Brand: Gaia Herbs

Microbiome Food 4.44 ounce

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Product Description

Microbiome Food

Gut health is the foundation for overall wellness. Prebiotics offer the nourishment that your healthy digestive flora need to thrive within the GI tract. Support your digestive health with Microbiome Food, a pleasant plant-based prebiotic powder with Cinnamon and Ginger. Made without added fillers, flavors, or sweeteners. This powder is convenient to use and mixes easily in water.

  • With Larch, Acacia, Acerola, Inulin, Fenugreek, Cinnamon, Ginger, and Marshmallow.
  • Supports digestive health, function and regularity.
  • With herbs traditionally known to soothe digestive upset, including relief from occasional gas, bloating and cramping.
  • Helps support immune health.

Purity-Tested, Vegan, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free

Suggested Use

Adults take 1 teaspoon daily between meals, mixed in 4-6 oz. of water. Gradually increase up to 1 tablespoon daily.

Not for use during pregnancy. If you have a medical condition or take medications, please consult with your doctor before use. Store away from children. Use only as directed on label. Safety-sealed for your protection. Keep bottle capped at all times and store in a cool, dry place.

Featured Herbs & Ingredients

Great herbal supplements start with quality ingredients. At Gaia, we certify the purity of our herbs, integrity in sourcing practices, and unmatched potency.


Larch is a deciduous conifer, meaning that its needles turn yellow and drop each year rather than being evergreen. The Larix genus has 8 distinct species, and belong to the Pinaceae family along with Spruces, Firs, Hemlocks, Pines, and Cedars. The cones and pollen of coniferous plants such as Larch have carefully evolved to be specific to the same species, utilizing precise cone geometry and minuscule surface features on the cone scales and pollen grains to direct the pollen to the cone ovule...


Acacia senegal is deciduous small, to medium sized tree that is native to the arid, sandy regions of Africa and now naturalized in the middle east and Australia. The name ‘acacia' is derived from the Greek word ‘akis', which means point or barb and alludes to the various thorns that line Acacia's branches. A member of the Fabaceae plant family, or the Pea & Bean family, Acacia has oppositely branched leaves which are comprised of numerous leaflets, and its fruits mature within a seed pod....


Unlike the standard cherry fruit, which is a member if the Rosaceae family along with other popular staple fruits (apples, pears, blackberries), Acerola Cherry is a member of the Malpighiaceae family along with other tropical plants such as Byrsonima lucida (Locustberry) and Banisteriopsis caapi (Caapi Vine). Acerola Cherry, also called West Indian Cherry and Barbados Cherry, is native to southern Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean islands. Acerola Cherry was a wild fruit shrub until ...


Agave tequiliana is a succulent plant belonging to the Asparagus family. Other notable members of this family include foods like asparagus and yucca, ornamental flowers such as Plantain Lily (Hosta spp.), Hyacinth (Hyacinthus orientalis), and Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis), as well as the medicinal plants Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum spp), and Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus). Agave is a hardy plant that is able to rely solely on natural precipitation for its water needs, but is also ...


Fenugreek is a member of the Leguminosae family indigenous to the Mediterranean area and now primarily cultivated in India, China and the Middle East. Its Latin name means "Greek Hay" which is a reference to its use to fortify cattle feed due its highly nutritive properties. Traditional Chinese Medicine classifies (hu lu ba) as a yang tonic; especially for kidney yang deficiency. In Ayurvedic Medicine it is called Chandrika or Medhika. In European folk health the ground seed was eaten as a me...


Cinnamon bark is the dried inner bark from the shoots of the tree from the Lauraceae family. Ceylon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum), Indonesian (Cinnamomum burmanii), and Chinese cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) are the most commonly found species of commerce. In addition to its thousands of culinary uses across a number of various cultures, it has been used for thousands of years as a carminative, astringent, local stimulant, antiseptic, hemostatic, and is widely used traditionally to support healthy dige...


Ginger and her cousin Turmeric are proud members of the zingiberaceae family and grow in sub-tropical, volcanic soils in the southern hemispheres. The plant is thought to have originated in tropical Asia and is widely cultivated in the Caribbean and Africa. many cultures report similar uses of this plant. It has been used as a favorite "diffusive" circulatory tonic and warming agent, to calm occasional nausea, and to aid in a healthy immune respiratory response. It has also been used to suppo...


This plant is native to Europe and parts of Asia and is part of the Malvaceae family. The garden varieties are called HollyHocks. The whole plant contains a tacky, slimy substance known as mucilage, with the root of 2-3 year old plants containing the highest percentage. The root is often dried, sliced into discs, sold and then powdered to support healthy gastrointestinal function where irritation may be present. It has traditionally been used to support all mucosal membranes especially in the...