A customer named L A, who is quite a prolific question-writer, sent us an email with a question about systemic yeast:
Question/Comment: Is there any harm in using the product (Olive Vaginal Spray) beyond the recommended ten days while treating the whole body for systemic yeast issues? (i.e. simply using the product until the contents of the bottle are gone?) Thanks!
There is no harm from taking this product beyond the 10 days. You cannot overdose on this homeopathic remedy. We only suggest this 10-day time period because 10 days is the typical amount of time required to clear up vaginal yeast AND it also makes you consider if you were still having a problem beyond the 10 days, that perhaps your self-diagnosis might have been wrong and you may need to seek professional advice.
Other thoughts — If this really is a whole body systemic yeast problem, and you are only treating that one part of the body, you will not get rid of it. Hopefully you are also treating the systemic problem with some sort of anti-fungal and proper diet – eliminate carbs, sugars, processed foods, etc. You might want to get a copy of Doug Kaufmann’s first book The Fungus Link , follow his Phase I Diet (found in the book) and learn more about the causes of systemic fungal disorders.
Since we are not doctors and cannot prescribe to you, I can answer your question in this way — if I had this problem, I would also begin taking the Olive Leaf Extract, 3 to 4 capsules 3X/day.
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