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Justification for inclusion of B.thuringiensis

I see that the formulation has changed, and specifically thuringiensis has been included.  I know that not all strains of thuringiensis produces Bt toxins, and also beta-exotoxins.  However, the lack of discussion of this has been worrysome to me, and I am not sure I trust this product anymore.


I'd appreciate some clarification of both justification of what's been included and why, and also in this one case the strain control that ensures that I'm not going to be colonized by a bacteria that produces a poison.

To answer your incorrect statement,
SMMT has been told by numerous doctors, scientists, and leaders in the field of microbiology, that there is no competing product, anywhere.SMMT is  proud of these developments and the ability to be able to offer Prescript Assist to our customers.
Bacillus thuringiensis is used in yogurt culture and on fermented food... …  Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, Bacillus firmus, Bacillus thuringiensis  Bacillus licheniformis, Bacillus megaterium, Bacillus pumilus, Bacillus subtilis,   (Kiers et al., 2000; Kubo et al., 2011)
Prescript-Assist is an all natural probiotic that grows in organic soil.  Bacillus thuringiensis has been in the formula (since 2013) for many years.
Bacillus thuringiensis is a gift from mother nature, it grows naturally in the soil and is embedded in fruits and vegetables, and also in our gut. 
Bacillus thuringiensis protects organic fruits and vegetables that we eat on an everyday basis, from larva and insects and also does the same in your gut.
Now, biologists and scientists realize how important it is not to use toxins to kill insects,  because not only do the toxins kill the insect, it also harms our body. The organic growers are using these kinds of natural microbiota (Bacillus thuringiensis ) as the ultimate source for their organic produce.
Bacillus thuringiensis  were approved safe by the Environmental Protection Agency, making it the first human-modified pesticide-producing crop to be approved in the USA,[46][47]   
Many plants produce pesticides naturally( (Bacillus thuringiensis), including tobacco, coffee plantscocoa, and black walnut.
The microbes are examined by an FDA compliance specialist to ensure compliance with the FDA. All our microbes are known as non- hazardous.
SMMT would like to emphasize our microbiology developments are far exceeding any probiotic developers currently in the market.
SMMT has the technical and clinical knowledge of microbiota that is Prescript Assist.
Further to this, and while monitoring technical developments in this area, SMMT knows our competitive edge, as it dates back over 20 years. Noteworthy is that other labs have tried to replicate Prescript Assist, without success. Prescript-Assist presents a very unique and elite spectrum of microbiota.



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