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What kind of name is "Magic Bullet" for a laxative suppository? We'll tell you what kind of name it is -- it's a great name.
Magic Bullet Suppositories are magical for at least 3 reasons:
1. Fast acting
Just one suppository stimulates a bowel movement in as little as 1/2 the time as other competing products.
2. Better evacuations
Many users of the Magic Bullet report better, more complete evacuations accomplished in shorter periods of time.
These suppositories cost as little as 25% the cost of other laxative products. Their manufacturer specifically designed them to help people save money on their bowel programs.
The Magic Bullet Laxative Suppository contains 10mg of bisacodyl per suppository. Bisacodyl gently stimulates the walls of the bowel to begin peristalsis, the rhythmic motion of the bowel that causes a bowel movement.
Magic Bullet Suppositories work so quickly because they use a different medium to deliver the bisacodyl than most suppositories. Most suppositories use an oil-based medium, such as hydrogenated vegetable oil. With oil-based suppositories, the user must first wait for the oily medium to melt before the rectal wall can absorb the active ingredients.
The bisacodyl in Magic Bullets uses a unique, water soluble medium for fast activation. This water soluble medium (polyethel glycol) helps the bisacodyl absorb much more quickly. The Magic Bullet produces a bowel movement in as little as 5 minutes for some users, however, activation time can vary from person to person.
You can compare the low cost of the Magic Bullet to other products and see the difference for yourself. Compare them to Dulcolax and mini enema products.
Another reason why Magic Bullet Suppositories work better than other laxative products is because the bisacodyl in Magic Bullets stimulates the body's natural bowel movement process.
Some other products either just relax the bowel (as opposed to stimulating it) and hope to produce a movement, or their active ingredients create gas inside the colon that attempts to force a bowel movement. These methods produce less effective results than directly stimulating the bowel with bisacodyl.
Concepts in Confidence, their manufacturer, individually wraps each Magic Bullet in tough packaging. The sturdy packaging protects the shape of the suppository and increases the shelf life of the product.
Get the Magic Bullet Suppository today, and discover the confidence that others have found in a laxative product that you can count on to produce . . . results.
Features and Benefits
- Fast-acting, water soluble formula
- Better, more complete evacuations
- Comparatively inexpensive
- Individually wrapped in tough packaging
- 10mg Bisacodyl per suppository
- Polyethel glycol base (water soluble)
- Individually wrapped
- Stores at 76° F or below (do not freeze)
- Shelf life is approx. 6 months (see exp. date on box)
- Item number: CCMB100
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsWhat's the expiration date?Question by: seren sarman on Oct 17, 2016 2:28:36 AMExpiration dates are typically shipped with an expiration date as far out from the calendar order date as possible. Shelf life of the magic bullets is between 6-12 months.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 27, 2016 4:44:00 PMWhat's the expiration date of Magic Bullet Suppository by Concepts In ConfidenceQuestion by: seren on Oct 20, 2016 1:12:08 AMThe manufacturer states the expiration/shelf life is approximately 6 months.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jan 9, 2017 4:02:00 PMIs there anything in this suppository that causes an allergic reaction?Question by: Mildred on Oct 16, 2017 10:39:00 AMWe do not have that information readily available. It's best to contact the manufacturer for specific information.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Feb 12, 2018 4:02:00 PMThe last several Magic Bullet Suppositories Box of 100 always have a VERY SHORT shelf life / Expiration Date. Usually 3 months or less? I've used these for years and it seems the boxes I get lately are near expiration. Is there a reason for that.... Like are these "factory" seconds or ??? I use these several times a week so the larger box is more economical for my limited income. Would like to know whyQuestion by: B Smith on Jan 15, 2016 8:03:27 PMUnder the right conditions the product can last up to a year; however, the manufacturer states that the shelf life is approximately 6 months.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 11, 2016 2:35:00 PM
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