View Full Version : Where can I purchase OMX (AKA 'Ohhira's') probiotic paste?
Does anyone know where I can obtain OMX (AKA 'Ohhira's') probiotic paste?
It used to be available from http://www.omxliveprobiotics.com/product2.php, but the online store there appears to be down.
Please note that I'm not referring to the encapsulated product - there are literally thousands of stores selling the capsules. I am looking for the straight paste in a jar.
Many thanks to anyone who can point me in the right direction! :)
P.S. I'm well aware of how to ferment various foods and drinks (sauerkraut, kefir, kombucha etc.).
I really am looking for the above product, specifically. Thanks.
Never mind, I found what I was looking for:
For anyone who's not used OMX/Ohhira's or LB17, they're excellent probiotics. I just wish they were more economical! :(
Owing to my heavy metals issue (which I am treating with longterm frequent-dose chelation), I have bowel inflammation and associated malabsorption issues and it's hard to find a probiotic that helps this challenging condition. In addition to LB17, VSL#3 is also fairly good.
I'll shortly be trying some Royal Flora SBO's, too - if anyone here has experience with SBOs, please let me know your experience (although please note that G.O.L.'s 'Primal Defense' is not a product that works for me; for a variety of reasons, it's a product that unfortunately, and quite unnecessarily, 'falls at the last hurdle'). I'm talking about 'Nature's Biotics' / 'Body Biotics', 'Royal Flora' / 'Nature's SBO's', 'Prescript-Assist', 'Floracol', etc.
Obviously, I'm not going to attain stable bowel health until I've chelated the heavy metals from my body but whilst I am undergoing this, I do need to support my pancreatic, gallbladder, liver and bowel health as best I can. They're all interrelated with one another but I'm already addressing each one appropriately - the bowel is one of the most challenging because so few probiotics are powerful and/or resilient enough to reduce inflammation in the presence of heavy metals and associated decline in function of the above organs.
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