lactase drops – 0.47 fl oz (14 ml)


The drops make dairy products lactose free. Ideal for cooking or baking.

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Intoleran lactase drops contain lactase, an enzyme that breaks down lactose, the natural sugar found in milk and other dairy products.

Our lactase drops contain the liquid lactase enzyme, which helps to break down lactose. With our lactase drops you can make your own (sweet) liquid dairy products lactose free. For example, milk, chocolate milk, whipped cream, cooking cream and mascarpone. By adding the drops to these dairy products you can cook and bake lactose-free.

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Add 5 drops to 1 litre of milk or any other liquid, non-acidic dairy product. Stir well and leave in the refrigerator for 24 hours. After this, at least 80% of the lactose will have been broken down. Add more drops for a higher conversion rate. If you are in a rush and want to use the product immediately, add 5-10 drops per 120ml of milk. This product is not for use in acidic dairy products such as yogurt and buttermilk.


Ingredients: lactase (750 NLU per 5 drops), glycerol, water

Lactase drops are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Free from gluten and soy.

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified™

Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trade marks used under licence in the Netherlands by Intoleran. One serve of this product can assist with following the Monash University Low FODMAP diet™. A strict low FODMAP diet should not be commenced without supervision from a healthcare professional. Monash University has assessed this product as being low in FODMAPs but has not assessed its suitability as a therapeutic good. Monash University receives a licence fee for use of the Monash University Low FODMAP Certified trade marks.

4 reviews for lactase drops – 0.47 fl oz (14 ml)

  1. Annika

    We can buy lactose free milk and cream in Sweden BUT if I want to buy eco cream it is impossible to find lactose free. So happy to have found this

  2. Raymond

    I’m very lactose intolerant and have been buying lactase enzyme from Amazon. Many of the very expensive bottle from there are bad. But Disolut’s lactase enzyme is always fresh and potent. You have a customer for life!

  3. Abu H Koher

    This is a great product. Follow the instructions and you get lactose free milk. No more bloating and all the other side effects.

    Thanks a lot guys for this awesome product.

  4. Debbie

    I recently purchased the lactase enzyme drops because some of my children are lactose intolerant. I tried the drops in milk and whipping cream. My children experienced no negative effects and are thrilled that they can have regular milk and whipping cream again.

    I read on another website to use half the drops and let it stand 48 hours. This worked, too, and makes it even more financially feasible to use the lactase drops. Also, the shipping is quite fast and free–which is nice since I live in the U.S.

    I am very happy to have found this product and would highly recommend it to anyone who is lactose intolerant.

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Frequently asked questions about lactase drops – 0.47 fl oz (14 ml)

Add the required number of drops to the dairy product. Make sure the drops are mixed well into the dairy product by shaking or stirring well. Then leave it in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours. After 24 hours, at least 80% of all lactose will have been broken down. If you would like a completely lactose free dairy product, add more drops or leave it for longer in the refrigerator before use.

You can use the lactase drops for making various liquid (sweet) dairy products, lactose free. Depending on the amount and consistency of the product, you can add a number of drops. After 24 hours, 80% of all lactose in the product has been broken down. Products that you can make lactose free using the drops include: Milk (5 drops per litre, chocolate milk (5 drops per litre), whipped cream (5 drops per 250 ml), cooking cream (5 drops per 250 ml), condensed milk (10 drops per 250 ml), cream cheese (10 drops per 250 ml).

Unfortunately, the drops are not resistant to an acidic environment and therefore they are not suitable to make acidic dairy products such as yogurt, cottage cheese or sour cream lactose free. However, you can take a lactase tablet or capsule to still be able to properly digest all lactose.

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