Are essential oils good? Can they counter Candida? Well, they can. I’m not going to recommend that you take them internally. There is a risk of toxicity, including liver damage, when using essential oils orally. You need to see someone who’s very professional and experienced before you start taking essential oils internally.
There are a couple of companies that do make food-grade essential oils. I believe they are doTERRA and Young Living. These companies make very high-grade essential oils. Nevertheless, you need to seek professional guidance when it comes to using essential oils orally.
I do have an Australian friend who, to prove a point, swallowed 20 drops of tea tree oil per day for weeks and weeks on end without any ill effect. I believe that essential oils can be taken internally, but only if you know how to use and combine them. Most people don’t have the skillset to understand which oils they need to avoid and which ones are safe. For that reason, you’re best to see an expert.
Essential oils are fantastic as topical agents. They’re excellent to use on the skin for jock itch and vaginal thrush. There’s a large amount written in the book Candida Crusher on how essential oils can be helpful when it comes to Candida. Essential oils can be a super powerful addition to your Candida cleanse protocol.
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That is one of the reasons I put cloves in my CanXida Remove product long before I ever saw clove in any other antifungal product. Clove is one of the most effective agents you can use for Candida. Clove tea works very, very well. I’ve got patients who heal themselves just by putting several little clove buds into a cup, adding boiling water, and drinking the tea twice per day. Clove tea is one way of cleaning the body out.
Eucalyptus oil is excellent for Candida. Peppermint oil and eucalyptus oil have proven to be super powerful through studies. Still, I believe you can’t beat a lot of the good old oils, particularly oregano oil.
Several essential oils can help with Candida. The bottom line is you should only use essential oils internally under expert guidance. Vaporized and topical essential oils require less supervision.