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Posted 13 July 2013 - 01:20 AM

As a disclaimer I just want to make the point that I am not advertising this product and I have never used it nor am I associated with it.


This product is apparently a multi-strain bacteria (4 good bacteria's) that apparently avoids the gastric acid that causes many probiotics to be ineffective. It's a drink which you take 60ml of each morning and one bottle lasts a month. It has fantastic reviews and apparently alleviates all symptoms in IBS sufferers and those with other conditions related to digestion. It is quoted to 'restart the digestive system'.


Has anybody else tried this? I found a lot of news articles after a quick Google search and tons of videos. I really want to give this a try at some point. 

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 01:54 PM

Tried it.

In small quantities and in large quantities.

Did nothing for me whatsoever.

But feel free to try it, it's not too costly to give one bottle a go.

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 11:23 AM

PB-8 vegetarian does the trick for me, and I only take 1/2 the recommended dose because I don't want to overdo it. Plus, it's cheaper than other probiotics I tried. I take it with Nutra Flora FOS powder to enhance its potency.

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