Turn up the digestive heat with Your Flora Gold Spice
Living Culture Symbiotic™ Kefir-kombucha fermented organic sprouted soybeans (Glycine max), Organic ginger (Zingiber officinale) root, Organic turmeric (Curcuma longa) root, Organic fermented tapioca (capsule)
For allergens, see ingredients in bold
We never use any fillers, binders, excipients, additives or artificial ingredients in our products.
Our kefir-kombucha fermented symbiotic goes beyond probiotics. It creates a natural, diverse ecosystem with 100+ strains of beneficial microbes and nutrients to nourish your digestive microflora.
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2 capsules provide:
Living Culture Symbiotic™ Kefir-kombucha fermented organic sprouted soybeans (Glycine max) – 300mg
Organic ginger (Zingiber officinale) root – 200mg
Organic turmeric (Curcuma longa) root – 200mg
Your Flora Gold Spice is a living synergy of beneficial bacteria, enzymes, nutrients and herbs naturally created in the signature kefir-kombucha fermentation process, and carefully freeze dried to preserve all the unique nutrients.
It is then combined with supportive organic wholefood powders and encapsulated in an organic fermented tapioca capsule, making it uniquely 100% organic inside and out.
Adults: Take 1 capsule twice a day with food. Increase to 2 capsules twice a day if required.
It is best taken with food, but avoid taking with hot foods or drinks, which may damage the delicate nutrients.
Your Flora Gold Spice can be combined with other Living Nutrition products, including our Organic Fermented Herb formulas.
Convenient and portable with no need to refrigerate
Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet, and a healthy lifestyle. If you are nursing, pregnant or considering pregnancy, you should consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product.
Fermented soya has been used in traditional cultures around the world for hundreds of years due to its beneficial and bioactive effects on the gut microbiota, digestion and metabolism.
We develop the fermentation over several weeks, using our signature kefir-kombucha fusion and monitoring it under carefully controlled conditions.
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Fermented soya is usually suitable for people with a sensitivity to soya because it is easier on the digestion. However, if you have a soya allergy, we recommend choosing one of our Organic Fermented Herbs range instead.
Turmeric and ginger have a long history of safe use both as culinary and medicinal herbs. This combination initiates the digestive enzymes
Historically, ginger has been used as far back as the fourth century BC for stomach upsets and nausea. It has a balancing effect on the digestion and can be both stimulating and act as a carminative.
In both Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine, turmeric is considered a bitter digestif and a carminative and often used in cooking. In Ayrurveda, turmeric is used to “expel phlegm or kapha.“