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100% natural antiseptic which primarily uses the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These, supported by other natural extracts, are specially concentrated to achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects; personal customers' reviews can be found on TONSILS.EU and ANGINA.EU.

Vaginal Infection

Vaginal Infection

Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill to treat wounds and scrapes→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)

Dosage of Streptokill for vaginal infections

Dilute Streptokill in a 1:3 ratio (alternatively, 1:6) and gently spread around the area of the vagina. You may also soak a tampon in diluted Streptokill and insert it into the vagina.

Diluting Streptokill in a 1:3 ratio: First, spray 1 portion of Streptokill (20 sprays = ca. 2 ml) into a glass, then add 3 portions of water (1 teaspoon = ca. 6 ml)

A sitting bath is also an option in this particular case. For this alternative, add Streptokill in a ratio of at least 1:200, i.e. 5 ml of Streptokill (ca. 50 sprays from the oral applicator) for 1 liter of water.


Vaginal Infections

Vaginal infections are a common problem experienced by many women. Very often it causes a change in the vaginal flora, a decrease in lactic bacteria, which protect the vagina against attacks by pathogenic microorganisms. It is caused by several factors and they are accompanied by similar symptoms, which women often mistake as signs of the very common yeast infection.


Symptoms of a vaginal infection are: itching, discharge, redness in and around the vagina, sensitivity, swelling, and pain during intercourse. Not all women experience identical symptoms, and that is the reason why, when in doubt, you should visit a specialist for an accurate diagnosis.

Types of vaginal infections:

- yeast infections

- bacterial infections

- viral infections

- protozoan infections (trichomoniasis)


It is possible to buy several products for the treatment of yeast infections. They are made in the form of gels, creams, pills or suppositories. It is important to have the correct diagnosis before starting any treatment. Many women often wrongly diagnose themselves and conseuently begin taking the wrong medicines. It is important to prevent such mistakes. In some cases, it is necessary to treat the woman's sexual partner as well, in cases when the infection keeps returning.

For bacterial infections, ANTIBIOTICS are usually prescribed. Treatment by antibiotics must be taken in its entirety in order to prevent a return of the infection.

Vaginal inflammation can be also treated by home remedies. These include wrapping a clove of garlic in cotton and securing it with dental floss to create a tampon, or soaking a tampon in natural yoghurt or tea tree oil.

Prevention is again very important factor. High personal hygiene, use of soaps enriched by lactic bacteria to maintain healthy flora, and balanced diet. Healthy sex life also plays important role in prevention of vaginal inflammation.

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