Candida Skin Tea Tree Oil

Is Tea Tree Oil Good For Candida

Greetings. New Zealand naturopath, Eric Bakker again. Author of Candida Crusher and formulator ofthe Canxida range of supplements. Thank you as usual for checking out my tutorial. I really appreciate you checking out my tutorial. Today, we're going to talk about tea treeoil. In particular, Australian tea tree oil. Australian tea tree oil has been around fora long, long time.

In fact, the Australian aborigines, the indigenouspopulation of Australia have been living in their continent for about 60,000 years, soa long time some particular tribes migrated from Asia down, Gondwanaland where all thecontinents were still formed as one big land mass and they drifted apart. The aborigines basically started to reallycamp out in Australia. Naturally, they started to use all kinds ofdifferent plants, animals and different things for medicines. We believe that Australian tea tree oil ispossibly been used for tens of thousands of

years. The indigenous people like many people gaineda lot of this wisdom, which they passed down from generation to generation. Australian tea tree oil, melaleuca alternifoliahas always been traditionally used for respiratory tract infection where they would crush theleaves and boil it in water and inhale that. They would use it on cuts, wounds and bites. Spear wounds are quite common. Also bites from animals and infections.

The aborigines used this quite wisely. In 1923, there was an Australian governmentchemist by the name of Arthur Penfold. Back in the 20s a very popular antisepticto use by s was something called carbolic acid. What Mr. Penfold discovered when he analyzedall these different natural plants is that the melaleuca alternifolia was nine to tentimes more potent as an antiseptic agent than carbolic acid was. The government became very excited and bythe 1930s and 1940s, it was in widespread

use throughout Australia. All the houses contained a bottle tea treeoil. This was prepharmacy days, where all thechemical companies started profiting. People used it for sore feet, ulcers, blisters,infections, sunburns, and insect bites. They used it for all kinds of stuff. Gum diseases it was popular, tin ear, athletesfoot, jock itch. It was the normal medicine used. In fact, it was so effective that the governmentbasically had every soldier take a bottle

of tea tree oil away to war to be used forall kinds of infections. Then, of course, when pharmaceutical companiesbecame big, it basically just about all died off. Then, by the 1960s, the tea tree oil industrywas all wiped out. In 1976, there was a guy called Eric White. What Eric did is he wanted to revive thisindustry knowing how powerful this product really was. He searched around and found this particularpart of northern New South Wales called Bangerwell

How to Treat a Skin Yeast Infection Naturally

Use coconut oil. Coconut oil contains three different fattyacids (caprylic, capric lauric acids) that are fungicidal, which means they kill fungisuch as Candida and other species. These fatty acids within coconut oil killyeast by destroying their cell walls, so it's very unlikely and difficult for fungi to gainresistance against them. Buy a good quality coconut oil (it's likelyto be a solid instead of a liquid) and rub some it into your yeast infection 3x per day. You should see results (less redness and itching)within a week.

Coconut oil is also a popular remedy for fightingsystemic (internal) Candida yeast infections, although its taken orally in such situations. Coconut oil is also effective against bacterialskin infections and other kind of skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis, which can looksimilar to yeast fungal skin infections. Try tea tree oil. Application of tea tree oil, an extract ofmelaleuca alternifolia, can also be effective on yeast fungal infections of the skin becauseit has strong antimicrobial properties and works well as a fungicide.

Tea tree oil also boosts immunity, which canbe helpful in preventing initial infections and reinfections of Candida and other fungi. Start with 2 3 drops of the tea tree oil onyour skin infection, 3x daily for at least a couple of weeks and see how it works. Tea tree oil has been a popular antimicrobialand antiinflammatory for many years in Australia, but has become better known in the U S.over the last decade or so. Tea tree oil can cause both skin irritationand allergic reactions in some people who are especially sensitive, but the prevalenceis rare.

As such, test a little on some healthy skinbefore applying it to your yeast infection. Consider oil of oregano. Oil of oregano contains a couple of differentcompounds (carvacrol and thymol) that are both strong fungicides. These compounds completely inhibit Candidaand other fungi via dehydration they dry out and eventually die. Oil of oregano is quite strong and can causea burning sensation on skin, so make sure to dilute it with vitamin E or some cod liveroil water won't work well to dilute because

it doesn't mix with oils. Mix 12 drops of oregano oil with the samequantity of vitamin E or fish oil and apply it your skin infection 3x daily for a coupleweeks and make note of the progress. Taken sublingually (in the mouth under thetongue), oil of oregano seems to stimulate the immune system and help prevent most typesof infections. Keep your immune system strong. With any type of infection (fungal, bacterialor viral), true prevention and protection depends on a strong and healthy immune response.

Your immune system is made up of specializedwhite blood cells that are designed to search for and destroy potential pathogens such asfungi. However, when your immune system is weakeneddue to the abovementioned reasons, diseasecausing microorganisms can grow and spread virtuallyunchecked. Thus, focus on boosting your natural immunityin order to combat yeast infections and stay healthy. Getting more quantity and better quality ofsleep, eating more fresh produce, eating less refined sugars (sodas, candy, deserts), reducingyour alcohol consumption, quitting smoking,

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