Berry Naturals’ New Solution for a Common Feminine Problem is Now Available at RevNutrition.com

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Canadian probiotic vaginal treatment provides natural relief and unique benefits.

Berry Naturals has announced the arrival of its Probiostat® Vaginal product to the online health and wellness retailer, RevNutrition.com. The product offers a natural treatment to women who are suffering from vaginal infections. It’s a problem that affects an estimated 16-million women in North America. These infections can lead to serious problems like miscarriages or infertility. In Probiostat® Vaginal, women now have a natural solution through the power of probiotics.

“The product is completely natural,” said Christine Berry, CEO and Founder of Berry Naturals. “There’s nothing like Probiostat® that can replenish your natural flora.”

Probiostat® Vaginal offers a broad-spectrum therapy and can be used by women who range in age from 13 to 95. The product, which can treat both vaginal and yeast infections does not need to be refrigerated, unlike other brands on the market.

“Our tagline is Survive Live and Thrive™,” said Berry. “So no matter what our situation is, don’t just say, ‘Today, I’m just going to survive.’ Continue to thrive. And Probiostat® helps women thrive each and every day.”

Probiostat® Vaginal is created according to good manufacturing practices and has been awarded a Natural Health Product Number by the Canadian government. It can be used along with traditional treatments, like antibiotics.

“We are very pleased to partner with RevNutrition.com,” said Berry. “Probiostat® Vaginal is a great fit with its wide range of health, wellness, and nutrition products.”

To learn more about Probiostat® Vaginal, visit: http://www.berrynaturals.ca.

To purchase the product, please visit: http://revnutrition.com/

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