Can I Use Vinegar To Cure My Yeast Infection
Question from a lady in Minnesota. This question is can I use vinegar to curemy yeast infection? Vinegar is an excellent substance to use.There are many different types of vinegars you can get, but the one not to use is thecommercial white vinegar you'll find in your supermarket. The best vinegar to use for vaginalinfection is apple cider vinegar, preferably unfiltered, raw, unpasteurized and organic.We've got some very good ones here in New Zealand. I believe Bragg is quite a good brandin America. We've got one in New Zealand called Coral Tree, which is by organically grownapples and traditionally prepared.
Apple cider vinegar has been studied in variousnatural universities around the world, and I read a study recently in 2011 from a universitycalled The Qua Medical University. I believe it was in Iran or Iraq, one of those countries.And the studied showed that, in fact, apple cider vinegar is more effective with vaginalinfections than fluconazole. And the main reason why is because of the acetic acid whichbalances the vaginal PH and also has antifungal activities in its own right. There are manydifferent chemicals in a good quality organic cider vinegar. You normally use between twoto three tablespoons per several cups of water and use that as a douche, so it's very effective.It's certainly a good treatment, but be sure
not to use the commercial white variety. Andsometimes they'll even put molasses in this to make it a brown color, so it's pretty junky.It might be good to clean your toilet or bath with, but I wouldn't really use it internallyor with cooking. So use the proper organic apple cider vinegar; it's a good one to use. So be sure to check out my other tutorials onmy YouTube channel, Candida Crusher. If you can't find the question you're looking for,just write to me, email me at candidacrusher and I'll certainly post your question. Subscribeto my channel and also go to yeastinfection and you can complete my online candida survey;the most comprehensive one on the internet,
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Apple Cider Vinegar For Yeast Infection Is Apple Cider Vinegar Good For Candida
Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from NewZealand, author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.Thanks for checking out my tutorial. A question I get asked from time to time is quot;Eric, isapple cider vinegar any good for people with yeast infections?quot; It is. It is very good.But listen up; it's very important for you to get the right kind of apple cider vinegar.Braggs makes quite a good apple cider vinegar. It's a raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar.We have a really nice one here in New Zealand and the brand is called Coral Tree, and it'sactually made from apples fermented in oak barrels from biodynamically grown apples.Organics are here. Biodynamics are just a
little bit higher than organic, so they'revery, very high quality products when you buy the Demeter certified, which is a funnylittle sort of peanut shape character. The Demeter, I think they call it, certificationfor biodynamic is an extremely high standard. If you can get a biodynamically certified,beautiful quality apple cider vinegar, which is naturally fermented in a wooden barrel,you've got a really good product. This is a fermented food or otherwise knownas cultured. These foods like the cider vinegar are okay for a Candida yeast infection internallyand externally. Keep away from commercialized, mass produced apple cider vinegars in supermarketsin plastic bottles. They're junk. Just keep
away from that sort of crap. It's the samewith olives and pickles and crap like that from supermarkets that's been commerciallyfermented in lye or just in cheap sort of waters with chemicals added. I hate oliveslike that. I prefer to buy olives from those big buckets at the Greek or Italian shopsquot;the way that mama used to make itquot; a long time ago. When you're looking at foods thathave been preserved according to techniques that have been going on for hundreds and hundredsof years, you're usually getting a better quality product than something that comesfrom a factory using a lot of white sugar, which is usually a junk product.Vinegar has had a bad rap for a long time
with Candida, but a good quality fermentedapple cider vinegar, there's nothing wrong with it at all. It's great to use as a vaginaldouche. Guys can use it for a jock itch rinse. You can soak your feet in apple cider vinegar.You can wash different parts of your body if you've got fungal infections. You can useit on psoriasis. You can use it on your scalp, flaky scalp, dandruff. You can soak your toenailsin straight apple cider vinegar. So there are many applications.It's also really good for your stomach. It can create some burning sensations if youtake it too strong, so you might need to dilute it down. I've also had a patient a while agowith a very itchy rectal area, he got incredible
relief by using enemas with cider vinegarand water. He said the itch went away within a week. It disappeared. So for itching hemorrhoidsit can be used. It can be used for many different applications.Yes, apple cider vinegar is good to take internally also. Small amounts. You might want to putone or two teaspoons of a good quality, organically fermented and made apple cider vinegar ina glass of water. You can have small sips of that with certain types of foods like highprotein to help you digest protein better. Don't be afraid of having a good quality applecider vinegar like Braggs regularly if you've got Candida. Don't go too crazy on the doseto start with. Go very slow and see how you
go.I hope that answers your questions. Thanks for the question.