Aids the healing process after removing excessive yeast & fungus*
Provides relief for burning, redness & irritation*
Take 1-2 capsules with water 2-3 times daily, either 30 minutes before or 30 minutes after eating, for severe symptoms take 4 capsules each time. The third dose should be taken right before sleep.
If you have trouble taking capsules, you can open the capsules and mix the powder into the smoothies, apple sauce, or any paste like food substances.
Yeast Away at Sol Nutrition
Comfort for Odor, Swelling & Itchiness
Yeast Away encourages healthy pH levels and flora which supports your body in reducing burning sensations, redness, and irritation. This blend is ideal for those with excessive amounts of yeast in their body.
60 vegetarian capsules | 2 capsules per serving
Broom Cypress is useful for itching disorders caused by eczema. It is also beneficial for itching in the vagina and genitals. It is used externally to clear heat toxins that cause itchy sores. This is a huge factor in providing a natural remedy for getting rid of yeast and its symptoms.
Traditional Chinese Medicine uses Patrinia for its heat-clearing and detoxification effects. It also supports your liver and skin health. For these reasons, Patrinia secured a spot in our healthy Yeast Away herbal supplement.
Curculigo Root is incredibly beneficial in our herbal supplements because it helps correct the pH of the skin (slightly acidic SC) and is important for lipid-processing enzymes to work correctly and thus maintain a strong and healthy skin barrier. A good skin barrier means less sensitivity, less reactiveness, and healthier skin.
Cortex Pseudolaricis is primarily used for its natural antimicrobial activities in Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as modern herbal remedies.
Lightyellow Sophorn helps with eczema, inflammatory disorders, ulcers, and diseases associated with skin burns. Lightyellow Sophorn is an all-around great herb for many areas of life especially to remedy skin conditions and internal issues.
Sol Nutrition chose Cardamom for this natural herbal remedy because it has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory abilities that could improve your health. Research suggests that it aids in killing several different types of bacteria and fungi.
Herba Agastachis is used to fight against fungal infection. Studies have shown that it has antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, and radical scavenger (antioxidant) properties which are incredibly beneficial and useful in the Yeast Away supplement.
Cimicifugae Rhizoma has been shown to significantly aid with inflammation and to have anti-fungus, and anti-virus benefits. Additionally, it has traditionally been used to clear away heat naturally. Cimicifugae Rhizoma’s capabilities make it an important ingredient in our herbal formulas.
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