A treatment for common female infections

With these natural and appropriate solutions, you can easily get rid of vaginal infection. These infections are usually common in women.

Yeast is a microscopic yeast that naturally lives in small amounts in the vagina. A vaginal “yeast infection” occurs when fungal cells overgrow. These infections are very common and the ways to treat them can be chemical or natural according to your choice.

In its recent report, Natural news has discussed the organic treatments of this common infection in women:

Garlic: Peel a clove of garlic. You can attach a string to it for easy retrieval. Put it in the vagina at bedtime and take it out in the morning. It is as simple as that. Of course, if you make scratches on the pill, it will have a better effect. Or you can split it in half. Cutting and dividing it into smaller pieces increases the strength of the garlic.

Colloidal silver: This type of silver destroys yeast as soon as it comes in contact with it. Next to coconut oil or neem oil, colloidal silver is the least effective on this list, although many people swear by it. It also doesn’t cause burning like some others. Use 1 tablespoon of silver chloride and 225 ml of water for washing.

Tea tree oil: You can use this oil for washing (20 drops in 225 ml of water) or use directly on tampons and insert them into the vagina. You can also soak a tampon in this oil and cover it with coconut oil (to prevent it from absorbing more oil) and then add drops of tea tree oil to the coconut tampon.

Oregano oil: You can insert it directly into the vagina at night. Body heat will melt it. Dissolve 20 drops of oregano oil liquid in about 600 ml of water and rinse the vagina. You can also pour it on a tampon and use it like that.

Andeselinic acid: This acid kills fungi very quickly. But know that it has the power of ignition. You can dissolve 1 to 3 capsules of it in 225 ml and use it for washing. You can also use it on a tampon or add it to coconut oil.

Coconut Oil: This oil is antifungal but works best when mixed with other stronger antifungal oils such as oregano oil or tea tree oil. When the infection is severe and the outer tissues are damaged, coconut oil can be a good reliever. Neem oil also has relatively weaker antimicrobial properties that you can use in similar situations.

Apple cider vinegar: You can wash the vagina with two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 225 ml of purified water.

It is necessary to know that: andeselinic acid and to some extent apple vinegar cause irritation in sensitive skin, but it does not harm the skin. If the vaginal tissue is healthy, which is the case for most people, there is no need to worry, but it is better to be careful with sensitive skin.

21 February 2013 17:35

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