All-Natural Anti-Fungal Cream

An effective holistic-medication designed to fight fungal ailments.

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We are proud to share our potent all-natural cream that not only helps fight fungal ailments but also naturally helps moisturize the skin.

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Why Andy's?

Andy's No. 7 can be used to fight fungal strains that cause infections such as dermatophytosis, including Trichophyton, Microsporum, Epidermophyton, Candida, Yeast Infections and Jock Itch. Besides fighting fungi, Andy's No. 7 has natural skin protecting and moisturizing qualities that can aid the skin's healing process.

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Key Ingredients

The key ingredients in Andy's No. 7 have shown anti-fungal and antibacterial properties along with effectiveness against specific fungi which have become increasingly resistant to over the counter medications in recent years. The following quotes were taken from medical studies around the world in reference to Andy's No. 7's key ingredients, coconut oil and cinnamon oil:

"The emergence of antimicrobial resistance, coupled with the availability of fewer anti-fungal agents with fungicidal actions, prompted this present study to characterize Candida species in our environment and determine the effectiveness of virgin coconut oil... Coconut oil should be used in the treatment of fungal infections." - Abstract from a study at the Medical Microbiology Laboratory, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria.

"Atopic dermatitis (AD) skin is dry and readily colonized by Staphylococcus aureus (SA). Coconut oils are traditionally used to moisturize and treat skin infections. Virgin Coconut Oil in use against SA, fungi, and viruses may be useful in the proactive treatment of AD colonization." - Abstract from a study from the Skin and Cancer Foundation, Pasig, Philippines.

"The authors were able to establish a correlation between chemical composition and anti-fungal activity, showing that the strong anti-fungal activity of the bark and leaf oils of Cinnamon was related to the high levels of cinnamaldehyde and eugenol while high amounts of benzyl benzoate in the leaf oils of were responsible for selective toxicity against dermatophytes." - Abstract from a study from the Medicinal Plants and Microbiology Research Laboratory, Gulbarga University, Karnataka, India.

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