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Rigorously Tested 

All of our factories are FDA-audited, ensuring world-class manufacturing processes and healthy sourcing. After leaving our factories, your medicine goes straight to a Valisure laboratory where they are tested for purity, safety (safe from carcinogens and impurities), and gluten (medicines are gluten-free).

Fair Pricing

We will always keep prices fair and honest, especially when you need us the most. Ask us more about our "pay-what-you-can" policy for those in need.

Delivered to Your Door 

Avoid an unwanted trip to the pharmacy. Cabinet delivers directly. Perfect for sending to friends or family who are unwell and need your help.

Better for the Environment

Cabinet has developed the first and only non-plastic packaging in pharmaceuticals to address the 194 billion single-use plastic bottles produced by the industry each year. In addition to sustainability in packaging, we invest in plastic offsetting for any plastic still produced in our supply chain, while also providing carbon neutral shipping for all of our customers.

Apart from the products listed above, you can give these natural upset stomach remedies a try:

1. Applesauce

2. Lemon juice or lemonade

3. Fresh ginger, ginger ale, or ginger tea

4. Peppermint tea

5. Apple cider vinegar

6. Chamomile tea

7. Fennel seeds

8. Aloe Vera

In addition to the above, you can also use heating pads to relieve abdominal pain or stomach cramps.

If your stomach problems persist after trying home remedies and OTC medicines or get worse, consult with your doctor immediately.

The state of your gut can tell you a lot about your overall health. The phrase "you are what you eat" does have some truth, as a healthy digestive tract is a one sign of good health.

Bloating, cramping, stomach pain, indigestion, and heartburn are all classic signs of an upset stomach. Most of the time, poor eating habits or bad food are the culprits. However, sometimes your stomach ache could be a symptom of a more serious underlying medical condition, such as gastritis (inflammation of your stomach lining) or irritable bowel syndrome.

Whatever the case, certain home remedies and over-the-counter options can provide temporary relief. If you’re suffering from indigestion, acid reflux, constipation, bloating, or just have a tummy ache that won’t go away – we’ve got a few solutions.

For multiple stomach problems, try our classic Stomach Relief solution.

We also have a Gas Relief medicine for the bloated lot.

And in case you were wondering – yes, we also have a solution for people who are lactose intolerant.

Stomach Relief

This product provides relief against a number of stomach problems, including nausea, heartburn, diarrhea, and of course, indigestion. With so many use cases, this medicine definitely deserves a spot in your cabinet.

Compares to: The active ingredient in Pepto-Bismol®.

Best for: People who need quick relief from heartburn, diarrhea, and other stomach problems. 

Please refer to Stomach Relief FAQs for more detailed information.

Gas Relief

This medicine is a highly effective OTC solution for bloating and flatulence. This product can provide instant relief without many side effects.

Compares to: The active ingredients found in Gas-X® Extra Strength Softgels.

Best for: Those who need fast, effective relief against bloating and excess gas. 

Please refer to Gas Relief FAQs for more detailed information.

Dairy Relief

Does misery strike after enjoying a milkshake? Our Dairy Relief medicine is the perfect solution for those who want to enjoy dairy but are lactose intolerant.

Compared to: Lactaid® Fast Act.

Best for: Those who are lactose intolerant and need help digesting dairy food and products. 

Please refer to Dairy Relief FAQs for more detailed information.

As mentioned earlier, a healthy and happy gut is a sign of good health.

Here’s how you can maintain it:

1. Continue or adopt a healthy, balanced diet rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and probiotics.

2. Check the quality of your tap water and use RO filters if needed.

3. Try to manage stress with exercise and meditation.

4. Make sure you’re getting enough sleep. A lack of sleep can also lead to digestive problems.

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This Page Has Been Medically Reviewed by Joanna Tam, Lead Pharmacist | PharmD