Yellow Discharge Yeast Infection. All over the world people are looking for home remedies for yeast infection that work. You will find a list of popular home remedies here.
But around 75% of women will suffer at least one bout of yeast infection in their lifetime, with very many of those suffering recurring yeast infections that can ruin their relationships. Learn here how to attain a fast, permanent cure using a completely natural treatment that is completely drug free.
Very many women, perhaps like yourself, prefer to use home remedies for yeast infection because (1) their normal treatment regimes just haven’t been working for them (recurring yeast infections), (2) they don’t like the fact that many of these are drug-based with negative side-effects, and, (3) the Candida can become resistant to the drugs. But remember, especially if this is your first infection or if you are pregnant, to consult your doctor / health practitioner before you try any remedies.
Here are some very well-known home remedies for yeast infection:
Apple Cider Vinegar
Wash/douche the area with diluted apple cider vinegar. And you can add some garlic to help get rid of the itching, stinging feeling. 1 tbsp of vinegar to 2 cups of water, add 1 clove of garlic and let stand for a couple of hours before using. Or, you can add 1 cup of vinegar to a bathtub of warm water and soak there for 20 to 30 minutes. Always dry thoroughly but gently.
Natural, non-flavored, sugarless yogurt is a well known home remedy. It contains Lactobacillus acidophilus, a naturally occurring bacteria in healthy vaginas. This will kill the excess yeast and is recommended by many health-care professionals. Just apply to the vulva and the inside of the vagina. You can use a syringe without the needle, or, apply it on a tampon and insert. Do this twice or three times a day.
Curds and Buttermilk
Curds have the same effect as yogurt. Use curds in the same way as yogurt. Also, drink two glasses of buttermilk a day, morning and evening.
Garlic and Cranberries
Eat more garlic and cranberries. Garlic contains a natural anti-fungul agent to help fight the fungus. Cranberries help to reduce the urine’s pH levels so that the infected area is washed clean. You can also get cranberries in pill form.
You can insert fresh garlic into your vagina: Make a tampon using one clove of peeled garlic wrapped in some cheesecloth and tied with unwaxed dental floss. Remember to leave a loose length so that you can remove the tampon. It is best to insert this before bedtime and then remove in the morning. Repeat until the symptoms disappear, then do once more.
Apply honey on the affected areas and leave for about 20 minutes or so. To make things easier you can sit on the toilet seat while you apply it and remain there until the time is up. Then bathe in warm water to remove the honey and dry thoroughly but gently.
Although these home remedies for yeast infection have proved to be effective, they are only part of a complete regime to help cure your yeast infection for good. As you have seen above many women suffer recurring yeast infections, so it’s not just about treatment to get rid of the symptoms, it’s also about treatment to permanently cure the root cause of your infection.
That’s why many women have sought out and successfully used a completely natural treatment regime that has proved to be fast, safe and best of all, permanent.