Brantley Living Herbal Formulas The Eliminator Reviews
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Thinking I needed to do something about the less-than-ideal functioning of my elimination system, I ordered **Brantley Living Herbal Formulas - The Eliminator**. It's tagline says "Smooth and Easy" so I thought it might be a good match for me, as I tend to be very sensitive to such cleansing products.
It comes in a box of 15 individual packets, with 2 capsules in each packet. Directions indicate to start as low as a half packet and work up to 1 to 2 packets per day until desired results are obtained. I began with half a packet (1 capsule) once a day at bedtime, then a few days later increased to one packet. After a few days I convinced my husband to also try it, as I thought I was seeing some slow but decent results. I was a little displeased with the suddenness of the urge in the morning, but assumed it would ease up within a few days. After a few days of this, what had been sudden mild cramping followed by immediate elimination turned into intense cramping for at least an hour prior to elimination, plus 2 or 3 more eliminations over the next couple of hours, and each getting closer to diarrhea. So I stopped for a couple of days, then went back to just one capsule. After the second dose, same trouble as before. I stopped again for a few days, then tried one capsule every other day. Same trouble. But by now, I was also experiencing increased nausea at night, even waking me in the middle of the night and keeping me awake as I wished I could just vomit and get it over with. I very soon discontinued it altogether. My husband didn't have the nausea issue, but he did have the sudden urgency. And his son had the nausea issue.
**Brantley Living Herbal Formulas - The Eliminator** may be a good product for some, but if you are sensitive, I would suggest proceeding with caution or maybe better yet, finding a different product.
Oh - the packaging really bothered me, too. Why waste all that individual packaging on 2 identical pills? Wouldn't it make more sense to put all the capsules into a bottle, or at least offer the bottle as an option rather than put all those packet wrappers into our landfills?