Yeast Fighters is a scientifically advanced formula suggested for Yeast Infections. It Eliminates harmful bacteria and gives the good bacteria a chance to work.
Yeast Fighters is a concentrated mixture of specially prepared herbs which are known to create an intestinal environment that is not conducive to candida or yeast proliferation. It contains the essential 'friendly bacteria" lacto-bacillus acidophilus (in a high potency, milk free form), concentrated odorless garlic extract powder (equivalent to 1500 mg of fresh garlic) which inhibits further candida growth, natural caprylic acid, biotin, and a fiber blend of psyllium seed husks, guar gum, apple pectin to kick-start your digestive system again. It also contains Pau d'Arco, from a tree native to Brazil. Pau d'Arco has proven to be one of nature's best yeast infection fighters. This has been concentrated in a specially prepared herbal tea extract base of pau d'arco, and the eternal immunity boosters onion, black walnut, echinacea and golden seal root.
Servings per container: 15
Suggested usage: As a dietary supplement, take five capsules once daily with 8-16 oz of water.
Ingredients: High potency freeze dried lacto-bacillus acidophilus (milk free) (supplying 2.5 billion viable cells), concentrated odorless garlic extract powder, natural caprylic acid, biotin, (psyllium seed husks, guar gum, apple pectin), pau d arco, onion, black walnut, echinacea and golden seal root, caprylic acid.
Note: Extra strength biotin capsule concentrate. The concentrated garlic extract is imported from Japan and is of the highest quality available. Approved for allergy sensitive individuals.
Cautions: If You are allergic to shellfish,do not use this product.Consult your health care professional.Approved gor allergy sensitive individuals.Free of tablet coatings,binders and color.No soy ,yeast,wheat,egg,citrus and all milk products.
For maximum stability, do not refrigerate. Keep tightly closed in a cool, dry place.
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