What Is Yeastrol?
Yeastrol is a natural treatment against yeast infection. It is actually a spray and its taste is not thought to be unpleasant. No side-effects have been reported, but if you are pregnant you need, as always, to consult your physician. The product is manufactured by the company Yeastrol, which was founded in 2002 and belongs to the Natural Products Association. Over the years it has become one of the most popular yeast infection solutions and has helped both men and women to combat the condition. Unfortunately, one major drawback of this product is that it is available only online and it’s not sold in stores.
There are 12 active ingredients in Yeastrol: Candida Parapsilosis 12X, Echinacea Augustifolia 3X, Baptista Tinctoria 3X, Borax 30C, Candida Albicans 12X, Kreosotum 30C, Sulphuricum Acidum 30C and Thuja Occidentalis 30C,Mercurius Cyanatis 30C, Mercurius Sulphuratus Ruber 30C, Nitricum Acidum 30C, Pyrogenium 200C.
The ingredients in Yeastrol have the ability to stimulate the immune system to fight against the yeast infection. It contains no artificial additives or preservatives and therefore it can restore the natural equilibrium of the body and active the body’s natural healing systems.
How long will it take?
Yeastrol doesn’t just treat one or two of symptoms of yeast infection. It treats the root cause of the condition. For this reason, it’s not a quick-fix that will simply suppress the symptoms for a while. Stimulating the body’s own natural healing process takes time. Fortunately, the majority of sufferers will see the first results after a few weeks of treatment. What is more, the product does contain ingredients that also fight the symptoms and can provide you with a quick relief. This means that Yeastrol can be used as a quick-fix solution, but if you want it to eradicate the root cause of yeast infection you will have to be a little patient.