Every mother knows
what her baby needs!
"Maintaining balance is the most important!”

Drops for infants and children containing

Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP1 and vitamin D3

Maintaining the balance of the intestinal microflora is extremely important!

Unbalanced diet, viruses, bacteria, antibiotics and stress affect the balance between the beneficial and harmful intestinal bacteria. Such imbalance may further lead to diarrhea, constipation, flatulence and cramps, and it can also significantly affect the immune system and the overall level of resistance of the human organism to harmful effects.

ANTIBIOTICS AND DIARRHEA - In case of illness or infection caused by harmful bacteria, we use antibiotics in order to destroy them. However, antibiotics do not only destroy the pathogenic bacteria for which purpose they are prescribed and used, but they destroy the beneficial intestinal bacteria as well*. This causes imbalance between the beneficial and harmful intestinal bacteria, which often causes various digestion problems, such as stomach ache, constipation or diarrhea, sometimes even nausea and vomiting, as well as weakening of the immune system and the overall level of resistance of the human organism to harmful effects. Numerous studies have confirmed that taking in beneficial bacteria while under antibiotic therapy can reduce the risk of diarrhea.

DIARRHEA - Diarrhea is the second most frequent medical problem in children, immediately following respiratory infections. The symptoms include an increased number of stools a day and an increased amount of water in the stools. Diarrhea is mainly caused by viruses and bacteria. Viral infections are, however, significantly more common. Diarrhea caused by bacteria more frequently occurs in summer, as higher temperatures ensure favorable conditions for the reproduction of bacteria in the food, and during traveling as a result of changing the commonly used food items, the environment and eating habits in general. Diarrhea is a result of imbalance of the intestinal microflora, i.e. an increased number of harmful bacteria. If diarrhea causes serious problems, continues for more than 24 hours or the child is showing signs of dehydration, it is necessary to seek medical advice.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is one of the most researched types of lactic acid bacteria, and there are numerous studies that prove its beneficial effects on infants and children in general.

*Good, non-pathogenic bacteria which naturally exist in the human organism.

What is PROBalans Baby?

PROBalans Baby are drops for infants and children containing a culture of live lyophilized lactic acid bacteria called Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP1 and vitamin D. They may be used immediately after birth.

Allergen free.
Lactose free.
Gluten free.

The recommended daily dose of ProBalans Baby drops contains 100% of the daily reference value for vitamin D3 and a culture of lactic acid bacteria called Lactobacillus rhamnosus.

The two most important ingredients ensuring your child’s digestive health are:

Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP1 (GG), a type of bacterium which naturally and normally exists in the intestinal microflora of infants and children.

Vitamin D3 cholecalciferol ensuring normal bone growth and development.


The recommended dose of PROBalans Baby is 6 drops a day, regardless of food intake. So, you can freely inform the grandmas that there is no reason to worry because PROBalans Baby will not spoil the appetite of their little ones. The drops should be used regularly during the winter months, and over a period of 14 days during the summer. PROBalans Baby drops may be taken alone or added to a cold drink, e.g. fruit juice or milk. If the child is under antibiotics, the drops should not be taken earlier than 3 hours after taking the antibiotics.

PROBalans Baby drops are suitable for infants immediately after birth and all other children.