What is Dr. King’s Constipation Relief?
Dr. King’s Constipation Relief purports to relieve you of constipation and related problems temporarily. The manufacturer says this product can diminish such symptoms as mucus in stool, hard and dry stool, bloated bowels, stool irregularity and headaches which result from a malfunctioning gastrointestinal tract.
This review will provide facts and analysis of this product to help a potential buyer decide on whether or not to purchase this product.
The product is made from the following active ingredients (according to HPUS , the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States):
- Bellis Perennis
- Collinsonia Canadensis
- Hydrastis Canadensis
- Plumbum metallicum
- Natrum muriaticum
- Lac defloratum
- Nux vomica
Inactive ingredients are:
- Citric acid
- Bio-energetically enhanced pure water
- Potassium sorbate
Hold down the pump until the formula is in the pump. Then holding close to the mouth, spray the contents directly into the mouth, three times daily for adults. For children between 2 and 12 years use only two pumps daily.
At the time of writing Dr. King’s Constipation Relief was retailing for $19.99. We did not come across any discounts, or volume buying promotions.
Possible Side Effects
After thorough research, we did not come across any negative impact resulting from the use of this treatment. However, pregnant and nursing women should consult a physician before using the product. If symptoms worsen or persist, stop using and consult a doctor. There were no customer reviews to determine if any user had complications. Keep the medication out of children’s reach.
The manufacturer is confident that Constipation Relief will satisfy the buyer. As such, the product has a 90-day money-back guarantee from the date of purchase. If the remedy fails to meet your expectations, call the customer care department and they will give you a Return Goods Authorization number. However, total reimbursement is only possible for goods that have quality issues. For products returned for reasons other than quality, the customer is charged a 15% restocking fee.
The Bottom Line
For people seeking regular constipation relief, Dr. King’s remedy looks like it could be worth a try. If it lives up to its billing Dr. King’s will relieve many of the symptoms associated with constipation. In addition the company is GMP certified and offers a decent, if not 100% refund policy. On the other hand, there is a lack of customer reviews. Potential clients usually buy products depending on the success stories from others. Secondly, the manufacturer does not explain what the ingredients used to make the product do. Letting people know how the active ingredients achieve the expected results is an excellent way of teaching them how the product works and instilling confidence. Thirdly, there are no discounts or promotions offered.