Question: What are some of the best antifungal medications and supplements for aggressive candida strains?
Candida overgrowth can become problematic, and while prescription antifungal medications are often the first line of treatment, many herbs and natural ingredients have demonstrated antifungal properties as well.
Best antifungals for candida:
- Oregano oil: Contains carvacrol and thymol, which have demonstrated antifungal properties.
- Garlic: Contains allicin, known for its antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.
- Grapefruit seed extract: Has antimicrobial properties.
- Berberine: Found in various herbs like goldenseal, barberry, and Oregon grape, and has been shown to have antimicrobial effects.
- Caprylic acid: A medium-chain fatty acid derived from coconut oil; it’s been researched for its potential to inhibit Candida growth.
- Undecylenic acid: A fatty acid that’s been used to treat fungal skin infections.
- Black walnut: Contains juglone, which has demonstrated antifungal properties.
- Neem: Often used in traditional medicine for various ailments, including infections.
- Betaine HCl: Helps to improve stomach acid production for better digestion.
- Biotin: A vitamin that can prevent candida from converting into its invasive fungal form.
- Clove oil: Contains eugenol, known for its antifungal properties.
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Additional antifungal herbs and ingredients that you may want to explore:
- Pau d’Arco: A tree bark that has been traditionally used in South America for its antifungal properties. We recommend Pau D’arco tea.
- Tea tree oil: While used topically for various fungal skin infections, it should not be ingested. Best for skin related candida issues.
- Cinnamon: Especially Cinnamomum verum, has antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Best to sprinkle a little on your morning shake.
- Turmeric (Curcumin): Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric also has antifungal effects. We recommend turmeric & ginger tea.
While many of these herbs and ingredients are available in various forms, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any treatment. Some herbs can interact with medications or have potential side effects when used in high doses or for prolonged periods.
Question: what are some natural remedies for extreme genital yeast infections?
If you suspect you have a genital yeast infection, it’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional to get a proper diagnosis and guidance on treatment.
Below are some natural remedies that you can try:
- Yogurt: Some women find relief by applying plain, unsweetened yogurt directly to the vaginal area or consuming it regularly. The probiotics in yogurt can help restore the natural balance of good bacteria in the vagina.
- Garlic: Some people insert a garlic clove directly into the vagina, as garlic has known antifungal properties. However, inserting garlic into the vagina can cause irritation for some individuals.
- Coconut Oil: This oil has antifungal properties and can be applied directly to the affected area.
- Boric Acid: Boric acid suppositories are available and have been used to treat yeast infections. They should be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional and are not suitable for pregnant women.
- Probiotics: Oral or vaginal probiotic supplements can help to restore the natural bacterial balance in the vagina.
- Oil of Oregano: It has antifungal properties, but it should be diluted before use and applied externally.
- Calendula: Creams or ointments containing calendula may offer relief due to its anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties.
- Aloe Vera: Gel from the aloe vera plant can be soothing when applied to irritated skin, but it’s essential to ensure it’s pure aloe without added ingredients that could cause further irritation.
When trying natural remedies, it’s crucial to be aware of potential irritations or allergic reactions. Always test a small amount of any substance on your skin before applying it to sensitive areas. Additionally, if symptoms persist, worsen, or recur frequently, you should see a healthcare provider. Chronic or recurring infections can be indicative of an underlying health issue or a resistant strain of yeast.
Question: Can you tell me what’s the difference between your candida crusher MEVY diet and general candida diet on other blogs by bloggers and nutritionists, diet recommended by some naturopaths, and the body ecology one?
Here’s a table comparing four popular Candida diets. Please note that there are several interpretations of each diet, and the specifics might vary depending on the source. This table provides a general overview. And our candida crusher diet is based on over 30 years of experience, helping real people see real results. Our diet may look simple but it works. At CanXida to us it’s always about what works and gets results. There are some great diets that look great on paper and makes sense but most people cannot stick to it for more than few days.
|Criteria / Diet||General candida Diet by bloggers||Candida Diet by other nutritionists and Naturopaths||Body Ecology Diet||Candida Crusher (MEVY DIET)|
|Allowed Foods||Non-starchy vegetables, organic meat, non-glutinous grains, dairy substitutes, specific nuts & seeds, certain herbs and spices, yogurt and kefir (dairy-free versions), coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, stevia & xylitol||High-quality protein, non-starchy vegetables, healthy fats, herbs and spices, non-glutinous grains in moderation||Non-starchy vegetables, certain grains (e.g., quinoa, millet), fermented foods & drinks, coconut kefir, alkaline-forming proteins (like fish), seeds & nuts, stevia||Meat (preferably organic), eggs, non-starchy vegetables, plain yogurt (especially goat’s milk yogurt), seeds & nuts, low-sugar fruits in moderation, certain grains (like brown rice, quinoa), herbs & spices|
|Restrictions||Sugars & sweeteners (except stevia & xylitol), fruit (initial stages), caffeine, alcohol, gluten, certain nuts (e.g., peanuts, cashews), processed foods, dairy, additives & preservatives||All sugars & sweeteners, fruits, dairy, gluten, grains (limited), alcohol, coffee & caffeine, additives & preservatives, high mold nuts & seeds||Sugars, fruits (except sour fruits like lemons, limes, & berries in moderation), gluten, dairy, additives & preservatives, certain acid-forming proteins||Sugars & artificial sweeteners, processed foods, caffeine, alcohol, gluten (initially), high-sugar fruits, processed meats, and additives & preservatives|
|Potential Benefits||Reducing overgrowth of Candida, balancing gut flora, boosting immunity, increasing energy, reducing symptoms related to Candida overgrowth||Addressing the root cause of Candida overgrowth, repairing gut, preventing recurrence, comprehensive approach to health, clear skin, increased energy||Healing the gut, enhancing immunity, balancing internal pH, promoting healthy microbiome, aiding digestion, energy boost||Comprehensive approach to candida overgrowth, balancing gut flora, addressing individual dietary needs, promoting general well-being, increased energy, focus on long-term health|
|Taste||Moderate (Depends on personal preferences; limited sweet options due to sugar restrictions)||Moderate (More restrictions might affect taste preferences; limited grain & fruit intake)||Varied (Introduction of fermented foods can be an acquired taste, but it’s diverse in other areas)||Varied (Diverse food options but with some initial restrictions; generally palatable)|
|Difficulty||Moderate (Some may find it challenging due to sugar and fruit restrictions)||Moderate to High (Many foods are restricted, especially in the initial stages)||Moderate (The emphasis on food combining and introduction of fermented foods can be a challenge for some)||Moderate (Balanced approach but requires commitment, especially in early stages)|
|Cost||Moderate (Organic meats & dairy substitutes can be pricier, but no specialty products required)||Moderate to High (High-quality protein and organic vegetables may raise the cost)||Moderate to High (Fermented foods & drinks, alkaline-forming proteins can add to cost)||Moderate (Incorporation of organic meats, some specialty products might raise the cost)|
Again, it’s always recommended to consult with a healthcare or nutrition professional before starting any dietary regimen.
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