Multi-Strain PROBIOTIC

A broad-spectrum probiotic to help restore gut flora
Multi-Strain PROBIOTIC

$21.99 + free shipping

Quantity: 60 Delayed Release Tablets

Product Features
  • 31 probiotic strains (NEW & IMPROVED FORMULA)
    • Provides both high strain diversity and high number of live cultures
    • Modern life – everyday stress, poor diet, pollution, and medications (especially antibiotics) – disrupts the natural balance of gut flora, giving bad bacteria the upper hand
    • Healthy gut flora consists of many different species of probiotic bacteria. Broad-spectrum probiotics are better at restoring the natural diversity of your gut.
    • Contains more than just Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria. Formulated with a wide variety of probiotics such as Pediococcus, Enterococcus, Lactococcus, and Streptococcus, to restore and maintain a healthy gut flora.
  • Guaranteed Potency
    • Formulated with 50 billion at time of manufacture.
    • 5 billion live cultures guaranteed at 2 years (expiration date)
  • No refrigeration required. Potency guaranteed on product expiration date if stored at room temperature.

  • Designed to survive stomach acid
    • Stomach acid destroys most probiotic bacteria before they reach the intestines
    • Cultures protected by acid-resistant capsules and Bio-tract™ is a patented delivery system that protects delicate probiotics from stomach acid.
    • It provides targeted release where bacteria are safe from stomach acid.
  • Gluten-free
    • Third-party tested to contain less than 5 parts per million gluten (complies with Celiac requirements)
    • A recent study showed that over 50% of probiotic supplements contained gluten, a known gut-irritant

DOES NOT CONTAIN: Eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, soy, sugar, GMO, artificial colors or flavors. Dairy used in culture of Lactobacillus strains. Third-party tested and verified GLUTEN-FREE.

SUGGESTED USE: Best if consumed with a meal. As a dietary supplement, take one capsule per day.

STORAGE: Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place (avoid exposure to high temperatures and/or moisture).

ALLERGY INFORMATION: If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medication, talk to your doctor before use. May contain trace amounts of milk, corn and yeast used in the fermentation process. Made in a facility and processed on shared equipment that handles dairy, soy, shellfish, and wheat/gluten. Individuals extremely sensitive to these ingredients should consult a physician prior to using this product.

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Guaranteed PURITY, POTENCY & FRESHNESS. InnovixLabs Multi-Strain PROBIOTIC is made with premium ingredients, and produced to the highest standards of purity and quality. All batches are tested and verified by in-house and third party labs for your peace of mind. Made in the USA for safety and reliability.


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    • Hi Diana – Amazon has plenty of this product. But it appears to be a technical glitch in their system. In the past, they’ve fixed similar issues in a few days. If you are in a hurry, you may purchase this product from this site.

    • Hi Marita – we do not ship to Australia yet. Sorry about that. But you can use freight forwaring services to buy directly from USA and have them deliver to you. Amazon USA (like us) are not experts at the multiple Australian regulatory requirements for exporting to Amazon. However, there are many ‘freight forwarders’ in the US who are happy to ship individual orders for personal use directly to Australia.

    • Hi Tony – we are always striving to include a wider variety of strains into the formula. Our Research & Development team is working on adding a few new strains to this formula. They are in the midst of shelf-life testing, which takes a long time. So, stay tuned for gasseri in 2018 – we are looking into two different strains of gasseri.

  1. When I first ordered your Multistrain Probiotic in October of 2016 I received them with an expiration date of Dec 2017. I just ordered more from Amazon and the have an expiration of August 2017. Why is this? Am I now getting an older batch? Good thing I did not order 3 as I did the first time as I would be past the expiration before I used them.

    • Hi Herb – I am really sorry to hear this. This is not supposed to happen. Amazon warehouse has a first in-first out policy that they swear they adhere to. This means you should never have received an older product six months later. However, mistakes occur. Please call our customer service at 888-799-7627 (the number at the top of this page) and we can help you through it. I’ve already informed them about this issue. This should not have happened and we will do our best to get you fresh product. FYI – the product will still be good well beyond its expiration date. We guarantee that there will be 10 billion live cultures at the time of expiration. The batch you have will likely have twice that much at expiration, so it is still quite potent.

    • Hi Eileen – yes. There is no animal-sourced ingredient in the product. Live probiotic bacteria are not technically considered animals.

    • Hi Pat – it loses some of its stomach-acid protection, but the number of live active cultures will remain the same.

  2. Good health websites say to avoid corn maltidextrin so can you tell us why you could not use an alternative?
    Also will you be producing a stronger version as these days 10 billion is fairly low. 50 billion would be prefered.

    • Hi T A – corn maltodextrin is used as part of the stomach acid reistance (Bio-Tract) technology to transport the probiotics alive to the small intestines. Bio-Tract is a patented and licensed technology, which, like a good recipe, must be followed exactly to achieve the stomach acid resistance. Also, the ingredient is found at less than a fraction of one percent. Given the trace amounts at which it is present, we feel, it serves a vital function while being present in minuscule quantities.

    • Hi Chris – there is no proof that it will help a person gain or lose weight. It will help add many often-missing healthy bacteria into the gut and the benefits that could bring.

  3. Hi,

    On Amazon you have a product with 31 strains for example L. Johnsonii – the one on your website contains only 26, why is that?

    Best regards

    • Hi Linda – we just upgraded the formula. It now contains 31 strains (instead of 26) and has an easier-to-swallow capsule (instead of uncoated tablet). We are in the process of updating our product images on all sites to reflect this formula upgrade. Any product you purchase today will be the new formula. Old formula is no longer available.

      • I just received my new and improved 31 strain capsulated probiotic. After three days it does not seem to be working as well for me as the 26 strain uncoated tablet. Any idea what is going on? I started using this month’s ago and had almost immediate and consistent improvement in GI function. Now after finishing the last batch (which I refrigerate, even tho not required) and starting the new batch, my symptoms have reverted to before I started your probiotics. Thanks.

        • Hi Dr. Bloom – we’re sorry to hear that you’re not experiencing the same effects with the new batch.

          Other than the addition of 5 new strains and changing from tablet to capsule form, there has not been significant change in the quantity of the original 26 strains. The new capsules are stomach-acid resistant as well. The original 26 strains that provided you improved GI function are still present in the same ratios. Since this is a brand new batch (as of this writing), potency should not be an issue at all. As of a week or two ago, the product tested at well over 50 billion live cultures. So, we are a bit puzzled.

          Out of curiosity, would you be open to taking double or triple the daily dose for a couple of days? If you were taking it on an empty stomach, perhaps consider taking it with the largest meal of the day. Also, I wonder if taking some prebiotic fiber would make a difference. We make a prebiotic product and we can send you a free bottle for you to try. Just brainstorming to see if these alterations makes a difference in getting to the root cause of this issue. If you are still not pleased with the product, we are more than happy to give you a full refund.

          Please let us know if there is anything else we can do.

          • Thanks for the response. I will try twice the dose each day with meals for a week and see what happens. I do take a prebiotic, but would be open to trying a bottle of yours. I don’t think it makes sense to post my address here in public but am happy to send it to an email address.

  4. Hello,

    I have been reading that L. sakei helps people with chronic sinusitis. My husband has had severe allergies and he has had numerous sinus surgeries, and this last sinus surgery was extremely painful. His doctor had to grind down bone, calcium had grew over one side of his sinuses and he could breathe on one side because of the calcium buildup. The highest pain killers didn’t even phase the pain he was feeling even days after his surgery. Needless to say it was an exhausting time for the both of us,but here is my question, if he takes your probiotic with this L. sakei in it, can it help him with his sinuses? Thanks.

    • Hi Terri – I am so sorry to hear about your husband’s experience. I’ve had the same surgery and it was miserable.

      We have a lot of customers who seek out this product for sinus purposes. It may help. Frankly, we don’t know exactly how much. We added L. sakei to the formula for this purpose. If he swallows the pills, it may not be as effective as opening the capsules and swishing the contents about in the mouth. I know it is not ideal, but having those strains linger in the mouth for a while is more likely to help it colonize the oral and nasal cavity.

      There are two other options that I think you could consider with your doctor’ help. One is easier – you can buy L. sakei as a powder from It is used in fermenting some foods. You could have him make a solution and squirt in nose. I have not tried it, but I know others who have and swear by it. The second option is somewhat bizarre – I know people who buy jars of kimchi (fermented korean cabbage), which have lot of L. sakei and squirt the juice at the bottom of the bottle into their nostrils. It’s unpleasant, but, again, there are people who have tried it. We don’t know if either of these techniques work. But please check with your doctor before you decide to attempt either of these unorthodox approaches. Don’t attempt either of these ‘tricks’ in a post-op state…again, work with your doctor.

      On a separate but related note, inappropriate deposition of calcium in soft tissues like sinuses, gum lining (plaque), heel spurs, kidney stones, arterial calcification, etc. are all classic signs of severe Vitamin K2 deficiency. K2 deficiency is extremely common and can develop in as little as a week if you do not eat K2-rich foods. If you do not address the deficiency, the calcium deposits will continue. We make a Vitamin K2 supplement. You don’t have to buy ours, but please consider any K2 supplement that has both MK-4 and MK-7 forms of K2. Couple of links on K2 worth reading:

  5. I am looking for help with chronic bile acid diarrhea. The bile sequestrant Rx that used to be inexpensive, Welchol tablets, is now Very expensive, beyond my means. I heard some reports about probiotics helping to balance not only the colon but liver/gallbladder. Do you have any info on this as it pertains to your products.

    • Hi Linnea – sorry, we do not know if this product by itself will be effective in addressing your condition. Bile sequestrants are good at reducing the symptoms of this issue, but does not address the root cause. For that, you will have to see an Integrative Medicine MD who specializes in gut health. That will probably involve several tests, and a complete or near-complete change in your diet, with the help of a licensed dietitian. At that point, your doctor and/or dietitian may include a probiotic as part of your treatment. Having said all that, any probiotic, this or another brand, should only be a PART of the gut healing process.

      In the meantime, talk to your doctor about other medication. Bile sequestrants are old drugs and there may be a few that are off-patent and available as generics. That may provide you some relief while you work on fixing the root cause of the issue.

  6. I just noticed that the tablets were changed into capsules ! Any difference ? Are they still made by bio-tract delievery system ? I worried about the effectiveness very much since I put the capsule in water for 1 minute, it dissolves and the content comes out !
    Can I buy the previous tablets again ??

    • HI K Ng – yes, this formula now contains 5 additional strains for a total of 31 unique strains. Tablet was changed to stomach acid-resistant capsules to help with swallowing. The Bio-Tract components of the formula are now inside the capsule. If the capsule is in a highly acidic environment, like the stomach, the capsule shell will stay intact. In tap water or non-acidic environment, it could dissolve in 10-15 minutes. Out Quality department checks these features thoroughly for each lot. As for the tablet form, sorry, it is no longer available.

  7. Is there still 10 billion at the EXP date?
    That was stated on the old packaging.
    Why the change from tablet to capsule?
    Will you reply via e mail?

    • Hi Alan – nothing has changed with the potency itself. However, we have clarified the language on the packaging to better inform our customers. The product is still formulated with 50-60 billion live cultures. At 18 months after manufacturing, there will be approximately 10 billion live cultures and 5 billion at 24 months, which is also the official expiration date of the product.

      The change from tablet to capsule was to help improve ease of swallowing. The rough texture of the tablets was the #1 complaint our consumers had of the product.

    • Hi Susan – lactose intolerant individuals may take the product. There is no lactose added to this formula. Some of the probiotics are cultured in dairy, however, that does not contribute lactose to the pills.

    • Hi zilu – the product has a 2-year shelf life from date of manufacture. Since probiotic shelf-life is based on the number of live cultures in the pill, the expiration is a date at which you are guaranteed 5 billion live cultures. So, the product will still contain significant levels of probiotics even after the official expiration date.

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