Erceflora (Bacillus Clausii)
Erceflora (Bacillus clausii)
Active ingredients- Bacillus clausii
Mechanism of action
Erceflora is a solution made up of Bacillus clausii spores, regular microorganisms living in the intestine, devoid of any pathogenic controls. When used orally, Bacillus clausii spores, owing to their elevated opposition to both physical and chemical agents, crosses over the obstacle of the gastric juices reaching undamaged the GI tract where they are changed into metabolically dynamic vegetative cells.
The use of Bacillus clausii adds to the prompt revitalization of the intestinal microbial flora changed at some point in the course of microbial problems of dissimilar derivation. Bacillus clausii is competent of generating different vitamins, normally group B vitamins; therefore it assists in rectifying the consequential vitamin problems due to chemotherapeutic and antibiotics agents in particular.
Again, the high quantity of heterologous opposition to the antibiotics encourages synthetically, offers for the formation of the restorative foundation for thwarting the modification of the intestinal microbial flora, following the careful action of antibiotics, in particular the wide range ones or to re-institute its equilibrium.
Used in patients suffering from severe diarrhea for over two weeks because of drugs, infection or poisons, also used in treating constant or chronic diarrhea for over two weeks.
Erceflora (Bacillus clausii) may also be prescribed for other ailments not listed above.
Dosage and administration
Use at standard gaps (normally 3 to 4 hours), thin the content of the bottle in milk, sweetened water, orange juice or tea. It can be used with or without food.
Adults: Generally two to three vials of 2 billion per 5 mL suspension.
Children (Between 2 to 11 yrs): one to two vials of 2 billion per 5 mL suspension.
Infants greater than month: one to two vials of 2 billion per 5 mL suspension.
Shake properly before use.
For the duration of antibiotic treatment, Erceflora must be used in the gap between the doses of the antibiotics.
Erceflora (Bacillus clausii) doesn’t cause drowsiness, and hence does not hinder with the capability to drive or operate heavy machinery.
Use in pregnancy and lactation: There are no reports of any adverse reactions about the administration of Erceflora (Bacillus clausii) at some stage in pregnancy as well as lactation.