Ormus EM Probiotics bacteria grown on a medium of
Organic Black Strap Molassas, Liquid Ormus Minerals, Liquid Fulvic Acits, Barley
Malt Syrup, Azomite, Sea Salt, Himalayan Crystal
| Directions for use
A initial dosage of 5ml per day before
breakfast is recommended for a period of 5 days, followed by an ongoing
dosage of 10ml per day.
A dosage of 20-30ml per day may be useful
where beneficial results are evident or desired during illness. The probiotic can
be taken with juice. The best times are
first thing in the morning and last at night.
This probiotic is alive and should be
kept at room temperature in a cool, shady place and NOT
stored in a refrigerator.
The bottle is best kept air tight and where necessary decanter the probiotic
into smaller bottles to minimise the air gap above the liquid.
And like any life-based organisms (including you!), keep it away from
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" I have some really good news that I think most of you will
find very interesting.
For about a week now, I've been ingesting large amounts of a probiotic brew
called Effective Microorganisms (EM). I have Crohn's disease. Results have been
rather astonishing! Initially, I went through a rough couple of days with increased
D and gas. I reckon this was because of a major shift in intestinal flora balance.
Then, things calmed down to a level I've never experienced before. I feel very
robust in my abdomen and I've had LOTS of energy and very good BMs (Bowel
Results of Trials
This formulation has been trialed by
others (about 30 volunteers for about 18 months) and the feedback
· Improved blood/biochemistry
in pathology report)
Improved digestion and assimilation of
· Significant improvement in
diseases, eg. Crohn’s disease
· Less mucous
· Greater alertness and
· Improved varicose
· Regularity of bowels, and less
abdominal pains and bloating
· Improvement in fungal
· Faster recovery from
· Stability with
· Improved hair growth and
Ormus Minerals Probiotics
Here is more info on the PNSB
bacteria and other strains you was asking about. Ormus Minerals
Probiotics is a liquid blend of beneficial and efficient microorganisms,
which include enhanced levels of phototrophic, purple non-sulfur bacteria
(PNSB). These microorganisms, when introduce in to any
living system, promote the growth of naturally occurring beneficial bacteria to
achieve a healthy microbial balance.
The purple photosynthetic microbes present in Ormus Minerals
Probiotics at enhanced levels have powerful detoxifying, antioxidative and
anti- entropic properties. These properties have the ability to reduce levels of
certain toxins, toxic gases, odors and can help to re-establish a wide range of
effective and beneficial microorganisms* in an otherwise polluted or unbalanced
In general, effective microorganisms such as those from the Phototrophic
group can utilize both inorganic and organic materials as hydrogen donors and are
capable of growing in light and/or dark conditions of which the microbes will
require different growth factors. Basic hydrogen evolution during breakdown of
fatty acid is as follows.
Phototrophic bacteria are known to play an important role in carbon
assimilation and nitrogen fixation. They can be found in extreme condition where
temperature ranges from 0-90°C or at the depth of 2,000m. They can convert sunlight
to cellular energy by absorbing atmospheric carbon dioxide or breakdown inorganic
as well as organic carbon and converting it to biomass. This microbe can also
degrade and recycle a variety of aromatic compounds that comprise lignin, the main
constituent of wood and the second most abundant polymer on earth.
Rhodopseudomonas palustris contained in Ormus Minerals
Probiotics, for example, is acknowledged by microbiologists to be one of
the most metabolically versatile bacteria ever described. Not only can it convert
carbon molecules into cell material but nitrogen gas into ammonia, and it can
produce hydrogen gas. It grows both in the absence and presence of oxygen. In the
absence of oxygen, it prefers to generate all its energy from light by
R. palustris also can increase biomass by degrading organic compounds
including such toxic compounds as 3chlorobenzoateto cellular building blocks. When
oxygen is present, R. palustris generates energy by degrading a variety of carbon
containing compounds (including sugars, lignin monomers, polymers and methanol) and
by carrying out respiration.
•Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis
* Streptococcus spp. are catalogued as Enterococcus spp. on the list of organisms
approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).
Purple non-sulfur bacteria are found among the alpha and beta subgroups,