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Spilanthes • Usnea

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Anti-Fungal Remedy

A blend of the liquid extracts of:

• Usnea lichen (Usnea spp.) 30%
• Oregano leaf & flower (Origanum spp.) 28%
* Spilanthes flowering herb (Spilanthes acmella) 28%

• Pau d’Arco inner bark (Tabebuia impetiginosa) 14%

* Fresh • Dried

Uses: Indicated in the treatment of fungal infections of the mouth, stomach, intestines, anus, vagina, nose, ear, and skin, as well as systemic fungal infections. Specific for candidiasis (vaginal, intestinal and systemic), apthea (thrush) and stomatitis, ringworm, athlete’s foot, toenail and fingernail fungus, etc.

Dose: Internal: Three to five times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in a little water. For optimal results, take 30 to 40 drops of Echinacea Extract mixed with each dose.
Topical: Saturate a cotton ball with the compound and wet the affected area several times per day, or tape it to the area and leave on until dry. For optimal results, internal doses as described above are also suggested.
Vaginal Douche: Mix 2 to 3 teaspoons into 32 ounces of warm water and douche once each day for 5 days — then rest (no douche) for 2 days. If need be, this program can be continued for up to 3 weeks. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use or lower strength of douche to tolerance.

Cautions: Consult a qualified midwife of physician before taking drops internally or using as a douche during pregnancy. In cases with high or persistent fever, other serious symptoms, or if fungus seems to be spreading, promptly seek qualified healthcare.

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This information is for educational and research purposes only. It is not intended to medically prescribe or promote the sale of any product, nor is it intended to replace qualified medical healthcare. If you have, or think you have a condition which requires medical attention, you should promptly seek qualified healthcare.



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