Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from New
Zealand, author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for checking out my video. I’ve got a question
here from somebody who wants to know if neem is good for using in a fight against Candida.
Neem is exceptionally good and it’s one that’s rarely used in yeast infection formulas for
some unknown reason. I can’t work out why. I think it’s because a lot of people don’t
really believe it’s good enough to target Candida alone. Because a lot of research by
Dr. Khan and Dr. Wassilew in 1987, discovered it was exceptional against 14 different kinds
of yeasts in general. Candida to a lesser extent. But a 2011 study recently validated
that it’s very powerful. I’ve got a list here. There are a couple of
different kinds of fungi that it will be highly effective against. Trichophyton, epidermophyton,
geotrichum, microsporum, the list goes on and on. The 2011 study found multiple species
of Candida were killed by neem. Neem has been used for thousands of years in India as an
anti-parasite herb and an antibacterial and a cleansing herb. I use neem oil spray in
my vegetable garden. It’s been used in India as well. The twigs are used as a toothbrush.
The leaves are used as an insecticide rinse for the body. The bark is used and the roots
are used. Every part of the tree is used in India by citizens to stop bugs from attacking
their system. It’s well proven. It’s super effective. I use a four to one neem extract
in Canxida Remove. I’m just reading off my sheet here. It’s not
commonly found in Candida formulations. Excellent antifungal activity against a wide range of
Candida aspergillus, microsporum yeast species. And it’s also used in the west as an insecticide.
It is used and it’s totally safe. It hasn’t been found to be toxic or harmful to human
beings or pets. It’s also used as a flea control on cats and dogs as well. You can actually
buy emulsified neem oil at a good health food shop, which you can use for lice, fleas, all
kinds of bugs. I recommend that you use it to spray particularly
for preventing grubs and worms from eating fruit on trees and a wide range of vegetables
that I use it on. And, of course, a powerful extract is fantastic in an anti-fungal/anti-bacterial/anti-parasite
product. That’s one of the reasons why I’ve incorporate it into the Canxida Remove product.
I hope that answers your question. Neem is fantastic to use in corporation with other
herbal products as an anti-fungal. Thanks for checking out the video.