A semi-bitter blend of Candida removing herbs that can be consumed up to 3 times daily, best to start with one cup and work up, it can be also used as a mouth swill or a cleanser for thrush. This formula can be take in conjunction with garlic, colloidal silver and garlic suppositories, it is ideal for thrush of the mouth and throat and may be beneficial for those with weakened immunity and chronic infections and /or anti-biotic over use. I would not recommend this blend for any one breastfeeding or while pregnant.
Mullein has been used medicinally since ancient times, and its use and popularity only seem to be increasing as time goes on. The leaves, flowers and roots of the mullein plant are used medicinally for the treatment of various inflammatory diseases, diarrhea, asthma, coughs and other lung-related ailments.
An oil made from the flowers of the mullein plant is very commonly used to treat the pain and inflammation associated with earaches for children and adults alike. Mullein might even be able to fight influenza, herpes viruses and some bacteria that cause respiratory infections.
Calendula is perhaps best known for its effectiveness in healing skin problems such as wounds, burns, insect bites, eczema, skin ulcers, and rashes. It has also been used internally to soothe and heal gastric and duodenal ulcers, as a wash for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, as a rinse for toothaches, and as an eyewash for conditions like conjunctivitis. In vitro (test tube) research has shown that calendula contains antimicrobial compounds that inhibit certain strains of Staphylococcus and Candida, as well as E. coli and some protozoa, such as Trichomonas. Its wound-healing properties may also be attributed to its high content of natural iodine, carotene, and manganese, which promote skin cell regeneration.
Goldenseal is one of the five top-selling herbal products in the United States. Native Americans historically used goldenseal for various health concerns including skin diseases, ulcer symptoms and gonorrhea. Today’s traditional uses of goldenseal have broadened to include the natural treatment and prevention of colds, respiratory tract infections, allergies, eye infections, digestive issues, canker sores, vaginitis, urinary tract infections and even cancer.
Goldenseal contains berberine, which has been been proven to be antimicrobial, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory and blood glucose–lowering. It has also gained popularity after a rumor spread that taking the herb can help block a positive test for illegal drugs. However, there is no scientific evidence that has proven this rumor to be correct. Yet, fortunately there is research to support the medicinal use of it.
Sage is a powerful tribal tool for rituals and ceremonies. But, as science proves, its medicinal benefits are just as unprecedented. The phenolic acid Sage contains, works as a natural disinfectant and kills bad bacteria and fungi. Adding Sage extract to water makes for a perfect hand wash or kitchen cleaning spray. Eating fresh or dried sage, or drinking its tea, can help those dealing with yeast overgrowth such as Candida.
Sage is high in tannin, a compound that has an astringent effect. Tannins make parts of your body contract and therefore prevent you from loosing too much fluid.
Contains: calendula flowers, sage, mullien, goldenseal and botanical blends.