The product “Narine” and its use in gastrointestinal infections and radiation injuries

G. Goukasyan, L. Akpian **, L. Charyan **, A. Eliasian **, R. Neumann ***
* Institute of Epidemiology, Virology and Medical Parasitology MZ RA 375009, Yerevan
Institute of Microbiology NAN RA, 378510, Abovian
*** Catameran Research Laboratory, PA 375025, Yerevan

“Nariné” – with lactobacillus Lactobacillus acidophilus Ep. 317/402, normalizes the intestinal microflora, restores bifidus and lactobacteria in shortened terms, has a complex anti-inflammatory effect, neutralizes a number of toxins and side effects of drugs, increases the production of interferon, produces harmless antibiotic substances. “Nariné” has a wide spectrum of antimicrobial activity. High activity of “Nariné” was detected in pathogenic test cultures: Staphylococcus, Salmonella, Shigella, Yersiniaq Vibrio NAG, Vibrio cholera El-Tor, H. Pylori.
By actively settling the lining of the intestines, “Nariné” contributes to the rapid recovery of normal biopsy, providing resistance to pathogenic microbes in various forms of dysbacteriosis.
Clinical studies of Nariné have shown its effectiveness in the treatment of dysentery, typhoid fever, salmonellosis, staph infections and other intestinal disorders.
A technology has been developed to produce concentrated starter with a microorganism cell count of several hundred billion (200-250 billion k.c. 1 g), which raises the therapeutic significance of the product.
The therapeutic effect of “Nariné” has been demonstrated in acute radiation injuries when fully irradiated. One of the major factors for complications in radiation injury, especially in the first period of the disease, is endogenous and exogenous infections, decreased natural immunity of the body, the development of pronounced post-disability dysbacteriosis. As a result of the extraordinary multiplication of pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic microbes, typical representatives of normal intestinal biopsy – lactobacilli and bifidobacteria disappear.
The treatment of Chernobyl-treated patients by co-administering gentamicin and Nariné effectively and briefly normalizes the intestinal microflora, disbacteriosis is not detected, other disease symptoms disappear.
The freeze-dried “Nariné” preparation is also beneficial.