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Calmagen antifungal product with AMYCOT

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by manmantis, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. manmantis

    manmantis Active Member


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    We've just had a visit from a rep plugging the "latest" in anti-fungal treatments.

    It's a product called Calmagen. The active ingredient is "a plant based bioactive" called AMYCOT.

    Apart from the advertising literature that the rep supplied which has a couple of proof of efficacy in vivo & in vitro trials, I can find precious little about this product on the web.

    Can anyone point me in the direction of any studies or info on the product other than the company website?

    http://biovite.com.au/

    http://www.growthconsulting.frost.com/web/images.nsf/0/13597C25B8E55759652574DA001B8BF6/$File/TI%20Alert.htm

    Cheers,

    Julian
     
  2. hollywest

    hollywest Member

    I have been using this product in our clinic for at least 12 months and find it to be very effective and get at least an 80% success rate with most of our patients along with consultations every 6-8 weeks. There is not a lot of literature around, I don't think it has been used very long in Australia, but it seems to work very well. Most patients like that it is simple to apply and I find they comply with the use of it. Hope this helps.
     
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