Yeast Gard Cools Vaginal Burning

Posted by Phil Ferguson on March 23rd, 2010 – 10 Comments – Posted in Homeopathy

Yeast GardIn my constant search for the most bizare homeopathic treatment, I have found one just for the ladies.  There is now a “treatment” for a yeast infection.  It is called Yeast Gard.  It has no side effects.  Actually, it has no effects.  Here are the “active” ingredients:  Candida albicans 28x, Candida parapsilosis 28x, Pulsatilla 28x.  Since I had no idea what these things are – I had to look them up.  You’re gonna love this…. (From Wikipedia)

Candida albicans is a diploid fungus (a form of yeast) and a causal agent of opportunistic oral and genital infections in humans.

Candida parapsilosis is a fungal species of the yeast family that has become a significant cause of sepsis and of wound and tissue infections in immuno-compromised patients.

The genus Pulsatilla includes about 30 species, many of which are valued for their finely-dissected leaves, solitary bell-shaped flowers, and plumed seed heads. The anthers are bright yellow and the purple bell consists of sepals.

So to get rid of your yeast infection, they are going to give you some fungus (a form of yeast) and parts of some flower.  It’s kinda like the “secret” –  like cures like.  Sure that sounds like a good idea to me.  So let me guess – if I have a gunshot wound I should put some black powder on it?

But wait there’s more…. or should I say less.  Note above that after each “active” ingredient there is this notation “28x”.  What that means is that there is 1 part fungus in 1×10^28 parts of gel.  Here is what 1×10^28 looks like.  10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.  That is a lot of gel.  Once again we see that homeopathy is a joke and cannot work.

You can learn more about homeopathy at the 10:23 website.

You could also watch the below video.  “If homeopathy works…I’ll drink my own piss.”

  1. Gauldar says:

    Hair of the dog… anyone?

  2. Ms. Crazy Pants says:

    gaaaccckkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!

    I just can’t imagine any woman that would think to herself, “Wow, my vagina …..has issues…(avoiding being too graphic). I think I’ll NOT go to the doctor and shove some random “natural” stuff up there.” Hopefully, the resulting worsening of symptoms should give them a clue.

  3. Jazzie says:

    Yeast Gard does works..I’ve used it before & it cleared up the yeast infection..actually women already have yeast in their vagina..its bad yeast that overpower the good yeast that’s when the infections come. The product has good yeast in it so it can kill the bad yeast.

  4. Phil says:

    @ jazzie – I can only assume that you did not read the post! There is NOTHING in the product. It CANNOT work. Sometimes an infection can go away on it’s own. This is not a result of this product. Please reread the part that explains what 28X stands for.

  5. Vanessa says:

    I don’t understand how a man can comment or vouch for yeastgard over a woman that’s tried it. Thanks for ur comment Jazzie. 28x is something, may not be a lot but there is an ingredient. Furthurmore, there are many agents that can work effectively in small doses. Plus, yeast multiplies over time, therefore I can’t imagine using such a high dosage of the good yeast if it also multiplies. And the medication is to work within a timeframe, not overnight.

  6. joanna says:

    I used this. It cleared up the burning instantly.
    I was on daily fluconzole tablets from the doctor for a deep
    seated thrush that made my cervix burn.
    The tablets stopped working. I was in major pain.
    this stuff cleared it up… for a few weeks.
    the real issue is diet and what you have going on inside you.
    eat too much stuff that makes your system acidy..
    the bad yeast goes into overdrive… cue more burning.

    the specialist at the hospital told me yeast strains
    become resistant to the fluconzole and that
    tackling it naturally was a good option.
    i found natural anti candida (yeast) tablets on a hospital
    approved drugs list for their aids/cancer patients,
    who all usually succumb to thrush in the final stages.
    it’s not all whacko stuff you know… i had three years
    of hospital specialists before sorting it out myself.
    yeastgard was the start of fixing it. moved onto mycropryl 680

  7. julie says:

    That “Gel” that you are talking about, Phil, is actaully bacillus based – which if you knew anything about vaginal flora, should be present as lactobacillus in the vagina! So if your levels of bacillus are low you will get an infection! So yes having large amounts of the “gel” with small amounts of “good yeast” does actually work if you keep to it. It strengthens the vaginal immune system!!

  8. Phil says:

    @ Julie please at least read the post. The only “yeast” that is claimed to be in this product is the evil kind that causes the infection. However, there is not any of it! Due to the dilutions levels there is a 1 in 1,000,000 chance of there being one bit of yeast. So the product cannot work because it contains nothing.

  9. A woman says:

    Two of the active ingredients of the suppositories, Candida Parapsilosis and Candida Albicans, are actual dead cells of the yeast fungus 28 times diluted. The other active ingredient is Pulsatilla, which is a windflower from Mexico, used to help relieve the vaginal itching and burning associated with yeast infections.

    In application of the homeopathic theory, when these microdoses of ingredients are introduced into the body, they spark the immune system to create antibodies that attack and kill the yeast itself. The process can be compared to a smallpox vaccine, which consists of the actual virus itself, and when introduced into the body, will spark the immune system to create antibodies to fight the virus.

    Know your stuff before you bluff!

  10. Phil says:

    @ woman There are no micro doses. There are NO ingredients. Homeopathy is a LIE! If you sell it you are causing harm. Please stop!

  1. There are no trackbacks for this post yet.