|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
PHOENIX, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Relief OTC™, a new, fast-acting liquid antacid, has a question for millions of heartburn sufferers nationwide: Isn't it time to upgrade your medicine cabinet and demand a better option for heartburn relief?
That's just what the new product is setting out to do.
Forgoing the chalky flavor and gritty texture of most antacids, Relief OTC™ is a great-tasting drink that begins to work instantly by neutralizing stomach acid at the source of pain.
The product hit the shelves of CVS and Walgreens, along with other food and drug stores nationwide in late May, in hopes of taking the crowded heartburn remedy category by storm.
"We have created something different for people who have all but given up in finding fast relief," said Doug daCosta, executive chairman of Tummy Company Inc., creator of Relief OTC™. A longtime heartburn sufferer, daCosta created the product to fill an unmet demand in the market for fast-acting, drinkable heartburn relief with no known side effects.
An estimated 100 million Americans experience heartburn several times a month, according to the American Gastroenterological Association.
Relief OTC™ comes in 4-oz and larger 12-oz bottles. In addition to food and drug stores, the product can be found on Amazon and drugstore.com. For more information, visit www.reliefotc.com.
About Relief OTC
Relief OTC™ portable liquid products provide fast-acting, safe and effective, revolutionary solutions to treat digestive issues for on-the-go individuals. Relief OTC was developed by Tummy Company, Inc. in Phoenix, AZ. Follow Relief OTC @twitter.com/ReliefOTC and www.facebook.com/reliefotc.
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