Phloe is a natural, gentle and effective way to maintain your bowel health.

“Thank you Phloe for a new lease on life without pain.”

How Does Phloe Work?

Phloe has a unique triple action of enzymes, prebiotics and fibre which have been isolated entirely from New Zealand green kiwifruit.

Phloe very gently supports movement in the bowel aiding transit time and allowing toxins and waste to move through the bowel quickly.

The great thing about the enzymes in Phloe is that they work naturally and gently with the body without any nasty side effects such as diarrhoea, cramping or spasms.

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Do You Suffer From Cramping, Bloating or Gas?

At some time or other we have all had that uncomfortable, swollen or bloated feeling and been unable to have a bowel movement.

If you recognise any of these symptoms, you’re not alone!

“Over 90% of Australian women 35+ suffer from digestive issues, most commonly constipation (68%), bloating (61%) and wind (61%). A resounding 85% said they want to help their digestive system work the way it’s supposed to, and they’d love to discover an all-natural solution to end their digestive dramas.” *

If your digestive system is out of balance, then you may experience poor bowel health. Think of the prebiotics in Phloe as ‘food for the good bacteria’ in your digestive system. Having the right balance of these bacteria is one of the keys to maintaining good bowel and overall health.

Phloe is clinically shown to keep you regular while promoting long-term intestinal health and helping avoid digestive discomfort.

*Research conducted by Pure Profile amongst 1,000 consumers, during June 2012.

Many people will occasionally experience the symptoms associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome which include abdominal pain or discomfort often reported as cramping, bloating, gas, plus diarrhoea and or constipation.

The exact cause of IBS is not known and there has been no cure as yet, but there are things that can be done to relieve symptoms.

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Everyones regular or transit time is different. Anywhere from 3 times a day to 3 times a week can be normal.

The important thing is to notice when there is a change in the frequency and comfort of your bowel movements – this may indicate that you are suffering from constipation.

To help avoid or reduce episodes of constipation, there are some simple things you can do.

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There is also a large amount of anecdotal evidence that Phloe may be helpful in Parkinsons sufferers, diarrhoea dominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohns disease and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).

If you suffer from any of these conditions we advise you ask your healthcare professional about whether Phloe is right for you.

What Our Customers Are Saying…

Within two days of using Phloe my bloating had gone down I was able to go to the toilet not once a week but everyday!

In general I feel so much better to have a flat stomach, not to feel bloated, sluggish and fatigued all day long…

Phloe is without a doubt the best discovery I have ever made and I would recommend it to anyone with similar problems.

Kate, United Kingdom

Symptoms: Constipation and Bloating

I had been seeing the doctor with IBS and diverticuli for about 8 years. Mine was so bad that a few years back the doctor suggested having my bowel removed and having a bag.

Since Phloe I don’t take any doctor prescribed pills and my health and well being has improved dramatically.

Thank you Phloe for a new lease on life without pain.

Shirley, Katikati, New Zealand

Symptoms: Irritable Bowel Syndrome

My husband has parkinsons disease and for many years now has had an ongoing problem with constipation.

We tried every product on the market with minimal success and then were reccommended to try Phloe. We did and we have had great results.

I have told all my friends in our Carers group and they have been buying Phloe for their husbands with the same success.

Pauline, Wellington, New Zealand

Symptoms: Parkinsons Disease

Phloe is now owned and distributed by Douglas Pharmaceuticals as an extension to its Nutraceutical range, which includes Clinicians.



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