Introducing one solution: microbial cleaners

In February, American scientists released new research that showed that regular use of cleaning sprays has an impact on lung health comparable to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. The chemicals in cleaning products can irritate the fragile mucous membranes that line...

Microbes in November

Hi there,  It has taken me some years to get here, but now I use microbes in almost every aspect of life here at Spirthill: in my home, in the office, in the garden, with the humans and the animals. I love reaching for a 100% environmentally friendly and chemical-free...

What microbes do for you: 18-19 November 2017

Come and join us for fascinating facts about the microbial world and how it benefits us. Talks on agriculture by Carlos Castrillo, equestrian health by Kate Williamson, human health by Jeff Allen and home cleaning by Sue Allen. There will also be exclusive tours...

Microbes in October

Hi there,  With trees losing their leaves and the clocks going back at the end of the month, this is a time for drawing in, for fires and creative evenings, and the comforts of home. It has taken me some years to get here, but by now I use microbes in almost every...

Microbes in August

“The last 100 years have featured human solutions to microbial problems, but the next 100 years will feature microbial solutions to human problems.” Anne Madden, microbiologist on www.TED.com (Meet the microscopic life in your home – and on your face) Wow, this big...

3 new ways microbes are helping to treat waste  

Microbes love to munch on dirt and grease, but they don’t just eat nature’s waste, they recycle it. Natural environments have a cycle of life and death and microbes are crucial at every step. As the building blocks of life, they break down organic matter making it...

Microbes in May

Here is my diary of all the different ways I use microbes at Spirthill. This routine works a treat – and I love knowing that it is 100% chemical free. Daily Add Pet Nutrition Booster to our lab puppy Kit’s drinking water and also to Vic the cat’s wet food Drink my...

Household

Our blog tells you more about what microbes do, how they work and how they can help you. You’ll hear from people who use them, learn about the ingredients we use and how microbes are helping people all over the world. If you have any stories about microbes, we want to hear them, send them to info@microbz.co.uk The effects described in these stories can not be guaranteed and results may vary.

Share love and microbes this Valentines

Truthfully, you can’t help but share your microbes with your nearest and dearest. Research suggests that couples who live together share a lot more than just a household: they also share each other’s microbiome. The microbiome refers to the trillions of bacteria that...

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Why we ferment juices, herbs and minerals with microbes

Living cultures – better known as probiotics – help support a healthy gut. They travel through the intestines and repopulate the gut with beneficial microbes that help to break down food and eliminate toxins. At Microbz, we ferment our live cultures with organic...

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Why should you take a probiotic that is alive?

Supplements with live active cultures (often known as probiotics) contain living bacteria (most often Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus species) and yeast which promote health, particularly in the gut microbiome. A probiotic contains live microorganisms that, when...

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Enjoy gut friendly festive foods this Christmas

Christmas just got a whole lot tastier! It’s almost time to celebrate this jolly time of year with friends and family. As a little treat, we are sharing a few of our favourite festive recipes for you and your gut. Christmas Cocoa When it is cold and dark outside...

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Keep your microbes happy this Christmas

Lend your gut a helping hand this Christmas and minimise festive discomfort with Microbz’ yule time tips. Christmas means plenty of food and drink which can lead to bloating, indigestion, constipation and other health problems. But there are steps you can take to get...

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Why do men need probiotics?

Men, just like everyone else, benefit from maintaining a healthy digestive tract and taking a liquid probiotic regularly can be the best thing to do just that. Delivering beneficial bacteria straight to the gut can help create a balanced and harmonious environment...

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Boost your immunity. Beat that cold.

Get the boost you need to ward off the winter blues. Buy one, get one free on Microbz Bio-Live Echinacea Plus and Bio-Live Breathease until 22 November. It’s winter, the days are getting shorter and the temperature is dropping. Although the annual sniffle season can...

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Improve your soil, naturally

Did you know that the soil beneath your feet underpins the health of the planet? That’s because healthy soil is teeming with life. There are more organisms in a teaspoon of good soil than there are people on Earth! Each of these organisms, including earthworms,...

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Q&A with Holly’s Wholesome Kitchen

Hi Microbz family, this week we are talking with Holly Johnson from Holly’s Wholesome Kitchen. Holly is a promoter of all things healthy and her website is the perfect platform promoting delicious recipes, reviews on new health products and tips on nourishing your...

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How can young people support their mental health?

Mental health issues are becoming more common in young people, or are being reported more often. Either way, the question about how society can support young people with mental health issues is an unfolding crisis. Depression, anxiety and eating disorders are on the...

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Microbz for your pets

At microbzforpets.co.uk we combine active, beneficial microbes in unique blends to create a healthy environment for your pets naturally.

Go to microbz for pets here.

Microbz for your horse

At microbzforhorses.co.uk we make unique natural combinations of beneficial microbes designed to benefit horses, stables and paddocks.

Go to microbz for horses here.

Microbz for your farm

At microbesforfarms.co.uk we use beneficial microbes help to improve soil quality and reduce the need for fertilisers.

Go to microbz for farms here.

 

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