Dysbiosis, the imbalance of gut flora, often leads to overgrowth of harmful bacteria or yeast particles, like Candida species. Many physicians are recognizing that this overgrowth is related to many adverse health outcomes.
Dr. Gladd Says
Candicid Forte is a multi-herbal blend for digestive overgrowth. It helps with yeast overgrowth, has some antibacterial properties and the berberine provides support the immune system in the gut.
SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement, 2 capsules three times per day or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Do not consume this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician for more information.This product contains the following potential allergens: Corn and Asteracea Family.
- Serving Size: 2 Capsules
- Total Servings: 90
|Zinc (as Zinc Undecylenate USP)||20 mg|
|Sodium Caprylate||150 mg|
|Zinc Undeclyenate USP||150 mg|
|Berberine HCI||100 mg|
|Cinnamon Bark Extract 5:1||100 mg|
|Ginger Root||100 mg|
|Oregano Leaf Extract 10:1||100 mg|
|Pau D'Arco Inner Bark Extract 5:1||100 mg|
|Rosemary Leaf Extract 10:1||100 mg|
|German Chamomile Flower (from Asteracea Family)||50 mg|
Other ingredients: Natural Vegetable Capsules. This product may contain one or more of the following: Calcium Silicate, Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, and Stearic Acid.
Candicid Forte was developed to support those with Candida and related yeast infections. The ingredients in Candicid Forte help to eliminate Candida and its related effects by supplying natural herbs, some used for centuries, with antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Zinc undecyclenate is the zinc salt of undecylenic acid. Undecylenic acid has been used for years as an antifungal agent and is found in many over the counter antifungal creams. Sodium caprylate, which is the salt form of caprylic acid, is also commonly used as an antifungal agent in many over the counter ointments. Studies show both undecylenic acid caprylic acid have potent anti Candida effects.
Pau D’Arco, also known as Red Lapacho, is an evergreen tree indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. The inner portion of the bark has been used by Native Americans for thousands of years for fungal and bacterial infections. In vitro studies show Pau D’Arco has a strong inhibitory activity against some bacterial strains.
Berberine sulfate is an alkaloid extracted from plant roots. It is commonly found in Barberry, Turmeric, and Oregon Grape. In vitro studies confirm berberine also has antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Rosemary, oregano, and cinnamon are all common spices used worldwide. What people may not know about these spices is that they all posses potent antifungal and antibacterial properties. Most of the medicinal attributes of these spices, along with many others, are in the essential oils.
Chamomile is most commonly recognized as a tea used for relaxation. It also has antibacterial properties as well. In this formula, chamomile along with ginger, are added to soothe the stomach.