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Nigella sativa proven to treat candida albicans effectively

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 by: Samantha Davis
Tags: candida, nigella sativa, probiotics

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(NaturalNews) Candida albicans is a fungal infection that is not easy to heal. Although commonly referred to as a yeast infection, it can affect many areas of the body including the blood, skin, mouth, throat and genitals. Candida must be treated with multiple approaches, including reinforcing the immune system, diet, and removal of stress. This is one reason why the Middle Eastern herb, Nigella sativa, a known immune booster, is so successful in treating candida albicans effectively.

Improving your immune system with Nigella sativa

Nigella sativa not only improves your immune system, it also treats a number of diseases in the body. It is part of a total treatment with more than 100 nutrients and vitamins. Dr. Gary Null, health freedom activist, stated "Black cumin oil is probably the best oil you can put in your system."

Null also stated, "The Candida diet is not enough, you must improve the immune system." Improving the immune system must be part of the protocol. The protocol implementing nigella sativa is simple. The dosage requirement is just two teaspoons per day mixed with either raw honey (manuka is best) or freshly squeezed orange juice. Take the first dose half an hour before breakfast on an empty stomach and the other before sleeping.

Healing candida albicans with diet

There is no concrete proof that a candida cleansing diet will heal the disease, but most experts agree that the removal of sugar, yeast and a lot of grains is imperative. Eating sugar and a lot of grains and taking antibiotics disrupts the digestive tract and allows further growth of the candida infection. Choosing the perfect diet is a matter of choice, but an easy solution to an ever lingering problem as to why the diets don't work for everyone is to add powdered nigella sativa seeds to meals.

By purchasing good quality nigella sativa seeds, grinding them and then sprinkling them on salads, main dishes or snacks, the anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties of the seed works to heal candida in a multi-pronged way. Many Middle Easterners eat as few as 10 seeds daily for extra health benefits.

Removal of stress with nigella sativa

Removing stress is also part of the totality in the healing theory of candida albicans. Nigella sativa can calm the body naturally. A simple recipe that is often used is the following: Take one tablespoon of fresh, minced ginger and add in half a teaspoon of ground nigella sativa seeds. Eat this fresh and feel its calming effects.

Black seed tea is another recipe that is often used in the Middle East. Simply add some whole or ground seeds to a pot of water, bring to a boil and then strain into a tea cup. The tea may be sweetened with honey or stevia.

Bringing balance to the system

According to Dr. Jeff McCombs, candida expert (http://candidaplan.com), "It's important to bring balance into the system as a whole, which means addressing as many components as possible at the same time. Probiotics by themselves won't work, as candida dictates which ones can grow back into the intestinal tract. You have to address candida from the very beginning."

Healing candida albicans with nigella sativa begins with improving the immune system and only ends when the entire body is healed, not just the affected area. Once the candida is treated effectively, begin a maintenance dose of the oil (one teaspoon daily).

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About the author:
Samantha Davis is an author, freelance writer and avid supporter of natural healing. She has written 10 books on various subjects and is a specialist on the subject of Nigella Sativa, black cumin and black seeds. Check out her website Nigella Sativa.com and
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Black Seeds

Also read her latest book:
Black Seed Cuisine

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