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Natural Treatment Of Fungal Infections

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There are many microorganisms that live on our skin and in our bodies, and while most of them are harmless, certain types like selected fungi, or over growths of normally harmless types can cause fungal infections of the skin.

The latest studies show that the natural remedy of fungal infection is in vitamin B3, also known as niacin or nicotinic acid. Vitamin B3 has natural powerful anti fungal properties.

In the Canadian study, they reported that vitamin B3 could inhibit functions of an enzyme, which is essential for the survival and growth of the Candida yeast. Vitamin B3 could even resist infections caused by drug resistant strains.

Antifungal drugs are usually used to treat fungal infections, but they have side effects including the potential for liver damage, allergic reactions, and, in women, changes in estrogen levels. A natural antifungal treatment without these risks would be a safer option. In addition, some infection causing fungi become resistant to the medications used to treat them, which can make the infection more difficult to eradicate.

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Natural Source OF Vitamin B3

  • Vitamin B3 is found in following foods:
  • Fish
  • lean red meat
  • milk and dairy products
  • brown rice
  • whole wheat and whole grain products
  • seeds and nuts
  • green leafy vegetables
  • Tomatoes
  • Carrots
  • Beans
  • Eggplant
  • Eggs
  • Mushrooms
  • Turnip

 

Natural Treatment For Yeast Infection

  • One such natural treatment is the use of tea tree oil. This is one of the herbal and natural methods of treatments of yeast infections. It has also been found useful to treat thrush or oral yeast infections by rinsing the mouth with one tablespoon of tea tree oil four times daily. Tea tree oil is also used as vaginal douches in the treatment of yeast infection.
  • Garlic contains antifungal properties that destroy fungus at normal body temperatures. As fresh garlic is crushed, it produces allicin, an active ingredient that kills fungi.

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