Fungal Infections of the Skin
What is a Fungal Infection?
Fungal is a form of plant life, often a single cell that lacks chlorophyll. It includes yeast, molds and mushrooms. Fungus are in constant contact with the skin, body tissues, and mucous membranes. They are mostly harmless, although some are irritating, while others can be severe to lethal. The immune system is responsible for taking care of Fungal infections. Antibiotic weakens the response response so, if you have been on the medication for a long period of time, and your immune system is weak and imbalance, it takes longer to kill off the bacteria. Fungal infections arise because of an impaired immune system. The immune response has been weakened by accumulated toxins that already exist with the lymph, liver, intestine, and spleen, which require ongoing protection by the immune cells. Natural remedies are designed to cleanse and boost immune system.
Herbs for Fungal Infections
- Citrus seed extract, a natural antibiotic, has been found to inhibit members of several classes of microbes and parasites; among them virus, bacteria including thirty different types of fungi; including candida yeast fungi. It can be a major ingredient in liquid, capsules, sprays, ointment, and etc.
- Chaparral is good to use when candida arises because of overuse of antibiotics. The following helps to draw out residues from antibiotic suppression of disease processes (for approx. 3 weeks) Tincture 10 – 20 drops 3 X daily; infusion steep 5-15 minutes, recommended 6 X three times daily; powder 2 capsules 3 times daily.
- Burdock Root
This Concoction is made by combining echinacea, burdock root, dandelion. Boil approximately 3 cups of water, add 1 teaspoon of each herb and simmer for ten minutes, turn off flame, cover and let steep for an additional 10 minutes. Sip on a couple cups of tea!
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