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    Default Yeast infection cures?

    Does anyone have a natural cure for a yeast infection of the mouth, I used to take protein shakes but stopped because they are reason for my yeast overgrowth, I have tried garlic probiotics and such which supersede but isn't curing it! I don't want to take drugs from a pharmacy because yeast is a systematic infection and drugs do not acknowledge that not to mention yeast becomes resistant to them, it doesn't to the natural "cures" to my exp and knowledge!

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    Thanks for the info and caring Blyss and thanks for the link Cassandra, no my infection is not bad at all actually just a slight layer over my tongue, no pain or anything, when I eat to much sugar such as lollies or chocolates it worsens but not really bad like pics you may find on google etc. I'm no smoker or drinker, I swim 3 times a week and have been for 15 years in state team and do tkd and have been for 16 years, I believe my cause is a imbalance of good bacteria in my gut and protein overuse :/

    I am currently taking 5 gloves of garlic a day to combat and kill it off, also natural yogurts to replenish and balance the bacteria levels. It's a bitch and causes tiredness and other related problems..

    Hopefully Ill hit the die out stage and recover soon! Been with me for years..

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    IMO, apart from the remedies you are already using, these few more remedies should help you in getting rid of the infection:

    - Tea Tree Oil.
    - One part of Vinegar in four parts of warm water. Soak the affected area for at least half an hour, twice a day.
    - Apply Listerine onto a sterile cotton pad and gently rub it onto the yeast infection twice a day, without having to rinse it.
    - Soaking the infected area in an equal mixture of apple cider vinegar and water for at least 10 minutes a day, for ten straight days.
    - Aloe Vera extract too helps drastically in fighting the infection.
    - Myrrh oil and lavender is said to have anti-fungal properties, if mixed with aloe vera could help fight the infection.

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