Qiara Probiotic was Highest Rated 2020 and 2021 Mum "Vitamin and Supplement" @tellmebabyau.
Qiara Probiotics support Mums and Mums-to-be to:
- reduce breast pain associated with mild mastitis
- reduce the recurrence of mild mastitis
- restore and maintain good bacteria in breastmilk during and after antibiotic use
- maintain a healthy microflora for mum and baby before, during and after pregnancy
- improve digestive function and gut health
You can take Qiara Probiotics from preconception to breastfeeding for best health. It is most useful in the lead up to birth, and during breastfeeding.
It is the only probiotic proven to pass through breast milk to help baby as well. If you are breastfeeding, you don't need to give a separate priobiotic to your baby.
Qiara is also available for babies with Qiara Infant Probiotics Drops (0-2 years) NEW!
How to use
Add contents of one sachet to a glass of water or milk, stir and drink immediately. The powder is almost tasteless.
If you have breast pain, acute mastitis or are taking antibiotics, take up to two sachets per day. Take Qiara 2-3 hours AFTER your antibiotics. Take if for one week after finishing your antibiotics, then go back to your normal dosage.
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Dosage and Preparation
- Each box of Qiara Probiotics contains 28 single-dose sachets of oral powder.
- Each sachet contains 39mg/3 billion organisms of Lactobacillus Fermentum CECT5716
The Qiara Guarantee
Qiara Pregnancy and Breastfeeding AUSTL 269433:
- Contains no added dairy, yeast, eggs, gluten, nuts, soy or salt.
- Contains no animal products, no artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners.
- Is suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
- Is Made in Australia
- Does not need refrigeration (store below 25°C).
- Contains 28 sealed sachets per box.
- Recommended dosage 1 sachet per day.
- If on antibiotics: take 2 sachets per day. Continue for one week after finishing your antibiotics. Take probiotic 2-3 hours before or after antibiotic dose.
- Recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding.