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Natrual Acidophilus 300 mg

These capsules contain millions of organisms that help provide and maintain intestinal flora
Product: Natrual Acidophilus 300 mg
Brand: Rite Aid (More Products)
Size: 100 Capsules
Dosage: 1 capsule daily
Retail: $8.99
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4 Customer Reviews

review acidophilus
by marion weiss

This product works great. I recommend it. It leveled out my digestive spasm's.

Good for bad stomachs
by Jamie

I have a really irritable stomach. Everything seems to bother it. I'm constantly irritable and bloated. For the price, this product was great. I can eat a few more of the things I would normally avoid and am a lot more comfortable during the day than I use to be. I've been taking it for quite a while now and haven't noticed any ill effects.

Not as good as others I've tried
by Laura

I can usually count on Rite Aid to provide a less expensive but equal quality alternative for just about anything. Unfortunately, that wasn't my experience here. Since dairy products upset my stomach, I had to find a way to give my body the benefits of a serving of yogurt everyday without actually having to eat the yogurt. A little research and I was on to Acidophilus very quickly. While the Rite Aid brand was not completely ineffective for me, it was more difficult to take. I found the pills more difficult to swallow than others I have tried. The most effective for me so far has been a powdered Acidophilus supplement. I would recommend that instead.

Right-Aid got it right on
by Terra

I have always used Acidophilus for my cold sores, which I have been plagued with since I was a very young child. It has always worked great for me as an aid to help them go away just that much faster. As an adult, I purchased the Right-Aid brand. They have always worked just as well for me as some of the more expensive brands. I continue to take it today whenever I feel that first little bump of a cold sore coming on. More often than not, it doesn't erupt into a full-blown crater on my mouth!