God is so good. Not only does He provide, but He usually makes things available to us simply and at a minimal cost. In this case, all you need to do is open your medicine cabinet. Who doesn’t already have Pepto Bismol on hand?
Remember folks, the active ingredient here is Bismuth Subsalicylate, which other diarrhea meds like Maalox and Mylanta do not contain. What you want here is Ol’ Pink, either the brand name version, Pepto Bismol, or a generic equivalent. And either liquid or tablets are fine. Just as long as it contains Bismuth Subsalicylate.
Share aggressively, and stock up on Pepto, lest the Malthusian Murderers ban it. Their poisonous injections and toxic drugs (i.e. Paxlovid) must be defended from all competition! And as we move into respiratory virus season, add Pepto Bismol to your list of totally safe things to take if you get a chest bug whether you have gut issues or not, because… why not? It CANNOT hurt… unlike every other poison being pushed by BigPharma and the human population reduction criminals.
As always, I… WE hope this helps!