Boric Acid Is Tested and Proven Safe

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( — July 21, 2018) Cheyenne, Wyoming — Anything including the word “acid” attached to it is quite often assumed to be very strong, even harsh, so it’s no surprise that many are instinctively hesitant about boric acid just by the name of it. Conversely, boric acid is medically renowned as an antifungal and antiviral agent that’s effective against vaginal infections whilst soothing the vagina. 

Boric acid (H3BO3) is a white crystalline, oxygen-bearing acid of boron naturally found in certain minerals and volcanic waters or hot springs in regions such as Tuscany, the Lipari Islands and Nevada. Additionally known as hydrogen borate, boracic acid, orthoboric acid and acidum boricum, this mild acid works well to stifle the growth of microorganism like those which cause yeast and bacterial infections. 

The medically-approved boric acid formula used in the HealthyWiser™ Femme-Fresh™ Vaginal Suppository functions as an anti-fungal agent to restore healthy vaginal pH balance, relive itchiness and prevent unpleasant lingering scents. 

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that this [boric acid] regimen has clinical and mycological (branch of biology that deals with fungi) eradication rates of approximately 70 percent,” says the Dr. Axe website. “A study published in the journal Diabetes Care has even found that boric acid vaginal suppositories were more effective against candida symptoms in diabetic women than an oral azole medication.” 

Women are mostly faced with bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections, commonly called thrush. Candida albicans is responsible for most yeast infections, however, Candida glabrata, another more insidious type of yeast, accounts for a number of cases. One should note that both forms result from the overgrowth of naturally present yeast cells accompanied by a thick white discharge and itchiness. 

On the other hand, a thin grayish white discharge that carries a pungent fishy odor accompanies bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis occurs when bad bacteria outnumbers the good bacteria that naturally resides in the vagina. 

“Studies have found boric acid to be a safe, affordable, and helpful treatment for many people with chronic or recurrent yeast infections that have not been successfully treated by other means, it may be especially effective for diabetic people with chronic or recurrent yeast infections,” explains the “Go Ask Alice!” website powered by the University of Columbia, New York. “While some other antifungal yeast infection treatments only treat the Candida albicans yeast, boric acid treats both Candida albicans and Candida glabrata yeasts.” 

It has been found that stand topical treatments with clotrimazole, miconazole and tioconazole as the main active ingredients help get rid of Candida glabrata only 50% of the time, hence doctors often recommend boric acid suppositories such as Femme-Fresh™ by HealthyWiser™. 

The Femme-Fresh™ Boric Acid Suppository is a safe hypoallergenic treatment for vaginal infections and its gynecologist approved formula is superior to cream and oral products.

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