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Every woman should know this extraordinary remedy

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Generally, when it comes to intimate hygiene to preserve a healthy vaginal flora, every woman is curious to know new tips and advice. But did you know that garlic was a surprisingly effective remedy for treating vaginal yeast infections? Here are some insights on this 100% natural, very simple remedy.

Vaginal thrush: a very common female condition

Many women, at some point in their lives, are plagued with a problem of vaginal thrush. It is a mild infection caused by a fungus (Candida Albicans) that can spread to the vulva. This fungus is naturally present in the vagina and “coexists” with thousands of other bacteria that naturally protect the flora by maintaining some acidity and create a barrier against infections to stop the spread of Candida Albicans. If this acidity is too high, Candida can cause fungal infection.
The most common treatment for fungus is to take an antifungal medicine (in the form of an egg). But one of the best anti-mycosis remedies is in your kitchen: garlic.

What are the health benefits of garlic in general?

This precious condiment is a source of health benefits that has been used for millennia, both in cooking and to cure certain conditions. Garlic is a natural antibiotic (antibacterial) that has a range of virtues: it improves blood circulation, regulates cholesterol, prevents diseases and allergies, etc. In addition, according to a study published in Cancer Prevention Research, eating raw garlic twice a week reduces the risk of developing lung cancer by half.
What does garlic contain? It has antioxidant properties thanks to its content of vitamin C, B6, B12, K and E. Rich in flavonoids and sulfur, it strengthens the immune system. It is also very rich in minerals and trace elements such as calcium, phosphorus, selenium and iron. It is especially rich in allicin, a powerful antimicrobial agent.

How to apply this natural remedy to eliminate fungi?

With all the virtues we have listed, garlic is a natural remedy that will fight the fungus and treat vaginal thrush. Only downside with this trick: it has a bad smell.
At the first signs of mycosis (itching, burning, etc.), apply this trick.

How to proceed ?

Take the peeled garlic clove and thread it inside with a needle (so you can easily remove it from your vagina, like a tampon).
Put the clove inside your vagina in the evening before sleeping. Remove it the next morning using the wire.

You can repeat the same procedure every day until symptoms disappear (garlic kills bacteria).

The virtues of garlic have been demonstrated by a host of scientific studies …
Studies in China have shown that garlic kills bacteria by fighting against the proliferation of microorganisms such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, Staphylococcus aureus, etc.

It should be known that it loses its antibacterial properties when it is boiled for 20 minutes at a temperature of 100 ° C.

Boston researchers have shown that it is also effective in treating certain ear infections. They even discovered that garlic could fight Streptococcus agalactiae, a dangerous bacterium better known as group B streptococcus. Group B streptococcus can cause damage in pregnant women and be transmitted to the baby during pregnancy. childbirth (pulmonary and neurological complications that can be serious during the first hours of life). Pregnant women are advised to be tested before term as some newborns may carry this bacteria.

To prevent this bacteria, a simple trick: place a fresh clove of garlic in the vagina for one to two nights …

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Mind & Health's mission is to disseminate information in the field of health and well-being. The information provided in this magazine is intended to improve and not to replace the relationship between the reader of the magazine and his doctor. The use of plants for therapeutic purposes can in no way substitute or be added to medical treatment current without the advice of a doctor.