- Berberine, an isoquinoline found in
plants such as barberry and goldenseal, shows good antimicrobial
activity against microorganisms such as E. coli and Candida albicans
- Wormwood has traditionally been used to help remove parasites from the gastrointestinal tract
active concentrate of freeze-dried garlic used is rich in alliin and
alliinase, which releases high levels of allicin directly in the gut
when ingested and rehydrated
- Allicin has a remarkable
broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity against a range of
problematic bacteria, fungi (including Candida albicans) viruses and
- Recommended for use in cases of gastrointestinal
tract dysbiosis, where the maximum level of broad-spectrum effect is
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Safe with no toxicity to mammalian tissue
Ingredients Per capsule
- Barberry bark standardized extract (Berberis vulgaris)
providing 12mg berberine 200mg
- Goldenseal standardized extract (Hydrastis canadensis)
providing 2.5mg alkaloids 50mg
- Freeze dried garlic concentrate (Allium sativum)
providing 1.5mg allicin-forming potential 100mg
- Freeze dried wormwood oil concentrate (Artemisia absinthium)
providing 16.7mg wormwood oil 50mg
Vegetable magnesium stearate, silica. Capsule: cellulose & water.
One capsule taken three times daily with meals or as professionally directed.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use in pregnancy or if pregnancy is being planned.
Pharmaxs Antimicrobial Complex contains a
range of natural plant antimicrobials, which combine to give
broad-spectrum activity against bacteria, yeasts, fungi, protozoa and
parasites. Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) and goldenseal (Hydrastis
canadensis) are berberine-containing plants, traditionally used
extensively as anti-infectives in herbal medicine. Wormwood (Artemisia
absinthium) is included for its known anti-parasitic effect. Allicin,
released from the freeze-dried garlic, is the most potent and broadest
spectrum antimicrobial, active not only against bacteria, yeasts, fungi
and protozoa but adding strong anti-viral activity to the complex.