Lycium Barbarum (Polysaccharides), Cellulose (Polysaccharides), Vitis Vinifera Seed Extract (Polyphenols), Vaccinium Angustifolium (Pectin & Anthocyanin), Citrus Bioflavonoids, Bacillus Subtilis.
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The symbiotic relationship of microbiome and host
Our collective knowledge regarding the interactions between microbiome and host has experienced a vast developmental period in recent decades. The resident microbiome of the honeybee, like that of all species investigated to date, produces a wide range of metabolites that support the metabolic functions of the honeybee.
The resident microbiome of the honeybee acquires substrate molecules by way of the honeybee’s dietary intake of pollen & nectar. These substrate molecules have been identified in recent research to include Polysaccharides, Polyphenols, Anthocyanins, and Bioflavonoids, as well as the beneficial interactions with transient environmental microorganisms such as Bacillus Subtilis.
During this developmental phase of BIO-ACTIVATOR and BIO-CONTROL, we remained focused on two primary objectives:
Identify the substrate molecular structures and transient microorganisms present within floral pollen and nectar identified to play a supportive role in the regulation of the honey bee microbiota.
Formulate a compositional mimicry profile, as precisely as possible.