Benefits of Enterogermina® 6 Billion
Spores of Bacillus clausii assist in bringing bacterial balance to the gut, so that microbiota can naturally be restored.
Restores bacterial balance to improve immune system
Works toward better overall gut health
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. 1
Enterogermina® 6 Billion is a Probiotic that relieves diarrhea caused by the imbalance of good and bad bacteria in the gut and the effects of antibiotic use.
Enterogermina® 6 Billion anti-diarrhea medicine for adults contains Bacillus clausii, the friendly bacteria normally present in your intestine, and is known to be effective in enhancing digestive health.
Enterogermina® 6 Billion probiotic is used for women and men to bring back the health of your gut, which is compromised by intestinal infections, poisoning, use of antibiotics, or food disorder.
Enterogermina® 6 Billion is a probiotic, It contains Bacillus clausii, a friendly bacteria normally present in the intestine that effective in enhancing digestive health.
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
- Effectively relieves the symptoms of diarrhea and reduces the duration
- Restores the balance of gut flora
- Reduces the gastrointestinal side effects of antibiotics
- Enterogermina® 6 billion Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
- Enterogermina® 2 billion Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
- Enterogermina® 2 billion capsules Patient Information Leaflet Last revised Jul 2019.
- Product information
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