THE ROLE OF FLORAMAX 1. Helps to maintain and restore the delicate balance of both "good" and "bad" bacteria 2. Detoxifies and creats a healthy colon 3. Encourages healthy digestion and maximum nutrient-absorption 4. Makes the immune system super strong 5. Helps to normalize cholesterol 6. Helps to relieve constipation by improving intestinal mobility 7. Helps to lessen the effects of lactose intolerance 8. Helps in the manufacture of B vitamins 9. Helping with urinary tract infections
UNIQUENESS OF FLORAMAX 1. Withstand strong acids (pH 1 to 2) for extended periods of time 2. Multiple strain friendly bacteria - 17 strains 3. High potency (15 billion CFU/cap) 4. Stability proven 5. Synbiotic (Prebiotic + Probiotic) - more effective way to improve the health of digestive system
WHY FloraMax? 1. 15 Billions CFU/ cap with multiple strains of probiotic Different strains of probiotic found in FloraMax have different potential benefits towards the intestinal tract. 2. Probiotics + Prebiotics = More Effective!! Combination of probiotics and prebiotics provide synergistic and effective therapies.
Floramax is ideal for everyone to maintain normal microflora, especially for individuals with the following conditions: 1. Digestive disorders 2. Colon cleansing 3. High cholesterol 4. Peptic ulcer 5. Diarrhea 6. Immune dysfunction 7. Yeast infection 8. Antibiotic therapy 9. Allergies 10. Lactose intolerance
Dosage For maintenance - Take 1 - 2 capsules daily before meal. For constipation or have any symptoms of unhealthy digestive system - Take 2 capsules twice daily before meal.
Manufactured by: APN Labs Inc., USA
Contraindications & Cautions: None
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