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    12-08-2009, 02:31 PM
B-L Paste or B-L Solution

Can anyone tell me if the paste works better than the solution or do they work the same?

Just wondering if the paste was geared towards if they are in pain "that week" for one reason or another, give them the paste and if the solution was more of a "every day" type thing or are they pretty much the same?

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    12-08-2009, 03:31 PM
I have used both. Paste is for short term use, administed daily or as needed. The solution is more for longer (you get a month out of the bottle.) Its kind of like how probios has powder and paste. The paste is ment to be used as needed and the powder is more for daily feedings. You could use either as a substitute. If the package says its concentrated just give less.
    12-08-2009, 05:34 PM
This is what I thought, but couldn't find out if that was correct or not anywhere online. Usually these things are in the description!

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