Microgard is a natural herbal supplement designed to alleviate chronic stomach problems and restore digestive balance. It is inspired by Chinese herbal formulas like Bao He Wan and Po Chai Pills.
Not Another Probiotic
Who is Microgard For?
Microgard is ideal for individuals who:
Microgard is particularly beneficial for those experiencing hot fluid retention in the middle gastrointestinal area, which can manifest as:
How Does it Work?
It contains ingredients known for their anti-inflammatory properties, which work together to repair and soothe inflamed tissues in the digestive tract.
Supports a balanced microbiome, supporting beneficial bacteria while eliminating harmful ones. It’s also effective in clearing biofilms, where harmful bacteria often hide, and draining dampness by promoting the elimination of excess moisture.
Aids in restoring crucial digestive functions like stomach secretions and intestinal motility, ensuring longer-lasting relief and a more effective digestive system.
What is in it?
Microgard brings together the world’s finest herbs. Each herb in the formula supports and enhances the others, providing a comprehensive approach to digestive health.
Cortex Magnoliae officinalis is a traditional Chinese herb, belonging to “prokinetic agent” of Chinese herbs. Prokinetic type of small peptide drug which enhances gastrointestinal motility
Magnolol and Honokiol are the main pharmacodynamic components of Magnolia officinalis, and have been shown to affect the digestive system positively. They have been found to improve gastrointestinal motility and alleviate abdominal pain, abdominal distension, and other symptoms
Frequently Asked Questions
For your dosage of Microgard, start with ten pellets three times a day. To measure, fill the cap with a single layer of pellets – that's roughly 10. The recommended range is between 5 to 25 pellets per dose. If you're sensitive or new to Microgard, begin with 5 pellets and gradually increase to a larger dose as needed.
Microgard, made with natural ingredients, may initially cause increased burping and changes in bowel movements. These effects typically last for one to two weeks and then stabilize as your gut adjusts. If you experience concerns, either reduce the dosage or temporarily stop taking Microgard.
Individual experiences may vary. Most people notice improvements in digestion within one to two weeks. For the best results, consistent use for three months is recommended.
Microgard is designed for adults. Consult a pediatrician before considering it for children, as each case is unique and may require adjusted dosages. Most often, a decreased dose of 1-5 pellets is safe and effective with healthy children.
If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it's close to your next dose, skip the missed one and continue with your regular schedule. Avoid doubling up.
A temporary increase in symptoms can occur as your microbiome adjusts. In such cases, reduce the dosage or pause until you feel better and restart at a smaller dose if necessary.
Microgard aims to balance gut bacteria by controlling bad bacteria and increasing good bacteria. It enhances digestive juices and intestinal motility, aiding in the repair and growth of beneficial bacteria.
While primarily for gut health, Microgard may indirectly contribute to fat loss when combined with a balanced diet and exercise.
The bottle contains 18 grams of herbs. When weighed, it measures approximately 19 grams. The pills are very tiny, BB gun pellet-sized. There are approximately 60 pills per 1 gram. Using conservative numbers, you get approximately 1,000 pills in a bottle. The most common dosage is 10 pills 3 times a day, which would provide enough herbs for one month. This has been my experience as well.
Holistic approach to digestive health
About the Author
Willard Sheppy is a writer and healthcare practitioner who seamlessly melds scientific knowledge with practical applications in engaging and authoritative articles. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Oregon State University and a Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the distinguished Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.
In his work, Willard skillfully combines his extensive educational background in scientific research with his practical experience as a healthcare practitioner. Willard balances his life with martial arts and cherished family adventures. As a father of three, he often leads his family on camping and hiking trips along the breathtaking Oregon coast.