Vitamins For Chronic Yeast/Fungal Infections

A range of yeast infection medications are available without a prescription. Some are creams you apply inside the vagina. Others are suppositories or vaginal tablets you place in your vagina and let dissolve. The problem with these medications is that they are often time used inappropriately or too often. A common oral antifungal medication called fluconazole (Diflucan) is often prescribed for chronic yeast and fungus issues. This drug kills fungus and yeast throughout your body, but may also lead to minor side effects, such as stomach upset or headaches, after taking it.

  • CandiCleat provides a comprehensive blend of botanicals, fatty acids, and nutrients to promote healthy microbial balance and to soothe the lining of the GI (gastrointestinal) tract.
  • GI Clear contains a special botanical blend of ingredients that create an unfavorable environment for harmful microbes.
  • Saccharomyces contains Saccharomyces boulardii, a nonpathogenic, transient yeast used to support normal bowel transit time and repair the lining of the gastrointestinal tract.

Where to get

The vitamins and nutrients commonly used to address chronic yeast and fungal infections can be purchased at any large retailer. Be on the lookout for professional-grade vitamins and supplements - most of those sold at brick-and-morter retailers are food-grade. Wellnicity has sourced a variety of supplements, used effectively for years by our clinical team.  These supplements can be compiled into daily-dose pill packs for convenience.  (All of the vitamins and supplements sold here at Wellnicity are professional-grade).

Our recommendation

If you want to really address your symptoms and find out which vitamins and supplements will actually make you feel better, you first need to know what is going on in your body. We offer a number of clinical at-home test kits to help you measure and discover what is out of balance so you can accurately address your problems.


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