Microbiome Support 3 supplies a proprietary blend of herbs and herbal extracts, which function to support healthy GI function. Herbs, spices and botanical preparations often exhibit antimicrobial properties due to a wide array of terpenoid and polyphenolic compounds.
Tinospora cordifolia – This Ayurvedic herb, commonly used for G. I. tract disturbances and skin rashes as found with eczema and psoriasis, contains giloin, gilenin, and tinosporine.
Equisetum arvense (Horsetail) – Used as a source of silica.
Thymus vulgarls – This herb contains several fungicides including thymol.
Tebebuia species (Pau D’Arco) – Contains antifungal properties.
Sida cordifolia – This Ayurvedic herb contains mulhela alkaloids, resins and phytosterols. Traditionally used as a stimulant and to alleviate symptoms of dysentery.
Olea suropaea (Olive Leaf)- Contains antifungal and antiviral polyphenols.