Airborne germs are a common cause of concern for travellers. Travelling can increase your exposure to bad bugs, or weaken your body's immune defences to make you more susceptible to them.
TravelProtect with BLIS K12™ is an advanced oral probiotic that helps defend and protect against bad bacteria in the mouth and throat.
Taken as directed before and during travel, TravelProtect can boost your immunity and help defend your immune system against airborne ailments when travelling.
BLIS K12™ is the first in a new generation of advanced oral probiotics, developed from a specific strain of beneficial bacteria called Streptococcus salivarius that is found to occur naturally in the healthy throats of children and adults. While everyone has Streptococcus salivarius bacteria in their oral cavity, very few have the specific BLIS K12™ strain.
TravelProtect with BLIS K12™ is a scientifically developed oral probiotic that helps support and protect your natural immune system at the gateway to your body - the mouth and throat.
24hr before travel: Take 4 x Pre-travel lozenges within 1 hour of each other
During travel: Take 1 x Maintenance lozenge every 2-3 hours
Repeat on return travel.
TravelProtect works best if lozenges are slowly dissolved on the tongue and eating or drinking is avoided for 30 minutes after taking. The longer BLIS K12™ stays in the mouth, the better the colonisation will be, and more bad bacteria can be crowded out.
Recommended for ages 3 and over.
BLIS can be taken during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Do not take TravelProtect while taking antibiotics.
If you have an immune compromised condition please seek your doctor's advice before taking this product.
If problems arise see your healthcare professional.
Per Dose: Isomalt, Tableting Aids, Streptococcus salivarius K12 (contains at least 2.5 billion cfu/dose in Pre-Travel lozenges and 1.25 billion cfu/dose in maintenance lozenges at the date of manufacture), Natural Flavour
Made on equipment that also processes milk and soy.
Store below 25C.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.