Immune system

When we talk about natural antiacids, we want to indicate all those substances of natural origin capable of counteracting excessive gastric acidity and the resulting symptoms.
By definition, antiacids are all those substances that – in the true sense of the word – neutralize the acidity of gastric juices.
In many cases, natural antiacids do not perform a true neutralization of acidic fluids, but are endowed with properties capable of normalizing the functioning of the mucous membranes, counteracting or limiting the typical symptoms and consequences of gastric hypersecretion, reducing the basal inflammation that it is the cause of reflux gastritis and other discomfort resulting from excessive secretion of gastric juices.