Bacillus licheniformis (MBPL - BLM21)
B. licheniformis is used to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. It also produces protease, an enzyme which is necessary for proper gut health.
Bacillus licheniformis is one of the most important bacteria in industrial enzyme production.
B. licheniformis to form endospores allows it to survive in the harsh environments required to manufacture industrial enzymes, chemicals, and antibiotics.
B. licheniformis ability to release an enzyme that breaks down external DNA may aid in breakdown of dental biofilms or plaque.
Bacillus licheniformis produces a spectrum of B vitamins in the digestive tract, including folic acid and biotin.
Potency: Up to 200 Billion