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I Found a Natural Cure for Chronic Yeast Infections

Updated on October 9, 2014

My History with Yeast Infections

Both men and women can experience a yeast infection. Women tend to suffer with worse symptoms than men. I can only speak about my own personal experience.

I dealt with repeated yeast infections over the years but eventually I found a product that worked to deal with the core of the problem. Repeated infections usually means there’s some type of imbalance in your body. And because of this imbalance, excessive yeast is being produced and causing the repeated infections.

The theory behind this over-the-counter treatment is to address the deep seated reason these infections keep on returning. One year I had 10 yeast infections in a row. Ten months of suppositories and medication. So I would feel okay for one to two weeks every month and then the other two weeks I had the symptoms or were treating the symptoms of my infection.

I discovered this solution when I overheard my friends talking about it. I've always found that my friends and social networks tend to be my best resource for finding answers and solutions to my everyday problems. One of the reasons I'm so happy I'm a woman - women tend to share more than men.


Yeastrol is a homeopathic cure for yeast infections that works for both male and female patients. The twelve ingredients work on the root of the problem. It treats the problem causing the repeated incidents of yeast infections.

It’s simple to take – just 2 sprays under your tongue, 3 times a day. It’s 100% natural and safe which is very important to me. There are no harmful side effects or interactions with other drugs.

Other reasons I’m a fan of Yeastrol:

They don’t use animals in their testing

Money Back Guarantee!

No Additives or Preservatives

Homeopathic Medicines

Homeopathic medicines are prepared by specialist pharmacies using a careful process of dilution and succussion. Science can’t explain why homeopathic cures work, but tests and experiments demonstrate that they do have a biological effect on a person.

Homeopathic medicine believes that conventional medicine typically treats the symptoms without curing the problem. But western medicine is beginning to turn a corner. The evidence backs up the homeopathic approach. It is believed that some sickness is the body’s way of getting rid of bacteria, cells, and viruses. For instance, a cough is a mechanism the body uses to clear it’s breathing passages. Inflammation is the body’s way of protecting a injury. Running to the doctor for antibiotics for every sniffle suppresses the body’s natural defenses.

If there is a natural, homeopathic option, I always will give that treatment a chance. Most conventional drugs may well inhibit your body’s natural defenses and immune system.


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