SANUM ALBICANSAN D5 DROPS 10ml SANUM HOMEOPATHIC REMEDY
The remedy ALBICANSAN ® is made from the yeast Candida albicans. Candida albicans is a normal component of the intestinal flora. Under certain circumstances (especially milieu shifts) it comes to a strong multiplication with the appearance of disease symptoms. Within the elements of SANUM therapy it belongs to the medicines of SYSTEM-REGULATION.
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ALBICANSAN D 5 drops 10ml.
Albicansan D5 drops from SANUM KEHLBECK GmbH & Co. KG. are drops for ingestion and rubbing in.
Active ingredient: Candida albicans (homeopathy)
The preparation belongs to the group of mushroom preparations.
It contains the active ingredient Candida albicans D5. Albicansan D5 drops are made up as follows: 10 ml liquid dilution contain: 10 ml Candida albicans D5 dil. (HAB, regulation 5a, D1 with purified water).
Candida albicans ALBICANSAN D5 drops Application:
If Albicansan D5 drops are used for oral use, then 5 drops are taken 1-2 times a day before a meal. If it is used for rubbing, 5-10 drops are rubbed into the crook of the elbows twice a week, only on intact skin. Children between the ages of 6 and 12 receive no more than two thirds of the adult dose.
Side effects are not yet known.
Candida albicans ALBICANSAN D5 drops must not be used if you are hypersensitive to yeast fungi (Candida albicans).
Since there is insufficiently documented experience, Albicansan drops should only be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding after consulting a doctor. There is insufficient documented experience with the use of this medicinal product in children under 6 years of age. It should therefore not be used in children under 6 years of age.
Candida albicans is also contained in Exmykehl as an active ingredient.
Candida Albicans Benefits:
Normal concentrations of Candida yeast promote gut health and nutrient absorption and also aid digestion. However, having too much of this yeast in the body or on the skin can lead to infections.
Candida albicans is a polymorphic yeast species that often forms part of the commensal gastrointestinal mycobiota of healthy humans. It is also an important opportunistic pathogen. A tripartite interaction involving C. albicans, the resident microbiota and host immunity maintains.