Supports the growth of two probiotic strains, Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus species, while inhibiting the growth of dysbiotic bacteria. Moreover, it can increase stool frequency, improve stool form and maintain bowel integrity.
Anaerostipes caccae MS01
Is protective against an allergic response to food. Cross-feeds with Bacteroides and Bifidobacterium species.
A soil-based, gram-positive probiotic species famous for producing beneficial enzymes. Has detergent qualities and can help ‘digest’ dirt and grime. As a component of the oral microbiome, it helps prevent teeth-cavities.
Administering this beneficial bacterium can provide support to physiological, neurological, and immunological anomalies.
Bacteroides ovatus MS02
Immunomodulator shown to down regulate expression of important receptors involved in viral invasion.
Bacteroides uniformis MS03
Our unique probiotic generates short-chain fatty acids via cross-feeding, colonization resistance, optimizing Th1/Th2/reducing autoimmune disorders.
Both Bifidobacterium and Faecalibacterium interact with Bacteroidetes. Moreover, Bifidobacterium produces acetate to protect the host from infection and it feeds Faecalibacterium.
A valuable species often in short supply in adults’ G.I. tracts. Makes nascent B vitamins, helps regulate intestinal terrain, and helps digest milk products.
This famous psychobiotic species supports normal natural inflammatory activities of the intestines and brain.
Keystone organism for brain health, often found deficient in the G.I. when studying neurologically associated conditions.
Research in healthy adults indicates Bifidobacterium infantis can reduce systemic pro-inflammatory biomarkers in both gastrointestinal and non-gastrointestinal conditions.
These data show that the immunomodulatory effects of the microbiota in humans are not limited to the mucosal immune system but extend to the systemic immune system.
Bifidobacterium lactis Bi-07
Research studies suggest Bifidobacterium species provide added benefits to overall skin microbial performance, resulting in lower skin dysbiosis and inflammatory responses.
Bifidobacterium lactis HN019
Bifidobacterium animalis susp. lactis, can modify the known genetic predisposition to skin dysbiosis conferred by genetic variation in the Toll-like receptor (TLR) genes in high risk populations. Provides immune benefits to individuals by improving the phagocytic activity of immune cells.
Probiotic, supports a healthy digestive tract and assists in defending against unwanted species.
In clinical trials with people suffering from anger, hostility, anxiety, and depression, this psychobiotic species excelled in supporting the body’s normal neurotransmitter balance.
Long associated with normal brain and vision health via their flavones and antioxidants, blueberries also provide prebiotic fibers that support brain health and longevity.
A very rich source of essential GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid), with a long history of supporting normal skin health.
The main lipid classes present in the skin matrix. Topical ceramides restore the altered skin barrier in dermatitis.
Clostridium symbiosum MS04
Important probiotic for nutrient assimilation; enriched in the microbiota of healthy aging populations.
Coconut Oil (Tree Nut)
A source of medium chain triglycerides – a type of saturated fat that supports skin tone.
Collinsella aerofaciens MS05
Clinically important proprietary organism reduced in people with GI symptoms including IBS.
Considered a “medicinal mushroom” that provides prebiotic fibers that support balanced immunological processes.
Salt (K2 HPO4). Supports phage viability by modeling a component of their seawater aquatic environment.
DPM – Deoxynojirimycin polysaccharides (from Morus alba)
From the white mulberry tree, this prebiotic supports the oral microbiome, the brain’s normal glucose metabolic activities, as well as the brain’s oversight on glucose metabolic activities throughout the body.
A gram positive probiotic species that produces beneficial lactic acid that competes with harmful organisms for adhesion sites in the intestines
Faecalibacterium prausnitzii MS07
A gram-positive, rod bacteria long considered commensal, but now a new generation probiotic producing functional metabolites. Low levels are often found in people suffering from GI issues and depression.
A non-digestible food that beneficially affects the human host by stimulating the growth and activity of intestinal probiotic bacterial species such as bifido and lacto bacteria in the colon. Such species directly support the intestinal immune system processes by inhibiting unwanted species such as E-coli, clostridia, and salmonella species.
Grape Seed Oil
Supports skin health via its rich array of phyto-antioxidants and whole Vitamin E Complex. Often used in hair products for its effectiveness in nourishing hair and may assist in blocking the unwanted effects of DHT – a hormone that causes hair loss.
An Ayurvedic prebiotic with a long history of supporting normal neurological balance, normal cholesterol synthesis activities and healthy skin.
A source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids including GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid), and has an established reputation for supporting smooth skin.
Immunoglobulin Y (IgY)
Has functional similarities to Immunoglobulin E. Supports the immune preoccupation with dysbiotic bacterial species. Intestinal immunological balance is reflected in the brain via the gut-brain connection.
A short-chain carbohydrate that is resistant to digestion and is not utilized in the body, but is important for the body’s glycemic balance, dental health and immune support. Studies point to its ability to reduce intestinal gas production.
A rich source of whole spectrum Vitamin E and B Complex.
A natural moisturizer used by the Hawaiians for hundreds of years, and is touted to support normal wound healing; a rich source of antioxidants.
When taken orally, L. casei showed marked improvement of skin barrier function. Also, analysis of clinical data revealed a significant reduction in skin flakiness on the patient’s face. Formerly Lactobacillus casei.
A psychobiotic (probiotic) species with research denoting support of insulin sensitivity as well as elevation of glutathione.
Science reports that this species produces biosurfactants which can interrupt pathogenic biofilm adherence to tissues. Formerly Lactobacillus paracasei.
Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HN001
Studies provide evidence for the efficacy in the development of skin tight junctions and possibly also skin sensitization in young people. The absence of a similar effect for other probiotics indicates that benefits may be species specific. Formerly Lactobacillus rhamnosus.
Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus GG
Has remarkable tolerance for the harsh acids normally found in the stomach and digestive tract, and assists in crowding out unwanted organisms in the intestines. Formerly Lactobacillus rhamnosus.
Scientific studies have identified this psychobiotic species as one that supports the body’s normal stress response.
This species has many beneficial roles, including the regulation of enteric nervous system behavior.
Lactobacillus delbruekii ssp bulgaricus
Has shown decreased activity in a functional network associated with emotional, somatosensory, and interoceptive processing, including the somatosensory cortex, the insula, and the periaqueductal gray.
Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis
Animal model Peyer’s patches and cervical lymph nodes indicated that the intake of L. lactis 11/19- B1 generally suppressed all subsets, Th1, Th2 and Th17, instead of activating Treg. Formerly Lactobacillus lactis.
Prevented stress-induced hypersensitivity or reduced the excitability of enteric neurons in models of mice colitis or of gut dysfunction.
Studies abound regarding stress support, cortisol balance, and sleep processes that are dependent on this species for neuron-activity balance.
Enhances protection against pathogens, modulates immune responses, affects the composition of the intestinal microbiota and removes allergens and undesired molecules.
In studies, this psychobiotic species excelled in supporting a balanced
psychological state and improving problem-solving capabilities in the human subjects.
Lactobacillus pentosus LPS01
Helps maintain intestinal barrier integrity by increasing Akkermansia abundance and production of metabolites that are beneficial for us.
A balanced prebiotic from colostrum, with a powerful influence on digestive health. Scientific studies demonstrate that lactoferrin supports not only the intestinal flora and terrain, but also exerts an antipathogenic influence by binding to the iron that symbiotic bacteria require for their life processes.
Latilactobacillus sakei subsp. sakei
Lactobacillus sakei, which was identified as a potentially protective species in sinus biomes. This occurs even in the context of depleted sinus bacterial communities. Sinus mucosal health is highly dependent on the composition of the resident microbiota. Formerly Lactobacillus sakei.
Studies have found that this probiotic can have a positive affect on mood and daily stress.
Ligilactobacillus salivarius LS-01
Studies show L. salivarius is associated with a significant improvement of clinical Atopic Dermatitis. Putatively modulating Th1/Th2 cytokine profiles is considered an important adjunctive therapy in the treatment of adult or childhood Atopic Dermatitis. Formerly Lactobacillus salivarius.
Limosilactobacillus fermentum If-15
Is a highly studied organism with robust influence on skin immune response. L. fermentum helps maintain skin health through immune education and normal inflammatory response. Formerly Lactobacillus fermentum.
Limosilactobacillus fermentum SBS-1
Is a highly studied organism with robust influence on skin immune response. L. fermentum helps maintain skin health through immune education and normal inflammatory response.
Administration induced colonization of the stomach, duodenum, and ileum of healthy humans; this is associated with significant alterations of the immune response in the gastrointestinal mucosa.
Lion’s Mane Mushroom (Hericium erinaceus)
Researched to support the normal intestinal tight function integrity. It is also scientifically classified as a nootropic that provides neuro-protective NGF (nerve growth factors) that support youthful brain function. Research shows that NGF can help support a positive mood.
Livaux® - Gold Kiwi
A pre-clinical and clinically studied Gold Kiwi. Its bioactive composition has been shown to benefit the digestion and laxation process and provide targeted prebiotic support with unique ability to increase the ratio of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii.
A source of Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids famous for nourishing the skin. Cited to help normal preservation of transepidermal water migration – thus an excellent moisturizer.
Salt (Magnesium Sulfate). Supports the viability of the phages modeling their seawater aquatic environment.
Among the most abundant phylum present on healthy skin, Micrococcus luteus is found as a commercial organism and is for the first time developed as a probiotic.
The family of long-tail Caudovirales bacteriophages. This component specifically and exclusively addresses certain prebiotic pathways for a normal intestinal microbiome.
Salt (Sodium Chloride). Supports the viability of the phages modeling their seawater aquatic environment.
The succinate and secondary bile acids produced by P. distasonis play key roles in the modulation of host metabolism, thus could exert protective effects against certain neurological and metabolic function.
Contains a special, essential fatty acid, n-3 linolenic acid that plays a major role in regulating normal inflammation processes in the skin. Also a source of the Omega-3 essential fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).
Bacteriocin-producing probiotic to inhibit pathogens without undesirable alterations in the normal flora.
The family of short, non-contractile-tail Caudovirales bacteriophages that prey specifically on certain species of bacteria. This component specifically and exclusively addresses certain prebiotic support for a healthy intestinal microbiome.
Polyphenolic compounds that include ellagic acid (EA) and ellagitannins (ET), such as punicalagin. These polyphenolic compounds are converted to EA by upper human gastrointestinal microbiota, and further metabolized by gut microflora in the large intestine into compounds called urolithins. Urolithin A has previously been shown to activate mitophagy, the recycling of defective cellular mitochondria, and to improve mitochondrial health in pre-clinical models of aging.
Peptones that support the viability of the phages in the microbiome.
Has documented beneficial effects on the gut microbiota and inflammation. Its presence within human intestinal microbiota is correlated with immuno-modulatory effects, mediated by both surface components and by secreted metabolites.
A unique probiotic with binding capacities for aflatoxin and dysbiotic causing organisms.
The family of short, non-contractile-tail Caudovirales bacteriophages that prey specifically on certain species of bacteria.
Roseburia hominis MS06
Human symbiont that promotes and regulates innate immunity through interactions with human genes.
Early clinical studies suggest that topical application of commensal organisms (i.e. Staphylococcus hominis or Roseomonas mucosa) reduces Atopic Dermatitis severity, which supports an important role for commensals in decreasing S. aureus colonization in patients.
An important yeast probiotic regulating intestinal microbial homeostasis, mucosa, immune responses and barrier function.
Sea Buckthorn Oil
Contains 190 nutrients including the rare Omega-7 fatty acid. A terrific cleanser and exfoliator of dead skin cells. Cited to help normal healing processes regarding sunburn and wounds.
A bacteriophage. This component specifically and exclusively engages its life cycle within certain species of bacteria rendering probiotic support for a healthy intestinal microbiome.
As a key microbe in healthy skin microbiota, S. epidermidis plays an important role in regulating skin microbiota through production of bacteriocins (natural inhibitors of other organisms). This is the first probiotic to offer S. epidermidis.
Another important part of our normal flora, S. xylosus helps maintain a healthy diversity on our skin. Skin bacteria such as Rothia nasimurium, S. aureus, S. lentus, and S. xylosus are also able to increase skin IL-17A+ T cells.
Streptococcus thermophilus St-21
Clinically useful in assisting with the reduction of uremic toxins in the intestines; also mitigates intestinal bacterial dysbiosis in the lumen.
Stimulates skin production of AMP, plus potentiates the functional activities of β-defensin.