Beneficial for the stomach and intestinesThe intestine, as the largest organ in (the abdomen?) area, has a dual task: intake of food and excretion of used substances. The mucosa in the healthy small intestine has a basic pH of between 7 and 8.2, whereas acute pH values between 5 and 6 prevail in the large intestine. These pH-values are decisive for stable defenses, because in certain mucous membrane environments the nesting of unwanted germs and toxins is prevented. If the intestinal flora is intact, germs, bacteria, fungi and antigens have no chance. A healthy gut lives in harmony with digestive juices and bacteria.
People with chronic hyperacidity can have pH changes in the intestinal mucosa and their nature. As a result of an abnormal gut flora with fermentation and putrefaction, with constipation and self-poisoning (intoxication), is formed. Now, if the gut is our biggest immune organ, then in malfunction of the immune system, for example in an allergy, this organ is always involved.
Many factors determine which of the largely unknown types of bacteria live in what quantities within us, particularly the pH environment, our genes, antibiotics and our diet. Shift work and long-distance travel also influence the intestinal flora. The bacterial culture in the gut also determines whether we have a healthy digestion or not.
For centuries, fermented milk products have been used in a wide variety of crops. However, in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), fermented herbal extracts are considered to be the most effective.
Probiotic microorganisms regulate the acid-base balance. The herbal extract has a beneficial effect on the stomach and intestines. The seven probiotics, lactobacillus acidophilis, bifidobacterium animalis, streptococcus thermophilus, lactobacillus casei, lactobacillus lactis susp. lactis, lactobacillus lactis susp. lactis biov. diacetyllactis and leuconostoc pseudomesenteroides develop their special effect especially in this combination.