Para Biotic Plus is a comprehensive blend of essential oils and standardized herbal extracts designed to promote healthy intestinal and immune system function.
ParaBiotic Plus is a non-prescription herbal alternative. The ingredients in ParaBiotic Plus have been proven over decades of clinical use and shown effective in clinical trials. Many nutritionally oriented physicians find that specific botanicals are highly effective.
It is for use in adolescents over age 12, and adults. Children under the age of 12 should not use this formula. Pregnant mothers and nursing mothers should not use this formula.
For more info on Para Biotic Plus please consult with our Nutritionist (see Contact Us) or your health practitioner.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules two times per day or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Precautions: Parabiotic Plus is not intended for use by children under the age of 12.
Keep your licensed healthcare practitioner informed when using this
product, especially if nursing. Do not use if you are pregnant. Not for use by men attempting to conceive. Not recommended for excessive or long-term use.
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