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How to Cure Candida

Garlic,

being rich with anti-fungal properties, is one of the best cures for candida or candidiasis. Take one clove per day or equivalent of one clove per day. This keeps the candida fungi under control, preventing it to outgrow.

What is Candida or Candidiasis:

Infection caused by a yeast-like fungus candida is called candidiasis, in short candida. The yeast causes infections in the mouth, skin, stomach, urinary tract and vagina. This infections are outcome of weak immune system of the body.

Mechanism:

Candida albicans and candida tropicalis are two common yeasts that live within human body. They inhabit digestive system and genitourinary tract. They have several functions inside the body and the immune system keeps them under control. During immune system disorders several conditions in the body give rise to yeast proliferation and the yeast changes to mycelial fungal form invading the body aggressively. This pathetic condition is known as candidiasis.

It is unsafe to treat candida without

consulting a health care practitioner.

Here we give

a few tips for Alternative Care for candida.

Candida Treatment by Dietary Regulation:

Diet regulation is a must for treating candida. Candida yeast flourishes in sugar. Sugar should be avoided in all forms. All fruits of high sugar should be avoided. Wheat, milk, cheese, rye, caffeinated beverages, mushrooms, vinegar and alcohol should be avoided.

Candida Treatment using Pomegranate:

Recent studies show that pomegranate gel is effective in treating oral thrush associated with mouth sore caused by candida.

Candida Treatment using Tea Tree Oil:

Tea tree oil has anti-fungal properties and it is proven effective in treating oral thrush when used as a mouthwash. This should be done under the supervision of health care practitioner as the oil can be toxic if swallowed.

Candida Treatment using Nuts:

Nuts contain essential fatty acids which are beneficial in treating candida.

Things that you can include in your diet are: whole grains, sage, cinnamon, cloves and oregano.

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