Antifungal Cream

Antifungal Cream
NZ$ 18.50
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Thyme Heal antifungal creams contains herbs which support the body in dealing with: 

  • Athlete’s foot
  • Ringworm
  • Vaginal thrush
  • Genital thrush
  • Fungal infections of groin
  • All external skin areas including nails
Also provides a soothing application for chicken pox. 

Active ingredients are: 

Black Walnut - is known for its traditional usage as a powerful anti-inflammatory and antifungal agent.  It is highly astringent and aids in protecting and healing the skin tissue.

Calendula - these pretty garden flowers are one of the best healing plants for skin.  Calendula reduces inflammation, helps healing after injury and also has great antimicrobial properties.  It is clear to see why calendula is so prized for dealing with skin ailments.  Calendula has scientifically proven activity against bacteria, viruses and fungal organisms.

Myrrh - is an ancient herb much valued throughout the ages and included in the Pharmacopoeias of many countries until relatively modern times.  Myrrh too reduces inflammation, helps skin heal faster and most importantly fights a variety of infectious organisms.

Pau d’arco - is a South American herb with centuries of traditional use but has only been known in the west since the 19th Century.  It has strong antibacterial and antifungal properties and is also anti-inflammatory.

Thyme and Tea tree oils – have broad spectrum antimicrobial properties with activity against a range of pathogenic fungi, bacteria and viruses.

Thyme Heal’s Antifungal Cream has a blend of effective antifungal herbs that also help heal irritated skin.  Antifungal Cream is generally safe to use for all ages and conditions. Keep away from eyes and take care in sensitive areas. Discontinue use if any aggravation occurs. 

Antifungal Cream is not for oral use. Seek additional medical advice if the fungal infection persists. 

Size: 30 grams - Price: NZ$18.50

Size: 60 grams - Price: NZ$32.00

Always read the label and use only as directed.

If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.