how many are there in 250 mg, billions or millions?

asked on May 27, 2014

Showing 1-5 of 5 answers

It doesn't say. But, it works as well as anything regardless of the other's count or cost .
Kindle Customer
· May 27, 2014
Comments | Leave a Comment
| Do you find this helpful?
| Report abuse

Way out of my expertise. I just know that it works.
Jim
· May 28, 2014
Leave a Comment
| Do you find this helpful?
| Report abuse

according to this web site, Florastor has 5 billion. http://nexabiotic.com/compare-probiotics/ Florastor was the product that I was given while in the hospital with Ulcerative Colitis with C. Diff infection. I just continued to use it at my GI doctor's suggestion. I recently change to Cultarelle. Just take one capsule per day. Haven't noticed any change.
William D. Marshall
· May 27, 2014
Comments | Leave a Comment
| Do you find this helpful?
| Report abuse

Millions or billions do not even apply to this product. It's off the charts for a healthy digestive tract when compared to what i think of as junk that you buy at your local pharmacy. Don't waste your money on those...Florastor really works. Recommended dosage is only recommended...my GI said one a day will do the job and it has for 5 years now after being sick for 18 months, 2 hospital stays and tons of antibiotics to get rid of my diverticulitis and c-diff.
C. Clark
· December 31, 2019
Leave a Comment
| Do you find this helpful?
| Report abuse

Florastor has approximately 5 billion Colony Forming Units per capsule. However, Florastor has a larger cell size for increased coverage and intestinal protection, withstands the harsh environment of the stomach to reach the intestines, promotes beneficial microflora, and even continues to work with antibiotic use!
Leave a Comment
| Do you find this helpful?
| Report abuse
  • Previous
  • 1
  • Next