A reader who just received a chronic Lyme diagnosis forwarded his KyberKompakt results (done in Spain). Prior to doing this test he was on Prescript Assist and Equilibrium for two months.
- E. Coli is low normal range.
- Entercoccus spp is very low
- Other proteolytic microorganisms – High
- Bifidobacterium spp low
- H202 Lactobacillus low
- Faecalibacterium prausnitzii low
- Akkermansia muciniphila low
- Candida albicans high
- Lactobacillus spp — low normal
All of these 4 reports have the same pattern for almost all. Variation are one below the bottom of the normal range, and another is at the bottom of the normal range. Entercoccus spp is the exception with 3 being very low and 1 being very high.
Compare to the other 3 results, this patient had:
- Highest Bifidobacterium
- Highest E.Coli
- 2nd highest Lactobacillus
While there is no direct evidence that this is caused by Prescript Assist and Equilibrium (i.e. we would need to have a before lab results), I favor this as an explanation of the better results.
The patient is about to start with Symbioflor-1 (Enterococcus faecalis) in the hope of raising the low Enterococcus faecalis. Since the E.Coli is in the low normal range, I would suggest discussing taking Symbioflor-2 with Symbioflor-1 with their medical professional. The two appears to amplify each other.
The high other proteolytic microorganisms (Proteolysis is the breakdown of proteins into smaller polypeptides or amino acids [wikipedia]) is likely causing a shift of metabolities (chemicals) which cause symptoms and cascade elsewhere in the body. Neem and Tulsi may be reasonable supplements to experiment with to reduce those.
Concerning low Akkermansia muciniphila there is just over 100 articles on PubMed. This increases with a high fat diet with Capsaicin (Chili peppers!) . It is not available as a probiotic (but being considered) 
- Pili-like proteins of Akkermansia muciniphila modulate host immune responses and gut barrier function .
- Pomegranate ellagitannins stimulate the growth of Akkermansia muciniphila in vivo .
- “Supplementation with rhubarb extract changed the microbial ecosystem (assessed by 16S rDNA pyrosequencing) in favor of Akkermansia muciniphila” 
- Aguamiel concentrate from Agave salmiana and its extracted saponins attenuated obesity and hepatic steatosis and increased Akkermansia muciniphila in C57BL6 mice .
Hmm…. Rhubarb and pomegranate pie with chili peppers!!/?!!