GI Renew #2 - Mild (90 Capsules) (Formerly Stomach and Bowel 2) - Dr Morse's Cellular Botanicals


  • Cascara Sagrada Bark
  • Slippery Elm Bark
  • Gentian Root
  • Wild Yam Root
  • Plantain Leaf
  • Fennel Seed
  • White Oak Bark
  • Cape Aloe Leaf
  • Ginger Root

    All Herbs in our Formulas are Organic, Wildcrafted, or Consciously Cultivated  

      Choose the Correct GI Renew Formula Based on Your Current Bowel Movement Frequency

      • GI Renew #0 is for excessive movements and diarrhea-type stools.
      • GI Renew #1 is for loose stools and those who have 3 or more movements a day.
      • GI Renew #2 is for one bowel movement a day, or someone who misses a day once in awhile.
      • GI Renew #3 is for someone whose bowels move every other day to every 3rd day.
      • GI Renew #4 is for someone whose bowels move every third day or so.
      • GI Renew #5 is for someone whose bowels are not moving much at all and needs a big boost to get going.

      Inflammation (gastritis, enteritis and colitis), ulceration, degeneration and cancer of the GI tract, constipation, chronic diarrhea, acid dyspepsia, acid reflux, mucoid plaque build-up, prolapsus, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), diverticulitis (detoxification is a must), polyps (internal and external), Crohns disease.


      – 1 to 6 capsules, 2 times per day.
      – (3 caps in A.M. & 3 caps in P.M. is preferred).



      This bowel formula is a bowel regenerator and anti-inflammatory, not a laxative. The goal is to keep herbs working in the gastro-intestinal tract, cleaning and rebuilding.


      Take as many as you need to move your bowels (do not exceed 10 at a time)


      None known.  However, avoid during early pregnancy.


      Expiration Date:  Powders and loose teas should be refrigerated after opening for longest freshness and potency.  Tinctures and capsules do not need to be refrigerated but should be stored in a cool, dark location (out of direct light).  This will ensure longest freshness and potency.  Date reflected on the bottom of the bottle is the standard “expiration” date.  If stored properly these products will last far beyond the recommended expiration date.

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