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Candida albicans is the yeast organism which causes yeast infections, and when an infection strikes, all you can think about is getting it to stop! The itching alone can drive you crazy--and nothing seems worse than having an infection sneak up on you when you can't get to the doctor for a prescription.

Tired of over-the-counter products that don't seem to help fast enough? Yeastrol can help!

Yeastrol is a homeopathic product that works like nothing else on the market today. Our experts in homeopathic treatments have combined 12 ingredients to fight not just the itching but multiple symptoms of yeast infection from the inside out! And Yeastrol gets into your system quickly, with just two simple sprays under the tongue, three times a day.

No pills or messy creams"just a quick spray of Yeastrol gets safe, effective ingredients into your bloodstream almost instantly!

MULTIPLE INGREDIENTS FOR MULTIPLE SYMPTOMS

The ingredients in Yeastrol were selected for their time-tested ability to attack a variety of symptoms* that plague both men and women who suffer yeast infections, such as:
  • Abdominal pain and bloating
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Nervous anxiety
  • Skin rashes and eczema
  • Digestion problems
  • Weakness
  • Genital itching and rash
  • Vaginal or penile discharge
  • Burning urination
  • Urgent need to urinate
  • Low energy
  • Infection
What Causes a Yeast Infection?

Yeast infections result from an overgrowth of yeast in the body. It begins in the intestines, where the candida organism exists normally in small amounts, but it can frequently spread elsewhere in the body, creating what is known as "systemic candidiasis" or "candida syndrome."

When we're healthy, candida yeast is kept in check with a normal balance of intestinal flora--but hormonal changes, high acid levels, stress, and especially long-term antibiotic or steroid use can disrupt that balance and cause an overgrowth, which becomes an infection.

Left unchecked, yeast can change to its fungal form and multiply rapidly, sprouting roots that perforate the gut walls and carry the overgrowth to the rest of the body. This produces what is known as "leaky gut" and allows toxins to enter the bloodstream, overloading the immune system.


YEAST CAN BE TRICKY!
Have you been to the doctor repeatedly for one or more of these only to be told "there's nothing wrong with you"
  • Abdominal pain
  • Brain fog
  • Constant fatigue
  • Bloating or indigestion
  • Joint pain
  • Itchy, red eyes
  • Chronic sinus drainage
  • Fungus on finger or toenails
  • Craving for sweets and carbs
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • White coating on the tongue
  • Unexplained weight loss or gain
  • Hair loss or vision problems
  • Depression -- feeling overwhelmed
Overgrowth of yeast can manifest symptoms that resemble other ailments, and can be tough to diagnose. If any of these symptoms persist, you may have an overgrowth of candida albicans.
Can Children Get Yeast Infections?
Yes, children can also suffer from an overgrowth of yeast, with symptoms such as: Can kids get yeast infections
  • Thrush (whitish coating on tongue or inside cheeks)
  • Hyperactivity
  • Irritability
  • Learning problems
  • Chronic cough or nasal congestion
  • Recurrent ear problems
  • Craving sweets

Yeastrol can safely ease symptoms of kids 12 and over, and is quick and easy to administer...just spray twice under the tongue up to 3 times a day! However, consult your doctor before giving Yeastrol to children under 12.

Can Yeastrol be used safely with other medications?

Absolutely. The Micro-dosed homeopathic medicines in Yeastrol are safe and have no known side effects or contraindications. It can be safely taken with other conventional medicines with no drowsiness or adverse side effects.

Warning: If your symptoms worsen or do not improve in 7 days, or if they persist or return in 2 months, consult your doctor.

Women: If this is the first time you have experienced vaginal itch and discomfort, or if you have abdominal pain, fever or foul smelling discharge, consult your doctor.

A healthy diet can help

Even if you"re taking medication to control a yeast infection, one of your first lines of defense against candida overgrowth is a healthy change in diet to keep from feeding the yeast organisms:

Some things to avoid:
  • Refined sugar, honey & syrups
  • Sodas (even diet)
  • Fresh or dried fruit
  • Canned, processed, or fermented foods
  • White flour products
  • Rye, wheat, oat or barley grain
  • Alcohol (especially beer)
  • Any product made with yeast or mold
  • Antacids
Things to include:
  • Live yogurt cultures
  • 6-8 glasses of water daily
  • Fresh vegetables
  • Proteins (chicken, beef, eggs, fish)
  • Whey protein
  • Acidophilus
  • Raw garlic
  • Nuts, seeds and oils
  • Millet, rice, rice bran and oat bran

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