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How To Use Pau D’arco For Vaginal Yeast Infection

August 12, 2019

Greetings. Naturopath, Eric Bakker, from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for tuning in. We’re going to talk about the use of Pau D’arco
with vaginal yeast infection. I really like Pau D’arco. I think it’s one of the best herbs, probably
the best herb to use for yeast infections. You can drink it internally as a tea. You can take it internally in a dietary supplement
like in my Canxida Remove product. I’ve put a very high grade 4 to 1, so it’s
a very potent Pau D’arco extract in my tablet along with other things. And you can also use it very effectively for
a nail fungal bath, which I’ll do another video about. And you can also use it very effectively for
vaginal yeast infection, for thrush or vaginal infection. How do you do that? Well, make sure that you buy a very high grade
product, so you might want to do some Google searching. You might want to talk to a very reputable
herbal supplier and you need to get something with a two to four percent content. It is called Lapachol. Lapachol is the active ingredient in this,
so it’s got to be between two, four or five percent content of this lapachol. A lot of inferior or cheap crappy products
that you’re going to buy are simply not really strong enough to give you the effect that
we’re going to talk about today. So what you’re going to do is you’re going
to get about one tablespoon of this bark or you might be able to get a fine powder. You can also sometimes get Pau D’arco in capsules,
high grade capsules. In that case, you’re going to open up enough
capsules to fill up one level tablespoon and then you’re going to place that in a saucepan
and you’re going to put in about 600 mils, which is about a pint, of water, cold water. Use a good quality water. Don’t just go to the tap and just use some
tap or get it out of the toilet. Make sure it’s bottled or it’s filtered or
it’s a quality water. Cold. Bring it to the rolling boil and then turn
it right down to the lowest setting and cover it with a lid until it’s simmering for about
half an hour. Let it simmer, simmer, simmer. I want it to reduce down a little bit from
one pint maybe to about 400 mils. We’re going to make a slightly stronger brew
than we would if we were making a tea. Once you’ve made this, you’re going to basically
let it cool down until it’s tepid. You soak a tampon in it and you insert the
tampon and leave it in overnight. You can do that nightly tampon treatment very
effectively leading right up until your menstrual cycle. If you’ve got very bad vaginal thrush or recurring
and have had it for many, many years and it’s resistant to fluconazole and different creams
or applicators you’ve used, it’s just not going anywhere. Then you can still use Pau D’arco tampon treatment,
but I want you to use the boric acid capsule treatment more advantageously three to four
days before your period. As estrogen builds, the thrush usually gets
worse. This is when you want to use the boric acid. After your period, do for four or five days
the tampon Pau D’arco treatment very effectively. Both of those treatments work together. Have a think about the Pau D’arco tampon treatment
because it works most effectively for so many women, especially good if you’ve got mild
to moderate yeast infection. Not like a serious problem. It can be used if you’re nursing. It’s very effective to use at many different
times. Have a think about it. You can use the capsules if they’re high grade
if you can’t get the tea. Otherwise, use the tea. Thanks for tuning into my video. Don’t forget to click on the link below if
you haven’t gotten my free Candida report. Thank you so much.


  • Reply Ruby Rodriguez December 12, 2016 at 9:45 pm

    New to your info. Going to buy book and supplements. Is this what you recommend for first sight of vaginal yeast infection?

  • Reply Renee Oc October 1, 2017 at 4:54 am

    Hi, Eric. I take Digoxin, so I've been told to stay away from herbs, even herbal teas. (My heart itself is ok and the condition is actually anxiety-related according to my cardiologist and I also need to exercise.) My BP tends to be low, so he didn't want to give me Metoprolol Tartrate again. I also take Clonazepam for anxiety, Vitamin D3 (it was 7.48), eye vitamins, multivitamins and a probiotic. I don't really eat any fruit. Almost everyday I struggle to get 1200 calories, eating plain Cheerios, oatmeal, fish, meat and occasional veggies. My body is malnourished for sure. After antibiotics, junk food, chronic stress/anxiety, I developed a chronic (watery/raw eggwhite-type discharge, very little itchiness, no burning) yeast infection that has become resistant to Fluconazole. This time it has been 8 months straight, except 5 glorious days (that I didn't take advantage of…lol). I'm scared of boric acid, douching, even coconut oil suppositories. My body reacts to everything (dry patches in my mouth, skin issues, etc.) since I've barely been eating for the past 10 months. And, I always think I'm going to die (e.g., it'll enter my bloodstream, etc.). I want to get it all under control but would love a quick fix for the vaginal issue. Can you give me a light? I feel very near the end of my tunnel. 😔

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  • Reply Feee Lion December 22, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    I love this herb in teaaaaaaa

  • Reply Anna Sper November 25, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Thanks so much for this nice video. A question: can you also drink the powdered pau darco? What would be the dosage?

  • Reply macabre Ducet November 29, 2018 at 9:33 pm

    Can't you just drink it? Instead of the tampon method

  • Reply Oana Teodora January 8, 2019 at 10:24 am

    I used this at the very first sympthoms that appear. I passes in 2 or 3 days. I only get candida when I stress really bad and my immune systems is low. You can use this even if you have it really bad (i had with eaching, burning, pain etc.) but you have to take other medication and go on a special diet.
    P.S. Also candida (and other problems of this sort) might be linked to psychologycal issues like lack of self trust and self love, were the stress might occure.

  • Reply Endlessblueskies January 18, 2019 at 3:29 pm

    Does anyone know if Pau D'Arco is high in oxalates and/or salicylates (with a website link if possible)?

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