An informal study performed on a cross-section of subjects showed dicon to have provided remarkable relief for all forms of stomach ailments such as constipation, diarrhea, gas and bloating. Based on these initial studies, it was decided to perform a double blind, placebo controlled clinical study to ascertain and document the efficiency and benefits of dicon.

The clinical trial was administered by Dr. Warren Z Jacobsohn, MD, Director of Institute of Gastroenterology (Ret.) in Jerusalem’s Shaarei Zedek Hospital. Dr. Jacobsohn was selected for his expertise in the field of gastroenterology and in particular for his experience with myriad patients with general stomach ailments. The stastics were compiled and reviewed by Mario Baraz, leading statistician for Haddasah Ein Keren Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel. The findings showed statistically significant improvement in subjects suffering from constipation with trends for patients exhibiting symptoms of diarrhea.

These findings showed that dicon is effective in successfully treating both common constipation and diarrhea related discomforts.

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