What is Anal Itch Assist?
This is a review of Anal Itch Assist which is produced by Native Remedies. Anal Itch Assist claims to reduce anal irritation and burning, both in and around the anus. It also claims to keep tissues in the affected area healthy*.
Anal Itch Assist is a homeopathic remedy with the following ingredients:
- Kali sulph
Fagopyrum, otherwise known as buckwheat, may help provide soothing relief on the skin
Aesculus, otherwise known as horse chestnut, is a common remedy for healthy veins and is used in the treatment in varicose veins.
Sulphur claims to help relieve itchiness and burning in the affected area.
Kali Sulph also claims to help alleviate burning and itchiness in the area.
Cina also claims to help relieve itchiness of the anus.
Instructions for Anal Itch Assist are as follows: mix .5 mL into 1/4 cup of water and drink slowly. You should repeat this every 20-30 minutes until your symptoms are alleviated.
You may also take the drops directly into the mouth.
One 2 oz bottle of Anal Itch Assist should last you around 30 days but this will depend on how frequently you use it.
One 2 fl oz bottle of Anal Itch Assist will cost $12.95. This bottle may last as long as 30 days depending on the frequency of use.
Possible Side Effects
If you have a grain allergy, you should consult your doctor before taking this product as it contains buckwheat.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor before using this product.
Anal Itch Assist claims to be suitable for all ages, gluten free, vegetarian-friendly and lactose-free. Anal Itch Assist is registered with the FDA. The ‘uses’ have not been evaluated by the FDA nor has the product by clinically tested. Native Remedies offers a one-year unconditional money back guarantee. Native Remedies claims to produce their products using the highest pharmaceutical standards in FDA-registered facilities using high-quality ingredients.
The Bottom Line
The description of the ingredients in Anal Itch Assist are convoluted and hard to understand. The ingredients all describe relieving the itching of the anus but none describe how Anal Itch Assist is said to be used in conjunction with the avoidance of alcohol and perfume free products like premoistened wipes or bubble baths or gels. Anal Itch Assist does not state where or not it is vegetarian-friendly, nor does it provide us with any customer reviews. One thing that we did like was the fact that it contains all natural homeopathic ingredients with limited side effects. More information is needed to ascertain whether this is an effective product or not.