3 Home Remedies for Yeast Infections You Should Know About

Do  you need a home yeast infection remedy right now? Or maybe you are in need of an approach that is free of unwanted side effects. In either case, it’s always safer to go the "natural" route.

So what are the handiest home remedies that you use for yourself? Here are a few of the leading choices:

1. Olive Leaf Extract – Powerful Stuff If You Can Cope with the Side effects
This home remedy for yeast infection is something you get at your local healthfood store. Make sure you get the 500 mg immersion. You can take up to three caps. If you take more, you're likely to experience symptoms much as headaches, fatigue, diarrhea, and another flu-like symptoms.  If that's the case stop using it altogether.

2. Try a "Honey Shot"
What's a Honey Shot? It’s a combination of foods that fight yeast. Just mix a containerful of apple cider vinegar with a containerful of honey and add some water. Stir that up and drink it down three times a day.

3. Fermented Milk Anyone?
Okay, it doesn't sound particularly appetizing? However, this form of fermented milk is called kefir.  It’s a dairy food that comes originally from Asia Minor. Ideally, you could make it yourself by obtaining kefir grains (which are actually clumps of healthful bacteria and yeast) and mixing them with milk.  If you can’t (or don't want to) make it yourself, you buy ready-made Kefir drinks from grocery or health-food stores.

You can learn a lot more home remedies for yeast infections, where they come from and what to do about them by clicking here.