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Re-Flux Ingredients:Ionic Sulfur, Sodium and Calcium. The only other ingredient is Purified Water. Suggested Use for Re-Flux: Adults: 1 teaspoon to 1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) daily. According to Dr. Annette Hasalone-Eve, some people like to take a small amount (approximately 1 teaspoon at a time) off and on throughout the day at the first sign of acid discomfort. For use with children under the age of 14, consult a health care professional. This product may be taken on an occasional basis if desired. Acid reflux (heartburn) is a common irritation of the walls of the esophagus after eating. Acid reflux results when the lower espohageal sphincter does not remain closed when it should be. That allows stomach acid to go into the esophagus, causing a burning sensation. Some health care practitioners believe acid reflux may be caused bing overweight. A large abdomen puts pressure on the stomach, at times forcing food and stomach acid into the esophagus. Overeating and pregnancy also create extra pressure that may trigger acid reflux. Acid reflux may have other causes, too. Whatever the reason, acid reflux always involves stomach acid getting into the esophagus. The walls of the esophagus are not designed to withstand strong acid such as that used for digestion. Severe chronic acid reflux may cause permanent damage if left untreated.