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12 Hour Cure For Yeast Infection Cure Your Yeast Infection The All-Natural Way by Sarah and Robert Summer

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Contents Preface p 4 Quick Start Guide p 5 1. Treating Candida Albicans Yeast Infection: Specific Recommendations • Overview p 7 • Dangerous Treatments p 8 • Skin Yeast Infection p 9 • Diaper Rash p 11 • Vaginal Yeast Infection p 12 • Penis Yeast Infection p 17 • Nail Yeast Infection p 19 • Mouth (Thrush) and Throat Yeast Infection p 20 • Internal Yeast Infection p 21 • Pregnancy and Yeast Infection p 22 2. Treating Candida Albicans Yeast Infection General Recommendations • Overview p 25 • Treating Yeast Infections Naturally p 26 • Holistic Healing p 26 • Required Dietary Changes p 27 • Foods to Avoid p 27 • What Can I Eat? p 29 • Other Helpful Foods p 31 • If I’m getting better, why do I feel worse? p 32 3. Introduction to Candida Albicans Yeast Infection • Overview p 33 • What is Candida Albicans? p 34 • What is a Yeast Infection? p 36 • Things that Are Not a Yeast Infection p 38 • How Can I Tell if I Have a Yeast Infection? p 39 Page 2 of 84

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4. What Causes a Candida Albicans Yeast Infection? • Overview p 40 • Common Causes p 41 • Less Common Causes p 43 • Antibiotics p 43 • But What If I Don’t Take Antibiotics? p 43 • Hormones p 43 • Sugar, Glucose p 44 • Stress p 44 • Loss of Helper Bacteria p 44 5. Why Does My Yeast Infection Keep Coming Back? • Overview p 46 • Recurring yeast infections p 47 6. Yeast Infection Symptoms • Overview p 49 • Types of Yeast Infections p 50 • Acute Yeast Infection Symptoms p 50 • Chronic or recurring yeast infection p 51 7. Conventional Medical Treatment of Yeast Infection • Overview p 54 • Antifungal Drugs p 55 • Drugs during Pregnancy p 57 • Topical Therapy during Pregnancy p 58 • Vaginal Therapy during Pregnancy p 58 • Systemic Therapy during Pregnancy p 59 • Summary p 65 • Words of Encouragement p 66 Further Reading p 67 Useful Organizations p 68 Index p 72 References p 76 Page 3 of 84

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Preface: What We Discovered In this section we will discuss our new and exciting findings and why this treatment is different from any other. We will present information that has not been presented before. To understand how to treat yeast infection it is necessary to understand the role of phytochemicals. It has long been known that some foods have an effect on the growth of yeast. The foods we eat can generally be divided into two categories: Macronutrients, which include carbohydrates, proteins and lipids; and Micronutrients, vitamins and minerals. This, though true, is incomplete. There is another class of compounds called the phytochemicals. It is these compounds that give garlic its sulphur smell and citrus its color. It is these compounds that we explored for their anti-yeast effects. A simple cup of tea can have 2 grams of 10,000 different phytochemicals. Among other things, phytochemicals allow plants to defend themselves against infection. Since plants can not run away from their attackers they have developed their own defense systems to protect themselves. Phytochemicals have anti-fungal activity and the protective role is not limited to protecting just the plant. The same compounds can play an important part in our own defense systems. Many of the most powerful phytochemicals are found in only a few foods. While some phytochemicals show antifungal activity, when combined together some combinations of phytochemicals produce very powerful anti-yeast activity. We found that combinations of different phytochemicals multiplied their anti-yeast properties by up to one hundred times. When combined together the effect is much greater than the effect of the individual phytochemicals. For example the anti-yeast effect of garlic (Diallyl sulphide) is multiplied with broccoli (Sulforaphane). We found that certain combinations of phytochemicals work well for some people and not for others. Individual differences in the enzymes found naturally in each person’s Page 4 of 84

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system produce different reactions to different combinations of phytochemicals. When different people consume exactly the same food the resulting combination of phytochemicals absorbed is different. This effect explains why a treatment that worked for one person may not work for another person. And why treatment may need to be individualized. One person may benefit from the blueberries phytochemical, Delphindin, where as another person may need the phytochemical found in tomatoes, called Lycopene. It is important to note that no one recommendation can apply to everyone. Your treatment may need to be individualized and specific phytochemicals added. Often just the addition of a single group of phytochemicals will clear a yeast infection that has resisted treatment for years. Have you failed to have success treating your yeast infection in the past and think you have tried everything? Our discovery indicates that most people simply need to add a different class of phytochemicals to cure their yeast infection. The discovery of adding new and different classes of phytochemicals is offered no where else. Take heart. Remember that people were getting yeast infections and treating them with natural cures long before drug companies existed. Page 5 of 84

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Quick Start Guide: Q: “My bottom is on fire! I bought your ebook. What can I do RIGHT NOW?” A: You are in pain! The last thing you want to do is read seven chapters of any book. Follow these three steps; 1 2 3 Confirm you have a yeast infection. Read pages 37-39 and page 51. Specific treatments. Read Chapter 1. General treatments. Read Chapter 2. Page 6 of 84

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Chapter 1 Treating Candida albicans Yeast Infection: Specific Recommendations Overview In this chapter we will describe specific treatments according to the site of the infection. By using this information along with the general recommendations in Chapter 2, you will be taking a two-pronged approach to the treatment of your yeast infection. The most important thing you will read in this chapter, however, is the following section on dangerous treatments. Page 7 of 84

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Dangerous Treatments It’s not hard to find information on treating yeast infection, especially on the internet. Some of the advice is simply not helpful, while other recommended cures are outright ‘quackery’. There is, however, a sinister side, when some people are recommending 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 treatments that can harm or even kill you. , , , , , , , Any treatment you undertake or recommend to anyone else should first be cleared by a health care professional. Boric Acid Be aware that one commonly recommended treatment for yeast infection is the use of boric acid. In his book, Handbook of Poisoning, Dr. Robert H. Dreisbach has this to say 9 about boric acid. Because deaths occur frequently following the improper use of boric acid powder or solution, and because this substance has no therapeutic function which can not be served equally well by less toxic preparations, it should be removed from the home and hospital. In Pediatric Clinics of North America, Dr. Siegel and Dr. Watson also warn 10 against the use of boric acid. Although boric acid was widely used therapeutically in the past and resulted in significant toxicity, the past few years have seen a decline in its usage. Ninety-nine per cent boric acid powder is now being used as a household pesticide. Physicians therefore should be aware of the potential for boric acid toxicity. Boric acid is simply not a safe treatment yeast infection, even though you may see it widely recommended. Ignore these recommendations, and pay attention to our warnings. Tea Tree Oil You may have read a recommendation to use Tea Tree Oil by consuming it orally. The problem is that there are no studies in the medical literature that have established a safe dose. The oral consumption of Tea Tree Oil can not be safely recommended, regardless Page 8 of 84

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of other recommendations. , , 11 12 13 Garlic Oil Don’t swallow this recommendation either. The oral administration of garlic oil, as 14 recommended on some internet sites, is unsafe. In Extra Pharmacopoeia Martindale, the recommendations include this warning about garlic oil: Administration of preparations of garlic oil is dangerous and fatalities have been recorded. The risk in using garlic oil is the possibility that the garlic itself can contain Botulism spores from being grown in the soil. Botulism is a spore commonly found in soil. If these spores are present and you mix the garlic with oil and store it in the oil, where there is no oxygen, the spores can grow. This process produces an odourless, tasteless poison that can be fatal. Therefore, do not follow the advice of others to make up a large batch of crushed garlic and store it indefinitely. The resulting mixture could contain one of the most toxic substances known. If you decide to crush garlic and store in oil, go ahead. After ten days, throw out what you haven’t used, and make a fresh batch. Keep the garlic in oil in the refrigerator. As with all information on the internet, be aware of the source. Discuss any treatment you are considering with your health care professional. Skin Yeast Infection Identification of Skin Yeast Infection Candida albicans infection of the skin is common in some areas and uncommon in others. For instance, Candida albicans infection of the forearm or calf is very rare. However, there are particular areas of our body where conditions promote Candida albicans infection. Areas where skin rubs on skin, where the skin surface is able to break down, or Page 9 of 84

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where there is moisture, provide favourable conditions for the development of Candida albicans infection. The common areas of skin infection are in the skin folds below the breasts, the area around the anus and “between the cheeks”, the arm pit area, especially in those with skin folds, the belly button, the upper thigh and in the groin area. Infection with Candida albicans causes a local rash, usually red with swelling. The rash is usually well defined from the surrounding skin and has a sharp border. The area often becomes itchy and has a clear odourless discharge. If the infection exists for a long time, the skin can thicken and become scaly. A risk is that, because of the itch, people often scratch while asleep. This can transfer bacteria to the area and cause what is referred to as a secondary infection. Natural Treatment of Skin Infection • • • • • • Keep the area dry. If necessary use a non-irritating deodorant. Do not use cornstarch. Use unscented talc. 15,16,17,18,19,20 Apply Tea Tree Oil to the area twice daily for a week. 21,22,23,24 to the area twice daily for a week. Apply Garlic Oil 25 Apply Gentian Violet or Crystal Violet Solution once. 26 Apply Bergamot Oil once daily for a week Note: if the area is exposed to sunlight, it will tan differently 27 • Use ointments, such as lanolin , to stop skin from rubbing against skin. • Gentian Violet or Crystal Violet Solution is available from a pharmacy or chemist. Prevention of Skin Yeast Infection • Keep the area dry and wear loose clothing. • Do not wear wet clothing. • If you experience excessive perspiration in the area, causing the area to be chronically damp, use an antiperspirant. Page 10 of 84

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Diaper Rash Identification of Diaper Area Yeast Infection Diaper rash is a special case of skin infection. It is very common and very frustrating for the caregiver because, though treatable, it often returns. Diaper rash is usually not a serious problem. This type of rash develops in both babies in diapers and adults who wear diapers (incontinence products). When babies are born they are sterile. There are no bacteria and yeast in or on their bodies. Whether born by vaginal delivery or by C-section, over time newborns will acquire Candida albicans, both on the skin and in the gut. Once they have acquired Candida albicans on and in their bodies, they may develop a diaper rash. The genital area wrapped in a diaper is warm, moist and often exposed to irritating fluids. In the wet diaper, bacteria can break down the urine and feces releasing ammonia and other irritants. These irritants cause skin breakdown and the release of serum creating the conditions for Candida albicans infection. The rash is intensely red, occasionally with white patches or white pimples. The area just beyond the rash is completely normal skin. The skin involved is often the whole genital area, penis and scrotum or vulva, around the anus, buttocks, upper legs, and lower abdomen. The inflamed skin can be itchy and painful. Because of the irritated and inflamed skin, a child will often cry when passing urine because of further irritation from the urine. Luckily, diaper rash is easy to treat. Natural Treatment of Diaper Rash Simply keep the area dry! Since that is almost impossible, try taking the diaper off after the baby has had a bowel movement and allowing the area to stay exposed to the air. At the very least, change the diaper more often than you think you need to. • • • • Avoid cornstarch based powders (yeast feeds on cornstarch). Use unscented talc while baby has a rash. 28 29 30 31 32 33 Apply Tea Tree Oil , , , , , with a cotton ball twice a day to affected area. 34 35 36 37 Apply Garlic Oil , , , with a cotton ball after each diaper change. Page 11 of 84

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• Stop washing the area with soap. • Apply an ointment-based barrier cream to protect the area such as 38 Vaseline. • Clean baby with unscented baby oil or mineral oil. Prevention of Diaper Rash The primary method of preventing diaper rash, as previously stated, is to keep the area as dry as possible. As often as possible, leave the diaper off to expose the area to air. Often diaper rash occurs when the baby has had diarrhea, which irritates the skin. Therefore, at such at time, it is important to change the diaper as soon as possible after a bowel movement. The regular use of a barrier cream, such as Vaseline or lanolin, protects the skin from the irritating effects of urine and feces. The barrier cream must be applied to clean skin only and may be removed with baby oil. The affected area should be cleaned with baby oil or plain water, using no soap. • If using cloth diapers, wash the diaper in soap (e.g., Ivory Soap), not detergent. After washing, they should be rinsed and boiled in water for five minutes. Vaginal Yeast Infection Identification of Vaginal Yeast Infection Most women (about 75%) will get at least one yeast infection in their lifetime. Yeast infections are usually first diagnosed when you are aware of an odourless discharge that is cottage cheese-like in nature and/or an irritation in the area. Vaginal discharge is not always present, but if it is, you may not even notice it. Symptoms may vary from quite mild to severe. You may have no symptoms at all. If you have never had a yeast infection before please see a health care professional before starting any treatment. The most common symptoms include: • Vaginal burning. • Vaginal itching. • Vulva irritation Page 12 of 84

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• White, cheesy discharge or thick whitish-gray discharge that may have an odour like baking yeast. • Redness, swelling, and discharge from the mucous membranes of the vagina. • Discomfort during or after sexual intercourse. • Inflammation, swelling, or burning of the external vaginal area (the vulva). There could be a discharge, rash, or sores. • Painful urination • Frequent urination. Natural Treatment of Vaginal Yeast Infections Garlic tampons 39 Peel a garlic clove. Be careful not to nick it, as some women claim the garlic oil can burn. Some women dip the clove in fresh olive oil that has been refrigerated, to enhance the medicinal effects. Wrap the clove in a thin piece of [S1] cheese cloth or gauze, fold the cloth in half and tie a knot, leaving some extra at the end, or just twist the cloth into a tail. Insert it in the vagina like a tampon. Alternatively, you can insert the garlic without the cloth. Remove the clove by inserting a finger behind the clove and popping it out like a diaphragm. Replace the tampon with a fresh garlic clove every 3-5 hours. Repeat for 2-3 days until the infection is gone. Douche Prepare the following solution, and douche gently every couple of days (or every day if the yeast infection is severe). • tbsp. vinegar (preferably apple cider vinegar) 40 41 42 43 44 45 • 4 drops tea tree oil , , , , , 46 47 48 • 1 tbsp. acidophilus culture , , or ¼ cup of yogurt. Make sure the yogurt contains active strains of bacteria. The label will clearly say if it does. Organic is preferable. • Optional: 3 drops lavender essential oil and 3 drops rosemary essential oil to make the experience more pleasant. Mix all ingredients in a quart or liter of warm water. The douche can make most contact with your skin if you lie on a warm towel in an empty bathtub. Place the warm solution (make sure it is not too hot) in a douche bag and gently douche. Alternatively, you can use a plastic syringe or a meat baster instead of a douche Page 13 of 84

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bag. Or, you can soak a small natural sponge in the mixture and leave it in the vagina for several hours or overnight. The following drawings illustrate how the liquid of the douche reaches the infected tissues. Page 14 of 84

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Additional Healing Measures: • • • • Wipe the vaginal area with pure olive oil, mineral oil or garlic oil . , , , Sleep naked to let air circulate throughout your vaginal area. Avoid using soap. Take yeast-free vitamins to support your immune system: 100 mg a day of vitamins B1, B2, and B6200 mg a day of vitamins B3, B Complex, C, A, E 49 50 51 52 When you have tried all of the above treatments and your yeast infection persists, use one or both of the following treatments: (1.) with 1 tsp. of isopropyl alcohol (rubbing Mix 1 tsp. of Tea Tree Oil alcohol). This solution will turn milky white. It should be stored in a dropper bottle. Mix 5 drops of this solution with 1 cup of warm water and saturate a tampon (preferably an unbleached, natural tampon) or a natural sponge with it. Insert the tampon and change it every 6-8 hours. 59 60 61 Take lactobacillus acidophilus capsules, powder or liquid. , , For liquid or powder: 2 tbsp., 1-2 times a day. For capsules: 2 capsules, 1-2 times a day. 53,54,55,56,57,58 (2.) Take acidophilus to prevent future yeast infections as well. Drink 8 oz. of unsweetened cranberry juice a day. DO NOT buy Ocean Spray or any other sweetened cranberry juice. It must be unsweetened, preferably organic, cranberry juice. Look for it in health food stores. Alternatively, you can take concentrated cranberry capsules (vegetarian). Take 1 capsule every 6-12 hours. These are the equivalent to sixteen 8oz. glasses of juice and are very effective. Drink 3 cups a day of the following tea between meals or half an hour before you eat. To enhance the flavour, add unsweetened cranberry juice. Use organic herbs whenever possible. ¼ tbsp. goldenseal root 2 tbsp. sage 2 tbsp. mullein 2 tbsp. raspberry leaf Page 15 of 84

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