Three strains of bacteria derived from a single sample were donated by the University of Tokyo and the Medical University of Japan. They were obtained by an oral swab from a healthy, living infant.
This one-time collection of bacteria was then isolated, identified, purified and mass produced. The bacteria, acquired nearly thirty years ago, have been naturally replicated.
Q: Why Use Human Strains?
A: Human strain/natural probiotics are proven to be better at adhering to the human intestine.
Human strains are suitable for both production and survival in the human intestinal tract.
Bacteria derived from dairy and other sources are less likely to remain in the intestinal tract of humans. They may afford only temporary, if any, benefits. Human strains show better colonization and effectiveness.