Vagistatin Alternatives (discontinued)/ Health Concerns
Vagistatin by Health Concerns Has Been Discontinued
Vagistatin is a proprietary formula created by Jake Fratkin, the noted and prolific publisher and TCM practitioner. It has recently been discontinued by its manufacturer, Health Concerns, based in Oakland California.
Vagistatin was designed to help with symptoms such as vaginal discharge, itching, dryness and irritation. Vagistatin was primarily used for Damp Heat conditions in the lower JIAO, usually diagnosed as vaginal yeast infection, or human papilloma virus (HPV).
The Vagistatin capsule was meant to be used both orally or as a vaginal suppository. Suppositories, it should be noted, are not often used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). According to TCM, vaginal yeast infections are signs of Dampness And Heat In The In The Lower Body Cavity (Lower Jiao). Dampness, whether inside the body or anywhere in nature, is an attraction for all life, especially fungi. Yeast, and other infections, are difficult to control in a damp environment. That's why TCM focuses on removing dampness as necessary to clearing fungal and other infections.
Damp conditions can lead to yeast infections with symptom of itching‚ burning‚ and excessive vaginal discharge. If you suffer from frequent yeast infections‚ you may also consider taking Vagistatin plus additional formulas such as WU LING SAN (HC Drain Dampness) to more aggressively dry damp.
When to Use Vagistatin
Vagistatin's TCM Uses and Properties
- Clears Heat
- Dries Damp
- Vitalizes blood
Vagistatin Dosage and Administration
Use before bedtime each night, carefully wash all external surfaces adjacent to the vagina. Wash and dry hands thoroughly. Soften 1 to 2 capsules with warm running water. While lying on the back, gently insert each capsule.
When Not to Use Vagistatin: Safety Cautions and Contra-Indications
Self-diagnosis and self treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, long term, or serious conditions. To insure the best outcome for yourself and minimize the cost and chance of side effects, Find a Local TCM Practitioner or Start an E-mail Consultation.
|Ban Lan Gen||Isatis Root|
|Da Qing Ye||Baphicacanthus Leaf|
|Dan Shen||Red Root Sage Root|
|Huang Bai (Chuan)||Phellodendron Bark|
|Qing Hao||Artemisia Qing Hao|
|She Chuang Zi||Cnidium Fruit|
|Xian He Cao||Agrimony|
|Yu Xing Cao||Houttuynia|
*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.