What’s Inside is what Counts the Most
A healthy gut lets you do more of the things you love the most
The living microorganisms in KAQUN Drops help restore the natural balance of the microbiome to facilitate an optimal digestion.
The gastrointestinal tract is one of the most microbiologically active ecosystems that play a crucial role in the working of the immune system. Regular usage of KAQUN Drops encourage gut bacteria growth which supports a healthy immune system.
Bacterias living in the gut microbiome are heavily linked to metabolic wellness & weight management. Factors like diet, lack of exercise & daily stress can also disrupt this balance of bacteria. The good bacterias in KAQUN Drops may facilitate safe weight management.
Diarrhea is a common side effect of taking antibiotics. It occurs because antibiotics can negatively affect the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut. Probiotics are widely known for their ability to reduce the severity of diarrhea.
Recent evidence suggests that exposure to good bacterias may exhibit a protective role against allergy due to the fact that it improves mucosal barrier function, a property that is considered to contribute to the moderation of allergic response.
Short-chain fatty acids, which are made almost exclusively in the gut, also seem to play a key role in healthy heart functions. Supporting our microbiome with good bacteris may facilitate heart health.
Chamomile is known for its anti-inflammatory properties since it contains chemical compounds that may reduce inflammation.
Oak bark is known for its strong astringent properties that may support with wound healing.
White wormwood is known to stimulate the production of digestive juices
It is known to support appetite regulation, but it is often used for its flavouring properties and in making various foods and beverages.
Rosehip is the superfruit in our herbal extract that contains many vitamins and antioxidants. It also helps restore the digestive balance.
Propolis is known to enhances the effect of herbs and its enzymes contribute to digestion with its complex balm and wax content.