Bio-Botanical Research Inc., formulators of Biocidin®, provide professional-grade, broad-spectrum formulations for those with GI, oral, systemic, and biofilm concerns. Biocidin®, the flagship formula, is a combination of 17 botanicals, and has been revered as one of the preeminent nutritional solutions by leading practitioners for its ease of use and versatility.
A baby’s microbiome, or the “baby biota,” is a major factor in child development, spanning immunity (both competence and tolerance) to neurologic health. It is unique in its composition, responding and changing as the child… Read More
How is your stress response? Is it easy for you to find calm when you’re under stress? Your answer depends partly on what is growing in your gut. Starting with inoculation during delivery - and continuing through the lifespan, the gut microbiome… Read More
Healthy smiles begin with a healthy mouth, right? Then why do so many people who brush and floss diligently still have serious dental concerns? Bleeding gums, tooth decay, periodontal issues. These are some of the most common conditions globally –… Read More
The physiology of histamine is complex and diverse. Clinical symptoms can be random and widespread, affecting the gut, skin, heart, brain, joints, and more. Please join Dr. Jocelyn Strand, Director of Clinical Research & Education for Biocidin… Read More
Hormone-based issues are common in clinical practice and can feel complex. Yet the answer may be surprisingly simple. Research shows the microbiome plays a role in regulating estrogen levels and related conditions. That’s why establishing healthy… Read More
Pop Quiz! What trick do microorganisms use to avoid antibiotics, antimicrobials, and immune system activity? Need a hint? This tactic also contributes to toxic load, refractory illness, and oral health concerns. Last hint: Foreign objects like implants… Read More
Don't Hold Your breath!
Respiratory health is top of mind for everyone these days. and the importance of microbial balance in maintaining pulmonary health and resilience is emerging.
Recent research shows a direct link between the pulmonary, oral and… Read More
Various candida organisms can be a normal inhabitant of the digestive system and part of our microbiome in low levels. However, candida has the potential to overpopulate the bowel leading to various symptoms of bloating, gas, constipation, etc. Candida… Read More