Rebalance gut health after taking antibiotics with our revolutionary probiotics

Support your gut health.

Our targeted formula creates the right environment to enable friendly bacteria to flourish again as your body rebuilds its ecosystem and you begin to feel better. 

How Antibiotic Antidote works

If you need to take antibiotics, we want you to know you don’t need to accept what it does to your body afterwards. When antibiotics are taken, not only do they kill the pathogen(s) causing our illness and side effects, but they also destroy the good bacteria and we need for optimal health. Gastrointestinal upset, skin irritation, and compromised brain function are some affects you can expect from taking antibiotics. 

Antibiotic Antidote helps reclaim the normal balance 

of bacteria in the gut and promotes immune health.

Antibiotic Antidote creates the right environment to enable friendly bacteria to flourish again as your body rebuilds its ecosystem and you begin to feel better. Take it after you’ve finished your prescribed course of antibiotics. You’ll be glad you did.

Antibiotics destroy or slow down bacterial growth and leave the immune system compromised. While the process of gut restoration can take several months to re-establish itself, taking our unique probiotic is an easy way to support your immune system and your journey to better health.

Our eight-strain formula includes four keystone strains that are proprietary to us and work in harmony with the other four strains to form a stable, sustainable community that allows the gut microbiome to produce the necessary metabolites to promote a healthy living. We also include a versatile bacterium that comes from the soil. Our ancestors came encountered soil every day. Our modern lifestyles have taken us far away from the many beneficial microbes that are found in soil. 

The benefits of Antibiotic Antidote

• Targets free radicals generated by antibiotic use (as well as disease and other exposures). 

• Protects the gut from oxidative stress by increasing reduced glutathione.

• Decreases cellular inflammation by making more butyrate. Butyrate also improves brain health and protects the lining of the gut.

• Reduces pathogens by producing bacteriocins and increasing competition for nutrients in the gut.

• Strengthens mucosal immunity by creating muramyl dipeptides known to stimulate immune cells.

• Balances pH in the gut. By neutralizing excess acid production and creating a welcoming environment for less acid strains for a more diverse microbiome. 

Key strains that differentiate Antibiotic Antidote

Bacillus subtilis (DE111® by Deerland))

enhances immune function and pathogen control, helps regulate with both diarrhea and constipation by maintaining gastrointestinal health. It also produces anti-inflammitory compounds, antioxidans and other metabolites to promote overall health.

Lactobacillus plantarum (TBC0036™) is one of our proprietary strains proven, through genetic analysis, to produce butyrate and reduce glutathione shown to decreases inflammation and oxidative stress. In addition, this strain produces antibacterial substances which target pathogens, and restore your gut microbiota. 

Lactobacillus ruminis (TBC0073™)is a proprietary strain from BiotiQuest. Its primary job is immune modulation and pathogen control by producing antimicrobial substances. This strain is a strong inhibitor of food-borne pathogens like Listeria and Salmonella. Additionally, by virtue of its genetic potential it enhances gut health.

Leuconostoc mesenteroides (TBC0037™)is the principal converter of sugars into mannitol.It produces anti-inflammatory substances, protects the gut lining, and makes vitamin B12. B12 keeps nerves and blood cells healthy and helps make, DNA, the genetic material in all cells.

Our formulas are balanced for sustained action, which means they work longer and are stronger. Restore the balance of bacteria in your gut and rediscover your best health. Order today!

Rebuild your gut ecosystem.

Antibiotic Antidote – the smart way to get your body back on track after taking antibiotics.

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