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Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida

In 1999, researchers at the Mayo Clinic determined that 96% of sinus infections were due to fungus, thus antibiotics were not only useless, but they could contribute to the development of ongoing fungal infections. Another study in 1998 demonstrated that 71% of women with vaginal candida (candidiasis) had allergic rhinitis/sinus problems. Then a subsequent study [...]

Vaginal Yeast Infections, Sinuses, and Systemic Candida2022-08-13T15:07:33-07:00

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora

Candida and antibiotics are a problem that will not go away soon. In 1944, the use of penicillin was initiated during World War II. At that time, there were 0 studies on candida albicans. As antibiotic use increased, so did the associated research into candida albicans. The number of studies has increased from 0 studies [...]

Candida, Antibiotics, and the Intestinal Flora2017-09-14T13:32:30-07:00

Coconut Oil for Thrush

This recent study demonstrates the beneficial effect of coconut oil on candida albicans - http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/09/120902222459.htm Using coconut oil along with some essential oils for oil pulling can help to compound the beneficial effects. A drop each of oregano, eucalyptus, cinnamon, peppermint, and thyme essential oils with a teaspoon or two of virgin coconut oil can enhance [...]

Coconut Oil for Thrush2017-09-14T13:54:19-07:00
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