RestoraFlor<small>™</small> Liquid

RestoraFlor Liquid

RestoraFlor™ Liquid is an innovative food supplement of probiotics, prebiotics and B vitamins. RestoraFlor™ Liquid combines two of the probiotic strains with the strongest clinical evidence: 10 billion CFU of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and 1 billion CFU of Saccharomyces boulardii – with prebiotic fructo-oligosaccharides and vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12, in practical one-shot liquid bottles with red berry flavor, especially suitable for adults and children.

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RestoraFlor<small>™</small> Junior

RestoraFlor Junior

RestoraFlor™ Junior, a powder for oral suspension, is a food supplement that combines a unique mixture of electrolytes with total Osmolarity 226 mOsm/l with a synbiotic (prebiotics – fructooligosaccharides and Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG ATCC n.53103 – a safe and clinically studied probiotic strain), in accordance with WHO and ESPHGAN/ESPID guidelines. The solution obtained after the powder is dissolved is indicated for oral rehydration and/or restoring the balance of intestinal flora, in conditions accompanied with mild to moderate dehydration and/or disorders of intestinal bacterial flora balance (diarrhea, vomiting or severe perspiration) from different causes.

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About Us

Delta Pharma-Al

Founded in 2006, is a pharmaceutical company located in Tirana, Albania with its own branch in Kosovo. It operates directly in the Albanian and Kosovo and through its partners in Macedonian and Serbian market. Delta Pharma-Al is established in 2006 as a distributor and expand its business focus in the active sales and marketing and recently in manufacturing field.

Operating divisions

Company operates in three divisions: distribution, active sales and marketing, manufacturing through dedicated teams. It is a serious and reliable partner of the Albanian Ministry of Health, Reimbursement Fund, National Agency of Drug and Medical Devices, Count Hospitals, Pharmacies and Physicians all around the country.

A growing company

DeltaMed, previously known as Curri Pharma, founded in 2003 and located in Scutary – North Albanian, part of the group, covers via active distribution all north part of the Albania. With an expected annual turnover 2017 of 27 Mil. € and around 150 employees, Delta Pharma-Al is one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies operating in the Albanian market. Since 2013 company has extended its operation in the Kosovo market through its own branch – Delta Pharma-Ks and in the regional markets through its partners.


“To become the most respectable and trusted company in the Albanian and regional pharmaceutical market.”


“Quality Above All”, by ensuring highest distribution standards, dealing with the most trustable companies and promoting in the highest ethical way.


“To achieve sustainable growth in mid and long term and offer added value to all our stakeholders and partners through maximazing the current portfolio and expanding it with new annual launches.”

Better Gut Health and Improved Digestion

They act like food for probiotics, prebiotic compounds help balance harmful bacteria and toxins living in the digestive tract, which has numerous health implications, including improving digestion.

Reduced Risk for Heart Disease

Consuming foods high in prebiotics can reduce glycation, which increases free radicals, triggers inflammation and lowers insulin resistance.

Protection of Bone Health

A 2007 study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that prebiotics enhance the absorption of minerals in the body, including magnesium, possibly iron and calcium.


  • What are probiotics?

    Probiotics are live micro-organisms (mainly bacteria but also yeasts) which are thought provide numerous health benefits. In order to provide these health benefits, probiotics need to be able to survive the acidic environment of the stomach. They also need to be eaten in adequate quantities

  • What are the proven health benefits of probiotics?

    There is a good deal of scientific evidence suggesting that probiotics are effective for gastrointestinal problems including:

    • Diarrhea: specifically antibiotic associated diarrhea including episodes caused by infection with C. difficile and infectious diarrhea.
    • Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease: ulcerative colitis, pouchitis, and Crohn’s Disease.
    • Food intolerance.
    • Helicobacter pylori infection.
  • Are all probiotics the same in terms of their health benefits?

    No, the health benefits are specific and related with a number of different factors. From a scientific prespective, a suitable description of a probiotic product as reflected on the label should include: Genus and species identification, with nomenclature consistent with current scientifically recognized names; Strain designation; Viable count of each strain at the end of shelf-life; Recommended storage conditions; Safety under the conditions of recommended use; Recommended dose, which should be based on induction of the claimed physiological effect; An accurate description of the physiological effect, as far as is allowable by law; Contact information for post-market surveillance.

  • How can I add probiotics to my diet?

    You can add probiotics to your diet either by eating probiotic foods (including beverages) or by taking probiotic supplements. Generally speaking, probiotic supplements usually contain higher numbers of probiotic organisms than probiotic foods. Be aware too that many of the processed probiotic foods (e.g. cereals, granola and ice-cream) that have recently appeared on our grocery-store shelves are often high in sugar and additives.

  • When is the best time to take probiotics?

    Take your probiotics 15-30 minutes before food on an empty stomach when the acid content is at its lowest. Less acid content gives the bacteria and yeasts a better chance of living, so they do not stuck in the stomach behind the food as they make their way down to your intestines where they do their best work. In case of an oral antibiotic administration, take the probiotic at least 2 hours before.

  • Where can I purchase probiotics?

    You can purchase probiotic foods from grocery and health food stores. As far as probiotic supplements are concerned, these can be purchased from on-line retailers and over-the-counter from pharmacies.

  • What side-effects should I expect when starting probiotics?

    You may experience symptoms of bloating, flatulence (gas), abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhea in the first few days of probiotic therapy. These symptoms occur as your digestive system rebalances in favor of the good bacteria. The symptoms should subside after a few days. However, if they persist, then you can always reduce your dosage and ramp back up slowly.

  • Are probiotics safe for children?

    Yes, both probiotic foods and supplements are safe for children. There is a wide range of probiotic supplements which are suitable for children. There are available in a variety of forms including chewable tablets, capsules and powder. Probiotics are also suitable for infants. Once weaned, probiotic foods can be introduced into a baby’s diet. Certain probiotic supplements are also appropriate for infants.