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Manuka Honey and Candida Yeast Infections

Manuka Honey and Candida Yeast Infections

http://candidahub.com/Honey-and-Candida/Raw-Manuka-Honey-and-Candida-albicans — Candida Hub’s article on Manuka Honey for Yeast Infections. Learn about a fast, natural cure for yeast infections that even ends recurrent infections. Works in just 12 hours!

So, you’re thinking about using manuka honey to treat a yeast infection. You may be wondering if manuka honey is worth paying extra for. The answer is “not really.” Research indicates that manuka honey is about as effective as regular honey at inhibiting Candida; the genus of fungi responsible for yeast infections. Consequently, you’ll get the same results from using regular honey as you would from using manuka honey–for treating a yeast infection, that is.

One way to make manuka honey is by adding manuka essential oil to your honey; a few drops should do the trick. This will enrich your honey with the manuka phytochemicals (plant chemicals) that give it a bit of an edge against yeast. Candida Hub also has an entire section dedicated to essential oils; check it out if you have time!

Manuka honey is not even that much better at stopping bacterial infections than regular honey. You can check out the study that proved this at Candida Hub. So, since scientific research shows that manuka honey isn’t more effective at treating bacterial infections than regular honey, it is unnecessary to buy. The people selling manuka honey may disagree, and claim it is better, but trust the scientific studies done that say otherwise, over some aspiring marketer!

If you’d like to find out about a natural remedy for yeast infections that heals an infection in 12 hours, check out the link at the beginning of this description! Thanks so much for watching!

Disclaimer**
This information provided in this video is not intended to be a prescription for anyone. The content of this video is for informational purposes and is give you information to take to a licensed physician and get their opinion on how to use this information. Consult a medical doctor before using any information provided by this video.