I have a fungal infection in my anus and it's itchy and driving me slightly round the bend. Help.
A search for Chaparral brought up thousands of websites with warnings about consuming this herb due to problems affecting the liver & kidneys. Me, personally... I wouldn't touch it. The body has incredible powers to heal itself. The skin is the easiest mode for the body to purge toxins. And that outward sign of yeast is letting you know that you have it going on inside. Something topical will ease your discomfort for now, but what will you do in the long run to alleviate your fungus situation?
You can apply Unrefined Virgin Coconut Oil to the affected area as many times as needed during the day. It has remarkable anti-fungal properties. I take 5 tablespoons per day orally. But that high of an amount must be worked up to slowly over months, as it can bring on too many detoxifying symptoms.
I suggest you modify your diet to stop feeding the fungus or yeast. Bee Wilder has an awesome FREE plan that has significantly improved my health over the past 15 months. But it can be difficult to follow, unless properly motivated. And that will happen as more & more outward symptoms appear in your body due to Candida fungal overgrowth. Fungus is not the reason for ill health. The Standard American Diet (SAD), coupled with antibiotics is usually the suspect.
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