Monday, February 1, 2010

Anti-Candida Recipes

I am currently working on a website that focuses on treating Candida naturally. The website will hold much more information about Candida, but while it is being worked on I'd like to make some anti-candida recipes available. These are recipes that have helped us a great deal in treating Candida. I created them myself (unless otherwise noted). Please ask any questions and make alterations to better fit your need. All of these items can be found at your local health food store (and some can be found at your local grocery store in the natural food section).

ACV Tonic

16 oz of water

1 TBSP of unrefined virgin coconut oil

1 tsp of organic flaxseed oil

2-3 tsp of unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

*Add coconut oil to water and warm (can be heated in microwave for 1-1:15 min). Stir coconut oil to complete melting then stir in remaining ingredients.

Daily Massage Oil

1TBSP unrefined virgin coconut oil

1-2 tsp organic flaxseed oil

*Coconut oil is a solid unless heated. Mash the coconut oil into the flaxseed oil and mix well. When you massage the oil onto the skin the leftover "bumps" will liquify and absorb into the skin. This can be used all over the body but is especially useful on a skin infection caused by Candida. It is the perfect follow up to the ACV wash (below).

ACV Wash

8 oz of water

2-3 tsp of ACV

3-5 drops of Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE)

2 drops Tea Tree Oil (TTO)

*Mix ingredients into a bowl. Dip a wash cloth into the mixture and dab onto affected skin. This is particularly good for treating thrush.

Yoni Powder (Thank you Vanessa!)

1 Cup of fine white clay (can be found at most natural food stores)

1/2 Cup of corn starch

2 TBSP of Black Walnut Hull Powder

2 TBSP of Myrrh Powder

1 TBSP Goldenseal Powder

2-3 drops of TTO

*Using a wire whisk, mix ingredients together. Put some in a spice jar with a shaker top for easy application. Store the rest in a glass jar with a tight lid. Keep away from moisture.

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