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Natural Treatments for Thrush in Women

Natural remedies for thrush and candida in women

Candida albicans is a common bacterium which most of us have on our skin and in our intestines. Problems like acne, bloating, oral and vaginal thrush, fatigue, etc, occur when the candida numbers get out of control. This can be due to a number of factors including a diet high in refined carbohydrates and sugars, stress, long term illness, weakened immune system, use of antibiotics and contraceptive pills. It is important to treat thrush internally with great supplements such as oregano oil while also maintaining a healthy sugar free diet until the candida levels are balanced and not causing symptoms.

Rebalance recommends

Primadophilus Reuteri

Primadophilus® is designed to deliver the beneficial microorganisms essential to maintenance of healthy intestinal flora. Reuteri supports the maintenance of healthy gut tissue and environment. L. reuteri uniquely contains the specific protein "AGGH" that encourage lactobacteria to cluster and colonise in the intestinal tract. Diarrhoea, constipation, intestinal infections and certain medications can reduce the number of beneficial bacteria leading to gastrointestinal ill health. 

Maxi Caprylic Acid

Solgar Maximised Caprylic Acid is naturally derived from coconut and palm oils and is used to restore balanced microflora in the digestive system, and is of particular support for yeast or fungal balance.

Oregano Oil

Solgar Wild Oregano Oil has been used for centuries for it's powerful health effects. This naturally sourced oil is supportive for stubborn respiratory mucus, and gastrointestinal bloating and microflora imbalance.

 

Tips & Info

Candida thrives on sugar so follow a strict sugar free diet.

Avoid yeast, aged cheese, dried fruit, mushrooms and citrus as these all contribute to candida growth.

Increase your intake of acidophilus yoghurt to promote levels of good bacteria in the body.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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