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Thyme Formula (Replaces Golden Seal Formula F)
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Thyme Formula (Replaces Golden Seal Formula F)

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Formulated for maintenance of a healthy candida balance in the body. This is our replacement for Golden Seal Formula F in view EU Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products Directive. Same as the old product but Golden Seal and Lapacho removed and replaced with Oregano and Pomegranite.

Because Threelacis such a popular product, Thyme Formula is often greatly undervalued and underestimated by our customers. This botanical food supplement was formulated to discourage the proliferation of candida overgrowth in the body, and we think it's our strongest product for this purpose. Best taken with Wild Endive Formula in severe cases. Thyme Formula has been designed to work in all parts of the body.

How long should I take it for?

Although a few people seem to benefit very quickly, a single bottle is really for trial purposes. We would suggest that the minimum reccomended period of usage is 3 months. Full benefits typically take 6 months. 1 bottle will last 2 weeks on full label dosage.

Note: If you are sensitive to Chilli pepper, please select Thyme Formula A.

Need more help?

For further botanical support, you can combine Thyme Formula with:

Oregano Formula
Pau D'arco (Lapacho)
Barberry (Barberry contains the compounds Berberine and berberine which are also found in Golden Seal)
Samento or Cat's Claw
Cumanda

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It is with regret that we are unable to share with you more information about this product. This is due to EU legislation.


Label Information

Thyme Formula

Food Supplement 60 Capsules

Directions

First week – 1 capsule daily
Second week - 1 capsule twice daily
Third week & thereafter - 2 or 3 capsules twice daily. Take with food.

Avoid if pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not exceed the stated intake. Keep cool & dry, out of reach of children. Do not use instead of a varied diet. Suitable for vegans & vegetarians

Ingredients

Vegetarian capsule shell (cellulose derivative & water), Thyme, Licorice, Rosemary, Marigold, Cayenne, Turmeric, Pomegranate.
Typically 425 mg blend per capsule
Totally additive-free

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