When it comes to managing oral yeast infections, I like colloidal silver. I think it works well. One of my favorite brands is called Silver Biotics.
You spray it in your mouth a few times. That is going to help quite a lot to kill the yeast in your mouth.
There are many different tips you can do for oral yeast. But remember, the mouth is just the beginning of the digestive tract. What you want to do is treat the whole gut, not just the mouth. There is no point in only treating your mouth because you probably have Candida in your throat as well. You may also have Candida in your bowel. It’s important to get that checked out properly.
Make sure that you follow a Candida or SIBO kind of diet. I also suggest that you add some yogurt into your diet.
Here are some of the tips I give my clients who have oral Candida:
1. Make sure you have good dental hygiene. Brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss your gums well.
2. I recommend oil pulling every morning. A tablespoon of coconut oil works quite well. The oil attracts yeast spores, allowing you to eject them and stop them from multiplying.
3. After breakfast, flush your mouth with lukewarm water that contains a pinch of salt.
4. Follow that with a few sprays of colloidal silver.
Probiotics and digestive enzymes work very well for the oral cavity. You can take supplements, but if you want to get good bacteria growing in your mouth, rinse your mouth with a good, sour Greek yogurt.
Make sure you have plenty of garlic in your diet. Chew the garlic thoroughly to help release the substances that will help improve your oral health.
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Some of my patients have recommended sucking on cloves. Some people get relief from chewing on fennel and other seeds. The seeds and spices help reduce the smell of oral yeast. They also release essential oils that help to kill fungal spores.
Some people recommend brushing the tongue. I’ve had patients who’ve seen great improvements by replacing their old toothbrush. Get a new, soft bristle toothbrush that has never had toothpaste on it. Put a drop of tea tree oil on this toothbrush and gently massage the gums. Brush the tongue as well and then spit into the sink.
You can also massage your gums with your finger using some coconut oil or tea tree oil. Massage all of your gums with the oil.
Above all, when you are dealing with stubborn oral yeast, watch what you eat and drink. There is no point in trying to get rid of yeast in your mouth if you’re drinking soda and eating French fries, candy, and ice cream. You need to eat fresh, healthy, natural foods full of enzymes. Eat fresh vegetables, lean proteins, maybe some legumes, nuts, and seeds.
Avoid junk in your diet. It’s the junk food that triggers oral yeast infections in the first place. Smoking and alcohol have no place in your life if you want good oral health.