Pomiferin™ Anti-Tumoral, Anti-Microbial, Anti-Fungal, Anti-Oxidant
Maclura Pomiferia, spina, caulis, and folium, Desmanthus illinoensis seed, 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water.
According to our tests, Yeast-Ease™ outperformed all of the other products. The lead microbiologist at Great Smokies Laboratory, confidently informed us that not one yeast product kills all five common strains… but to his surprise, Yeast-Ease™ was very effective against the five common strains of Candida. The lab determined that Yeast-Ease™ would still kill 80% of the Candida even when diluted up to 1:3200. Meaning, you could put one gallon of Yeast Ease in 3200 gallons of water, and the Yeast-Ease™ would still kill 80% of the Candida! Combine this with the realization that Toxicon Corporation found that it was non-toxic up to 150 times the maximum recommended dose
A truly effective treatment program for yeast requires you to change the environment of your body.
There are many other possible causes for yeast infections, such as parasitic infections which alter the pH of the gut, enabling the yeast to thrive, or antibiotic usage, which kills the friendly bacteria, or weakened immune system as seen in AIDS, and in chemotherapy damaged individuals.
Keep healing and sealing the gut to have complete deliverance from yeast.
We always recommend getting rid of the parasites that usually go hand in hand with yeast. Therefore we recommend Paragen™ and then we recommend Molybdenum, which is very useful for detoxifying the toxic aldehyde from the die-off of Candida-type yeast.
Rashes? Super annoying. Sometimes yeast infections can cause rashes to appear, SEEMINGLY out of nowhere. Skip the toxic creams and ointments, and put Yeast-Ease or Allermac, either the alcohol version or the apple cider vinegar version, topically on the rashes. Remember, your skin is just one expansive organ. Its absorption abilities are shocking! And don’t forget you can use the products in a diluted water mixture for a douche (read about the benefits of douching in the post below!).
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Ethanol formula contains 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water