Soho Flordis International

The Flordis range of integrative medicine

Integrative medicine carefully developed and clinically researched for better outcomes. Simple. 

Explore the evidence

Flordis is simply different.

Quality & Consistency

Quality & Consistency

batch-to-batch, year after year

Each ingredient is carefully sourced, cultivated and developed to align with our ‘Source to Patient’ philosophy, and all products undergo rigorous quality control measures.

Clinically Researched

Clinically Researched

to provide the desired health benefits

With scientific research on the specific ingredients &/or a final product, Flordis helps bring clinical assurances to integrative healthcare and supports evidence-based practices.

Expertise & Passion

Expertise & Passion

to deliver excellence & precision

The premium Flordis range of integrative medicine has been specifically designed by experts, with supportive clinical assurances and high tolerability. Importantly, it’s the same medicine that’s tested in clinical trials and that is on the shelf. 

Our Source to Patient philosophy

Carefully developed and clinically researched
Flordis is dedicated to addressing the vital steps needed for bringing you reliable medicines with naturally sourced active ingredients.

Learn about our Source to Patient philosophy

A focus on health

Lifestyle insight

Ever wondered why liver health matters?

Liver and hormone imbalance: What you need to know

Liver and hormone imbalance: What you need to know

Lifestyle insight

Read on to learn more about the relationship between the liver and your hormones, and how it can impact your health.

Health Insights
What Is Memory?

What Is Memory?

Lifestyle insight

Some things are easier to remember than others. This can depend on how your brain stores information you've learnt and how often you recall the stored information – so strong memories are no accident.

Cognitive health
The Science Behind Stress

The Science Behind Stress

Lifestyle insight

The processing of stress can begin in the brain, even though it may be the body that feels most of the effects.

Stress & Mild Anxiety

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