Live bacteria bacillus subtilis have a high antagonistic activity against pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic microorganisms (staphylococci, enterobacteria, yeast- like fungi of the genus Candida), and contribute to the normalization of the qualitative and quantitative composition of the intestinal microflora (bifidumbacteria, lactobacilli, Escherichia coli), and are characterized by antiviral activity as a result of the synthesis of α- 2 interferon. The antagonistic activity to the pustular flora in bacillus subtilis is the highest among all known probiotic bacteria.
1 sachet contains:
- bacillus subtilis 2×109 KUO / g (2%);
- lactobacillus acidophillus 2×109 KUO / g (2%);
- lactobacillus rhamnosus 2×109 KUO / g (2%);
- bifidobacterium longum 2×109 KUO / g (4%);
- lactulose (90%).
Lyophilized powder or porous mass in a sachet. 10 sachets per package, sachet weighing 2.0 g.
Pharmacological properties Rezistin
Live bacteria bacillus subtilis have a high antagonistic activity against pathogenic and opportunistic microorganisms (staphylococci, enterobacteria, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida), and contribute to the normalization of the qualitative and quantitative composition of intestinal microflora (bifidumbacteria, lactobacilli are also characterized by intestinal activity), and as a result of the synthesis of α -2 interferon. The antagonistic activity against the pyogenic flora in bacillus subtilis is the highest among all known probiotic bacteria.
Lactobacilli are typical representatives of the normal human intestinal microflora. These microorganisms are anaerobes, the end product of their metabolism is lactic acid (lactate), from where they get their name. Lactobacilli are involved in the synthesis of a number of important substances in intestinal education, including vitamins. They are most sensitive to adverse environmental factors (antibiotics, pathogenic bacteria), therefore, in dysbiotic conditions, it is the deficiency of lactobacilli that is most often observed. The lactobacillus rhamnosus strain plays an important role in the density of intercellular contacts of enterocytes and prevents the penetration of pathogenic bacteria from the lumen into the submucosa of the intestine.
Bifidobacteria are the most numerous representatives of normal human microflora. The role of bifidobacteria is most important in childhood. In babies who feed on breast milk, their number reaches 99% of the total microflora. The most typical representatives for humans are bifidobacterium bifidum and bifidobacterium longum (infantis). The latter of them is considered to be the most useful in terms of participation in metabolic processes in the human intestine, digestion of food and the formation of nonspecific resistance of the body.
Lactulose in Resistin acts as a prebiotic – a nutrient medium for lacto- and bifidobacteria. It purposefully accelerates the vegetation of lacto- and bifidobacteria specific to the human intestine and enhances their antagonistic properties in relation to the horse and other pathogenic flora. Also lactulose normalizes peristalsis and digestion in the intestines.
Method of administration and dosage
Children from 3 to 12 years old: 1 sachet 1 time per day 30 minutes before eating.
Adults and children over 12 years of age: 1 sachet 3 times a day 30 minutes before eating.
Dissolve the contents of the sachet in 30-50 ml of boiled chilled water. Dissolve the drug until a homogeneous suspension is formed, hold the exposure for 15-20 minutes. The resulting suspension should be drunk and washed down with a little water 30-40 minutes before meals. The diluted preparation cannot be stored.
It is not a drug. Without GMO.
Individual sensitivity to the components of the product, women during pregnancy and lactation. Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance. Before use, consult a doctor.
2 years from the date of manufacture.
Storage conditions Rezistin
In the original packaging, protected from light and out of reach of children, at a temperature from 2 ° C to 25 ° C.