Benefits of Enterogermina® 2 Billion
Bacillus clausii spores fight against gut disorders so that microbiota can thrive. 1
Inhibits growth of pathogenic bacterial strains
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Frequently Asked Questions
Enterogermina® works with the body to restore natural balance in the gut. You’ve probably got a few questions for us; check out our FAQ and download a copy of our leaflet to keep.
Enterogermina® 2 Billion is a probiotic for kids that contains Bacillus Clausii, friendly bacteria normally present in the gut that turns unhappy tummies to happy ones. The bacteria maintain a healthy relationship with the body such that there are no side effects or any major issues. It has a symbiotic relationship with the host organism which ensures a win-win situation for both.
Enterogermina® 2 Billion maintains the gut flora balance and restore this balance in the gut to improve immunity. It addresses the root cause of digestive system troubles such as diarrhea and promotes faster return of bacterial balance in the gut.
Enterogermina® 2 Billion is probiotic, It contains Bacillus clausii, a friendly bacteria normally present in the intestine that restores the health of tiny tummies2 Bacillus clausii belong to the group of bacteria with the ability to form spores. This helps the bacteria resist harsh conditions that may alter its efficacy.
- Maintains the gut flora balance
- Effective management of diarrhea
- Resistant to antibiotics
- Helps in restoring the natural balance of gut bacteria
- Helps restore the balance in the gut
- A relief from diarrhea and the symptoms that come with it
- It restores normal intestinal flora
- It promotes a faster return of bacterial balance in the gut of infants.
- Enterogermina® 2 billion Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
- Enterogermina® 6 billion Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
- Enterogermina® 2 billion capsules Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
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