Kolorex is the product name for an oil from a New Zealand plant called horopito that has been traditionally used in Maori medicine and rituals. It is also used in cooking as a substitute for black pepper. The plant contains sesquiterpene dialdehyde polygodiali, an inhibitor of Candida albicans. Besides being anti-fungal, polygodial is also anti-microbial and insecticidal. It supports recovery from exposure to fungi.
The highly concentrated extract is in a base of olive oil, glycerin, and purified water. The normal dosage is one per day, but some people can take two. Though well-tolerated, even by children, some die-off is to be expected. Please note that the capsules are not vegetarian.
each softgel contains 2.5 mg Pseudowintera colorata extract from Red Leaf Horopito in olive oil, glycerin, and purified water in a soft gelatin capsule.
30 gel caps, 60 gel caps