When is Potassium Bichromate Used for Yeast Infections?

Potassium bichromate is also known as potassium dichromate or Kali bichromicum. It is a compound that is gotten from potassium chromate or chromium iron ore. Care must be taken when using this compound medicinally as it is very toxic and should only be used by people who know what they are doing. It is corrosive and is also used in electric batteries, wood staining and textiles.

When used to treat ailments and infections like a yeast infection it is put through a process called trituration which dilutes it to safe levels. It is most often used for nose, stomach, throat and vaginal problems. Symptoms a yeast infection sufferer may be experiencing to be treated with potassium bichromate are;

  • Burning that lasts for long periods at a time.
  • Worsening of symptoms in the morning.
  • A thick yellow vaginal discharge that is sticky and tough.
  • Feeling better when patients wrap up warm and stay rested.
  • Itching vulva.

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