Biowell Wellbiotic 10 Capsule- Probiotic
Wellbiotic Capsule – Food Supplement
|Generic Name (Ingredient)||
Lactobacillus Rhamnosus 116 Mg Inulin 50 Mg Berberis Vulgaris (Women'S Salinity 10 Mg
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Each dose contains 116 mg of live bacteria.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus in her capsule, inulin, Berberis Vulgaris (Female Tuzluğu)
Recommended Daily Science Dose:
It is recommended to take 1 sachet daily on an empty stomach with a cold or warm liquid (can be dissolved in water, milk, fruit juice, etc.) as a food supplement.
- Ingredient Name 1 Sachet Quantity
- Lactobacillus rhamnosus 116mg
- inulin 50mg
- Berberis Vulgaris (Female Salt Shaker 10 mg)
The product contains live cells (probiotics), it is heat sensitive: do not place it in hot or heat exchanged places, do not expose it to light, preferably store below 20 C.
Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions.
Shelf life: 36 MONTHS
Warnings and Storage Conditions:
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
It is not medicine. It is a food supplement. It is not used in the prevention or treatment of diseases.
Supplementary foods do not replace the normal diet.
Consult your doctor for use during pregnancy, breastfeeding or drug use.
It should be used before the expiration date.
The expiry date and serial number are on the packaging.
Store at room temperature, protected from moisture and sunlight.
Please read the user manual thoroughly before use.
Side Effects / Adverse Effects:
Wellbiotic Sachet has no known side effects. Consult your doctor in case of an unexpected effect.
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