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Florax DS Diarrhea Relief!


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Florax DS Diarrhea Relief

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Florax DS is a safe & natural product that is ideal for providing relief of occasional diarrhea, cramping, bloating & gas. The Science

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Many products on the market treat occasional diarrhea through the use of chemically developed active ingredients. Occasional diarrhea is caused by many things. Common causes of occasional diarrhea are viruses or anitbiotic treatments that destroy bad and, unfortunately, good bacteria in the body.

Florax DS is a safe and natural product that is ideal for the treatment of occasional diarrhea and recommended for continued use to support overall digestive health.

Florax DS has been proven to provide relief of occasional diarrhea within 4 hours. Florax DS is the only probiotic on the market that delivers live probiotic cultures in an exclusively developed liquid suspension to the intestines in an active state. The active ingredient is a probiotic yeast, commonly known as Brewers’ Yeast. Brewers’ Yeast has a long history of safe use and has been researched and studied for use as a probiotic.

The active ingredient in Florax DS is not harmed by antibiotics and helps to naturally support digestive health and keep your intestinal flora in balance.

Comes in natural and raspberry flavors!  Simply Shake it & Take it!

Florax DS vs. The Competition

  Product Characteristics Florax DS* Diarrhea Relief Other Anti-Diarrhea Products
Unique Probiotic Advantage Liquid delivery system Yes In some cases
Probiotic relief of occasional diarrhea, bloating and gas Yes No
Supports balance of intestinal flora Yes No
Immune and Digestive Response Provides relief in under 4 hours Yes In some cases
Helps to naturally support the immune system Yes No
Highly effective Yes In some cases
Safety and Efficacy 12 hour dosing Yes In some cases
Non-chemical Yes No
Use during antibiotic treatments Yes Yes