Clinically proven to help manage Meal-Triggered Indigestion or Functional Dyspepsia (FD) symptoms in as early as 24 hours12 13

#1 Gastroenterologist recommended 

FDgard® helps restore normal digestion, absorption, and motility disrupted by Meal - Triggered Indigestion or Functional Dyspepsia (FD).

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SST® (Site-Specific Targeting)

Specially formulated with SST® technology to deliver a combination of caraway oil and l-Menthol, the primary component of peppermint oil, quickly and reliably to help normalize the digestive and absorptive processes that have been disrupted by FD.

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    Dr. Arai

    “What I like about FDgard® is it’s very safe, very easy to access...It’s very effective, and I find that it works early on.”

    Dr. Shanmugam

    “FDgard® [has] very minimal side effects and is easily accessible over the counter.”


    “One will do anything to feel better, so my husband and I went to CVS/pharmacy and luckily found one remaining box on the shelf, I bought it, took it that afternoon and again the next morning. To my surprise and amazement, I felt great within a short time, and continued feeling wonderful.”

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    12 Chey WD, Lacy BE, Cash BD, Epstein M, et al. A Novel, Duodenal-Release Formulation of a Combination of Caraway Oil and L-Menthol for the Treatment of Functional Dyspepsia: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Clin Transl Gastroenterol. 2019;10(4) (FDRESTTM, Functional Dyspepsia Response Evaluation and Safety Trial)

    13 FDACTTM, Functional Dyspepsia Adherence and Compliance Trial, a peer-reviewed and presented patient-reported outcomes study by Dr. Chey (ACG 2017).