Would a Laxative Do The Trick?
by Gary Beech
Would a laxative do the trick for a yeast infection?
I have a chronic yeast infection in the colon, and I have a constant odour problem.
I have also been told that apple cider vinegar will help also. I am at my wits end and can't seem to shake this infection off so any valuable information would be helpful.
No a laxative will not help to get rid of a yeast infection. It can give you temporary relief of constipation, but laxatives are not medicinal as far as healing or fixing a problem like candida overgrowth.
Yes, the apple cider vinegar will be helpful. Be sure you get organic, unfiltered ACV. That is very important. Put a tablespoon in a glass of water to drink a couple of times per day.
I would highly suggest you consider a thorough cleanse using Herbal Fiberblend
. It has the benefit providing a natural laxative effect, but the herbs are anti-parasitic and anti-fungal which will help to deal with the yeast overgrowth.
The fiber helps to get the dead and dying yeast fungi out of the colon more quickly so you have less side effects.
Since you have a chronic yeast infection, you should seriously consider a minimum 3 month cleanse to give your body a chance to thoroughly cleanse your digestive tract and get your immune system back in control.
You'll need to replenish the good bacteria in your body also. I would suggest Florafood
If you can afford to, I would also use the BarleyLife
and the AIMega
along with the Florafood. I think you'll find that you'll feel a lot better faster by providing your body with that additional support. You'll also do better if you try to follow the Candid Diet Guidelines
for a while.
Be sure to use the UK Order Form
as you are in England. Keep me posted on your progress. To your good health!