How the Coix seeds in Chorus help fix damage from Pregabalin

f bacteria. The gut microbiome is made up of a wide range of different bacteria, and a healthy microbiome is one that has a diverse community of bacteria. Pregabalin has been shown to reduce the diversity of bacteria in the gut, which can lead to an imbalance in the microbiome and many “mystery” symptoms like IBS with diarrhea or constipation; brain fog; and fatigue.

In addition to reducing bacterial diversity, pregabalin has been shown to decrease the abundance of beneficial bacteria, such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, while increasing the abundance of harmful bacteria, such as Clostridium and Escherichia coli.

It is clear that pregabalin can have significant effects on the community of bacteria in the gut. This can have a number of potential consequences, including an increased risk of infections and other digestive disorders.

To address these negative effects, Chorus uses a symphony of natural ingredients including high-quality Coix seeds.

Coix seeds, also known as Job's tears or “Yi Yi Ren”, are a type of grain that is commonly used in traditional medicine. They are thought to have a number of health benefits, including the ability to support the diversity and health of the human microbiome. Coix seeds contain a variety of compounds that can have beneficial effects on the microbiome, including dietary fiber and antioxidants. They also have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, which can support the health of the microbiome and the overall digestive system.

Overall, both pregabalin and coix seeds can have significant effects on the human microbiome. While pregabalin can alter the composition of the microbiome and reduce bacterial diversity, coix seeds can support the growth of beneficial bacteria and protect the microbiome from oxidative stress.



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