How It Works
While searching for innovative options for gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD, a scientist from Texas named Joe S. Wilkins discovered the potential of D-limonene as a safe and natural way to address digestive conditions. Wilkins was particularly interested in heartburn and acid reflux.
Wilkins and others explored the potential benefit of d-limonene on heartburn and other digestive conditions, and the results were striking. Even more striking is the large number of users who report beneficial effects from ingesting d-limonene.
D-limonene has been shown to act as a cell rejuvenator. It has an extremely low toxicity to humans and has been rated as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) by the FDA as a food additive and supplement.
D-limonene also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Frequent reflux can cause inflammation along the lining of the esophagus, but the burping that develops after taking Orange Burps appears to coat the delicate lining, thereby helping to protect the esophagus. In addition, antioxidants help prevent cell damage by protecting the body’s cells from the harmful toxins called free radicals. These two properties of d-limonene make Orange Burps especially beneficial for enhanced digestive health.
Orange Burps received its name because of the short period of mild, citrus flavored burps that some users have reported experiencing after taking the pills. Many researchers believe that these pleasant burps are one of the reasons for the success of this citrus oil-based product. It has been suggested that the burping action helps coat the esophagus, which protects it from caustic contents that are regurgitated from the stomach, thereby increasing mucus production and promoting the healing of ulcers.
People who take just 1-2 Orange Burps softgels daily or every other day for 20 days have reported amazing results.*
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Note: Individual results may vary and there are no guarantees you will experience the same results as described on this website. If you are not happy with the product, just contact us via the contact page, email or Facebook and we will refund your first order.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products and information on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.