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Antibiotics are used to stop the growth of certain disease-causing bacteria in the body. Unfortunately, this can also include the good bacteria in your intestines. When this happens, it can cause an imbalance in your instestinal flora, which can result in diarrhea⁶⁸.
Yes. In fact, being stressed for a minimum of 2 hours is enough to disrupt your intestinal flora²⁴.
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are called “the friendly” bacteria or microorganisms, because of their health benefits to the digestive system⁸.
There are two most common types of probiotics: spore-forming bacteria, (e.g. Bacillus species) and non-spore formers (e.g. the lactobacillus group).
Bacillus species, the spore formers have the ability to withstand heat and be stored at room temperature without the bacteria dying¹³,⁴⁰.
Before buying any probiotic product, make sure that it has the right bacteria type, it is effective and of high quality and is trusted by doctors³⁸.
Enterogermina is used for:
• prevention and treatment of the disruption of the normal balance of the gut flora and vitamin deficiencies in the body¹,²
• treatment to restore the balance of gut flora after taking antibiotics
• the treatment of acute and chronic gastro-intestinal diseases of infants¹,².
Enterogermina contains the spores of antibiotic-resistant Bacillus clausii, a probiotic normally present in the intestine¹,².
Enterogermina 6 billion powder for oral suspension.
For adults: 1 sachet per day¹
Breastfeeding infants and children: 1-2 vials per day
Adults: 2-3 vials per day
Children: 1-2 capsules daily
Adults: 2-3 capsules daily
No. Enterogermina is best stored at room temperature (not more than 30°C ) away from direct light and moisture¹,².
Yes. You can take Enterogermina during treatment with antibiotics. Consult your doctor or pharmacist for treatment advice¹,².