So I’ve seen a lot of orders come through the LTYG Shoppe, where people are buying BOTH ColonEaze~Firm and ColonEaze~Move. This is really puzzling to me, or perhaps more people than I realize have spastic colon…?

I also wonder if y’all are confused about which one to use – perhaps I haven’t explained it well enough.

Let me know if this helps:

ColonEaze Firm

If you’re currently having more than 3 bowel movements per day – use ColonEaze~Firm


If you’re having 1-3 bowel movements per day, but your stool is loose or watery – use ColonEaze~Firm


ColonEaze Move

If you’re having less than 1 bowel movement per day – use ColonEaze~Move


If you’re having 1-3 bowel movements per day, but your stool is too hard in texture – use ColonEaze~Move.
But, if that results in too many bowel movements, then switch to ColonEaze~Firm

ColonEaze helps your body to regulate bowel movements and form healthy stool

Both versions (Firm & Move) contain stool bulking and softening agents, which combine to normalize stool texture and frequency.

This means: If you tend towards diarrhea, ColonEaze FIRM will help to absorb the excess liquid and help the stool clump together in a soft, but more formed stool. Absorbing the excess water also helps reduce the frequency/urgency of bowel movements. Over time, this should help your body have less bowel movements, with a normal soft but formed texture.

If you tend towards constipation, ColonEaze MOVE will help retain more water inside your stool; preventing the stool from becoming dried out and hard. Soft, formed stool is much easier to excrete. It also contains gentle herbs to help stimulate and regulate healthy peristalsis (rhythmic contractions of the intestines that move the stool around and out).

For both products, you can adjust dosage and frequency (up or down) until you find the right amount that works best for your body. As with any new product, follow my guidelines to start with a low dosage and gradually build up.

*NOTE: ColonEaze is a dietary supplement comprised of a herb blend, and % DV is based on children 4 & up. We don’t know of any health risks, but you can always check with your healthcare professional for any concerns.

Any questions? Just leave them in the Comments section below… 🙂