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How To Use Pau D’arco For Nail Yeast Infections

August 12, 2019


Greetings! Eric Bakker back again. I’m a naturopath from New Zealand, wonderful
New Zealand. I’m going to talk to you today about Pau D’arco
treatment for nail infections. Now, this is effective if you’ve got toenail
fungus, or if you’ve got fingernail yeast infections, it doesn’t really matter. It’s going to work effectively. You can even use this treatment for scalp
yeast infections. What you’ve got to do is get hold of some
very good quality Pau D’arco bark. I’ve got some bark here. You can just buy the bark on the internet,
and many different companies that will sell the Pau D’arco bark. It’s better if you get between a 2 to 4 percent
Lapacho content. The active ingredient’s called Lapachol. If you’ve got a high grade Lapachol content
of the Pau D’arco, you’re going to get a better effect. Now, what you’ve got to do is make a concentrated
product up. And how you’re gonna do that is you’re going
to use quite a lot of Pau D’arco. Now, I’ve done a previous video on a vaginal
yeast infection treatment. I’ve also talked about tea you can generally
drink if you’ve got Candida internally. Now, this is a nail problem, so you need to
make it a lot stronger if you would if you were going to use it vaginally or internally. A lot stronger. Now, how are you gonna achieve that easily? You’re going to use about a whole cup of the
bark. Pack a whole cup of the bark. You’re going to pour it in a stainless steel,
glass or iron saucepan. Don’t use aluminum. You can just bend those things. They’re junk. Throw it in there. Now, for one cup of Pau D’arco you’re going
to use three to four cups of water. Put that in your saucepan. Cold water, quality water-bring it to the
rolling boil. Soon as it’s boiling, you’re going to reduce
it and simmer it for one hour, one whole hour. It’s a long time, I know. Get it to a really low setting. Another very good tip I got from a patient
in the US was this guy got rid of all of his toenail infections by doing this- he got a
crockpot. One of those pots you can leave on low setting
overnight where you cook casseroles and stuff in. What do you call them, slow cookers? I think we call them crockpots over here. What a crock! They’re an absolute crock, but it really works. Trust me this works. Just get a small slow cooker. You’re going to use one cup of the Pau D’arco
bark. Pack it right in. And then three to four cups of water. Then put it on low, leave it on overnight,
or put it on high, leave in on for say four or five hours. Now, when you’re finished and you taste this
stuff it should be like “bleuugh.” It should be like really strong, or it’s not
going to work. Strong, strong, strong. Once you’ve got this strong extract, you’re
going to basically filter it. Get the bark in a strainer or use maybe a
coffee filter paper and squeeze out all the juice remaining out of that bark and you’re
left with this really dark beautiful orange brown colored liquid. Now, that’s what you’re going to use on your
toenails. It’s a matter of really keeping the toenail
wet. Now, some people I know put it in a foot bath. Other people will have a small stainless-steel
bowl with the Pau D’arco very strong extract and just put the hands or the fingers in there
as they’re watching TV or watching YouTube. Put the fingers in there and leave them in
for a minimum of one hour. Try to do that one-hour treatment two to three
times per week with either a foot bath or a hand bath. And you watch what happens to your nail fungus. This is a really, really effective treatment. It absolutely nails the nail infection. This is feedback I’ve received from many people. It can also be used in conjunction with some
Australian tea tree oil drop on the toenail, or a little bit of oregano oil. Some people have told me that they use a very
small piece of fine wet and dry sandpaper or a nail file just to sort of scuff the surface
of the nail to make it more porous for the fluids to get in there. Other people say it doesn’t really matter. Try that. Another patient told me about using a nailbrush
in conjunction with this treatment to sort of brush around the nail and really saturate
the whole tissue in that area. But I can tell you now, this is a very effective
treatment for toenail and fingernail fungus. You could also consider washing your hair
or just soaking your hair with this Pau D’arco treatment. You could also even get some in a dropper
and just put a few drops in your ear if you get continually itchy ears. It can work for the ear, the scalp, and the
toenails and finger nails. Don’t use it this strength vaginally. You’re going to look at my other video I’ve
done on vaginal yeast infection if you want to use Pau D’arco. Give all that a try and give me some feedback. Don’t forget to click on the link below if
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6 Comments

  • Reply Shelley Seitz July 21, 2016 at 3:31 pm

    How long typically do you need to do this 3 times/week? I've had a thumb nail fungus for around 3 years and it has eventually spread to my other thumb nail, pinky, and now wedding finger😩I've tried Tree tea oil and oregano oil but perhaps didn't do it long enough, consistently. Is the par d' Arco more effective. I can get more of it at my local co-op. Maybe taking it internally as a tea at the same time?

  • Reply Makeup Queen July 22, 2016 at 2:58 am

    I really hope this works. My last good finger nail has now rotted away leaving me with 10 disgusting nails. Being in the Beauty industry its affecting my confidence so much iv considered wearing gloves when applying makeup on clients. I will order the Pau D'arco right away. Thank you so much Eric

  • Reply Tsuki Yomi July 3, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    What should we do if it causes bloating, nausea and vomiting should we quit it? Please reply.

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  • Reply Rebecca Charles June 25, 2018 at 11:08 pm

    I made the tea according to your instructions and made a foot bath. Can I reuse the tea for the next foot bath.

  • Reply Mary Knight February 15, 2019 at 10:58 pm

    Thank you so much for this information. I'm going to see if it will help my boyfriend's toenail fungus. If we do this several times a week, using a cup of bark each time, it could get cost prohibitive, but it sounds like that's what you're suggesting. I'm going to try to think of a way too stretch each batch. It may involve contortions on his part. Eh… I don't mind.
    Thoroughly enjoyed your puns, by the way. All the best…

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