Blis K12 Throat Guard Boost Vanilla 12 Lozenges
Style number: 2064855
BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost Vanilla 12 Lozenges
BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost supports the defensive mechanism of the throat to fight undesirable bacteria.
How Does BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost Help You
BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost shields you from infections from those around you with throat conditions. It contains streptococcus salivarius K, which is a beneficial bacteria that occurs naturally in your body while you are an infant. This bacteria supports the natural defenses of the throat against bad bacteria.
Importance of Streptococcus Salivarius K12
Streptococcus Salivarius K12 has been proved to be effective in treating tonsillitis in children. It also treats sore throats, prevents bad breath, cavities, treats colds, coughs and sinus problems. It is ideal for families, school going children and people in workplace.
How Does BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost Work
Taking a course of 12 BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost lozenges will support the throat’s natural defenses to fight undesirable bacteria for a month. Streptococcus salivarius K12 in the health formula aids in the fight against harmful bacteria. A course of 12 BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost lozenges protects you from bad bacteria up to 1 month.
Always follow the instructions provided on the label.
BLIS K12 Throat Guard Boost is free of gluten and dairy products. It is safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Those suffering from immune deficiency should seek the advice of their health care professionals before using the health formula.
Take a course of 12 lozenges.
Adults and children over 3 years of age.
Step 1: Swirl 10ml chlorhexidine mouthwash for 30 seconds then expel.
Step 2: Wait 2 hours
Step 3: Daily dosage: four lozenges. Suck one lozenge every 1-2 hours.
Repeat procedure for next TWO DAYS.
Contains Streptococcus salivarius K12
This product is gluten and dairy free. Can be used by pregnant and lactating women. Always read the label and use as directed. Peole suffering from immune compromised conditions should seek medical advice.