The New Zealand native herbs used include
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Poroporo, Horopito, M?nuka, and Tanekahe. Some East Cape K?nuka essential oil is included even if M?nuka may not be impressed.
Poroporo has anti-inflammatory characteristics and anti-fungal actions. Horopito is an anti-fungal and anti-microbial. It works quite well combating fungal infections. It also gives the cream a beige/orange colour. M?nuka has anti-fungal properties and can help with the itching. Tanekahe is included for its anti-microbial action. Fungal infections can become infected with bacteria so Tanekahe is around to help as is K?nuka. Use this cream for any topical fungal infection. It helps with tinea, athlete’s foot (even if you’re not an athlete!) skin infections, itchy bits like under the arms or jock itch, and some rashes. It can help with back acne as that is usually a fungal infection. As mentioned before this will not help with nail fungal infections.
When treating a fungal infection please eliminate sugars and starches from your diet. These feed the fungus making it difficult to treat. So yes, avoid the fun stuff like sugar, honey, bananas, dried fruit, potatoes, carrots, white rice, white pasta, white bread, and alcohol. Remove these foods from your diet for three weeks while using the cream and you will be pleasantly surprised. Well, as pleasant as one can be eliminating those foods.
We use professional grade herbal extracts with the alcohol removed. They are combined in a professional grade vitamin E cream base. If the product has separated, please mix before using. The cream is red/brown in colour due to the gorgeous horopito.
Directions: Apply to area two to three times per day. You can go up to six times in one day. Keep area dry whenever possible. Please patch test for possible allergies.
Caution with nut allergies as the vitamin E cream base contains sweet almond oil.