I can see a couple of possibilities. One is that many bowel cleanses use harsh stimulant laxatives such as senna, cascara sagrada, rhubarb root or cape aloe (Aloe ferox) concentrates. So you may want to see if any of these are in the product..
Psyllium is well known for causing gas and bloating, and it is very hard on the intestines. Especially if there are inflammatory conditions such as diverticulitis, Crohn's or ulcerative colitis.
And ginger is great for protein digestive enzymes, but it is also an antacid. Neutralizing the stomach acid can contribute to acid reflux.
Here is a write up I did on GERD/acid reflux:
I'd say that the tenderness and wind problem came about in the second week After bowel and parasite cleanse when i had returned to my usual healthier but heavier diet?
Thats why i thought the increasing wind and tenderness and bloating was not connected to the bowel programme itself.
Instead a possible symptom to a food allergy or inflammed irritable gut that the turmeric which is taken in high doses during the programme and an aniflammatory had been masking all the while. Without the turmeric i thought perhaps something else was being revealed..
Except allergies or inflammation do not produce gas. The gas is produced by fermentation. This indicates low stomach acid or intestinal flora levels.
Thanks for the link..all info helps..only discovered yesterday that a side effect of over dosing ginger causes the same symptoms tenderness, gas heart burn..!!
Yes, that is because it is an antacid.