Candida Skin Scraping

Home Remedies for Vaginal Yeast Infections II II

Welcome to healthcare at home One of our viewer has email us She is having vaginal itching problem She has written that she had consulted to Gynecologist Dermatologist and also consulted to so many s and tried but there were no benefit and she is highly upset and asking us for any remedy if we have.

Yes, of course i will tell you remedy and that also very effective and easy remedy i will tell you You have to take 21 leaves of margosa tender and fresh specially those which are just grew up take 21 of them and you add

11 black pepper into it and also add one cup of water and mix it well in mixer and 23 times in a day use it 3 times if you have major problem then morning, afternoon and evening you have to consume this water you will notice that the problem of your vaginal itching will healed up in another 7 days

Apart from that along with this you have to do one thing Almost 4 spoon of triphala powder add into 300ml of water overnight and in the morning with triphala water you have to wash that area where you have the itching most you have to dip the cotton into the water and wipe that area with it to this 34 times in a day you will notice within few days your vaginal itching problem

or wherever you have itching there you can apply margosa and triphala remedy and you will definitely feel releafe Apart from that there is one more remedy take 12 spoon of black pepper powder and approximately 1 to 12 spoon of Clarified cow's milk butter mix them well

and just lick it Make sure that you should not eat before or after two hours of licking this liquid you will notice that this is effective in any kind of dermatology or itching Apart from that i will tell you one more remedy which is very effective in 1 glass water of water add 2 spoons of chiretta and two spoon of picrohiza kurroa powder

Candida Case Study 1 Kirsty 19 yrs Fatigue Brain Fog and Thrush

Thanks for checking out my tutorial. I'm goingto be doing a series of case histories over the next few weeks, which may be of use toyou. In my book, Candida Crusher, there's about 25 case histories in here out of themany thousands of people I've seen, so I've written a few of them up in here. I'm goingto go through a lot of these case studies. I'll read some text out of my book and thenI'll elaborate on these cases and explain a bit more as they go along. I think you mightfind this of a lot of use. Our first case history is a 19yearold ladycalled Kirsty. This is out of chapter two of Candida Crusher. Kirsty's a young femalestudent who came to my about two years

ago complaining of chronic fatigue. She wasabsolutely exhausted and found it hard to concentrate at the university. Kirsty wasfalling asleep during the afternoon lectures and becoming anxious at her inability to concentrate.Her main complaints were foggy thinking, anxiety and depression, occasional vaginal yeast infection,intermittent pains in her tummy, nausea and small white spots on her body.Her mother had been a patient of my practice for some time, so she referred Kirsty to seeme. When I questioned about her daughter's diet and lifestyle, so I gave her a call.I remember calling this lady up. Sometimes I get very good information from relationsof patients regarding the patient's behavior

or desires, their diet, and sometimes peopleare a bit embarrassed to give that information away.I practice in a small village her in New Zealand. Not that many people and many people knowpeople. And for that reason, I often get a lot of inside information on people. It'ssurprising how often I go shopping and someone will say, quot;Oh, I've got to send my daughterto you,quot; or quot;I've got to send my husbandquot; or things like that. quot;And by the way, he drinkstoo much.quot; Things like that, so you'll get information.In Kirsty's case, her mom told me that Kirsty likes to drink quite a lot of alcohol on Fridayand Saturday night, a lot of white wine, and

she smokes a few cigarettes, but likes todrink. And, of course, when I saw Kirsty, she said she didn't drink much at all. Butaccording to her mom, she's drinking like a bottle of wine a night on the weekends andeating a lot of stuff that typical university students eat like twominute noodles and alot of take away food. What I've written here, Kirsty showed me herarms and I immediately identified a fungal skin complaint that I've commonly seen onarms, legs, and torsos of chronic Candida patients for many years. I knew this was anotherchronic Candida sufferer, and her ran all the tests and found nothing wrong. Theskin scraping was sent to the lab, which was

inconclusive. I've seen similar skin rashesbefore and sometimes the s quickly say, quot;Oh, it's eczema. It's psoriasis. It's dermatitis.quot;It's blah, blah, blah, some weird name. Sometimes they'll get referred to a dermatologist thatcomes up with a name like this long. quot;I've just diagnosed this condition and we've gotthis wonderful cream for this condition.quot; I tend to call dermatologists quot;cream specialistsquot;because all they do is give creams all day. How depressing is that? We had a few consultations.I can remember working with Kirsty for some time, two or three consultations and a fewSkype consultations. The big thing with young girls at that ageis usually they've moved out of home. They've

just started university or college. They misstheir parents. Sometimes if they haven't been introduced to alcohol, they'll cut loose andgo crazy with booze. My daughter when she was 17 or 18 would have a glass of wine hereat home sometimes, so she got used to alcohol at a young age and she didn't go crazy withit. Many times when they're flatting or move intoan apartment by themselves, with a girlfriend, or with their boyfriend, they'll often havecrappy diets. They'll eat twominute noodles. They'll have pizzas. They won't look afterthemselves properly. They'll be under high stress, study stress, financial stress, emotionalstress; they're on the Pill, all these sorts

How To Test For Candida Yeast Infection

Hi there, Eric Bakker, author of Candida Crusher.Thank you for tuning into this YouTube tutorial today. Today, I'd like to talk to you a littlebit about testing for Candida yeast infections. Many patients who come to see me want to knowwhether they have an infection or not. They go to their or they go to their naturopathand they're told that they've got all these problems, but then they reply, What are theseproblems? Can we do a test for these problems? What are they? So the medical willhave a few tests that he or she may perform, but not many patients with Candida yeast infectionsare really tested when they go to their medical . If the suspects a vaginal yeastinfection or thrush, then he or she may perform

a test, a smear test, to determine that, andthat will be sent away and those cells will be checked out. They'll be cultured. They'llgo to a special lab to see whether it's bacterial vaginosis or a yeast infection. But generally, a won't test any furtherthan that in terms of digestive problems or inflammation or brain fog or any of the othersubtle signs and symptoms of a yeast infection. The patient may be given a digestive product,maybe an acid blocker. They may be given a sleeping pill or an antiinflammatory, butI don't usually find that medical s will test any further than perhaps doing avaginal check. Or maybe in some cases with

a male, they may do a skin scraping of a particulararea and then get that checked. The issue I have with the medical test to determineyeast infections and many other health conditions are that they are defined more by statisticalnorms rather than physiological norms. By that, I mean they really work on a slidingscale from say 1 to 10. If you come back as 1.5 in the bottom end of that reference rangeor 9.5, you're deemed to be perfectly normal. In natural medicine, we don't really lookat it like that. We look more at the physiological norm. We're going to be more interested toget you around four, five, or six, which will be more of a midpoint, which we deem to bea really good range for you to be in. That's

one concern I have is looking at these norms. The other concern I have, really, with themedical testing is if a test comes back positive, it will often lead to the prescription ofa pharmaceutical drug. And in many cases, it will be an antibiotic or antifungal; itwill be an quot;antiquot; type of a drug, which will only create further problems. And if the can diagnose you with any particular test, then he or she may even think that you'vegot depression or anxiety and send you to a psychiatrist. And that's what happened tome. I was told to go to a psychiatrist when Ihad Candida because my problems were all in

my head. Well, they were in my head partiallybecause I had brain fog, but what the didn't know is I had a lot of digestive problemsthat he really should have gone further in looking at. And for that reason, now I doa lot of stool testing, comprehensive digestive stool testing. You're going to see a lot moretutorials on stool testing. I'll explain to you a lot more about the markers and what theymean, and how to interpret this very, very important test. In my book, Candida Crusher, I call the comprehensivestool test the quot;Rolls Roycequot; of tests because you can determine a whole bunch of stuff fromthis test. You can look at digestive markers,

inflammatory markers, and immune markers.It goes on and on and on; there's a whole lot of information that we can acquire fromthis test, which can give us a very accurate indication of the health of your whole digestivesystem. It also shows me where to pinpoint the treatment. It gives me a good idea onthe severity of your condition and how long it's going to take to get well. There are various tests that the andthe naturopath will perform to determine a yeast infection. As I mentioned, the may perform a smear test to determine whether it's vaginal thrush or vaginosis or an STDof some form. A may perform a stool

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