A total natural cure for yeast infection can be desensitization injections against Candida. They are used by alternative health-care physicians and may help selected patients. The Candida syndrome is linked to perhaps thousands of different fungi or strains of Candida, and injections may not be specific enough for many victims of fungal infection or hypersensitivity. Scientific documentation to date is scanty, but patient testimonials are encouraging.
Dioxychlor, aerobic oxygen, Bioxy Cleanse, and other oral forms of oxygen work based on the ability to harm fungi by increasing oxygen in the body. They may not be as effective as intravenous ozone or hydrogen peroxide therapy, but case histories indicate a substantial benefit and symptom reversal in many cases.
A total natural cure for yeast infection includes fish and fish oils (omega-3- and omega-6-EPA fatty acids) have been demonstrated to substantially reduce the mortality rate from atherosclerosis. Fish oils and other fatty acids have strong antifungal properties. Controversy exists in the medical literature about the cholesterol-lowering effects of fish oil capsules. It is clear that at least some individuals benefit a great deal from supplementing the diet with fish like trout, salmon, cod, halibut, sardines, mackerel, swordfish, and tuna.
Flaxseed oil is a good source of omega-3- and omega-6-EPA fatty acids. Evening primrose oil, borage oil, and black currant seed oil are excellent sources of omega-6-EPA fatty acids. All are antifungal.
Hempseed oil is one of the best sources of essential fats. It contains roughly double the amount of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids as flaxseed oil. If your skin is on the dry side, use more. If your skin turns oily with this supplement, reduce the dose. A combination of fish oils and flaxseed oil is an alternative to hempseed oil. Raw sunflower and pumpkin seeds are also good sources of these fats. Avoid peanuts, peanut butter, and peanut oil at all costs. They contain mold and aflatoxin, a known immune suppressor. According to experts in mycology (the study of fungi), no peanut sold in North America is free of aflatoxin, even organic ones.