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This complete protocol is an intelligent way to help get rid of dog yeast without dangerous yeast die-off. It’s a safe and effective program of gentle herbs and homeopathic remedies.


3 Step Kit to Clear Up a Dog Yeast Infection

Have you noticed brownish colouring around your dog’s lips or paws, or brown gunk in her ears? It could be a dog yeast infection.


The 3 product kit contains:

Liver Tonic – 60ml
Yeasty Beast – homeopathic combination 30ml
Yeasty Beast – nutraceutical powder 69g



Liver Tonic Ingredients:

Mother tincture of:

Taraxacum Officinalis
Chelidonium Majus
Carduus Marianus


Inactive Ingredients: Organic Vegetable Gylcerine, Water


Yeasty Beast I Ingredients:

A homeopathic combination of:

Nux Vomica
Prepared in a 13% alcohol base


This combination is specifically designed to target SKIN and will help with itch, detox, and toxin removal.


Yeasty Beast II Ingredients:

Enzyme Probiotic Blend
Pau d’arco
Caprylic Acid



The protocol contains detailed instructions to clear out a dog yeast infection following these simple steps:

Change diet to eliminate as many starches, sugars and carbohydrates as possible – this will initiate the early stages of yeast starvation and eventually create a die-off.


Introduce the Liver Tonic to help prepare the organs for detox of the yeast toxins.


Introduce the Yeasty Beast I homeopathic combination – these ingredients will support skin and detox as well as the immune system.


Introduce the Yeasty Beast II Powder – you would do this 2 hours before or after meals to allow the enzymes to work on the yeast instead of assisting with digestion.


Once the yeast die off is complete, it is a good idea to move on to the Leaky Gut Protocol or at minimum add in Love Bugs to help increase and maintain the optimal level of beneficial gut flora to keep the yeast at bay.



How long will this last?

The kit lasts approximately:

60 days for up to 60lbs
30 days for over 60lbs
For use in dogs only.

This product is not for use on cats. Safe and effective use in pregnant animals or those intended for breeding has not been proven.

Yeasty Beast Protocol

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