From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Yeast:

  • Garlic
  • Pau D Arco
  • Turmeric

Natural Cures and Remedies for Yeast

Lack of inositol causes loss of hair. Any person having trouble with his or her hair should eat foods rich in inositol such as yeast, liver and molasses. Research has, however, shown that women have a low requirement of inositol. Although this vitamin may help to stimulate the growth of a woman’s hair, its lack is probably not a major cause of slow growth . Women are generally deficient in iodine and vitamin B1, either of which can slow down circulation to the scalp to such an extent that hair may fall out and new hair grow in very slowly. Women who keep their diets adequate in iodine, the B vitamins and iron have a better growth of hair.

Escherichia (1; DAA); Fever (f; DAA; PED; PNC); Fungus (1; DAA); Hepatosis (f; JLH; PED); High Cholesterol (1; HHB); Induration (f; JLH); Infection (1; DAA); Inflammation (1; JLH; PNC; WO3; X8987908); Insomnia (1; WO2; WO3); Ischemia (1; X8425843); Measles (f; PNC); Metrorrhagia (f; HHB); Mycosis (1; DAA); Nervousness (1; WO2); Neurosis (1; X8425843); Pain (1; PH2; WO3); Paralysis (f; HHB); Pemphigus (f; DAA); Pneumonia (f; DAA; HHB; PH2); Rheumatism (f; HHB); Scabies (f; PH2); Swelling (1; WO3); Thrombosis (1; X11243195); Tumor (1; PH2; X8604239); Uterosis (f; DAA); Water Retention (f; PNC); Worm (f; DAA); Wound (f; DAA; PH2; PNC); Yeast (1; DAA).

Barberry Root, Black Walnut Hull, Burdock Root, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Echinacea Angustifolia, Echinacea Purpurea, Fennel Seed, Garlic, Ginkgo Biloba, Goldenrod, Goldenseal Root, Grapefruit Seed, Licorice Root, Milk Thistle, Myrrh, Nettle, Oak Bark, Olive Leaf, Oregon Grape Root, Pau Darco, Reishi Mushroom, Sage, Shiitake Mushroom, Thyme, Uva Ursi

Fights viruses Laboratory studies have shown antiviral activity with usnea. It can help fight human papilloma virus (HPV) and cervical dys-plasia, and it is a great treatment for systemic and localized yeast infections.

Enterosis (f; FAD; PH2); Gastrosis (f; PHR); Infection (1; DEM; PH2); Inflammation (1; FAD; PHR; WOI; X1775578); Mucososis (f; PHR); Nephrosis (f; DEM); Pain (f; DEM); Proctorrhagia (f; PHR); Prostatosis (1; X9140222); Shigella (1; PH2); Sore (f; DEM); Sore Throat (f; DEM); Splinter (f; DEM); Staphylococcus (1; PH2); Stomachache (f; DEM); Stomatosis (f; FAD; PHR); Swelling (1; DEM; PHR; PH2; X1775578); Tuberculosis (f; DEM); Tumor (f; PHR); Wound (f; PHR); Yeast (1; PHR; PH2).

First came acupuncture. After ten acupuncture treatments, many of Matt’s MS symptoms cleared, along with his headaches, night sweats, and allergies. Next came diet. Ashton asked Matt to follow a ‘Paleolithic,” or caveman, diet consisting of simple and unprocessed foods such as fruits, vegetables, fish, skinless chicken breasts, and a little rice, and avoiding all dairy, gluten, legumes, fried foods, and yeast. In addition, Matt began taking a variety of supplements, including vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, and GLA.


Pau D Arco


3. Increase the chances of developing infection. We already mentioned about how body acids can help reduce the growth of yeast. It turns out too that body acids can get rid of or prevent the further spread of certain kinds of viruses. That’s why agents that suppress gastric acids are now being linked to the increased risk of having stomach infection known as clostridium difficile infection. It normally attacks seniors, who have lowered immune systems, making the illness more life threatening for them.