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Save a fortune over Lactose Free Milk or other Lactose Free dairy products. Example: By using Lactase Drops by Seeking Health, you save over $2.50 per gallon of Lactose Free Milk! Imagine how much you save by making your own lactose free products!
At $19.95, it costs only $0.83 to make a half gallon of lactose-free milk. Makes up to 94 pints, 45 liters or 12 gallons of lactose-free milk. That is a significant savings over buying lactose-free milk and dairy products.
Tired of swallowing pills each time you want to eat dairy? Lactase Drops is the answer. Simply add Lactase Drops to a container of milk, wait a day and then drink. There is no doubt it will sufficiently eliminate lactose in the milk thereby alleviating you of lactose intolerance. We guarantee it.
Don't have time to wait? Simply add Lactase Drops to your glass of milk or other favorite dairy product and enjoy.
Baby gets an upset stomach from dairy formulas or breastmilk? Add 1 drop per 100 mL, wait 12 hours and your baby's tummy will no longer suffer from lactose intolerance.
Ideally, give your baby, or child up to 2 yrs old, ProBiota Infant probiotic supplement by Seeking Health to help their digestive system, enhance their immune system and reduce potential to allergies.
Adults or children should take ProBiota 12 probiotic supplement by Seeking Health for long term treatment of lactose intolerance.
Laboratory tested for effectiveness and purity. Made in a GMP Certified facility in Canada according to strict rules of Health Canada.
Physician formulated by Dr Ben, a naturopathic physician and graduate of Bastyr University.
Free of preservatives, flow agents and fillers.
Free of soy, wheat, corn, casein, gluten
Stored in a glass bottle with a glass dropper. BPA free and pthalate free.
Easy to administer to children as Lactase Drops liquid lactase tastes quite sweet as it is in a base of natural glycerin.
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I would recommend them to anyone who is lactose intolerant.
I use 28 drops per half gallon of whole milk and let it sit for 24+ hours, then she drinks her milk as normal and is absolutely fine!
My kids love the sweetness of lactose free milk, but I had to save money and have them drink the regular milk.
THEY WORK FINE I WAS PLEASED WITH THIS PRODUCT AND WOULD RECOMMED IT FOR PURCHASE WITH ANYONE WHO HAS A BABY WITH LACTASE PROBLEMSPublished 18 hours ago by Rochelle Garber
Sometimes I would add the 5 drops directly to a glass of milk and it would work (no gas, bloat, trips to the bathroom) but other times it wouldn't work at all, I don't get it. Read morePublished 7 days ago by PRODUCER
Other than the high price, I have nothing to complain. It really works. The treated milk does taste sweeter due to enzyn breaking down lactose into simple sugar. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amy
This product does not work whether it is mixed right away or 48 hours later. It doesn't take away the bloating.Published 15 days ago by Rosy Dhiman
Perfect while youre travelling and have no access to Lactose free milk. Refrigeration is the only downside on these drops.Published 23 days ago by Niche
These drops are great. I can add them to milk, yogurt, sour cream, etc... and my daughter can eat/drink them! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Carlton M. Guthrie
These drops are easy to use and seem to be effective at breaking down the lactose in milk. However, out of perhaps 10-15 bottles I've ordered, two of them have arrived with the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Karen S
This is easy to use, works fast, and is reliable. It is much cheaper then buying Lactaid milk. I use this for my daughter, after she turned 1 year old, I started her on milk... Read morePublished 1 month ago by lobanator2003
We have really enjoyed the ease of this product! We have used it in so many things that it's funny. Everything from yogurt to jarred alfredo sauces. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Homeschoolmama2005