Inulin is a fiber that is resistant to digestion and has a very low glycemic index. It has been clinically shown to greatly increase the number of indigenous bacteria in the digestive tract. When Inulin enters the large intestine, it is fermented by the bacteria, increasing colonization of beneficial microflora.
Bacillus subtilis is a spore forming bacteria that is widely used as a fungicide. The bacteria colonize the root system of the fungus, leaving no room for fungal disease organisms.