Infections fairly common in women, vaginal yeast infections must be treated quickly. With our six tips, learn to treat them in a 100% natural way.
Vaginal mycosis, what is it?
The vaginal thrush is an infection due to the proliferation of fungi, usually the candida albicans. It is transmitted most often following a sexual intercourse, but not only. Indeed, there are several other factors that may cause vaginal mycosis like a drought mucosa, an intimate soap that is too aggressive or wearing underwear of synthetic fabric and / or too tight.
How to cure vaginal yeast infections naturally?
Echinacea to fight vaginal mycosis
Native to North America, Echinacea is a plant known to stimulate the body's defenses. It is recommended to relieve vaginal mycosis. It is used locally.
Aloe vera, a vaginal anti-mycosis ally
Antifungal and antibacterial, the aloe vera, (or aloe) is a plant very used to overcome infections of this type. Apply daily a gel of aloe on the infected zone, and say goodbye to the pains!
Against vaginal mycosis, long live the vegetable oil of coconut!
Vegetable oil of coconut is a natural antifungal. It reduces inflammation and in addition stimulates the immune system. Dilute 1 drop of essential oil tea tree in a teaspoon of coconut oil and soak the infected parts with a cotton pad 2 to 3 times a day until the fungus disappears.
Grapefruit seed extract, to overcome vaginal mycosis
Antifungal and antibacterial, seed extract of grapefruit is effective against fungal infections. To take in the form of cure for 6 months for a long-term result.
More vaginal mycosis with green propolis
Green propolis, antibacterial, is able to overcome candida albicans responsible for vaginal mycosis. Rich in flavonoids, the latter has antimicrobial, antioxidant and especially anti-inflammatory properties. You can take them in capsule form.
Do not hesitate to seek advice from your doctor if symptoms persist.
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