Regulation of the microbiological population, namely in the intestinal tract, which leads to an increase in the immune system defense. Dys-symbiosis or dysbiosis can occur after repeated or long-term use of antibiotics or simply from a bacterial imbalance. Common symptoms associated with dysbiosis of the intestines are bloating, flatulence, tiredness, cramps, listlessness and susceptibility to infection.
Symbiosis controlling is especially helpful for illnesses of the lungs (e.g. bronchial asthma), the intestine tract (food allergies), the urinary tract (bladder infections) and disturbances of the immune defense system.