How to Use Coconut Oil for Yeast Infection Natural Cure
Using coconut oil for yeast infectionnatural cure yeast infection is the inconvenientdisease that can develop into the severe level before it is getting worse it isbetter for you to prevent or treat it since it is mild if you think it isembarrassing to say it in pharmacy or it is better for you to try the homeremedies in this case have you ever heard about the coconutoil for yeast infection you can learn more about it here howwould work coconut oil is versatile and it can beused as an antifungal yeast infection is
a fungal disease in the part fromcoconut oil that can kill the fungal is caprylic acid capric acid and lowerCassidy three of them are very effective to kill the Kennedy States Canada is thename of the fungal the created yeast infection as the natural antifungal thecaprylic acid in the oil context to the east colonies it also can stop thegrowth and replication of the East this caprylic acid is the most treatmentsprescribed by the s coconut oil for yeast infection that lead mycaprylic acid broke the membrane of the yeast cells it stops the itch and thrushin the vagina how to use coconut oil for
yeast infection using coconut oil foryeast infection is simple you can apply it on your skin but make sure if theinfected area is clean and dry you also can add the oil into the dietand wash the vagina with coconut oil you also can take the coconut capsulesin this case when you want to apply it on your skin make sure you know the right dosage forit even when you want to add it to your diet take few drops of the oil into theinfected area for twice or three times a day including before going to the bedwhen you want to add it to your diet you
can use it to fry the food you need to make sure if the oil isheated at high temperature so that it will not break down into trans fatsbefore you take your meal you also can have a teaspoon of coconutoil next if you want to wash your vagina with it you can get an unreached tamponin coconut oil and leave it for eight hours in the vagina for prevention youmix two quarts of warm distilled water with 3 to 4 tablespoons of the oil andwash it if you want to try this method it is better for you to get the organicvirgin coconut oil it is natural and has
more health benefits it is better foryou to avoid the hydrogenated coconut oil in this case because it can destroythe beneficial attributes in addition there is also a highdangerous trans fatty acid coconut oil for yeast infection give you the lowside effects it is lower than the antifungal side effects you can solvethis infection problem naturally and the company imaging and irritating symptomswithout the need to spend much money and energy and applying many antifungals thank you for watching please subscribe
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Is Bee Pollen Good on Candida Diet
Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from NewZealand, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of products. Questiontoday I got from somebody in the States is quot;Is bee pollen good against Candida?quot;Being a beekeeper myself, I love bee pollen. It's a fantastic food. You can put these thingscalled pollen traps on your beehive. Pollen traps are quite interesting because when thebee goes for these tiny little holes, it scrapes its back legs and the little pollen bags dropoff. I think it's cruel to collect bee pollen because I think that bee pollen actually belongsinside the beehive. It's actually good food for the bees and especially for the baby beesto eat. However, it is a very good dietary
supplement to take.Some people can react to bee pollen. I've had a few patients come back and report theirblood pressure elevated after taking it. It doesn't contain honey, so it is safe to takewhen you've got a yeast infection. So don't confuse bee pollen and honey. It is an incrediblypowerful building food, bee pollen, because it contains so much goodness from plants.It's got all the B vitamins in it. It's got copper in it. It's got zinc in it. It's gotbiotin in it. It's got many different kinds of minerals in it, including magnesium andcalcium. There is a lot of potassium in it. It is almost like a kind of super food toeat.
Research is interesting showing that peoplewho live some of the longest life spans have been beekeepers. They sell off all of theirhoney to people, but then they keep the rubbish left for themselves, which often includesbits of beeswax and pollen in it. Many people in different parts of the world who live to100+ have been beekeepers. There is a bit of hope for me yet.Do I recommend bee pollen for killing Candida or is it antifungal? No. I don't. I do recommendit as a boost for your health. I can see no harm in taking bee pollen. It's excellentfor your health, but I don't really believe it is going to kill the fungus itself. It'snot anti. It's a good health builder, but
it's not an antifungal. It has shown to havesome limited antibacterial qualities, but it has not really shown to be a strong antifungalin its own right. Do I endorse bee pollen capsules? I do. I think they're a great productto take, but I think you could probably do a lot better if you've got a yeast infectionthan spending your money on bee pollen supplements. But they are a good adjunct to overall goodhealth. That's my take on bee pollen and yeast infection.Thanks for tuning in. Be sure to subscribe.
Does A Low Neutrophil Count Mean I Have Candida
Greetings. It's New Zealand naturopath, EricBakker. I'm the author of Candida Crusher and I'm also the formulator of a range ofsupplements called Canxida. Thanks for checking out the tutorial. I've got a question here froma guy called Pakreen in Amsterdam. Pak is asking me, quot;Does a low neutrophil count meanI have Candida?quot; Well, Pak. It doesn't necessarily mean you've got Candida, but it can certainlymean that you're going to be more susceptible to a yeast or bacterial infection.Low neutrophil count, another word we use for it is called neutropenia. What are neutrophils?Neutrophils are white blood cells and we've got two main types of cells in our blood.We've got red cells and white cells. There
are different kinds of white cells. A verycommon one that makes up about 75 percent of all white blood cells is called neutrophils.Neutrophils are really like the marines. These guys are front line. These guys are handtohandcombat, so they're going to look for things like bacteria and they're going to attackthe bacteria and they're going to engulf the bacteria. They're going to kill them.If bacteria bypass the neutrophil line or if bad guys get past the marines, then youneed to have other guys in the back, you need soldiers in the background there basicallyto take up the slack. And then we're going to get other kinds of cells. It's going toget more complicated and we call them the
lymphocytes. The neutrophils with mediateimmunity and the lymphocytes or the specialty guys in the back, these are the artillery,and we will call them the humeral immunity. So you've got two main types of immune systems.The front end and the back end. Neutrophils make up the front line.If you're going to cut your finger and get bacteria in there, bugs into your system,ear, nose or throat or any way that you can ingest them, then neutrophils are going tohelp to take them out. If you've got a low count, you're going to be more susceptibleto bacterial infections especially, but also fungal infections. If a finds thatyou've got thrush in the mouth or you've got
sores that don't heal or you've got fevers,temperatures and sweats and stuff, especially if you've got lumps and bumps around the bodylike lymph nodes that could be up. That could be a sign that you've got neutropenia, butalso you've got a problem with the back end of the immune system. The lymphocytes couldbe problematic. Neutrophils themselves don't necessarily give us the same kind of signsin the lymphatic system that the lymphocytes do with lymph nodes. I hope that answers yourquestion, Pak, about neutrophils. So how do we get low neutrophils? How doesneutropenia occur in the body? Some people are genetically susceptible to neutropenia,so they're basically born with low neutrophils.
That could be part of their genetic makeup.Many people, however, can get neutropenia from pharmaceutical medications. It's notuncommon to get them from recurring repeated rounds of antibiotics. Different heart medications.I know from experience that thyroid medications, propylthiouracil and carbimazole, for example,they can lower neutrophils by default. And different kinds of heart drugs, antiarrhythmiadrugs and blood pressure drugs can also have that similar effect on neutrophils.Of course, we classically get that with different chemotherapy treatments that can cause neutropenia.So you know if you're on medication and you've got neutropenia after you've been on medication,just do a Google search for that drug and
check if there is any neutropenia involved.Just check for low neutrophils and then that pharmaceutical medicine to see if there isa link there. If you're worried, talk to your about it. Because some drugs can makeyou more susceptible to getting fungal and bacterial infections and that's not a goodidea. I hope that gives you a little bit of insightinto low neutrophil count. Thanks for tuning into my tutorial.