Directions for use:
Internal: 20 drops twice daily, in a little water
External: Dab liberally onto the affected area, undiluted 2 to 5 times daily
As a mouthwash: 30 drops - gargle for one minute, 2 to 4 times a day
This product is not recommended for children
Please seek medical advice if pregnant
Spilanthes should not be used externally alongside tretinoin (an acne product)
Keep out of reach and sight of children
Store in a cool dry place
• Fungal skin infections
• Athlete's foot
• Oral thrush
Fungal conditions can be quite hard to shift, manifesting both externally and internally, where they cause digestive problems such as bowel disposes.
Taken internally with acidophilus and Molkosan, whilst following a sensible anti-candida eating plan, this remedy can help to boost resistance to fungal infections.
How does Spilanthes work?
• Topical analgesic
Spilanthes contains an essential oil, spilanthole, which is anti-inflammatory in its action. It also contains tannic acid, which has an astringent action.
Traditionally it has been used externally to relieve pain and swelling, on account of these properties.
Dr Vogel noticed that the Javaras, an Indian tribe, used the herb to treat fungal skin conditions. He accordingly formulated the herb into a tincture to be used for external fungal infections such as athlete's foot, ringworm and nail infections. It is used as a mouthwash for mouth ulcers and oral thrush.
Its external effect upon fungal conditions appears to be mirrored internally, where it makes a good companion treatment to Molkosan and Echinaforce for Candida albicans infestations.
Tincture of organically grown Paracress (Spilanthes oleracea) dried plant and leaves, extracted in alcohol (67%v/v).