Clinicians MultiFlora Digest Probiotic. Well-researched probiotic combination to support healthy gut flora, immune response, intestines and bowel. Multiflora digest contains two of the most studied and scientifically researched probiotics in the world. It supports healthy gastrointestinal function, offers immune support and is an ideal everyday probiotic for general health and well being. This is a shelf stable product, ideal for travelling and ease of use. Combines Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12.
Clinicians Multiflora Digest contains two of the most studied and scientifically researched probiotic in the world and when combined, these strains have demonstrated synergistic effects. Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12 can be used for a multitude of gastrointestinal conditions, including diarrhoea, constipation and irritable bowel syndrome. Infectious diarrhoea, travellers diarrhoea and antibiotic associated diarrhoea and diarrhoea of viral aetiology (rotavirus) have all benefited from the probiotic strains in Multiflora.
Multiflora Digest is considered a beneficial adjunct to conventional triple treatment for the eradication of H Pylori. Other applications include atopic eczema in children and infants. It helps prevent eczema and can also reduce the severity of an outbreak. This product is also an ideal supplement to support immune function and can help to reduce the incidence of respiratory infections in children. Multiflora may also be of benefit for those who suffer from pollen allergies.
Studies have shown that Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12 can help improve overall immune function in both the young and the elderly. Research indicates that Clinicians Multiflora Digest may also protect against colon cancer by improving the composition of the bowel flora and favourably altering cancer biomarkers in the gut. This product is ideal for people recovering from illness, those wanting to enhance their immunity. People with poor diets, those who are highly stressed and anyone interested in optimal health. Multiflora may also be used as a probiotic replacement during bowel cleanses and liver detoxification regimes. It can also be recommended to women after anti fungal therapy for thrush, although these women would be better to use the Clinicians Flora Restore. Clinicians Multiflora Digest can be recommended alongside digestive enzyme support. Combining this with Clinicians DigestEase may be recommended to assist with the digestive processes.
- Beneficial bacteria for the digestive system
- Supports digestion to help those with gas, bloating and slow bowel function
- Immune system support and respiratory health
- Support for those who respond to allergens and for skin health
- Take alongside or after antibiotics for gut flora balance
- Shelf stable
Each vegetable capsule contains:
Total probiotic bacteria (at the time of manufacture) No less than 7 billion CFU
Consisting of Lactobacillus rhamnosus LGG - 3.5 billion CFU
Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12 - 3.5 billion CFU
Also contains: Maltodextrin, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide and magnesium stearate. May contain traces of milk products.
No added gluten or wheat, artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours or preservatives.
Adults: Take 1 capsule once or twice daily with food.
Children (3 years and over): Take 1/2 to 1 capsule daily.
For young children, capsules should be opened and the contents mixed with fluid or sprinkled on food. Do not reheat.
If taking antibiotics, take at least 3 hours before or after each dose.
Keep out of reach of Children. Store below 25 C Should be suitable for lactose intolerant individuals. Individuals with severe IgE mediated dairy allergies should avoid taking this product. Consult your health care professional before using with the following treatments and or conditions: radiation therapy, recent oral or gastrointestinal surgery (particularly short bowel loop) and those who are immuno suppressed (e.g. HIV). Under such circumstances, there is increased susceptibility of bacterial translocation and subsequent infections such as liver abscesses, endocarditis and septicaemia.