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Can Bio-Strath be taken with other medications?
Yes, Bio-Strath does not interact with other medications however you should always advise your doctor if you are taking anynatural supplements.
Are there any side effects?
There are no known side effects. Some people find the malt extract, honey and orange juice can cause mild nausea but thiscan be avoided if taken with meals.
The Elixir is not gluten free because itcontains malt. Bio-Strath tablets are
Plasmolysate of herbal yeast from saccharomyces cerevisiae (80%w/w), malt extract, honey, orange juice. No colourings, flavourings or preservatives.
Directions for use:
Adults: One 5 ml teaspoonful taken 2 – 3 times a day before meals. Children aged 3 – 12 years: 1⁄2 teaspoon 2 – 3 times a daybefore meals. May be taken alone or mixed with juice if preferred.
Available in bottles of 100 ml, 250 ml, 750 ml
The tablets are sugar free and gluten free and are therefore suitable for diabetics and those on a gluten free diet.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae herbal yeast, cellulose plant fibre, corn starch, apple pectin, silicic acid.
Directions for use:
Take 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day before meals.
Available in packs of 100 tablets
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Bio Strath® – Herbal Yeast Food Supplement
Bio-Strath in-pack leaflet
In today's hectic world we are often exposed to physical and mental stresses and strains.
Sometimes these added pressures can affect our immune system. This can influence theway we feel and the way we perform.
A varied low fat, low sugar diet including plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables along witha healthy balanced lifestyle will help you maintain good health, however there are times
when our body just needs some extra support.
What is Bio-Strath?
Bio-Strath is a herbal yeast food supplement that may help optimise the body’s natural
Available in 100 mI,
defences and support mental and physical vitality. Bio-Strath is available in liquid and
250 ml and 750 ml bottles
It is made in Switzerland from a unique herbal yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae,
Available in packs of
• combat everyday tiredness and fatigue
helping you to feel well and perform well!
During the production process that takes 2 months, yeast is cultivated on a mixture ofherbs including Angelica, Balm, Basil, Caraway, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Elder, Fennel,Horseradish, Hyssop, Lavender, Liquorice, Parsley, Peppermint, Sage and Thyme.
By the special process of plasmolysis by fermentation, without the use of heat or
chemicals, the herbal yeast cells are burst open releasing their valuable nutritionally
vital substances. Bio-Strath is free from all artificial colourings, flavourings and preser-
Bio-Strath AG has been producing high quality food supplements since 1961. Bio-Strath
herbal yeast formula is backed up by scientific research that shows its benefits in
helping support the body’s natural defences when life demands that little bit extra.
Who should use it?
Bio-Strath should be used by those needing to sustain vitality such as professionals withhectic lifestyles, working mothers, the elderly and those recovering from illness. Ath-letes, students and children would also benefit from taking Bio-Strath to help maintain optimum physical and mental performance.
Can Bio-Strath be taken continuously?
Yes, it is safe to take Bio-Strath continuously.
How long should it take to feel the benefits of Bio-Strath?
As with many natural products the time taken to feel the benefits may vary, some indi-viduals may notice changes within 2 – 3 days whereas for others it might take longer. For full benefit a course of 2 – 3 months is recommended.
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