What makes the Imsyser probiotic so unique??
Other than the probiotic being a uniquely designed fermented product producing amazingly instant results it also contains amongst other ingredients a few unique additions with their own unique benefits:
Kelp flourishes on rocky reefs off the coast of the western tip of Africa where the pristine, icy Benguela current sweeps up from Antarctica. The strength of this marine plant is due to the presence of high levels of organic gels within its kelp tissue. In addition to organic gels, the kelp has significant amounts of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and amino acids.
- Organic Gels: Kelp has a high content of organic gels including alginates.
- Enzymes: Kelp, due to its extremely fast growth rate, is a rich source of enzymes. The process applied to freshly harvested Kelp ensures that the fragile enzymes remain unaltered.
- Amino Acids: Amino acids, the building blocks of life, are present in kelp. Kelp contains 7 of the 9 essential amino acids and 7 of the 11 non-essential amino acids, thus 14 of the 20 amino acids necessary for human growth.
- Vitamins: The vitamins present in Kelp are in a natural, plant- based, easy-to-assimilate biological form.
Photosynthetic Bacteria – the key to the Imsyser Probiotic Culture. The photosynthetic or phototropic bacteria are a group of independent, self-supporting microbes, considered to be the most versatile bacteria in existence. In soils and plants, these bacteria synthesize useful substances from secretions of roots, organic matter and/or harmful gases (e.g. hydrogen sulphide), by using sunlight and the heat of soil as sources of energy. Useful substances developed by these microbes include amino acids, nucleic acids, bioactive substances and sugars, all of which promote growth and development. The metabolites developed by these microorganisms are absorbed directly into living organisms and act as substrates for increasing beneficial populations.
Phototropic bacteria are one of the key elements both in Imsyser’s structure and its workability and benefits. These microorganisms have been on Earth since before there was oxygen. They are, in fact, anaerobic and consume carbon dioxide, ammonia, methane and hydrogen-sulphide. In short: they survive by consuming toxins and pollutants. Even more importantly, however, phototropic microbes excrete oxygen, amino acids, antioxidants and other substances that enhance life. The aerobic bacteria then consume the oxygen generated by the phototropic bacteria and they in turn excrete carbon dioxide. This is food for the phototropic bacteria – which they readily consume.
- Lactic acid bacteria produce lactic acid from sugars and other carbohydrates, developed by photosynthetic bacteria and yeast. Therefore, some foods and drinks such as yogurt and pickles have been made with lactic acid bacteria for decades. However, lactic acid is a strong sterilizing compound, and suppresses harmful microorganisms and enhances decomposition of organic matter. Moreover, lactic acid bacteria promote the decomposition of material such as lignin and cellulose and ferment these materials, thereby removing undesirable effects of non-decomposed organic matter.
- Lactic acid bacteria have a number of well-established benefits. They can improve lactose digestion, play a role in preventing and treating diarrhoea and act on the immune system, helping the body to resist and fight infection. Several lactic acid bacteria may help prevent initiation of colon cancer. It has also been demonstrated that lactic acid bacteria slow the growth of experimental cancers.
Natural Beneficial Yeasts synthesize antimicrobial and other useful substances required for cellular growth from amino acids and sugars secreted by photosynthetic bacteria, organic matter and other microorganisms. The bioactive substances such as hormones and enzymes produced by yeasts promote active cell division. These secretions are also useful substrates for effective microbes such as lactic acid bacteria and actinomycetes.
NB: This product will not promote Yeast overgrowth such as Candida Albicans.
Vitamin A, carotene produced by Rhodopseudomonas palustris, is a known antioxidant and is beneficial for healthy skin, bones, and night vision.
Molasses is a healthful sweetener that contains significant amounts of a variety of minerals that promote good health.