Bowtrol probiotic

Bowtrol probiotic - Precautions | Advantages

Bowtrol probiotic contains 9 billion live bacteria/probiotic cells and is mainly used to treat diarrhea. It works by improving gut flora which normalize stool consistency. Since antibiotics often cause diarrhea, it is recommended to take Bowtrol probiotic every time you take the antibiotic.

Probiotics are also linked to strengthening of the immune system if taken long-term (at least 6 months). Bowtrol probiotic is an ideal product for that.

It also prevents growth of bad bacteria in your gut.

Bowtrol probiotic may be also used in the following conditions:

  • Bloating
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Gas

Bowtrol is a well-known and well-established American company.

This is a dietary supplement and is available for purchase without prescription.


Since we could not find any clinical trials about its use and safety during pregnancy, you should not take this product during pregnancy, unless your doctor recommends it.

The advantages of Bowtrol probiotic

  • It is very effective and in addition to fighting diarrhea it also improves digestion which leads to better absorption of vitamins and minerals. This leads to improving your overall health.
  • It does not cause bloating
  • It does not cause gas
  • Manufactured by well-established American company

How should you take Bowtrol probiotic?

Take one or two pills per day between meals. Taking this product with hot food or beverages reduces its effectiveness.

Take this product for at least 6 months to improve your immune system.

If you are taking Bowtrol probiotic to treat diarrhea you will experience improving of symptoms after only one day of taking this product.

Where you can buy Bowtrol probiotic

It will arrive in one or two days after you order.

We recommend that you buy a 6-month supply because you will save $90.

Bowtrol probiotic side effects

There are no reported side effects associated with the use of this product.

Information on this website are provided for educational purposes only and are not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional.