Seed Health

    Company Information

    Seed Health is based in Venice, California, USA. The number of employees in Seed Health is unknown. Seed health is a microbial company that focuses on therapeutics, consumer health innovations, and environmental solutions.

    Here is how Seed Health describes itself: "Seed develops clinically-studied probiotics to impact human and planetary health. Our first product is the DS-01 Daily Synbiotica probiotic + prebiotic for systemic benefits."
      If you are the founder or part of the founding team, please tell the world your story


          Funding & investors

          Seed Health has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $40M.

            Similar Companies [beta]

              Venture Categories

                Active Venture Investors




                  Venture Competitors

                    News

                        Seed Health - Blog

                          • IBS, the Microbiome and the Potential of Probiotics: FDA authorizes IND to study the effects of DS-01 (Daily Synbiotic) on patients living with IBS

                          • Cramping. Abdominal pain. Bloating, gas, and diarrhea. These are unpleasant words to read and even more troublesome to endure physically. But that’s the day-to-day experience of those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, the most common gastrointestinal condition worldwide. IBS affects an estimated 10-15% of the U.S. population and nearly 12% of all...The post IBS, the Microbiome and the Potential of Probiotics: <br>FDA authorizes IND to study the effects of DS-01 (Daily Synbiotic) on patients living with IBS appeared first on Seed.
                          • Bacteria for Bees

                          • Meet the honey bee. The honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) is one of our most vital insect pollinators, responsible for nearly a third of our global food crops¹—from avocados to coffee to blueberries, and even cotton. But widespread pesticide use, along with climate change, disease, and habitat loss, has contributed to Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)²,...The post Bacteria for Bees appeared first on Seed.
                          • Five Whole-Body Benefits of Probiotics

                          • Did you know 61% of Americans suffer from digestive discomfort1? For many, probiotics offer a potential solution to this chronic problem. Specific strains of probiotics have been shown to support ease of bloating and promote healthy regularity. But the benefits of probiotics go far beyond the gut. Certain probiotic strains can impact your systemic health...The post Five Whole-Body Benefits of Probiotics appeared first on Seed.
                          • 7 Ways To Consider Your Microbiome This Holiday Season

                          • The holiday season is a time of reflection and reconnection. It’s also a time of overindulgence, stress, and sickness. We tend to abandon our routines, deprioritize our health, and come January, seek atonement through resolutions we often fail to keep—a pattern most of us have experienced and recognize. And just as hard as the holidays...The post 7 Ways To Consider Your Microbiome This Holiday Season appeared first on Seed.
                          • Your Body Is A Wonderland (Of Microbes): An Introduction To The Microbiomes Of The Human Body

                          • When we hear the word microbiome, most of us think of the gut microbiome, and for good reason. Of the 38 trillion bacteria living on and in you, the vast majority of them reside in your digestive tract. It’s also the primary destination for most prebiotic and probiotic products, including Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic. But...The post Your Body Is A Wonderland (Of Microbes): An Introduction To The Microbiomes Of The Human Body appeared first on Seed.
                          • Where Does Your Microbiome Come From?

                          • Your body is home to a diverse community of trillions of microorganisms, including 38,000,000,000,000 (that’s 38 trillion!) bacteria.1 Most of them reside in your gut, where they help aid in essential functions like digestion, immune response, and nutrient absorption. You’ll also find smaller communities in places like the mouth, skin, vagina, and penis. Organs we...The post Where Does Your Microbiome Come From? appeared first on Seed.

                          Share:     facebook    twitter    linkedin    reddit    email

                            Ventures Media is one of the largest startup and venture capital communities for startup and venture capital funding information and analysis.

                            Leave a Reply

                            Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *