Genestra HMF Intensive probiotic gives 25 billion CFU daily and is suitable for both children and adults. Genestra HMF probiotics have a variety of benefits, including supporting intestinal health and promoting healthy gut flora. The causes of weak gut flora can vary, but often the composition changes due to the following reasons, food, diet, stress, age, and taking antibiotics. With the HMF Intensive probiotic supplement, you can replenish good bacteria in the gut flora to support intestinal health. Genestra HMF Intensive is meant for short-term use to restore gut flora back to a more normal state quickly. However, it can be used for long-term support, so speak with your healthcare practitioner before using it.
HMF Intensive probiotic is formulated to support overall digestion. The symptoms of poor intestinal health include cramps, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation. By restoring healthy gut flora and promoting bowel movement by taking a high-quality probiotic such as Genestra's HMF Intensive, simple issues like headaches, exhaustion, weight gain, and acne can be fixed. Genestra HMF Intensive is also useful for replenishing the good bacteria after finishing a cleanse or taking antibiotics and can clear up yeast overgrowth.
Taking a probiotic regularly has a variety of benefits, including maintaining good gut flora, helping and healing digestive disorders, reducing yeast overgrowth, preventing yeast infections and athlete’s foot, and supporting immune function.
Recommended Use of Genestra HMF: Adults and kids (3 years and older) should mix 1 scoop of HMF intensive probiotic formula in milk or water. Consume with food once per day, and a minimum of 2-3 hours before or after any antibiotics, or as suggested by a healthcare practitioner.
If digestive problems occur or worsen after three days, stop using the product and speak with a healthcare practitioner. If the Genestra HMF Intensive Powder is not preferred there are also capsules available.
Ingredients: Probiotic Consortium 25 billion CFU * * Lactobacillus acidophilus (CUL-60) Lactobacillus acidophilus (CUL-21) Bifidobacterium bifidum (CUL-20) Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis (CUL-34)