What is Lactobacillus acidophilus?
Lactobacillus acidophilus is a naturally occurring bacterium that belongs to the Lactobacillus genus. Lactic acid is integral to the soil as it helps to remove pathogens that may cause harm to a plant’s root system. In addition, it also breaks down organic matter, which in turn prevents the excess accumulation of heat and gas. Lactobacillus acidophilus is found in a wide variety of environments, from the intestinal tracts of animals, soil, water, milk products, as well as manure. This particular bacteria is categorized as a probiotic and is commonly given to livestock, specifically young cattle, to promote intestinal health. At a temperature of 32-degrees, the bacteria is known for doubling its population within 20minutes, making it for a variety of applications relating to both livestock and farming.
Appearance: Brown/yellow powder
Minimum Viable Count: 10 Billion CFU/g
- Keep the product in a cool, dry place under average temperature.
- Avoid sun exposure.
- Seal after each use.
- Use regularly after opening.
Shelf Life: Freshness guaranteed for 18 months in well-sealed condition and stored at or below 18 C / 64 F. Do not freeze.
Warning: This product is not intended for human consumption.