach
- reduces increased belching and the discharge of intestinal gases
- normalizes bowel activity
Bellilin tablets are homeopathically effective and gently tolerated and can be taken by children from birth. The application helps the child's body to rest, which makes falling asleep and staying asleep easier.
Contains lactose and wheat starch. Note leaflet!
For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
How to reduce flatulence
- eat smaller meals, more often.
- drink or chew food slowly.
- exercise regularly to improve how your body digests food.
- drink peppermint tea.
What causes flatulence?
Excessive flatulence can be caused by swallowing more air than usual or eating food that's difficult to digest. It can also be related to an underlying health problem affecting the digestive system, such as recurring indigestion or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Read more about the causes of flatulence.
Can stress cause flatulence?
Stress. Some people experience symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome — which includes excessive farting — when stressed. Some people may also engage in habits that cause excessive farting when they're stressed, such as smoking, chewing gum, eating sweets or drinking alcohol.
How to stop flatulence
- Eat more slowly and mindfully. ...
- Don't chew gum. ...
- Cut back on gas-producing foods. ...
- Check for food intolerances with an elimination diet. ...
- Avoid soda, beer, and other carbonated beverages. ...
- Try enzyme supplements. ...
- Try probiotics.
What foods give you flatulence?
- dairy products – such as milk, if lactose intolerance is present.
- dried fruit – raisins and prunes.
- fruit – apple, apricot, peach and pear.
- foods high in insoluble fibre – particularly seeds and husks.
- legumes – beans, peas, chickpeas, soybeans and nuts.