ProBiovision AccuteStops the diarrhea in a natural way
6 chewable tablets
Thyndalyzed bacteria are heat treated lactic acid bacteria, which inhibit invasive pathogens in the intestine by increasing immune activity. The thyndalized bacteria adhere to intestinal wall, which prevent pathogenic bacteria from colonizing and entering into the blood stream.
Probiovision Acute has residual bacteriocins from the cell culture, which have a selective bacteriostatic activity and bacteriocidal effect on specific pathogenic bacteria and does not effect the beneficial cacteria.
Probiovision Acute is a combination of several strains of tyndalized bacterial cultures, which offers a broad spectrum of pathogen inactivation and helps to detoxify the intestines very quickly after ingestion. It is natural product with no side effects.
Probiovision Acute is effective in case of:
- Acute diarrhea
- Balance the normal rithm of peristaltic
- Disbalance of the intestine system due to contaminated food or water
Daily dose of Probiovision Acute (2 tablets) content:
Thyndalized Lactobacilus Acidophilus – 8 billions
Thyndalized Lactobacilus Casei – 4 billions
Thyndalized Streptococcus Termophilus – 4 billions
Tyndalized L. Acidophilus works just as efficiently as loperamide (1)
Every tablet Probiovision Acute content 8 billion thindalized bacteria
2 tablets Probiovision Acute should be taken for 3 days. The first day take 2 tablets at once to stop the diarrhea. The next two days take 1 tablet in the morning and 1 tablet in the evening to avoid the relapse.
For babies and kids – levigate the tablets and mix it with infant formula or food or give it directly.
Can be used by babies above 3 months, kids and adults.
Keep out of the reach of children, at room temperature and protected from moisture.
Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet.
Free of GMO, allergens, lactose and gluten
Produced by European GMP.
- Boulloche J, et al. Management of acute diarrhoea in infants and young children: controlled study of the antidiarrhoeal efficacy of killed L. acidophilus (LB strain) versus a placebo and a reference drug (loperamide). Ann Pediatr 1994;41:457-63