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Yeast Microbial Cleanse Supplement:

  • 16 anti-fungal herbs and extractsǂ
  • Graduated dose formula for optimum efficacyǂ
  • 2-part capsule and powerful tincture
  • No artificial ingredients that can stimulate yeast growth

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Digestive Tract Support—Microbial Cleanse

What is a microbial cleanse? We are familiar with hand sanitizers, soaps, and household cleaning products that eradicate certain microbes such as bacteria and viruses. An internal microbial cleanse is quite different.

An internal microbial cleanse utilizes the inherent cleansing properties of anti-fungal and purifying herbal, fruit, root, and botanical extracts to help curb the overgrowth of microbes, particularly Candida yeast. An overgrowth of microbes in the body carries with it significant health challenges, many of which can go undetected for years.

Living in a Microbial World

Microbes are by definition tiny microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, or viruses that exist all around us—and within us—from birth. It is impossible to eliminate our exposure to microbes. They are in our food and water supply, in the air and on surfaces in the form of hidden and visible molds/fungus. They are a part of life.

The key to maintaining our health is not to eliminate microbes but to eliminate the overgrowth of potentially harmful microbes in our bodies and maintain a healthy intestinal environment.

  • The intestines are a repository of potential “food” for microbes such as Candida yeast that can grow out of control without a healthy bacterial balance and pH levels to keep them in check.
  • The balance of bacteria (predominately beneficial bacteria) in the intestines should outnumber potentially harmful microbes. For example, for every 1 yeast cell there should be a counterbalance of 1 million bacteria to prevent yeast from growing out of proportion.

Many of us are upsetting our intestinal balance without realizing it. These factors and more can all alter the balance of bacteria in the intestines, resulting in ideal conditions for yeast overgrowth:

  • Medications such as birth control pills, NSAIDS, and antibiotics
  • A high sugar, high refined carb diet
  • Stress, which significantly alters the intestinal ecology
  • Internal toxins produced during poor digestion
  • Toxic metal exposure (personal care products, chemicals)

Candida Yeast, the Most Common Microbial Overgrowth

An overgrowth of Candida albicans, known as a yeast overgrowth, is by far the most common microbial overgrowth. Candida as it exists naturally in our intestines is outnumbered by helpful microbes such as beneficial bacteria. When the intestinal environment is disturbed, however, Candida can change form and reproduce at a much more aggressive rate, eventually spreading from the intestines to the urogenital tract, mouth, fingernails, and throughout the body.

Aggressive Candida that is allowed to grow changes from a yeast state to a fungal state. It grows long roots called rhizoids that burrow into the mucosal lining of the intestines, puncturing holes and allowing the fungal Candida and its toxic byproducts to enter the bloodstream and move to other areas of the body.

Signs you may have a Candida microbial overgrowth:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Digestive problems such as gas and intestinal disorders
  • Depression, anxiety, and “brain fog”
  • Sugar and carb cravings
  • Bad breath, nail fungus
  • Recurring vaginal and urinary infections
  • Allergies, including food allergies
  • Chemical sensitivity
  • Insomnia
  • Hormonal imbalance

A Microbial Cleanse for Candida Overgrowth

A Candida overgrowth is helped by a specific diet followed for a month (or longer, depending on the severity of overgrowth) and a microbial cleanse that targets overgrown Candida yeast cells. Candida overgrowth is one of the most often missed medical conditions. If you even suspect an overgrowth, a natural Candida cleanse supplement and the Candida cleanse diet are excellent health protocols for setting your microbial balance back on track.

The Candida Cleanse Supplement
Your supplement should contain a variety of anti-fungal cleansing herbs and botanical extracts to effectively target yeast overgrowth.

Look for:

  • Anti-microbial and anti-fungal support ingredients such as natural caprylic acid, olive leaf, oregano, neem, peppermint, clove, and orange peel.ǂ
  • Urinary and bladder support herbs such as barberry and uva ursiǂ
  • Immune system support nutrients such as garlic, grapefruit seed, and Pau D’arco botanical extractǂ


The Candida Cleanse Diet

  • No sugars of any kind (including honey, molasses, maple sugar, fructose, agave) or artificial sweeteners. Opt for stevia or lo han instead.
  • No grains for the first two weeks, then add whole gluten-free grains later
  • No fruits or fruit juices (except for granny smith apples and lemon juice)
  • No yeast containing foods/drinks such as breads, beer and other alcohol, commercial salad dressings, vinegars (except unfiltered apple cider vinegar), soy sauce, pickles, soups, potato chips, or dry roasted nuts.
  • No mushrooms or dairy except for a little butter and plain yogurt.
  • No smoked, dried, or pickled fish/meats
  • No coffee, tea, pepper, most spices, or tobacco, all of which can acquire molds during the drying process

Eat plenty of low-starch veggies, soaked legumes, lean meats, soaked raw nuts/seeds, vegetables, eggs, stevia for sweetening and cook with coconut oil, using olive oil as a salad dressing.