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Vaginal infections are certainly among the most common gynecological problems. They can occur for a number of reasons:

Immunity drops due to some illness or stress
Foods that contain too many refined carbohydrates (eg sweets and white flour products)
Excessive use of intimate care products
Frequent swimming in the pool
Multi-day use of tampons
Vaginal infections can be the result of antibiotic therapy and are common in pregnancy
In the mentioned cases, the natural acidity (pH) of the vagina changes and the number of good, protective bacteria decreases, which enables the reproduction of harmful microbes. The most common causes of vaginal infections are fungi, bacteria and the unicellular organism Trichomonas vaginalis.
Fungal and bacterial vaginal infections are equally very common, but bacterial are more dangerous.

Fungal infections are most often caused by the fungus Candida albicans, which is otherwise a common resident of the human body and does not cause discomfort if present in small numbers. Candida will not cause vaginal infections if the vagina has a balanced flora, ie if it is dominated by good bacteria that produce lactic acid and maintain a normal pH (acidity) of the vagina around 4.5.

If the possibility of excessive proliferation of Candida albicans is provided, the typical symptom of itching (vaginal pruritus) occurs.

How to treat a fungal infection?

Fungal infection should be treated to reduce the amount of fungus, reduced to a normal amount. The second step is the restoration of the vaginal flora.
Fungal and bacterial vaginal infections are equally common, but bacterial ones are more dangerous.

How to treat a bacterial infection?

Bacterial infections often have no pronounced symptoms, so women are not aware that they have an infection. They are mostly detected by tests such as cervical swabs and a pap test. That is why it is very important to go for regular gynecological check-ups and try to live a healthy life, which certainly means eating a diet with as many natural and as few industrially processed (refined) foods as possible.

Vagitories with tea tree oil from Cydonia phytopharmaceuticals are used for the treatment of bacterial, fungal and viral microorganisms.

Vagitories with Australian tea tree oil are intended for vaginal hygiene. They alleviate / eliminate vaginal pruritus (rash / itching), which is most often caused by the invasion of microorganisms.

The product contains tea tree essential oil which is known for its effectiveness in cases of vaginal candidiasis, trichomoniasis and bacterial vaginosis.

Numerous studies show antimicrobial activity on the causes of such diseases *

Method of application:

Separate the 2 plastic strips of the vagitoria wrapper at the indicated location. Take out the vagitoria and throw away the empty vagitorium sheath. For adults only. Introduce one vagitoria 2 times a day (morning and evening) deep into the vagina, for a minimum of 7 days.

Packaging: 6 vagitoria x 3 g

1 vagitoria contains 200 mg of essential oil of Australian tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia, Myrtaceae)