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Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g
Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g Lanto Sinus Probiotic Powder - 15g

- This probiotic supplement supports sinus health by introducing beneficial bacteria into the mouth and sinuses.

- Lanto Sinus contains beneficial kimchi derived Lactobacillus sakei, a keystone bacteria found in healthy sinuses.

- 17 billion total CFU of Lactobacillus sakei at time of manufacture. Lab tested and verified.

- Only needs refrigeration.

- Every bottle of Lanto Sinus comes with a 1/4 teaspoon (1g)

- Use Lanto Sinus as needed.

How to Use Lanto Sinus

Gather Your Supplies

Gather your Lanto Sinus bottle and your 1/4 teaspoon that comes with every bottle of Lanto Sinus. For Option One - gather a bowl and bottled water (tap water contains chlorine).

Option One - Mix & Drink

Mix 1/4 teaspoon of Lanto Sinus in the bowl with a little bit of bottled water. Between 1/8 cup & 1/4 cup of water is plenty. Then stir and drink. Swish or gargle in your mouth before swallowing to help the L. sakei  travel up into your sinuses. Use Lanto Sinus as needed.

Option Two - Maximum Boost

For maximum boost, place 1/4 teaspoon of Lanto Sinus powder directly into your mouth, swish around, and then swallow. Don't eat or drink for a few minutes. This gives the L. sakei  the best opportunity to travel up into your sinuses. Use Lanto Sinus as needed.

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"The world of medical science is rapidly changing as we learn more about the human microbiome. Research on the role of the sinus microbiome and sinus disease while in its infancy, is pointing the way to a new approach. The concept of restoring the sinus microbiome with a specific sinus related probiotic such as Lanto Sinus is supported by some of the most current research studies."

– Dr. Benjamin F. Asher, MD

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