The company Shaman pharmaceuticals, carried out FDA phases I, II and III for a cure to stop diarrhea in AIDS. Shaman successfully completed phases I and II. Phase III was completed with a score considered successful most of the time. However, the FDA asked for more follow up and Shaman could no longer continue financially with Phase III. Shaman decided to abandon continued phase III trials. They decided to make their AIDS product into a food supplement and sell it for all cases of diarrhea, not just for AIDS patients. This food supplement can now be purchased on the Internet or at Medicine Shoppe Stores. You can get the information for purchasing Shamans diarrhea product, called SB-Normal Stool Formula, by going to the AIDS section of this web site and reading the article called Shaman.
SB-Normal Stool Formula is a natural product made
from the bark of trees grown n the Amazon forest. Doctor Bob is mentioned on this web site many times.
He recommended this product for cystic fibrosis, chronic diarrhea cases,
and children with diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive
problems. The FDA testing seemed to
indicate that Shaman's diarrhea product does not result in constipation.
To get more information please check out the section on AIDS.
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companies produce poor quality.” You
can consider the product page of this web site. Almost all the products
met Dr. Bob’s approval. Since he
passed away we have attempted to keep the same high standards.
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