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surprise
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I've never taken/ owned this type before-
SBO (soil based organisms) probiotics

They have fewer strains per capsule, I don't really recognize some of the strains, but the claim is this type of probiotic

has the ability to colonize the gut/ intestines better.
Wondering if anyone had feedback?
Thank you.

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Lyme positive PCR blood, and
positive Bartonella henselae Igenex, 2011.
low positive Fry biofilm test, 2012.
Update 7/16- After extensive treatments,
doing okay!

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I used Prescript Assist Pro for years while on heavy duty abx and don't have any problems now or then. An integrative LLMD suggested this for us.
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GretaM
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I remember Brussels had a post about a friend eating a spoonful of soil to replenish gut biome.

Made me cringe at the time (my mind thought-parasites!), but I think there is something to it, as babies seem to instinctually enjoy eating dirt. So do animals now that I think of it...

I see a lot of products now touting hume (sp?) and soil based good bacteria.

I think there is something to it for sure.

And I know this much...I would much rather stroll out to the garden and eat a spoonful of dirt than ever ever ever deal with a non-LL gastro again.

Non-LL docs...argh blood boiling here!

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