Natural cure yeast infection

When we speak of a "yeast" infection, what we usually mean is infection with a specific fungus, Candida albicans. Virtually all of us have "colonies" of this usually harmless yeast fungus living peacefully in our intestinal tract (and vaginal tract in women). Candida behaves in an opportunistic fashion, by which we mean it lives peacefully, minding its own business, keeping quiet, knowing its place, if you will, until something provides an opportunity for it to rise up in revolt. That something might be a course of antibiotics that wipes out all the competing bacteria in the area, or a severe infection that occupies your immune system on other fronts, or diabetes, or diseases such as AIDS that cripple the immune system.

Natural cure yeast infectionWhatever the cause, given the opportunity, the yeast fungi begin to grow unrestricted and causes infection. In the mouth, overgrowth of yeast causes a disorder known as thrush, in which white patches form on the inner surface of the cheeks, lips, and throat.

In babies, the yeast makes its move when wet or dirty diapers remain too long against tender skin, causing a diaper rash. In women, courses of antibiotics may kill off the friendly bacteria in the vaginal tract, paving the way for yeast to grow, causing the typical itchy white discharge called a yeast infection.

What can you do nutritionally to help curb the opportunities for yeast overgrowth? Let's see in Yeast infection remedies.

Herbal remedies in Natural cure yeast infection

• Because it stimulates white blood cells to soak up yeast, echinacea is especially effective in treating this disorder.

•  Garlic is used to treat yeast infections because it is an antibiotic.

• Goldenrod contains compounds that battle Candida organisms. Make an astringent tea and drink it, or use it as a douche.

• Natural cure yeast infectionSage contains a number of anti-Candida compounds.

• Cranberry helps treat Candida infections. Drink pure, unsweetened cranberry juice, at least 2 or 3 glasses daily.

• Tea tree oil is a powerful antiyeast herb.

• American researchers found that an extract of spicebush bark had powerful action against yeast infections.

Dosages may vary, depending on the duration and severity of your symptoms. Follow package directions, or consult a qualified herbal practitioner.

What makes it worse?

A diet high in sugar promotes yeast growth in the intestinal tract. Recommendation: Eliminate or sharply reduce your intake of refined sugars of all types, including table sugar, corn syrup, highfructose corn syrup, molasses, honey, and all products made with them.

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