(Probiotic + Prebiotic)
REGULATES AND MAINTAINS INTESTINAL MICROFLORA
caps x 10
caps x 20
What is SYNBIOTIC?
SYNBIOTICS are complex preparations of the latest generation, which include probiotics and prebiotics.
PROBIOTICS – live microbes, components of the normal intestinal microflora. They normalize the intestinal microbial balance. At the same time they suppress the development of pathogenic strains and strengthen the barrier function of the intestinal tract. Participate in the synthesis and assimilation of substances that the body needs, incl. amino acids, fatty acids, various coenzymes and vitamins.
PREBIOTICS– substances which in unchanged form reach the various parts of the intestinal tract, where they stimulate the development and activity of certain groups of probiotic microorganisms and increase the functional status of the immune system.
SYNBIOTICS have gathered all the useful properties of probiotics and prebiotics, and are the most effective class of drugs with the function of regulating and maintaining the balance of the intestinal microflora. The normal intestinal microflora is in dynamic equilibrium. There are many reasons why there is a change in the ratio of normal microflora in the digestive tract. These changes can be both short-term – dysbacterial reactions and long-term – dysbacteriosis
What is dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis)?
DYSBIOSIS (DYSBACTERIOSIS)– syndrome of disturbed normal qualitative and quantitative balance of the microbial population in the gastrointestinal tract.
Intestinal dysbacteriosis is considered a complex of symptoms, not a disease. It is quite obvious that intestinal dysbacteriosis is secondary, ie. consequence of an underlying disease. It is in this explains the absence of such a diagnosis as “dysbiosis” or “bowel dysbacteriosis,” in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10)
Main reasons causing dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis):
Adoption of antibiotics sulfanilamindni preparations
Various malfunctions of the gastrointestinal intestinal tract
Weakening of the immune system
Various gastrointestinal infections
Incomplete, incl. malnutrition
Reactions of the body in DYSBIOSIS (DYSBACTERIOSIS)
Digestive system: decreased and no appetite; belching; nausea and vomiting; aerophagia; bad (rotten) breath; metallic taste in the mouth; increased salivation; flatulence; bloating; spasms of the colon and abdominal pain; increased gas evolution; itching and burning in the anus; feeling weak in the anus; disturbance in the work of the sphincter of the rectum; diarrhea; constipation. Disorders of the digestive system lead to the development of beriberi – most often B vitamins. The first sign is a violation of the motor function of the digestive tract with a feeling of slackness and lethargy, sleep disturbance, B-12 deficiency anemia.
Weight loss: not gaining weight; weight loss; body weight deficit; non-assimilation of proteins.
Skin and mucous membrane changes: pallor; gray skin tone; dryness and flaking of the skin; reduced elasticity; erosion in the corners of the lips; thrush; inflamed, dry and cracked lips, aphthae and enanthemas of the mucous membranes of the gums and oral cavity; changes in the mucous membranes and skin in the area of the anus.
Disorders of the general condition of the body: intoxication, dehydration.
Conditions of the body that occur against the background of dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis):
• Reproduction of pathogenic microflora and the development of intestinal infections
• Development of allergies
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Functional constipation
• Functional diarrhea
How can dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis) be affected?
The main method of solving the problem of dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis) is by external replenishment of the intestinal microflora with the deficient components of the normal microflora, and also creating conditions in the intestinal tract for their selective reproduction and suppression of the development of pathogenic flora.
|Deficit group||Deficiency by types of normal intestinal microflora|
|bifido + lacto
bifido + E.Coli
bifido + entero
lacto + E.Coli
lacto + entero
E.Coli + entero
|bifido + lacto + E.Coli
bifido + lacto + entero
bifido + E.Coli + entero
lacto + E.Coli + entero
|Lacto + Bifidus + E. coli + entero|
Apparently, only a complex synbiotic, which contains the four main genera of intestinal bacteria: Bifidobacteria, Lactobacilli, Escherichia and Enterococci, and the environment for their development (prebiotic), will be able to simultaneously fill the deficit in the normal intestinal microflora of its main components. Such a product is ENTEROFLORID.
ENTEROFLORID is a complex SYNBIOTIC, with a high effect in dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis) of various origins, as well as in other dysfunctions of the gastrointestinal tract.
ENTEROFLORID – composition
Each capsule of 300 mg contains:
Probiotic component: live, lyophilized cells, components of the normal intestinal microflora, a total of not less than 108(one hundred million) including the content of the individual components:
(Bifidobacterium bifidum I, Bifidobacterium longum)
|not less than 10 6|
(Lactobacillus fermentum, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus acidofillum)
|not less than 10 6|
|not less than 10 6|
|not less than 10 6|
Prebiotic component: inulin – 25 mg, fructooligosaccharide – 25 mg
Other ingredients: lactose – 50 mg, potato starch to form a capsule of 300 mg
ENTEROFLORID – mechanism of action:
• Simultaneously effective in all forms of dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis) – group I, group II, group III and group IV
• Stimulates the settlement and development in the intestines of these representatives of the normal (beneficial) microflora, the deficiency of which is diagnosed
• Resistant to sulfonamides and antibiotics from the group of: penicillin, lincomycin, aminoglycosides and tetracycline
• Normalizes maintains the microbiocenosis of the gastrointestinal tract
• Eliminates both the signs of dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract and the causes of their occurrence – dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis)
• Improves metabolic processes, prevents the formation of long-term forms of intestinal dysfunction, increases the non-specific resistance of the body
• Suppresses the development of pathogenic (not pathogenic) intestinal microorganisms
• No contraindications and side effects
When to take ENTEROFLORID?
• Dysbiosis (dysbacteriosis) of various origins, including as a result of taking:
• Diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating
• Intestinal dysfunction or excretion of pathogenic and opportunistic microorganisms
• In the postclinical period after acute intestinal infections
ENTEROFLORID – dosage and method of administration:
Adults: 1 capsule 3 times a day, or 1 capsule 2 times a day (morning and evening), 20-30 minutes before meals.
Children: from 1 to 2 years – 2 capsules 2 times a day; from 2 to 12 years – 1 capsule 2 times a day, 20-30 minutes before meals. In young children, it is recommended that the contents of the capsule be dissolved in a small amount of boiled water at room temperature and drunk as a suspension.
Duration of use: The duration of one course is 7-14 days, and depending on the condition can last up to 1 month.
Package: 10 capsules in a PVC blister; 1 or 2 blisters (10 or 20 capsules) in a cardboard box, together with a leaflet.
Shelf life: 3 years. Do not use after the expiry date stated on the pack.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose!
Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet!
Store below 25 ° C! Beware of light!
Keep out of reach of children!
Pharmaceutical Company JSC BIOPHARM, Georgia, 380060 Tbilisi, 3 Gotua Str.