Candida Albicans

For a tiny, single-celled organism, Candida albicans can cause some big problems. This fungus exists normally – and harmlessly – in the eyes, mouth, intestines and genitals — unless an overgrowth occurs, toppling the body’s normal balance of microorganisms. The resultant infections, which can include oral thrush, diaper rash, and vaginal yeast infections, can be uncomfortable and unpleasant; alarmingly, candida infections, medically known as candidiasis, are becoming increasingly resistant to conventional drugs. And, if the candida fungus makes its way into the bloodstream – a rare, but life-threatening, condition known as invasive candidiasis – the outcome can be fatal. What causes candida? Anything that disturbs the normal balance of microorganisms can put you at risk for candida overgrowth. The use of antibiotics and steroids, emotional stress and environmental factors are common causes; being overweight also increases susceptibility. But, the primary cause of candida seems to be a weakened immune system. Experts estimate that 90 percent of all people with HIV/AIDS will develop infections.

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ANT-B Are powerful natural antibiotic combo Whether you are battling full-blown candida overgrowth or simply want to prevent future infections from occurring, herbs are a powerful tool for naturally keeping candida at bay. Here`s a list of 10 highly effective herbal remedies for candida:

Probitoic Powder (acidophilus powder) The good bacteria that helps to restores Digestive Balance by targeting Both GI Tracts and supports the Immune System. Always to be taken after using any drug or natural antibiotic.

Kombucha Mushroom Tea: 

  • Kombucha is a fermented beverage of black tea and sugar (from various sources including cane sugar, fruit or honey) that’s used as a functional food. …
  • The sugar-tea solution is fermented by bacteria and yeast commonly known as a “SCOBY” (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast). …
  • Detoxification.
  • Digestion.
  • Energy.

8 Health Benefits From Drinking Kombucha Tea – EcoWatch

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Mar 14, 2016 – 8 Health Benefits From Drinking Kombucha Tea … During this process, the bacteria and yeast form a mushroom-like blob on the surface, which .

Gymnema sylvestre This herb is currently generating a lot of excitement. Gymnema sylvestre is a tropical vine known as cowplant. In an animal study published in 2013 in the medical journal PLOS One, Gymnema sylvestre not only was effective against candida, but stopped the transition to the hyphal form by converting the fungus back into simple yeast cells, thereby demonstrating it could prevent – and even reverse – invasive candidiasis. Another plus for gymnema – it was effective against Aspergillus, another potentially dangerous fungal pathogen, while remaining completely nontoxic to human cells.

Oregano Oil The phenols in oregano oil are highly concentrated and extremely effective in fighting bacterial infections, fungal infections and candida overgrowth. Wild organic oregano oil is known to be especially effective in fighting conditions like candida.

Olive Leaf Extract The oleuropein in olive leaf extract is used by the body to fight fungal infections caused by candida overgrowth. A high-potency standardized olive leaf extract can obliterate candida quite effectively.

Pau D`Arco (daily health tea) Another popular anti-candida herb, Pau D`Arco is often brewed into a tea. Drinking one cup per day is an easy way to harness its antifungal properties.

Garlic Tincture Garlic odorless pills Garlic is a powerful antibacterial and antifungal agent. Candida cannot survive when garlic is present, so consistency is the key. Garlic can simply be added to your normal meals, but most find it more convenient (and less odorous) to take standardized garlic capsules three times per day.  Cooked garlic is for flavor and raw garlic is a natural antibiotic.

Neem Used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine, neem is known for stimulating the immune system and fighting infections and fungal overgrowth. It is also a potent detoxifier. Neem oil can also be applied topically as needed.

Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Not quite an herb (but too effective to leave off this list), apple cider vinegar balances the pH level of your body and can prevent harmful pathogens like candida from growing out of control. A teaspoon to a tablespoon taken before each meal can aid digestion and prevent undigested food particles from feeding candida in the gut.

Echinacea Although echinacea is best known for stopping a cold in its tracks, this herb also provides anti-candida benefits. It supports your immune system in the fight against candida as well as other infections. 

Black Walnut Black walnut is a natural herb which contains tannin’s that not only kill fungal overgrowth like candida, but also kill parasites. It may be especially useful for those who suffer from both candida overgrowth and a parasitical infection.

Organic Unrefined Coconut Oil Also not an herb, but coconut oil`s anti-candida properties are too powerful to ignore. The medium chain fatty acids that make coconut oil such a great energy source are also what fuel its ability to fight candida. Fatty acids like caprylic acid and lauric acid are potent anti-fungal agents. Work up to taking three tablespoons of coconut oil per day to harness its anti-candida power. Note: Avoid jumping into any anti-candida regimen too quickly. Killing off candida too fast can produce a die-off reaction that includes symptoms like foggy thinking, headaches and chills. For some this can be quite uncomfortable. If you notice these symptoms, cut back on your dose and start again more slowly when symptoms subside.

 

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