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Florax DS™ Ready-to-Drink Probiotic Offers Chemical-Free Relief of Gastrointestinal Symptoms

NEWBURY, Ohio, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hebron U.S.A. Corp. is introducing their Florax DS™ product line featuring a Ready-to-Drink probiotic, for digestive and immune support and an all-natural probiotic diarrhea relief product that provides relief of occasional diarrhea, cramping, gas and bloating without the use of harsh chemicals.

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Florax DS™ products are formulated with a proprietary strain of the probiotic yeast called Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Cepa Fr 1972, also known as a nutritional or brewers' yeast.  It is the only probiotic product line that is available in a ready-to-drink liquid form that requires no refrigeration. It boasts a shelf life of 36 months. Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cepa Fr 1972 promotes healthy, efficient digestive and immune function and supports the body's ability to break down carbohydrates, proteins, and minerals. Hebron's exclusive strain of brewer's yeast has been produced and sold in Brazil for more than 20 years. It is gluten-, soy-, and lactose-free.

Florax DS™ Diarrhea Relief offers temporary relief from occasional diarrhea, bloating, cramping, and gas within four hours. Its liquid suspension, comprised of live probiotic cultures, allows Florax DS™ to quickly reach the gut in an activated state.  Once in the gut, Florax DS's probiotic cultures quickly and effectively help to bring the intestinal flora back in balance.  

Florax DS™ Ready-to-Drink probiotic is ideal for digestive and immune health and offers the convenience of a once-per-week dose through its proprietary liquid delivery system.  It is ideal for persons suffering from a variety of digestive discomforts or for the person who wants to maintain digestive balance to promote a stronger immune system.

Florax DS™ products are available in two flavors – original and raspberry – at Drugstore.com, Meijer, Discount Drug Mart, and Rainforestsremedies.com. Receive $3.00 off your purchase of Florax DS™ Ready-to-Drink Probiotic at http://www.hebronus.com or http://wwww.drugstore.com.

Hebron U.S.A. Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hebron Pharmaceutical, Ltd., located in Recife, Brazil, is dedicated to bringing innovative technologies to United States consumers to improve their overall health and wellness, naturally. Hebron Pharma has been developing, testing and distributing products for nearly 25 years, turning natural riches and scientific knowledge into pharmaceutical medicine and dietary supplements.

For more information, contact Hebron U.S.A. at 1-440-804-5733 or visit http://www.hebronus.com.

SOURCE Hebron U.S.A. Corp.

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