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The release form: 90 capsules

Name in ENG: Super-Flora


Super-Flora from Coral Club:

•Restores healthy gut microflora

•Prevents the development of dysbacteriosis, flatus, heaviness in the stomach

•Improves metabolism and digestion

•Helps in the absorption of nutrients and other health-giving compounds

•Helps grow your own healthy gut microbiome

•Helps with minor food poisoning, allergies and gut infections

Coral Club offers the perfect solution:

Super-Flora is a high-efficacy synbiotic, made up of a balanced combination of probiotics (Bifidobacterium longum and Lactobacillus acidophilus) and prebiotics (inulin) that in combination provide real results for your gut microbiome. The ratio of lactobacillus to bifidobacterium corresponds to that found in a healthy digestive tract, and the inulin significantly improves the effectiveness of the probiotics and more importantly helps you grow your own personal microflora.

Super-Flora is the latest achievement in fixing the problem of dysbacteriosis. This product, made of high-quality raw materials and cutting edge technology while meeting all GMP requirements and industry quality standards.

Do you suffer from:

- flatus, bloating;

- irregular stool;

- chronic GI tract disease;

- Food poisoning or intestinal infection;

- Allergies, dermatitis;

- Metabolic disturbances;

- A poorly balanced diet (depleted of vitamins, minerals and fiber)?

What can you do? How can you protect your gut microbiome and how can you keep your body stocked with a balanced dosage of all the bacteria you need?

Super-Flora Main Components:


This well-known plant based prebiotic, is a source of dietary fiber required by the gastrointestinal tract. Inulin stimulates growth of the good bacteria already found in your large intestine, improving the health of your microbiome. Moreover, inulin is highly absorbent, improving intestinal peristalsis and helping to flush out toxins. 

Probiotics (bifidobacteria and lactobacillus) 

Healthy microorganism suppress the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract and help to restore a healthy microflora balance. 

They improve digestion and metabolism, and take part in the synthesis of the vitamins and enzymes your body needs to provide effective absorption of nutrients. 

They prevent food allergies and toxicoses and increase the body’s tolerance to pathogens by strengthening immune defense factors. 


Adults to take one capsule once per day with food. 


Bifidobacterium longum 3x109, inulin 25 mg, Lactobacillus acidophilus 2x109.

The following components are responsible for creating healthy gut flora:

Probiotics are live microorganisms that make up the basis of the body’s microbiome and maintain an optimum proportion of good bacteria while suppressing the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the GI tract, improving the overall functioning of the body. The most active and beneficial of the probiotics are bifidobacteria (longum) and lactobacillus (acidophilus). 

Bifidobacteria (Bifidobacterium longum) are the most numerous group of beneficial bacteria in the gut microbiome. The microflora of breastfed children are 80–90% composed of these bacteria. They hinder the growth and reproduction of harmful pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic bacteria in the GI tract, protecting the body from intestinal infections and fermentation in the gut. Along with other beneficial microorganisms they play an active role in digestion, accelerating the breakdown of proteins and carbohydrates, and improving the absorption of nutrients, generating their own enzymes to improve the digestive function.

Bifidobacteria take a part in the synthesis of many vitamins—K, B group, including B3 and B9, essential amino acids, improving calcium and vitamin D uptake. These bacteria actively create lactic acid, which also suppresses pathogenic bacteria in the GI tract. Thanks to bifidobacteria in the body, allergic reactions are lessened, the immune system in strengthened, and the digestive system begins functioning properly.

Lactic bacteria (Lactobacillus acidophilus), in distinction to bifidobacteria, reside in all sections of the GI tract. The name Lactobacillus translates from the latin as “bacteria living in milk.” In reality, lactobacillus has no relation to dairy products. On the contrary, these microorganisms are purposely added to cheeses, kefirs, yoghurts and buttermilk in order to obtain high-quality soured dairy products.

First and foremost, lactobacillus is extremely important for the normal functioning of the no less important bifidobacteria. Many experiments have proven that where lactobacillus is insufficient or lacking, sooner or later bifidobacteria numbers also decline.

Just like bifidobacteria, lactobacillus destroys pathogenic flora and helps to maintain a healthy balance in the microbiome. They effectively combat the dangerous helicobacter pylori, the cause behind gastritis, stomach ulcers, candida, streptococcus and staphylococcus.

One of the most important functions of lactobacillus is the role they play in the immune system. On the one hand, they adhere to the epithelium of the small intestine, reinforcing its barrier and defensive functions. On the other hand, the bacteria take part in the formation of immune cells, thanks to which the body is better equipped to resist various health-damaging factors (respiratory infections) and keep the whole immune system healthy.

Both types of beneficial microorganisms (bifidobacterium and lactobacillus) activate the body’s detoxification functions, reducing negative effects from pharmaceutical chemicals, low-quality food, flatus, heaviness in the stomach and nausea.

Prebiotics are a form of plant fiber, also referred to as insoluble plant fiber (contained in the majority of plants), that have a beneficial effect on the body’s microbiome. The term ‘prebiotic’ was coined in 1995 by food microbiology professor Glenn Gibson (Reading University, England). He defined it as follows: prebiotics are indigestible food components that improve health by selectively stimulating the growth or activation or one or several kinds of good bacteria in the large intestine. Later, Dr. M. B. Roberfroid (2007) defined prebiotics as food ingredients selectively digested by gut microorganisms that change the composition and activity of microflora, improving one’s general well-being

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