Detailed introduction


Lactobacillus rhamnosus Lr-G14

Strains introduction

Lactobacillus rhamnosus is one of the most researched probiotic belongs to Lactic Acid Bacteria (Lactobacillus spp), it can be found in the human gut-intestinal tract, urinary tract etc. It is a short Gram-positive facultative anaerobic rod that often appears in chains, it does not include the plasmid from the gene analysis. As a facultative anaerobic bacteria, it can grow in both oxygen residual or not, can grow better at the aerobic condition, even can survive in the Nitrogen Dioxide condition, its metabolism can digest the monosaccharides, but can not digest and utilize lactose. As the typical Lactic Acid Bacteria, its metabolism can produce Lactic Acid, Acetic Acid etc, hence it can inhibit and defend the pathogenic’s infection. It can survive in gastro-acid/bile salt/enzyme digestion pressure condition, as well has a good colonization ability in the human gut-intestinal & urinary tract condition.


1) Medication, HealthCare, Dietary Supplements, in forms of capsules, tablet, sachets/strips, drops etc. 2) Food applicated products, juices, gummies, chocolate, candies, bakeries etc. 3) Dairy products, like yoghurts etc. 4) Pets foods/Animal feed additives etc.


(1) Gut-flora balance (2) Helps fight intestinal tract illnesses, like IBS, IBD, (3) Suppresses Bacterial Infections in renal patients (4) Assists in prevention of urinary tract infections (5) Helps to build a superior immune system (6) Anti-allergy (7) Aids in dairy product digestion among the lactose-intolerant (8) Decreases duration of diarrhea (9) Weight management (10) Respiratory tract infection recovery (11) Atopic dermatitis, eczema release (12) Stress and anxiety management