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new triple strength probiotic + prebiotic


Promotes Healthy Gut Flora Reducing Stress & Anxiety

Aids in Nutrient Absorption


Reduce Gastroinstestinal Discomfort

Support Immune System Function


20 Billion CFU's per Recommended Serving Equine



B. coagulans LBSC, B. subtilis PLSSC and B. clausii 088AE

Probiotics originally found in soil and known for their protective endospore that acts as a shell that provides protection for the probiotic through processing, packaging, and stomach acid, to deliver more bacteria to the gut, where it is most needed. *


S. boulardii

A probiotic yeast first isolated in 1923 from lychee and mangosteen, this beneficial tropical yeast is one of the most studied probiotics and frequently used to support equine and canine gastrointestinal health. *


L. acidophilus 033AE, L. plantarum 022AE and L. casei 118AE

Probiotics found in fermented foods like yogurt and kimchi and known for their pervasive presence in most guts, these probiotics deliver diversity and repopulate a depleted gut. *


Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)

Short chains of plant-based sugars that occur naturally in onions, garlic, asparagus, bananas, and artichokes. Because they are not digestible, FOS travel intact to the colon and provide nourishment for probiotics so they can thrive and multiply in the gut. *


Rich in antioxidants, beta carotene, and vitamins A, C, and E, these superfoods are a tasty and nutrient dense way to improve your equine and canines' well-being. *


7 Diverse Strains of Human Grade Probiotic

Balance your partner's microbiome


ProBioquin ES7 Human-Grade ingredients made with your equine and canine companion in mind.  When it comes to what goes into our supplements, we don't mess around. Every ingredient is meticulously sourced and selected, ensuring your horse & dogs gets the most from each scoop. 

Survived on a NASA Satellite for 6 yrs!!


Listen to their GUT.....
Is your Horse not acting himself/herself? Maybe a little agitated, uneasy, anxious or stressed...they might just be trying to tell you something.

Embark on a Journey of Proven Effectiveness with Studies & Research...


Bacillus subtillis, PLSSC

Bacillus subtillis, a remarkable microorganism found in soil, possesses an extraordinary ability to withstand harsh conditions. It can endure extreme temperatures, whether freezing cold or scorching heat, and even thrive in disinfected environments. In fact, it is the very first gram positive bacteria to have been extensively studied. When faced with immense stress, Bacillus subtillis undergoes a remarkable transformation, forming spores and entering a dormant state. This incredible adaptation allows it to survive for extended periods, as demonstrated by its ability to persist for an astonishing 6 years on the exterior of a NASA satellite. The term "colony morphology" refers to how Bacillus subtillis appears when present in large quantities. This characteristic provides valuable insights into its behavior and growth patterns, aiding researchers in their studies and the discovery of new treatments for infections. One of the most intriguing aspects of Bacillus subtillis is its production of bacteriocin-like peptides, which possess potent antimicrobial properties. These peptides make it a promising candidate for combating bacterial infections. In fact, it has proven to be highly effective in treating diabetic foot ulcers, showcasing its immense potential as a therapeutic option. In conclusion, Bacillus subtillis is an extraordinary microorganism that not only survives in extreme environments but also offers immense potential in the field of infection treatment. Its ability to produce antimicrobial peptides and its proven efficacy in treating diabetic foot ulcers make it a compelling choice for further research and development of novel therapies.

Bacillus coagulans, LBSC

Bacillus coagulans, a beneficial bacterium, possesses unique qualities that set it apart from lactobacillus. Unlike lactobacillus, it has the ability to form spores and remain dormant in challenging conditions. This exceptional characteristic makes B. coagulans incredibly resilient. Consequently, it proves to be highly effective in relieving stomach discomfort and various ailments. Its remarkable ability to withstand extreme environments, including high levels of stomach acid, enables it to combat issues such as diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, bloating, IBS, and cramping. Undoubtedly, this strain of bacteria is exceptionally robust.

Bacillus clausii, 088AE

Bacillus clausii, a spore-forming bacterium, is a remarkable microorganism that not only thrives in the soil but also resides in the gastrointestinal tract of mammals. Its potential in treating respiratory infections and gastrointestinal disorders has caught the attention of researchers. This incredible bacterium produces potent antimicrobial substances that effectively combat gram-positive bacteria, such as staphylococcus and enterococcus faecium, which are known culprits for causing meningitis, endocarditis, and fibrin masses. Additionally, it tackles the troublesome bacteria Clostridium difficile, which often leads to severe diarrhea. With its wide range of benefits, Bacillus clausii proves to be an invaluable probiotic for respiratory infections, heart inflammation, diarrhea, and antibacterial support.



S. Boulardii, SBSC

Saccharomyces boulardii, a tropical yeast, was initially discovered by the renowned French scientist Henri Boulard in 1923. This extraordinary yeast, extracted from the peels of lychee and mangosteen fruits, became the very first yeast to be extensively studied as a probiotic for human medicine. What makes it truly remarkable is its ability to thrive in harsh conditions such as acidic environments, high temperatures, and even in the presence of bile and enzymes that would typically render other organisms inactive. Not only does Saccharomyces boulardii outcompete harmful bacteria, thereby reducing inflammatory activity, but it also actively promotes anti-inflammatory responses and supports a robust immune system.


Lactobacillus Acidophilus, 033AE

Lactobacillus Acidophilus, a beneficial bacterium residing in the stomach and intestines, plays a crucial role in producing lactic acid to combat harmful bacteria. Not only do they act as a strong defense against pathogens, but they also aid in lactose digestion, possess antimicrobial properties, and provide excellent gastrointestinal support.

Lactobacillus Plantarum, 022AE

Lactobaccillus Plantarum, a widely researched species, holds a prominent position in the food industry as a probiotic microorganism. It can be found in various parts of the body, including the mucous membranes, saliva, and digestive tract. With its diverse strains, this probiotic offers numerous benefits. It exhibits remarkable antioxidant properties, aids in maintaining permeability, and suppresses the growth of gas-producing bacteria in the intestines. Additionally, it plays a crucial role in stabilizing digestive enzyme patterns. Notably, it has the ability to swiftly resolve and heal gut inflammation, promoting rapid gut repair. Countless studies have also explored its potential in reducing stress and anxiety, alleviating inflammation, and facilitating the healing of ulcers.

Lactobacillus Casei, 118AE

Lactobacillus Casei, a remarkable mesophilic bacterium, possesses the extraordinary ability to thrive in low temperatures. This gram-positive microorganism plays a pivotal role in promoting and maintaining a harmonious balance of beneficial microbes within the gastrointestinal tract. By doing so, it actively contributes to the overall health of the gut microbiome, which is vital for our companion's well-being. Not only does L. Casei aid in reducing symptoms associated with common digestive disorders like IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), but it also bolsters the immune system, enhancing the body's resistance to infections and minimizing the occurrence of allergic reactions. Furthermore, this resilient bacterium can withstand the harsh environment of stomach acid, ensuring its survival and effectiveness.

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