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Wild Endive Formula (replaces Bayberry Formula)
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Wild Endive Formula (replaces Bayberry Formula)

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Wild Endive Formula is our replacement for Bayberry Formula, in view of recent EU THMPD (EU Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products Directive) legislation. Unfortunately under further EU regulations, we cannot write as much about it as we would ideally like.

This botanical food supplement can be an invaluable part of a candida balancing regime for people who may be concerned about their level of candida toxins or a possible die-off reaction. In very severe cases, it may be beneficial to take as much as 4 capsules 3 times per day for the first few weeks, possibly before any other products are introduced. Please note, it's sister product Wild Endive Formula A should also be considered by those who prefer a ginger free alternative. 

We generally suggest it should be given at a dosage of three capsules twice daily for two months, before adding stronger products like Threelac and Thyme Formula. However we usually find it can combined with Aerobic 07 straight away so long as the user begins on no more than half the label dosage.

Ingredients:

Dandelion leaf & root (Wild Endive), Marshmallow, Red Clover, Burdock, Ginger, Parsley leaf

What else can I use to help Wild Endive Formula?

For preventing and treating candida die-off also consider Molybdenum , Vitamin C and either Zinc or Zinc with Vitamin B6. One of our oxygen based colon cleansing products can also be very helpful.

* As a precaution, this product is not recommended for infants, during breastfeeding or pregnancy.

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Information and statements made are for educational purposes and are not intended to replace the advice of your health care professional.
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We provide nutritional products that may assist the body in its efforts to nutritionally rebuild and heal itself.
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