Sunday, June 13, 2010

Say Goodbye to Gas, Pressure and Bloating – CharcoCaps Review and Giveaway (Ended)

Did you know that the average person “passes gas” around 14 times each and every day? Summer is here and the weekend barbecues have already begun. Some of the highest gas-producing foods such as baked beans, lentils, fried foods, fatty foods, green peppers, corn will be on the buffet. Instead of turning down your favorite foods, beat the pressure, bloating and gas by taking a natural, anti-gas capsule known as CharcoCaps.

CHARCOCAPSCharcoCaps are a Homeopathic Anti-gas formula designed to help provide gas relief, while easing symptoms of discomfort, pressure and bloating.

I love the ease and convenience of CharcoCaps. They are available over the counter, so there is no need to pay expensive co-pays to see a doctor. CharcoCaps provide fast, natural relief of intestinal gas pain, pressure, cramping and bloating. Without totally grossing you out, I will say that last week my husband was especially gassy. He was complaining of cramps so I gave him two CharcoCaps. Within just several minutes, his cramps were gone and he was no longer running me out of the room. This is definitely a great product that I keep in my purse to avoid those embarrassing moments.

Active Ingredients

The active ingredients in CharcoCaps Homeopathic AntiGas Formula include carbo vegetablis for abdominal stress and intestinal gas; lycopodium clavatum for abdominal pain, bloated abdomen and trapped gas; cinchora officinalis for stomach cramps, bloated abdomen and flatulence

Cost

$6.99 for a thirty-six count package (includes three blister packs, each containing twelve easy to swallow capsules).

Where to Buy

Available in mass market retailers, drug stores and supermarkets nationwide.

GIVEAWAY

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One lucky review retreat reader will win CharcoCap for instant comfort and relief!

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Visit CharcoCaps and name one high-gas producing food not mentioned in my review.

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Details:
Giveaway begins on June 13, 2010 and ends on June 22, 2010 at 11:59 cst. Winner will be chosen using Random.org. Giveaway open to US Only. Click
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*Disclaimer: A sample of CharcoCaps was provided to me in exchange  for my honest review. The opinions and thoughts expressed are my own. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review or host a giveaway.

32 comments:

  1. Cooked pastas with white sauces!

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  3. Ice cream always gets me. The one food I really like. Maybe, I could eat it now.
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  4. I am a email subscriber.
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  5. I am a email subscriber.2
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  6. I am a gfc follower.
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  7. Icecream is a gassy food.

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  8. Google friend connect

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  10. Email subscriber #1

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  13. Low gas food is Peanut Butter #1

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  14. Low gas food is Peanut Butter #2

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  15. Broccoli

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  16. gfc follower

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  17. white rice

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  18. white rice

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  19. email suscriber

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  21. low gas...smooth peanut butter, yea!

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  22. Ice cream is a high gas-producing food
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  23. follow you publicly via GFC
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  24. follow you on twitter @skgaff
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  25. angel food cake is a low gas-producing food #1
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  26. low-fat yogurt is a low gas-producing food #2
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  30. tweet: http://twitter.com/skgaff/status/16900627396
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