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Black Walnut


In a recent doctor study, Black Walnut was shown to combat bacterial vaginosis better than several antifungal supplements. Black Walnut is now found in many OTC BV cures, but is also available in concentrated form. The bark, husk and leaves of the Black Walnut tree have been used as medicine for centuries in North America – the bark for toothache, ...

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An infection like bacterial vaginosis deals with many variables inside a woman’s body. One of the main reasons for a BV infection is the imbalance of good bacteria (lactobacilli) and the growth of bad bacteria which causes this infection. Something that needs to happen inside your body is a boost to your immune system. This can come from the use ...

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Anise Seed


When trying to find the root cause of bacterial vaginosis in your system, it’s important to understand the balance needed in the first place. Many doctors will say they have difficulty in pinpointing one specific reason for BV to spread. What they can say is it’s a bacteria of the bad kind that over takes the good forming bacteria in ...

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Grapefruit Seed Extract

Although grapefruit seed extract (GSE) was not widely used until the 1970s, its use since then has rocketed as both doctors and patients have realized its broad applications against all kinds of infections, including Candida overgrowth. In a 1990 study, grapefruit seed extract was found to perform as well or better than 30 antibiotics and 18 fungicides. However, as a ...

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Caprylic Acid

Caprylic Acid is one of the three fatty acids (along with capric acid and lauric acid) that are found in coconut oil. It is a potent antifungal that kills Candida cells, as well as restoring your stomach acidity to its normal levels. You can start taking caprylic acid as soon as you have finished your cleanse in the first stage ...

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a tremendously versatile antifungal that is really easy to add to your diet. You can drink it as a supplement, or just use it as a replacement for other cooking oils. It is an incredibly healthy supplement that should be one of your first choices as an antifungal. Coconut oil contains 3 different fatty acids (Caprylic Acid, ...

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