Thrushmed Relief Spray
Thrushmed Relief Spray has been formulated to help the body's normal immune response to fungal infections such as thrush, candida and jock itch. 25ml
May assist with the following conditions: thrush, Gardnerella vaginalis, urinary tract infections, IBS, athletes foot and other fungal over growths. Yeasts (fungi) are a family of organisms that occur everywhere in nature. The most well known yeast is probably Candida albicans, a common inhabitant of the human intestinal tract, skin and vagina. Normally C.albicans is kept in balance by our so-called beneficial microflora. Alteration of this balance can result in the Candida proliferating out of control. This may result in the condition known as Candidiasis also known as Thrush. Certain predisposing factors are known to increase the likelihood of developing a Candida infection: Broad spectrum antibiotic treatment, pregnancy, stress, immune deficiencies (for example HIV infection), humid climates, diabetes, or other endocrine conditions. As well as this, poor diet, processed foods, beverages, medications and stress sometimes affect the microbial balance in our intestine.
Use 1 to 2 sprays directly into the mouth as required every 15 minutes for up to 6 doses until symptoms are under control, then 3 to 4 times a day. If necessary the sprays may be added to drinking water, or rubbed into pulse spots if the patient is unconscious.
Homoeopathy is a unique system of medicine that aims to promote good health by using micro-doses of medicament which work to stimulate the body's own defence system. Homoeopathy is a non-drug therapy that is based on the principle of 'like cures like'. Homeopathic remedies have no side effects, are gentle enough to be used by all the family and can be used with any other forms of medication.
Homoeopathic Aspergillus Nig 30c, Candida Alb 15c, 30c, Chlamydia 30c, Echinacea 12c. 30c, and Zinc Met 30c.
Keep out of reach of Children. If problem is recurrent or severe please seek advice from your health care professional. Liquid and oral spray remedies are generally better given to babies and very young children than tablets. Tablet remedies are manufactured using a base of lactose (milk sugar). They are usually safe for diabetics, however professional advice should be sought if in doubt. They are not suitable for anyone with lactose intolerance. It is recommended that tablets not be given to babies and very young children. Liquid remedies are manufactured using a small amount of ethyl alcohol as a preservative in a water base. In a suggested dose (4 drops of liquid or 2 sprays of the oral spray) the quantity of alcohol per dose is so small as to be of no consequence. There has never been a recorded case of any harm coming to a mother or child at any time in pregnancy as a result of using homeopathic remedies. Likewise, there has never been a recorded case of harm coming to a baby when homeopathic remedies have been used during breastfeeding in accordance with directions for use.