HoneyBlis lozenges contain the combined benefits of Kamahi and Manuka Honey with 1 billion cfu of BLIS K12™ to help soothe the throat*. Manuka Honey is uniquely from New Zealand. It is produced from the flowers of the Manuka and Kanuka trees, the New Zealand variety of Tea Tree. Traditionally used in Maori medicine, New Zealand honey has long been valued for its health-maintaining effects.
What is BLIS K12™?
BLIS K12™ is a new generation of advanced oral probiotics, developed from a specific strain of beneficial bacteria called Streptococcus salivarius that is found to occur naturally in the oral cavity of healthy adults and children.
How does BLIS K12™ work?
BLIS K12™ works by helping improve the ratio of good to bad bacteria*. BLIS K12™ colonises in the mouth and throat (where it is naturally found in healthy humans) and promotes a beneficial balance of good bacteria*.
Having a beneficial balance of good bacteria in the oral cavity can help support the health of the mouth and throat*. With the combined benefits of honey and BLIS K12, HoneyBlis is a great way to soothe the throat and help support a healthy immune system*.
Slowly dissolve one or two lozenges on the tongue before swallowing each day. Do not exceed more than four lozenges a day.
Use as directed. If pregnant, lactating, taking prescription medication or if you have an immune-compromised condition, please seek your Physician’s advice before use. If problems arise see your healthcare professional.
Keep out of reach of children unless under adult supervision.
Recommended for ages 3 and over.
No refrigeration needed. Store in a cool (<77°F) dry place and out of sunlight.
Made in New Zealand.
BLIS K12™ was discovered by Professor John Tagg in Dunedin New Zealand and we still discover and manufacture right where it all began at Blis Technologies in Dunedin New Zealand. You can be sure of the authenticity and the quality of products from the originators of BLIS K12™ and BLIS M18™.
Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate.
May contain trace amounts of milk protein from the fermentation process.