• Soothe the mucosal lining of the stomach
  • Eliminate bloating
  • Provide enzymes to improves digestion
  • Eliminate gas and heartburn


What is H-Flux?

Heartburn is the term used to describe a burning sensation and pain in the stomach and/or the chest. It may be accompanied by bloating, gas, nausea, shortness of breath, and/or an acidic, sour taste in the throat. Most people suffer from heartburn at some point in their life. It often occurs when hydrochloric acid, which is used by the stomach to digest food, backs up into the esophagus (the tube between the throat and stomach), causing sensitive tissues to become irritated.

Normally, the esophageal sphincter (the throat muscle) pinches itself shut and prevents stomach acid from surging upward. However, if the sphincter is not functioning correctly, the acid can slip past it and into the esophagus. This is known as gastroesophageal reflux. Conditions that affect the esophagus and cause a reflux of stomach acids into the esophagus are now referred to as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) rather than dyspepsia, chronic heartburn, or acid indigestion. GERD can strike anyone, at any age. GERD can scar the esophagus, and if stomach acid makes its way into the lungs, it can cause asthma-like symptoms. GERD can also lead to a condition called Barrett’s Esophagus Disease, which is characterized by the transformation of the lining of the esophagus to become more like the lining of the small intestine rather than the esophagus, which may induce cancer.

Indigestion (also called dyspepsia) is not a disease but rather an acute digestive disorder of the upper abdomen or the intestines. Symptoms of indigestion can include abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, inflammation, bloating, burning sensations after eating, chronic bowel irritation, chronic fatigue, and flatulence. Studies have suggested that the root cause of indigestion is temporal low hydrochloric acid, which is the main component of gastric acid produced by the intestinal glands, and is essential for breaking down and digesting solid foods. Insufficient amounts of hydrochloric acid will lead to indigestion.

What’s In H-Flux?

Suggested Use

Barberry Bark


Vegetable Glycerine


Distilled Water

Squeeze 0.75 ml (marked on vial) of liquid under the tongue and hold at least 5 minutes before swallowing 2-3 times per day.

2oz. Bottle


Serving Size: 0.75 ml
Serving Per Container: 80

Amount Per Serving %DV
Proprietary Blend 133 mg *
*Daily Value (DV) not established

4oz. Bottle


Serving Size: 0.75 ml
Serving Per Container: 160

Amount Per Serving %DV
Proprietary Blend 133 mg *
*Daily Value (DV) not established

Additional information


2oz., 4oz.


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