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$64.70 (in GST)
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In Stock



For those with lactose intolerance that prefer drops they can add directly into liquid or cream at the time of eating or drinking. This product contains the enzyme lactase.

Directions for IMMEDIATE use: 5 to 10 drops per 125 ml of milk product, shake or stir.

Directions for NOT IMMEDIATE use: 5 drops to 1 litre of milk, shake or stir and leave in refrigerator for 24 hours. For thicker or sweet liquid products (whipped cream, custard) use 7 to 10 drops per litre.

Please note that Lactase Drops are not suitable for acidic products such as yoghurt and buttermilk. For this we recommend our tablet and capsule options that can be taken at the time of the meal or drink, regardless of acidity.

‚ÄčIngredients per mL: 2990 FCC Lactase. Excipients: glycerin (vegetable), purified water. No preservatives - glycerine allows this product to be viable for two years from opening.
For reference, one drop is approximately 0.05mL).



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