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How to Use Ginger as an Antifungal
By Zane Umbraska 2 years ago 38615 Views No comments

How to Use Ginger as an Antifungal

Fungal infections can happen for a number of reasons and they can occur in several different places on your body.

There’s a lot of fungal infections that will form on your skin due to a lack of hygiene or as a bad reaction to medication or a change in climate. Your fingernails or toenails could also be affected by fungus for similar reasons and sometimes it occurs underneath the nail making it hard to treat.

Perhaps the most undesirably type of fungal infection however, is one that forms internally. Some fungal infections will form in your intestines or other organs and can be a big problem. The main issue here, is that you can’t actually see the infection itself. And it’s not as simple as getting a cream or an ointment that will clear it up in a matter of days.

You might require a change in lifestyle or a change in diet to solve the problem. This is especially the case with something like Candida Albicans. Candida, as it is often shortened to, is an opportunistic fungus that most often forms in your gut and can have a serious effect on your day-to-day life.

It’s one of the most common fungal infections and it affects many people, some of whom don’t even realize that that’s what they have. Symptoms would be things like fatigue, joint pain and recurring infections, and this one is often caused by a bad diet.

If you think you might have Candida, you could find out for sure using the SelfDiagnostics 3in1 STD home test. Candida can be spread sexually too but this test will uncover it regardless of how it formed. If the test is positive, you should always follow-up with a doctor’s appointment.

Once you determine that it is in fact a fungal infection such as Candida that you’re dealing with, then what’s the next step? Firstly, always take whatever advice your doctor gives you.

And as we said, diet is going to be something that you’ll have to seriously think about. In fact you may have to give your diet a complete overhaul. There’s certain foods that you might have to stop eating and then some that you should introduce to your diet.

Let’s talk about one of the most reputable antifungals out there and one that’s been used for years in many different countries, the ever-reliable ginger.

We can probably all agree that ginger tastes amazing, and most of us have probably had it recommended for certain minor health concerns too. It’s been commonly linked to treatment for nausea, and when it comes to motion sickness, ginger is a popular alternative to over the counter medications such as dramamine. It’s also effective in combating inflammation, which causes a lot of more serious issues and is a factor in the growth of fungus. Ginger has a couple of different natural ingredients which are talked about in certain studies for their antifungal properties.

These include the compound gingerol, which is a powerful antioxidant and is the primary source of ginger’s medicinal benefits. It’s also got shagelol which will commit the same function. The spice is packed to the brim with these antioxidant-rich compounds which will destroy the fungus before it can spread.

Even if you don’t have Candida right now, it would be a good idea to introduce it, or another similar antifungal to your diet to ensure that it doesn’t develop.

And if you’re not a huge fan of ginger, then you could just give it a shot if you happen to feel any of the typical Candida symptoms coming on and see if anything changes for you. In terms of how you can incorporate ginger into your diet, there’s many different ways and surely one that will suit your tastes. Maybe its better to avoid any kind of ginger cake because they tend to be packed with sugar and probably won’t actually have the desired health benefits.

You could make some homemade ginger tea however. It’s easier than you might think. You just have to cut off about an inch of ginger root and add it to boiling water so that it can infuse. You could buy ginger tea too of course or you could make a wide variety of different dishes, ranging from breakfast meals to desserts.

There’s tons of different meals that you never knew could be made with the accompaniment of a little bit of ginger root.


It’s not the only antifungal spice out there, but ginger is certainly one of the more effective treatments for common fungal infections.

It’s also something that can be so easily added to any number of different meals with little consequences on the taste.

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