FAQ 2017-12-29T18:00:59+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

No, A.M.P. Floracel® has absolutely NO negative side effects. Remember to consult with a healthcare professional before using AMP Floracel® products.

No, A.M.P. Floracel® is an natural supplement; no prescription is needed. A.M.P. Floracel® is not a drug. A.M.P. Floracel® can be taken with any other supplements or medications.

A.M.P. Floracel® contains the Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecule, which is the beneficial agent  found in the Aloe Vera plant. These molecules are absorbed by the intestines, which may help promote flora that are essential to immune and digestive health. The molecules may help reduce inflammation and may help distribute nutrients throughout your body.

A.M.P. Floracel® will slowly start to work within the first two weeks (each case varies). When you’re feeling better for 30 days, it is recommended that you reduce the daily dosage of 9 capsules daily to 3 capsules per day for a general health/maintenance level.

Depending on your state of health, some people choose to discontinue our product after they have recovered, while others stay on our maintenance dosage. Either way, whatever you decide to do, A.M.P. Floracel® is always here for you when you need us.

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A.M.P. stands for the Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide (A.M.P.) molecule, which is found in the Aloe Vera plant. Research has found this molecule to be the prominent component in the Aloe Vera plant.

A.M.P. Floracel® product is made of an extract derived from the Aloe Vera Plant which is called Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecule (A.M.P.). This is extracted from the Aloe Vera Plant through a unique proprietary process. Through this process we obtain the highest quality and concentration of A.M.P. (a 1,000 to 1 concentration).

Our capsules are vegan capsules and are certified kosher.

Our product stands out from all of the rest in the market for several reasons:

A.M.P. Floracel® contains more than 2 MILLION Daltons per bottle.
A Dalton is what scientists use to measure the molecular chains; the larger the number of Daltons, the more molecules present.