Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are known for their biotechnological potential. Moreover, LAB are distinguished by amazing criteria: Adjusting the intestinal environment, inhibiting pathogenic microbes in the gastrointestinal tract, ability to reduce pathogen adhesion activity, improving the balance of the microbiota inside the intestine, capabilities of regulating intestinal mucosal immunity, and maintaining intestinal barrier function. 

Streptococcus thermophilus is most commonly taken by mouth to treat and prevent diarrhoea, constipation, diabetes, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.

Enterococci probiotics have been widely administered in humans and animals for treating diarrhoea and other indications. The EU council regulations 700/524/EEC and EG 1831/2003 allow the use of all Enterococcus species and strains in poultry, cattle, or pigs. In the USA, probiotics used as feed supplements, termed as direct-fed microorganisms, include six species of enterococci as safe; they include E. faecium but exclude E. faecalis.

Following are the cultures available:


Product Benefits General Health benefits which include treatment and prevention of diarrhoea and constipation with immunity enhancement.
Available Potency 5 billion CFU /g to up to 900 billion CFU/g
Description White/Off white to Brown/Light brown Powder with characteristic odor respect to potency concentration
Moisture content Less than 5%
Pack Size 5 Kg Pack (5X5) with 25 Kg Drum pack size
Storage Store in a Cool & Dry Place, away from Direct sunlight or heat. However, it is advisable to store the product, in its original packing, at temperature below 10°C and under low humidity conditions for longer shelf life and efficacy.
Handling It is advisable to open the package after bringing it to room temperature and under low Relative Humidity Conditions (less than 40%).
Shelf Life 18 months when stored in original packing and under defined storage conditions
Pathogens E. coli : Absent
Salmonella :
Staphylococcus : Absent
Pseudomonas : Absent