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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Disolact Lactase Drops

When I wrote yesterday about a new source of lactase drops, it reminded that a year or so ago I told you of a source of Lacteeze drops from Canada available through eBay.

Don't bother going back and finding that post. The link is dead and you can't get Lacteeze through eBay. But Pat Gilbers, the same entrepreneur who sold the Lacteeze is back with a different foreign lactase drop product, Disolact.

Gilbers (a Ben Gilbers is actually the contact listed there) has a minimalist web site at And if you go to eBay and enter in "lactase drops" you'll see two hits, one of which is for Disolact. (The other is for Lactaid lactase drops from a Canadian seller.)

Disolact is made by Disolut, a Dutch firm. Fortunately, their lactase drops page is in English.

With DISOLACT® lactase drops you can make 56 litres of ordinary milk lactase arm. But also whipped cream and custard!

DISOLACT® lactase drops are packed per 14 ml. in a drop-bottle.

How to use DISOLACT® lactase drops?

DISOLACT® lactase drops (standard 5 drops per litre of milk) have to be added to the milk (product). Shake so that the lactase mixes with the milk (product). After this you place the milk (product) in the refrigerator, after 24 hours more than 92% of the lactose has been digested.

If you go to any of Pat Gilbers' pages, the shipping will be from St. Louis.

Those of you in Europe who want to buy Disolact, it is available in Euros from their website.

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