Probaclac Travelers (Probiotic Complex - non Rx) Medication

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Drug Description


Probaclac Travelers is used to minimize the likelihood of travelers’ diarrhea, an acute form of diarrhea that affects a significant number of travelers.  

Furthermore, Probaclac Travelers helps to sustain immune functions and promotes gastrointestinal health. 

Probaclac Travelers contains a multi-strain probiotic to provide a diversity of bacterial profiles to protect against pathogenic bacteria in other regions of the globe. In addition, it contains Lactobacillus plantarum, known for its anti-diarrheal properties. 

Probaclac Travelers work by: 

  • Competing with harmful pathogens for receptor sites (human-origin strains). 
  • Competing for essential nutrients, hindering pathogen multiplication. 
  • Producing lactic acid to keep a balanced intestinal pH. 
  • Generating anti-microbial substances to inhibit pathogen growth. 
  • Initiating multiple enzymatic activities that stimulate the immune system. 

Uses and Dosage 

Thoroughly review and follow the guidelines on Probaclac Travelers packaging before the first use and with every refill. For any questions, seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist. 

Probaclac Travelers should be taken ten days before departure, throughout the stay in the region, and for one week after returning. 

The usual recommended dosage is one tablet two times a day at breakfast and dinner.  

If Probaclac Travelers was not taken for prevention before departure, taking 1 to 2 capsules daily is recommended during the stay in the region to restore intestinal flora. 

Probaclac Travelers capsule can be swallowed whole or opened, with its contents sprinkled into foods such as yogurt or applesauce or mixed into liquids like milk or water. 

If taking antibiotics, Probaclac Travelers should be taken at least two hours before or after the antibiotic intake. 

To maintain optimal intestinal flora, consistently take Probaclac Travelers daily as directed on the product packaging. Avoid surpassing the recommended dosage or frequency. 

Side Effects 

Common Side Effects 

  • Bloating 
  • Increase stomach gas 

If these common side effects last or worsen, notify your healthcare provider promptly. 

Serious Side Effects 

  • Signs of infection: 
    • Persistent cough 
    • High fever 
    • Chills 

Call your healthcare provider if serious side effects occur. 

Allergic Reactions 

Probaclac Travelers is free from priority allergens, such as gluten, soy, dairy, peanut, tree nuts, sesame, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat, or sulfites; however, allergic reactions may still take place.  

Seek medical attention immediately if you display any indicators of an allergic reaction to Probaclac Travelers, like: 

  • Rash 
  • Itching or swelling, particularly of the face, tongue, or throat 
  • Severe dizziness 
  • Trouble breathing 

The side effects of Probaclac Travelers listed here are not comprehensive. Should other unlisted side effects be observed, report it to your doctor. 


Consult your doctor before taking Probaclac Travelers if you have known allergies, especially to probiotics or any ingredients contained in this capsule. 

Before starting treatment with Probaclac Travelers, consult your doctor to ensure it is suitable for you if you are experiencing any of the following:  

  • Persistent diarrhea for more than two days (especially with a high fever), 
  • A weakened immune system (due to chemotherapy or HIV infection) 
  • Frequent vaginal infections 
  • Recurring urinary tract infections 

Moreover, seek advice from your healthcare provider or pharmacist regarding the compatibility of Probaclac Travelers with other medications you take, such as prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. 

Probaclac Travelers have been demonstrated to be safe and beneficial for the expectant mother and the unborn child. However, seeking advice from a healthcare professional before using it during pregnancy is recommended. 

Seek advice from your doctor before breastfeeding when taking Probaclac Travelers, as the transfer of probiotics into the breastmilk is unknown. 

Additional information

Generic name:

Probiotic Complex – non Rx





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