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Justgut Capsules

Justgut Capsules

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Composition: lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillus plantarum , lactobacillus casei , lactobacillus rhamnosus , bifidobacterium breve , bifidobacterium longum, bifidobacterium infantis, Streptococcus thermophilus , Saccharomyces boulardii, fructooligosaccharides,Zinc.

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Uses Of Justgut Capsules

Justgut capsules are highly effective against ulcerative colitits, bacterial vaginosis, infectious diarrhoea, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.

Justgut  Side Effects

  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach pain
  • Headache

How To Consume Justgut Capsules

Justgut  capsules are to be consumed as per the direction a registered medical practitioner.

How Justgut Capsules Work

Justgut  Capsules contains a range of human-friendly bacteria that helps an individual as follows:

  1. Restores correct balance of natural micro flora after stress, antibiotic treatment, alcohol use and chemotherapy
  2. Increases the number of helpful bacteria and reduces harmful bacteria in the intestine
  3. Prevents and treats diarrhea and recurrent respiratory infections
  4. Increases the absorption of certain minerals and lowers cholesterol levels

Justgut Capsules Related Warnings



No direct relation could be traced between Justgut and alcohol. However, you may consult your physician if you take alcohol before going with the medication.



Justgut capsules are safe to use during pregnancy. However, consult your physician or gynecologist before taking the medicine in such a circumstance.



Justgut capsules are safe to consume during lactation. Though, no research work suggests that the drug could lead to any significant risk to the baby or mother, consult your doctor prior to the medication.



The medicine doesn’t affect your sight, muscular control, brain, etc. that could cause any adverse impact on your driving ability.



Not much information is available regarding this. We recommend you to consult your physician before getting started with the medicine.



There is little medical insights available on the negative impact of the drug on liver. However, if you have had a history of any liver complication or are on related medication, consult your doctor before taking the medicine.