Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 29, 2008
Axia3 (http://www.Axia3.com), the fast acting, all natural treatment for heartburn, is now conveniently available nationwide at all GNC stores as well as Drugstore.com, numerous Whole Foods locations throughout Southern California and other select retailers. The brand, which is a proud member of the Natural Products Association, comes in a colorful package with 30 individual packets. Both GNC and Whole Foods sell individual packets for $.99.
"Axia3 is the direct result of public demand for an over-the-counter remedy for heartburn that contains no artificial ingredients or harmful side effects. Working alongside top medical personnel, and respecting the wishes of consumers who suffer acute indigestion and acid reflux, we devised a product that is both safe and affordable. This patented formula is the only treatment that satisfies these specific requests and achieves genuine results," said Ryan Doheny, Cofounder of Axia3. "All of our products are also proudly manufactured in the United States in an FDA-approved facility. Quality control standards are at the heart of our success and part of our commitment to patient safety."
The Heartburn Epidemic: A National Cry for Treatment
Over 100 million Americans experience some form of heartburn, with 25 million individuals suffering severe problems daily. Medications for heartburn, most of which include controversial ingredients, now constitute $13.68 billion in total U.S. branded and generic prescription sales. "I created Axia3 because of my own lifelong battles with heartburn and the concomitant expense of, ineffectively, addressing this challenge. There was never an all natural remedy that met my specific needs or enjoyed credibility among noteworthy physicians. Axia3 meets and exceeds these standards," stated Doheny.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Axia3 is an all natural, kosher-certified treatment for chronic heartburn. The brand is an economical and medically popular solution for people who suffer some form of indigestion or stomach upset.