What if I can't use yogurt for my yeast infection?
You have a yeast infection, and you keep hearing that yogurt is a great way to get a probotic.
"Well, that's very nice, but I don't have a starter, and I'm allergic to milk products."
No problem. Here is another handy hint for getting rid of that yeast infection naturally.
A cabbage; About 3 cups (1.5 pints), coarse chopped
A container; A quart (1 liter) jar is perfect
Some Distilled or purified water; A little less then 2 cups (1 pint)
Put the water and cabbage in the blender. Start it on low speed, then when it's as mixed as it will go, switch to high speed for about 30 seconds to make it more liquid.
Pour into the jar, make sure that there is at least an inch of space between the mixture and the lid.
Cover tightly and leave it at room temperature for 3 days.
Strain and discard the cabbage remains.
Want to keep a supply around?
Each day, blend another cup and a half of water with 3 cups (.7 liters) coarse chopped cabbage, just like before, except add 1/4 cup (6oz) of the previous mixture. Cover tightly, shake and in 24 hours your have more.
There. That wan't difficult; It's just time consuming. We spend our entire lives making habits for ourselves.
It will take time to retrain ourselves into good habits, but the wonderful thing is once we do, we are going to feel so much better. We'll have more energy, think clearer, brush off illnesses, finally be out of vague pain.
By making your own probiotic to fight your yeast infection you'll feel better because you'll be doing something. Feeling helpless depresses your system. But you're learning to fight for yourself, and cause your own good health.
Yeast infection home remedies, gaining the knowledge to do it yourself. Feels good, doesn't it?