Natural homemade herbal anti-fungal solutions
Coconut oil is a cheap and easy to find topical ingredient to a good salve for skin and nail issues.
Castor Oil has many uses for topical relief including antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory proprieties. Castor Oil can help fight infection and ease itching related pain.
Goldenseal has a funky taste, so if you want to ingest this powder chug it don't sip. Goldenseal is something I've taken since childhood, it has good anti-fungal abilities and may assist with tummy helping microflora in the gut. Research seems to show that goldenseal can prevent candida yeasts from producing lipase, which is an enzyme yeast uses to take over your system.
Clary Sage Oil is not too strong,so it is a good choice for long-term maintenance without side effects. Sage also works great on infected toenails as it can be layered onto the nail-bed and helps kill flareups.
Cloves can be a really great natural replacement for anti fungal needs. For internal anti-fungal problems take clove oil in gelatin capsules which have been less processed than vegetable matter capsules. Organic Clove Extract can be added to smoothies in very small amounts.
For skin based fungal infections making homemade pastes and salves is a really great way to naturally heal with just herbs and extracts. Using simple, cheap and natural ingredients allows you to deal herbaly with skin problems such as itching, redness and burning. Remember though that if your skin is broken to be very careful about anything you apply.
2/3 Cup Coconut Oil
2 Tablespoons Goldenseal
4 Drops Clary Sage Oil
Cinnamon Body scrub
2 Drops Cinnamon oil
1 Tablespoon salt
1/3 cup Fine sugar
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Castor Oil
At lunch take supplements and have roasted garlic and sage salad dressing with fresh veggies and roasted chicken.
For snack time mix 2/3 butter with 1/3 coconut oil and spread on toast with some fresh fruit.
Dinner time should include more capsules of cloves and goldenseal with a clean, well balanced meal.
I know a lot of women who go through a rough year of constantly reoccurring yeast infections. They don't seem to be doing anything differently and yet suddenly lady bits just keep getting yeast overgrowth throughout the year. For a less painful solution to a reoccurring yest infection than so many harsh chemicals that are in over the counter solutions try a herbal topical cure. Mix a paste of castor oil and goldenseal then apply to the labia. Using sterile gauze and very clean hands, insert a perforated clove of garlic and goldenseal powder. The gauze should be gently sprayed with watered down clover oil. Leave the gauze wrap in for 3 hours then replace with a perforated fresh glove of garlic and leave in overnight.