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Sanbio Combination of four beneficial bacteria

·        Bacillus coagulans (lactic acid bacillus)

·        Streptococcus faecalis (lactic acid bacteria)

·        Clostridium butyricum (butyric acid bacteria)

·        Bacillus mesentericus (amylolytic bacteria)

Bacillus coagulans

Deposited in Culture Bank MTCC # SNZ1969

Source Of Origin: Green malt

Live gram-positive, aerobic, spore forming bacilli. These spores germinate in the upper part of the small intestine and produce lactic acid thereby creating an environment, which will inhibit the growth of potentially pathogenic organisms.

Streptococcus faecalis

Deposited in Culture Bank MTCC # SNZ1975

Source Of Origin: Fecal sample of healthy infants

Live gram-positive, aerobic, non-spore forming cocci. They proliferate actively due to symbiotic action with Bacillus mesentericus and Clostridium butyricum to yield lactic acid resulting in an inhibition of growth of harmful bacteria.This lactic acid bacteria is found from the upper to the lower part of the small intestine.

Clostridium butyricum

Deposited in Culture Bank MTCC # SNZ1974

Source of Origin: Fecal sample of healthyinfants

Live gram-positive, anaerobic, spore forming bacilli. They proliferate actively to yield short chain fatty acids such as butyric acid and acetic acid resulting in a decrease in intestinal pH and inhibition of growth of harmful bacteria.

Bacillus mesentericus 

Deposited in Culture Bank MTCC # SNZ1973

Source Of Origin: Fecal sample of healthyinfants 

Live gram-positive, aerobic, spore forming bacilli. They proliferate actively with the symbiotic action of Streptococcus faecalis. It is a spore forming bacteria and producesan amylolytic enzyme (amylase) and a protease to activate proliferation of Streptococcus faecalis. It is also responsible for production of a nutrient which helps in increasing the count of Bifidobacteria in thecolon. It is found predominantly in the small intestine

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