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.