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Blis Travel Guard

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NZ$24.50 - NZ$19.95



Blis K12 Travel Guard

Airborne germs are a common cause of concern for travellers. Germs generally enter the body through the nose and mouth. BLIS K12 Travel Guard lozenges contain the naturally occurring beneficial bacteria called Streptococcus salivarius K12, which has been shown to support the throat's natural immune defence system.

Blis K12 Travel Guard

Special Features
A course of BLIS K12 Travel Guard lozenges will significantly boost your throat's natural immune system.
When to use:
When travelling or in close contact with others in enclosed environments. Used by flight crew and international travellers.
This product contains no artificial flavours or colours
The product is gluten and lactose-free.

Blis K12 Travel Guard

Each lozenge contains no less than one hundred million cells of Streptococcus salivarius K12.
Other ingredients: Isomalt, tabletting aids, vanilla flavour.
The bottle contains 24 lozenges


Four lozenges on the day before travel
Four lozenges on the day of travel
Four lozenges during travel.
Suck the 4 lozenges within one hour.
If you purchase the product on the day of travel, take a dose (4 lozenges) every 12-24 hours.
Repeat on return travel (bottle contains two courses to accomodate return trip)

Blis K12 Travel Guard

Warning and Precautions
Adults and children 3 years of age and over.
Can be used by pregnant and lactating women. People suffering from immune compromised conditions should seek the advice of their doctor before taking the product.
If you have a persistent sore throat see your doctor.
Information for diabetics: Each lozenge contains 750 mg of utilizable carbohydrate. At a maximum dose this represents 3 grams of carbohydrate per day.
Store below 25ºC.


General Sale

BLIS K12 Travel Guard is marketed by:
BLIS Technologies Limited, Centre for Innovation,
PO Box 56, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND

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