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Biofilms are colonies of bacteria that pose many challenges to immunity and digestion. FloraFilm is a natural blend of enzymes that helps disrupt and dissolve these biofilms of unwanted bacteria and fungus to aid digestion and improve gut health.
Beneficial enzymes help identify unwanted microbes, disrupt and dissolve unwanted biofilms in the body
Removing unwanted microbes creates space for beneficial strains
Supports long term gut health
Discourages growth of unwanted microbes
Aids in detoxification
FloraFilm is a specific and effective method for identifying, dissolving and removing unhealthy biofilms in the gut from unwanted microbes including yeast and many forms of harmful bacteria. Biofilms form when microbes join together and produce sticky, adhesive compounds that prevent their removal. FloraFilm is a precise method of creating more space for beneficial microbes by removing their adhesion capability. Utilizing enzymes produced in the body, it works to dissolve and remove patches of unwanted bacteria in the gut.
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) is a multi-use compound that binds to metals in the body. These metals are important for the formation of biofilms. EDTA binds to and weakens the films that hold many unwanted bacteria. Once the film is disrupted, key enzymes work to dissolve bacteria. Serrapeptidase helps to inhibit biofilm formation. Hemicellulase is an enzyme usually produced by bacteria in the gut. Humans on our own are incapable of creating this important enzyme. It breaks down hemicellulose, commonly found in fungal cell walls. Adding this enzyme can assist in the disruption of unwanted microbes. Similarly, beta-glucanase breaks down some of the structural components of fungal and bacterial biofilms. Fungal protease, enzymes traditionally produced by fungus and therefore not produced in the human body are especially efficient at removing and dissolving the protective outer coating of biofilms.
Take 2 capsules on an empty stomach upon waking and before bed, or as directed by your qualified healthcare practitioner.