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Organic herbal supplement designed to kill Candida Albicans and balance the body's internal flora.

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  • Kill Candida Albicans cells and prevent the growth of yeast and fungus

  • Kill fungal infections, bacterial infections and tinea infections

  • Boost the immune system to increase the body’s efficiency in destroying candida

  • Reduce inflammation due to yeast infections

  • Restore intestinal balance and balance the digestive system

  • Help to speed up the healing of wounds, damaged or broken tissues

  • Works on athletes foot, jock itch, ringworm, nail fungus, skin infections and fungal rashes


pau d'arco

Pau D’Arco has been used for hundreds of years in Brazil and South America to treat oral and genital yeast infections.  It has anti-inflammatory properties, according to biotechnologists at Seoul National University, Pau’ D’Arco contains anthraquinone-2-carboxylic acid and lapachol – 2 plant compounds that help keep levels of intestinal bacteria in humans balanced. 

The Unitat de Farmacologia of Barcelona, Spain recognized Pau’ D’Arco as having the most effective anti-fungal and anti-yeast properties activity compared to 14 other Paraguayan plants used in traditional medicine.


Garlic has been used in both food and herbal medicine world-wide for thousands of years, and it has many health benefits.  Numerous scientific tests have proven the effectiveness of garlic in getting rid of candida.  It contains a compound called diallyl disulphide, which Microbiologists at Cardiff University, Wales found was “an effective antifungal agent able to trigger cell death in Candida”.

Researchers from Asahi University, Japan found that garlic damaged the cell of candida cells, and food scientists at Sejong University, Korea, who found that the allicin in garlic inhibited the growth of yeast, fungus and candida, confirmed this.  According to the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, allicin exhibits “antifungal activity, particularly against Candida albicans”.


Echinacea is one of the most commonly used herbs in the USA and Europe, and was originally used in Native American medicine to treat infections – including yeast and fungal infections such as candida and athletes foot, and to boost the immune system.

Echinacea has excellent antifungal properties, and the University of Ottawa, Canada, conducted studies, which proved the herbs ability to inhibit the growth of a variety of pathogenic yeast and fungus, including Candida albicans.  Researchers from the Universität Ulm, in Germany also found that it increased the efficiency of the immune system’s ability to destroy Candida albicans by 30-45%.


Goldenseal is another herb originally used in Native American medicine, and is rich in a compound called berberine, which has the ability to kill a wide range of pathogens, including those that cause candida infections.  It is often combined with echinacea to boost the immune system and protect the body from infection. 

Immunologists at the Institute of Microbiology found that berberine could suppress the rate at which candida albicans invaded tissue cells.

Cell biologists at the University of Maryland report that Goldenseal “produce medicinally active alkaloids” such as berberine, which they found “has shown antifungal activity.”  The Alternative Medical Review published a report on berberine, that confirmed the  antimicrobial activities of berberine, stating that it demonstrated “significant antimicrobial activity against a variety of organisms including bacteria, viruses, and fungi”


Chamomile is another commonly used herb that has been used for thousands of years by cultures in Europe to treat infections, inflammation and skin conditions.  It has also been widely used to treat wounds, and to speed up the healing of damaged or broken tissues.

It’s ability to heal wounds was confirmed in animal studies at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad, where scientists found that extracts of chamomile could reduce wounds by 61% over a 15-day period.  In Germany, biotechnologists from the University of Heidelberg found that chamomile extracts had antimicrobial activities even in low concentrations.  Scientists at Centro de ciências de saúde, Brazil, also confirmed its antimicrobial activity.


Barberry has been used for hundreds of years in Asian medicine to treat the digestive and skin disorders, and it is rich in berberene, which boosts the immune system and has antimicrobial activity, killing Candida and yeast infections.  Barberry root also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can soothe a digestive system aggravated by candida overgrowth.

Microbiologists at the University of Catania, Italy studied barberry extracts and found that it was effective against various strains of the candida species.  It’s antimicrobial activities were also confirmed by a study carried out at the Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Argentina, where extracts of barberry were examined for their ability to kill bacteria and fungi.


Oregano oil was found to kill microbes because it had a high concentration of chemical compounds that were similar in composition to alcohol.  Laboratory studies at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC found that oregano oil could completely inhibit the growth of Candida albicans.

Pharmacists at the Universidade de Coimbra attributed the antifungal activity of oregano oil to its ability to create extensive lesions on the membrane of candida cells. Oregano oil has been proven effective against Candida albicans by Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, who concluded in a 2006 study that “C. albicans was the most sensitive microorganism to the oregano extracts”.

Scientists at the Università di Bologna, Italy found that essential oils of oregano showed maximum anti-fungal properties against candida albicans after only 7 days.  Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Pietermaritzburg, South Africa concluded that oregano oil had strong antimicrobal activity and could kill Candida albicans.  Microbiologists at the University of Bari, evaluated the anti-candida effects of oregano oils and found it to be effective in inhibiting some candida species. 

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  1. Does didaclear work for Staphylococus, Syphillis and Gonorrhea?
  2. How much Didaclear can I take for the candida to clear?
  3. Can Didaclear be taken along with other Herbal Remedies like FertilPlus, FibroidClear and Cleansing Kit?
  4. Does DidaClear work on Skin Infection like Acne Rosacea?
  5. Is DidaClear safe to take while pregnant?
  6. Is didaclear vegetable(capsule) or gelatin?
  7. do you have a treatment for vaginal thrush i have regular occurances and sometimes need to take the 1 day tablets 3 times to get rid of it
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    Does didaclear work for Staphylococus, Syphillis and Gonorrhea?

    DidaClear has only been tested on Candida Albicans.

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    How much Didaclear can I take for the candida to clear?

    For best results, we recommend a 3-4 month supply, combined with a body cleanse and AlkaGreens Plus.

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    Can Didaclear be taken along with other Herbal Remedies like FertilPlus, FibroidClear and Cleansing Kit?

    Yes, it is completely safe to take Didaclear with our other remedies.

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    Does DidaClear work on Skin Infection like Acne Rosacea?

    We have not tested DidaClear for use on acne rosacea, since it is not traditionally related to candida.

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    Is DidaClear safe to take while pregnant?

    We don't recommend you take any herbal remedies while pregnant, not even DidaClear

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    Is didaclear vegetable(capsule) or gelatin?

    It is a vegetable capsule.

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    do you have a treatment for vaginal thrush i have regular occurances and sometimes need to take the 1 day tablets 3 times to get rid of it

    We have a remedy called DidaClear, which helps to kill yeast infections that cause vaginal thrush. We recommend you take it 3 times a day.

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