Vaginal odor is often the result microbiome imbalance.
Microbiome is a community of all bacteria and fungi. It includes good bacteria and bad bacteria.
When the microbiome becomes imbalanced, dysbiosis happens.
Dysbiosis means that bad bacteria increase while good bacteria decrease.
When bad bacteria overgrow, odor may be produced.
Each animal species has a unique food preference.
For example, rabbits eat carrots; cats eat fish.
For explanation purpose, let us assume that rabbits are good bacteria, while cats are bad bacteria because cats' pee produces bad odor.
Thus, if rabbits reduce, while cats increase in a house, the house will smell bad odor.
The conventional approach treats bad odor by using poison (drugs) to kill cats.
The problem is that the same poison can also kill rabbits, resulting in killing of all animals in the house.
After you stop the treatment, more wild cats may come back to inhabit the vacant house. The house smells odor again.
NeuEve uses a natural alternative approach.
It delivers "carrots" to the house.
When carrots are provided in a sufficient amount, more rabbits (good bacteria) will come to the house, while cats (bad bacteria) will leave due to a lack of suitable cat foods.
After cats leave, the house will no longer smell cats' pee.
NeuEve delivers food-grade ingredients that help enrich the population of good bacteria and strengthen the weakened vaginal lining skin.
Thus, using NeuEve routinely can help clear odor and promote feminine health naturally.
Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only. It is about natural products, nutrients, and/or alternative methods for managing discomforts associated with vaginal dysbiosis (imbalance of microbiome, not a true infection or disease). It is not medical advice for the treatment of any diseases.