Pharmaceutical products

By leveraging its deep knowledge of the product, Lesaffre Human Care was able to design a range of yeast-derived Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API).
Certified to meet the very strict specifications required, they can be used in pharmaceutical products such as over-the-counter medicine and prescription drugs.

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quatreflora Pharma

Quatreflora™ Pharma

Revolutionary ingredient Quatreflora™ Pharma is a specific dried yeast (Proprietary strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3856) specifically designed for vaginal application. It has proven its ability to fight pathogenic yeast Candida albicans, prominent cause of vaginal infections, and to help prevent recurrence in recent peer-reviewed studies. It is intended for use in medical devices in the European Union and certified Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) for use in OTC and prescription drugs.

quatreflora pharma

Pharma S.Boulardii

Pharma S. boulardii is a strain of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. boulardii. Certified Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient, it is compliant with regulations for pharmaceuticals and can therefore be used in OTC and prescription drugs targeting digestive health. It is a safe and natural way to help people of all ages maintain a balanced intestinal flora for optimal gut comfort as well as to provide support in diarrhea management.

Pharma Pure SAMe

Pharma Pure SAMe is a pure molecule from fermentation specifically intended for use in pharmaceutical products. Lesaffre Human Care offers both oral and injectable forms of this pharma grade ingredient, also known as S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine, and which is designed to help enhance emotional wellbeing, support joint function and mobility as well as maintain a healthy liver.

Pharma Nutri

Pharma Nutri is the pharma grade version of nutritional yeast Lynside® Nutri. Following a specific manufacturing process complying with pharmaceutical specifications, it is certified Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient and can therefore be incorporated into OTC medicine and prescription drugs as a source of nutrients such as proteins, fiber, vitamins and minerals.