Even the with best herbal remedy yeast infections will come back unless the underlying cause is addressed.
Do remember that while an herbal remedy may bring some relief, the real trick is to address the reasons you have a yeast infection in the first place. It means there is an imbalance in the body.
Here are a few to try for some immediate relief.
Tea tree oil, also called melaleuca oil, is a powerful herbal remedy for yeast infections. You can gently melt 1 oz virgin coconut oil to liquid form and then add 4-5 drops tea tee oil to that, mix well and soak an organic cotton tampon in the oil. Insert tampn for 3 - 4 hours, and do this twice a day.
Oregano Oil is another herbal remedy that you can take internally. Try a few drops in an ounce of water in the middle of a meal. If this is too strong for you, place 5 drops in an empty veggie capsule and swallow with water at the beginning of a meal. You can take this three times a day for a few days.
Clove Oil, same as above for Oregano Oil.
Raw Garlic is anti fungal. Try eating raw crushed garlic with your meals (start small, it is so strong it can make your stomach hurt).
Yeast infections can be caused by a number of factors, including:
-weakened immune system
-other diseases already present in the body...
Read the page on Antifungal Herbs .
Herbal remedies can give you a jump start on your healing.
Meanwhile I hope you'll take the time to review the Candida Diet Guidelines for an overview on how to properly nourish your body to strengthen your immune system and create overall health.
You may also be interested in the page on Antifungal Foods which will give you more ways to naturally combat yeast infections and overgrowth of yeast.
The Benefits of Probiotics is also a good page to review, as yeast infections can be kept in check with a healthy internal ecosystem. Probiotics, wheterh in a supplement form or in real for form, will help health gut bacteria proliferate, which leads to a healthier immune system overall.
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