Solaray Yeast Cleanse supplement

Solaray Yeast-Cleanse Review

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Samantha Somerson, PharmD.

What is Solaray Yeast-Cleanse?

Solaray Yeast-Cleanse is a dietary supplement for cleansing yeast or Candida infection from the body. It is a product from a company regarded as the flagship brand among the brands controlled by Nutraceutical. This product, so they say, helps to reduce vaginal discharge, itching, odor and other symptoms of yeast infections. It is just one of many offerings that are marketed to deliver similar benefits. In our Solaray Yeast-Cleanse review, you will learn more about what we found out from our research on it. Is it any better than rival products?

Ingredients

This is a blend of natural ingredients. Solaray Yeast-Cleanse supposedly contains no fillers or other harmful additives. Its list of main ingredients features:

Our research did not yield specific reasons why Solaray included each of these ingredients in the product. However, a number of them, such as Pau D’Arco, caprylic acid, and grapefruit extract, are commonly used. The herb Pau D’Arco contains powerful properties that inhibit Candida growth. Caprylic acid disrupts the walls of yeast cells. Grapefruit seed is thought of as equally as effective as, and even better than, many antifungals and antibiotics.

Dosage

The serving size of Solaray Yeast-Cleanse is six capsules a day. This is to be divided into three equal doses and taken with a glass of water and food. Eating is especially important for people with a sensitive stomach. We think the number of pills you have to take daily is on the high side.

What is the Cost?

The price of Solaray Yeast-Cleanse differs, based on where you are buying from. Its 90-capsule bottle sells for about $10, while you can buy the 180-count offering for $16 to $17.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

Our research did not reveal the availability of a satisfaction guarantee from the manufacturer. You have a reason to be worried about this, especially if you are trying Solaray Yeast-Cleanse for the first time. However, you should check the store where you are buying from if they have a return policy. The somewhat low price, however, might make you willing to overlook the lack of a money back guarantee.

Our Final Review of Solaray Yeast-Cleanse

We can say this is a decent product for clearing yeast and detoxifying your body, based on what we have discussed in this Solaray Yeast-Cleanse review. A number of its ingredients, including Pau D’Arco and caprylic acid, have the potential to help in these regards. The customer reviews of the product are mostly positive – about 4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon at the time of writing. But an aspect some buyers could have issues with is the lack of a money back guarantee. This is especially poor because there are other supplements on the market that offer such. You may also consider the number of capsules to take daily rather too much. Although the majority of users didn’t seem to have side effects, we saw a complaint of serious headaches and nausea from use.

What is Solaray Yeast-Cleanse? Solaray Yeast-Cleanse is a dietary supplement for cleansing yeast or Candida infection from the body. It is a product from a company regarded as the flagship brand among the brands controlled by Nutraceutical. This product, so they say, helps to reduce vaginal discharge, itching, odor and…
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Samantha graduated with a Pharm. D. from Frederic University School of Pharmacy and has worked as a licensed pharmacist for over 25 years. She is well known in her community as an accessible, knowledgeable and trustworthy medical resource. She continually raises awareness for issues that are important to her community such as the dangers of drug use during pregnancy. Additionally, she offers free training classes for everything from insulin pumps to defibrillators. Samantha has also been published numerous times in scholarly and professional journals and would like to expand that number now that her children are grown and have left the house. Samantha starts every day with a Buddhist meditation and has plans to attend a retreat in South Africa this coming year.


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