Candida albicans is a yeast fungus that naturally occurs in the body, residing mostly in the mouth and intestines. In small, controlled amounts this organism lives harmoniously and is kept in check by the body’s “good” bacteria. When Candida grows out of control, that’s when problems can occur. Growth can be initiated by changes in body chemistry from use of birth control pills and prescription antibiotics, diets high in refined sugars and carbohydrates, alcohol and soft drink consumption, and chronic stress.* Candida feeds on carbohydrates – sugars and starches – from the diet. Add in reduced functionality of “good” bacteria from prescriptions and you’ve got an environment suitable for a Candida population bloom and accumulation of Candida’s toxic waste by-products.* Getting rid of Candida overgrowth can be challenging. While following an anti-Candida diet is wise – free of grains, alcohol, sugars and other sweeteners – taking antifungal herbs to support the fight with Candida may also be helpful.* Pau d’arco bark has a long history of being used for antimicrobial purposes owing to its profile of quinoids, benzenoids, and flavonoids that have shown to be harmful to unwanted organisms, including fungi. Oregano and thyme contain the compounds carvacrol and thymol, both of which have a wide range of health benefits including antioxidant and antifungal properties. Wormwood’s active compound thujone creates an environment that is inhospitable to harmful organisms. The unique properties of cinnamon come from naturally occurring compounds that have been shown to be effective against bacteria and fungi.* *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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