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Multi-Flora ProBiotic £10.99

Having received numerous requests from natural health practitioners, we specially formulated Multi-Flora ProBio ProBiotic & and the superb strength ProBio MAX for nutritionists and colonic hydrotherapists.

With a broad spectrum combination of 8 probiotic strains at high concentration, this formula will support and tackle most digestive and intestinal system disorders with ease.

Each capsule will provide 4 Billion or 20 Billion viable organisms for up to 12 months from the date of manufacture if kept at room temperature. Thereafter, a loss of 1 to 2% per month is expected.


Most probiotics on the market only guarantee the concentration of bacteria 'at time of manufacture'. During acid stability tests at pH 2.0 for 2 hours, the probiotic strains survived very well.

An increase was even noticed in the case of lactobacilli, indicating the bacteria are able to pass through the stomach and reach the colon alive to perform their numerous probiotic actions.

Strength GUARANTEE (independent lab tested)
Resistant to stomach acid

Beneficial for

  • Following colonic hydrotherapy

  • Bad breath

  • Bloated stomach / wind

  • Bad body odour

  • Candida albicans overgrowth

  • Coated tongue

  • Coeliac disease

  • Crohn's and ulcerated colitis

  • Diarrhoea

  • Digestion problems

  • Flatulence - excessive & foul smelling

  • Gall stones

  • Indigestion

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Leaky gut syndrome

  • Reflux


1 to 3 capsules per day or as required. Best results are achieved when it is initially combined with SPOREgone & DIGESTIVEaid for a complete digestive system & 'bowel workout'.

Other information

Excipients: None
Disintegration Time: Within 10 minutes.
Capsule: Size 0 - vegetable cellulose.
Contains NO:
Wheat, Lactose, added Sugar, Artificial Colourings or Yeast.

Suitable for Vegetarians.
Contains 89% human & 11% animal strains.
Dairy free but in accordance with allergen labelling rules, we must state as follows: ‘contains traces of milk at a level which would not affect lactose intolerance sufferers’.

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