Yeast Ease Plus is a simple, powerful product that combines 3 incredible elixirs to produce amazing results, as it helps the body heal itself in many categories, such as yeast infections, allergies, mucus accumulation, and more. It is not designed for the quick allergy relief that Allermac™ tends to give, but it takes an impressively strategic approach on allergies.
Most traditional anti-allergy medications strive to stop the body from producing histamines, which are simply your body’s natural defense to an allergen. This is similar to shooting pain meds into your hand to block your body’s natural response to jerk away when you touch a burning stove top.
Allergies are the result of your body saying, “Listen, I can’t handle this right now!” Yeast Ease Plus goes beyond the anti-histamine approach and instead works on different levels because of its unique combination of ingredients. It aims to help the body heal to where it doesn’t feel threatened and overwhelmed by substances that SHOULD be processed by your body with ease.
The base product in this remedy is Yeast Ease™. The Great Smokies Lab determined that Yeast Ease™ still killed 80% of the Candida Yeast even when diluted hey diluted it up to 1:3200.
In addition, Toxicon Corporation found it was non-toxic up to 150 times the maximum recommended dose!
Yeast Ease Plus™ also contains Silphium laciniatum, which has been used in all forms of asthma and bronchitis, as well as for bladder complaints including frequent urination and urinary tract infection. It has been used historically to treat cancer of the throat and mouth as well as being beneficial in the wasting away, and the “empty sensation” of cancer cahexia or wasting syndrome is a loss of weight, muscle atrophy, fatigue, weakness, and significant loss of appetite. It has been shown to be useful in cases of tuberculosis. It is mucolytic showing a strong ability to break up mucus accumulations anywhere in the body. Silphium is especially beneficial in addressing pressure and acrid mucus in the supra-orbital, posterior sinuses.