Neem: Your Natural Remedy For Yeast Infections, Part I

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Neem can eliminate oral thrush, Candida infections, skin yeast infections and any other type of yeast / fungal infection. It is your one-stop-shop "miracle herb" for getting rid of yeast infections. An important point to stress is that Neem is a natural remedy for yeast infections, and has actually shown to be more effective on certain yeasts/fungi than man-made synthetic options such as prescription drugs.

Neem is a safe, versatile, organic and natural treatment option for health conditions. It is one of the most ancient and widely-used herbs in the world, yet it's also relatively un-heard of by people dependant upon today's modern medicine. Once you use Neem and see the results, you'll think of Neem first to treat a multitude of conditions; getting rid of a yeast infection is just the beginning.

This article is broken into Part I and Part II. Part I explains what Neem is, and why Neem should be at the top of your list for treatment options. Part II will identify steps you should take to eliminate a yeast infection, as well as some detailed suggestions for treatment with Neem.

So -- what is Neem? Neem (Azadirachta indica A. juss) is the common name for a tree originating from India - a source of natural remedies for 5,000 years. Each part of the tree may be used to improve health: fruit, root, leaf, flower, bark, and seed. Neem products use these ingredients singularly and in combination. Neem has so many uses that different cultures refer to it as "the blessed tree" and "the village pharmacy." Historically, a few of the common healing uses of Neem include leaf tea for oral thrush, or reduce symptoms of illness and prevent malarial infection; brushing teeth with twigs or bark; leaves and seed oil placed on infections or wounds; burning leaves around the body for a cleansing healing smoke during sickness; and chewing Neem leaves to induce temporary sterility to prevent conception.

Neem is internationally recognized as one of the safest herbs, and an excellent option as a natural remedy for yeast infections, especially when compared to the harmful side effects of modern prescription medicine. Neem has only a few caveats: restrict use on very young infants or the elderly; not for consumption or internal use before or during conception by either sex (due to contraceptive effect); and Neem oil is not for consumption. When compared for example, to antibiotics, which are harsh on the stomach, weaken the immune system, and build a toxic load in the body, you can see why Neem is a "natural" choice to restore your health in a healthy way. In addition, bacteria and the body's defense system builds resistance to antibiotics through repeated use, whereas Neem causes no resistance. The first time you use Neem will be as effective as the last.

To treat a yeast infection, you'll need to identify exactly what type of yeast infection you have. Is it dandruff or oral thrush? Or yeast on the skin such as Tinea Versicolor? Or perhaps yeast is a secondary issue, as in psoriasis, eczema, and acne? Yeast can also be internal, such as vaginal yeast infections, or systemic Candidiasis (Candida infection) which can lead to even greater health threats. Pick your poison, because Neem can kill them all.

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