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Re: Is this rash caused by Candida?
Gabriel.Franz Views: 2,969
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Re: Is this rash caused by Candida?

I suggest to see a doctor. To be sure what it is. Looks like acne, also. A weakened immune system and Antibiotic use can cause both Candida and Acne.
Some home remedies for Candida are:

-Garlichas antifungal properties. Eating two fresh garlic cloves a day, either plain or minced and tossed in a salad or sauce, may also prevent yeast infections or help clear up a case of thrush.

-Coconut Oil has effective antifungal properties that can kill the fungi responsible for yeast infections. Externally, apply coconut oil on the affected areas three times a day.

-Tea Tree Oil acts as an antifungal against yeast. You can apply a pad imbued in tea tree oil in the vaginal area and leave it for 20 minutes and then remove it. Repeat 2 times a day, morning and evening.

-Aloe vera. The juice of this plant or aloe vera herbal preparations have proved to be successful by numerous studies. Aloe vera is an exceptional plant in preventing Candida because it acts as a gentle antifungal, balancing the intestinal flora.

-Propolis. It’s a substance that, according to research conducted by specialists from the University of Bratislava, is remarkably effective against all fungal infections of the skin and body. It can be taken as drops, and the dose may be increased gradually.

For Acne:

- Dandelion root tincture. The root has bitter glycosides, tannins, triterpenes, sterols, volatile oil, choline, asparagin, and inulin. It cleanses the bloodstream. A standard dose is 10–15 drops of the tincture in water, up to three times a day.

-Burdock root tincture. Burdock has been traditionally used as a blood purifier. It promotes perspiration and the release of toxins from the body. It is helpful in clearing skin conditions. Standard dosage, unless otherwise prescribed, is 1/2 tsp, three times daily.

- Honeysuckle flower. Honeysuckle has been found useful in alleviating rashes ranging from skin diseas to poison oak. For skin irritation, honeysuckle should be made into an infusion or poultice and applied externally to the skin. When honeysuckle is compounded in capsule form, 10–17 g can be taken daily.

-Gentle washing of affected areas once or twice every day with a soap compounded of sulfur, Calendula officinalis, or other substances that are useful against acne.


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