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Propolis treatment for Trichomoniasis and Candida sypmtoms

Propolis has strong anti-fungal, anti-inflammation and anti-protozoan effect and has been proven effective in cases of STDs like trich and candida. Trichomoniasis or trich is a curable sexually transmitted disease (STD) and a common cause of vaginitis. It is caused by Trichomonas vaginalis, a protozoan parazite. It is basically an urogenital tract infection which can lead to cervicitis (cervix inflammation), vaginitis (vagina infection) or urethritis (urethra infexion). Trichomoniasis symptoms are most common in women (foul-smelling, itchy and yellow-green or grey vaginal discharge), but also appear in men (irritation, burning after urination). Even if the symptoms are obvious just in one partner, both of them should get treatment. Even if the person is not showing any symptoms, he or she can still pass the infection to her or his sexual partner. Trichomoniasis can cause cervical cancer, prostate cancer and premature birth. The baby of a mother with trichomoniasis usually has low birth weight too.

Candida is caused by fungus Candida Albicans and is usually shown in symptoms like genital itchiness, thicker consistency of the vaginal discretion (white), burning sensation while urinating, pain during sex.

Trich is commonly treated with antibiotics like Flagyl (metronidazole or tinidazole), but if you wish to try with a natural remedy, go for medicinal plants and propolis: Propolis has a strong anti-protozoan and anti-fungal effect and can help treat conditions like trich and candida. In the evening, perform a vaginal wash with tea, made from medicinal plants (we suggest calendula, fern root stalk, tansy and the antiparasitic and antifungal wormwood). After the wash, use propolis ovules, but insert them right before going to bed, so propolis can work during the night. Researches have shown that propolis has 100% lethal effect on Trichomonas and it also helps decrease inflammations connected to vaginitis.

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