Candida:Black Walnut Tincture & Cinnamon
Take a look at this study. I am not sure of the source yet but as soon as I track it down, I will cite the source of the study.
Date: 3/12/2005 12:21:47 AM ( 18 y ) ... viewed 5481 times
There are a number of herbs that can help control Candida. Studies from Germany, Russia, England and Hungary show that the fungi are inhibited by many plants whose essential oils are potent antifungal agents—cloves, cinnamon, allspice, tea tree, lavender, garlic and chamomile. In one impressive study, the fresh husk of the black walnut was shown to destroy Candida better than a commonly prescribed antifungal drug. Echinacea, valerian and berberine (from goldenseal, barberry or Oregon grape root) have been shown to inhibit Candida in various studies.
1 ounce tincture of black walnut husk (must be fresh)
½ ounce each tinctures of lavender flowers, valerian root and pau d'arco
10 drops tea tree essential oil
Combine ingredients and shake well before using. Take 2 to 3 dropperfuls a day. You may find similar formulas sold in natural food stores. A tincture is the best way to take black walnut. Tea tree is currently sold only as an essential oil.
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