Improves the Digestive Process . Restore Intestinal Microflora . Strengthens Immunity

When you spend over R500


Healthy intestinal microflora

Probiotics are live microorganism which when used in adequate amounts confers a health benefit on the host.

Healthy Woman

Complex nutrition


Probiotics help to restore intestinal microflora, which improves the digestive process and consequently improves the function of the immune system. Probiotics are therefore not only excellent means of restoring the bacterial microflora but also a significant help in the promotion of immunity.

A healthy bowel function strengthens immunity, because the cells of the defence system are formed directly in the intestines. Probiotics are friendly bacteria that help increase the immune system.


One of the positive effects of probiotics is that probiotics increase resistance to diarrheal diseases and reduce the activity of potentially dangerous substances in the large intestine that can be caused by poor digestion.

Probiotics help to restore intestinal microflora

Composition of Probiona

Lactobacillus acidophilus: 0.75 milliard CFU
Lactobacillus rhamnosus: 0.75 milliard CFU
Bifidobacterium longum: 0.75 milliard CFU
Bifidobacterium bifidum: 0.50 milliard CFU
Saccharomyces boulardii: 0.10 milliard CFU

Probiotics help to restore intestinal microflora box

Benefits of Probiana:

  • Positively affect digestion

  • Keeps healthy intestinal microflora

  • Promote immunity

  • Suitable during the use of antibiotics

  • Recommended during digestion problems

When to take the Probiona ?

Antibiotics disrupt natural microflora of our body, especially in the instestine, which can cause unpleasant digestive problems and weaken immunity. Probiotics help to restore the natural settlement of the organism.

Probiotics generally help maintain a balanced colon microflora and increase its resistance to colonization by microorganisms. It will correct your disturbed intestinal microflora so that you will not even experience digestive problems or diarrhea.

Have more questions?  Please feel free to email us on