- Lactic Acid Bacillus: L . Acidophilus is thought to benefit health, since it produces vitamin K and lactase.
- Streptococcus Faecallis : Enterococcus faecalis prevents the colonization of pathogenic bacteria in the body of its host by competing with the pathogens for binding sites and nutrients, makes the immune system more efficient.
- Clostridium butyricum : Symbiotic action with streptococcus faecalis to yield short chain fatty acids such as butyric acid and acetic acid with a resultant decrease in intestinal pH and inhibition of growth of harmful bacteria.
- Lactobacillus Plantarum: Studies have consistently shown that L. plantarum was resistant to most antibiotics.
- Bacillius mesentericus : Produces an amylolytic enzyme (amylase) and protease to activate proliferation of streptococcus. Helps in increasing the count of bifidobacteria.
- Lactobacillus Salivarius: L. Salivarius, being highly active on proteins, is able to act on protein toxins while still in the intestinal tract. By removing this burden from the organs of elimination, it allows these organs to complete their functions with much greater efficiency.
People who travel frequently, People who have digestion problem, Vaginal Infection and leaky gut syndrome.
Lactobacillus Sporogenes, Streptococcus Faecalis, Colstridium Butyricum, Bacillus Mesentericus Lactobacillus Salivarius & Lactobacillus Planatrum.
OTHER IMPORTANT ISSUES:
A healthy intestinal tract has over 400 different species of microorganisms living there. They make up about two pounds of body weight.