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Nutribiotic Gse Liquid Concentrate, 2 Fluid Ounce

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  • Grapefruit bioflavonoids (polyphenols) are converted into an extremely potent compound
  • Contains vegetable glycerine (67%) and grapefruit seed extract(33%), a compound derived from the seed and pulp of grapefruit
  • Made without Gluten and GMOs
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Product Description

Size: 2 oz

NutriBiotic GSE Liquid Concentrate is a natural compound derived from the seed and pulp of grapefruit.

Product Details

Size: 2 oz
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 4.5 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0002JHZO8
  • UPC: 728177010003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (395 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,810 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

This product is helping me with my yeast infection n sinus.
Pen Name
I'm usually a skeptic when it comes to natural remedies, but when I tried this at the encouragement of my healthcare provider, it seemed to work!
D. Dewey
I use this in my essential oil blends and it is good with vinegar to clean and disinfect my diffuser.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

418 of 431 people found the following review helpful By K. Swanson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 26, 2007
Size Name: 4 oz.
5.5 stars

Been using GSE for a decade plus, and it never fails.

Talk about a miracle product! GSE is an all-natural antibiotic that works where many pills fail. It'll clean out your parasites (do some research, we're all full of them), one drop will brush your teeth cleaner than any toothpaste (it's now in many of them), it'll wash your dishes and counters and floors (a few drops in a quart of hot water is plenty), dilute and use as a nasal spray, use it to clean your ears (GSE must always be diluted, verrrry strong alone), and so on. For anything that needs to be disinfected, including wounds, here's your solution.

To me this is a first-aid kit in a bottle.

But the thing I use it for that is beyond genius is purifying water in the wilderness. I've used one drop per quart of water from many a mountain stream with bears etc upstream, where giardia is known to be, and after shaking hard and waiting a few seconds, I drink and move along, especially when I've no time to use the little filter I backpack with.

To date, after many many uses, not once has GSE failed.

I once hiked to a sweet waterfall on Kauai, and folks were drinking the cool, clear water. I used three drops of GSE in a gallon of it. A day later almost everyone had the runs; it was ugly. I felt great. They started borrowing my bottle.

Some organic companies are waking up and using this as a preservative.
One bottle of GSE will last you years. The strength per drop is phenomenal.

EVERY body needs a bottle of this when travelling in foreign lands.
Soon enough it will be "discovered" and be the next hip thing in all the glossy travel magazines. Beat the lemmings and try it now. You'll never look back.

For the money, it's one of the best products of any sort I've ever found in my life.
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197 of 211 people found the following review helpful By M. Dixon on May 16, 2013
Size Name: 4 oz. Verified Purchase
Buyer beware! Along with many other reviewers, I have found that the GSE formula sold on Amazon is remarkably different in taste and most importantly, IN EFFECTIVENESS! Perhaps just as disappointing if not more so, was the fact that Amazon did (last month when we purchased the product) and continues to list this product as:

"NutriBiotic GSE Liquid Concentrate contains Citricidal, a natural quaternary compound synthesized from the seed and pulp of grapefruit"

It ALSO PICTURES a product that clearly says "FROM ORGANICALLY GROWN GRAPEFRUIT"
However, the product we received
1. CONTAINS NO CITRICIDAL
2. Does not say organic ANYWHERE on the bottle - front or back
3. Tastes different than the original formula
4. Is no longer effective as a supplement, immune booster, or cleanser
After some research I discovered that Nutribiotic has another product called Citricidal Liquid concentrate which comes in a 1 oz. bottle which costs nearly as much as the 4 oz bottle of GSE sold on amazon. Although I haven't tried this yet, perhaps this is the missing ingredient which WAS DEFINITELY in the original GSE formula, but has now been removed by Nutribiotic. However, Amazon's listing and product description remains the same and ACTUALLY SAYS THAT THEIR GSE STILL CONTAINS CITRICIDAL! This is false advertising, and hopefully customers will realize this before purchasing, unlike our family.
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful By SW on November 13, 2013
Size Name: 4 oz.
I purchased this product earlier in the year from Whole Foods Market, I believe. I've been using the product intermittently for probably over 25 years, manly if I have gastrointestinal distress, diarrhea, or if I believe I may have eaten some tainted food, and it usually resolves the problem with one or two doses. However, this bottle which expires in 12/17, didn't seem to do much. The label does not have the word "organic" on it as the previous bottle did, but it does say CITRICIDAL after Grapefruit Seed Extract in the ingredient list. However for some reason it didn't seem to be as effective for me For the use mentioned above. Nutribiotic verified that the bottle I have does contain CITRICIDAL, so I'm not sure why it didn't seem as effective.

Nutrbiotic has replaced Citricidal brand GSE with that from another supplier in 2 & 4ounce bottles, starting about a year ago. The new GSE is less bitter, less yellow, and doesn't foam. Some think it's less effective.

This change is a de facto bait and switch from Nutribiotic, because traditionally the product in this shape of bottle has contained CITRICIDAL, yet they still call it The Original GSE on the new labels, but it's not. One must buy a 1 oz. round bottle, Maximum GSE, to get actual CITRICIDAL. Previously the 2 and 4 ounce bottles had it, but in a lower concentration. (See UPDATE below.)

As far as the safety of CITRICIDAL, or GSE in general, it seems safe, but I myself would not use it regularly--just for specific occurrences, mentioned earlier; as far as the new version of GSE--it would be interesting to have it tested for antibacterial and antimicrobial effectiveness compared to the product with CITRICIDAL.
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121 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Lit_Goddess on April 8, 2011
Size Name: 4 oz.
I've taken GSE to treat colds and GI distress to great effect, but since many other reviews here discuss this, I want to share a trick with everyone. The taste is horrible, so I buy empty gel-caps like these Now Foods Vcaps '0' Empty Capsules, 300-Count and put 10-15 drops in a capsule. I take it with a glass of water, and don't have to deal with drinking it in juice (since I can always taste the bitterness when I do that).
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