Bacillus Clausii is an aerobic, Spore Forming bacterium that is able to survive & transit through the acidic environment of the stomach and colonize in the intestine even in the presence of antibiotics.

It has been used safely as Probiotic strain. A widely used, well documentd, safe and stable spore forming bacteria that promotes gastrointestinal health.

Special Features

  • Can Survive in harsh environment of stomach acid and bile.
  • Proliferation in Intestine.
  • Release antimicrobial substances active against pathogenic bacteria.
  • Stable at room temperature. Does not require cold chain
  • Shelf stable for 2 years


  • Possesses antimicrobial and immunomodulatory activities.
  • Extremely stable to acidic conditions, hence the entire dose of ingested bacteria reach the small intestine intact.
  • Inhibits the growth of pathogens in the gastrointestinal tract.
  • Effective probiotic of choice in the treatment of diarrhea and prevention of antibiotic associated diarrhea.
  • It has Antimicrobial and Immunomodulatory Properties.
  • It helps replenish microbial flora during antibiotic treatment.


S.No. Test Specification
01. Description Free flowing white to light brown coloured powder with characteristic odour
02. Identification Ellipsoidal spores
03. Lactic Acid Producing Capacity Not less than 12 ml of 0.05 N Sodium hydroxide should be consumed.
04. Loss on Drying Not more than 5% w/w.
05. Viable Spores Count NLT 2/100 /200 Billion Spores per Gram
06. Pathogens
  • 1. E.coli
  • 2. Salmonella sps.
  • 3. Pseudononas aeruginosa
  • 4. Staphylococcus aureus
Should be absent/10 gms
07. Yeast &Mould count < 50 Cfu per Gram
08. Other Organisms < 10,000 Cfu per Gram
09. Bacillus cereus count < 100 cfu/gm
10. Heavy metals
  • a. Lead
  • b. Cadmium
  • c. Arsenic
  • d. Mercury
  • NMT 3 ppm
  • NMT 1 ppm
  • NMT 1 ppm
  • NMT 0.1 ppm