I’ve used homeopathic remedies over the years to treat all sorts of ailments with varying degrees of success. The least successful was when I paid an homeopathic therapist a LOT of money to diagnose my problems. Her solution was to devise a homeopathic remedy in the form of a small tablet which was supposed to get me better. It had no effect at all!
But more positive over the years I’ve discovered several great homeopathic remedy companies who sell direct to the public. I’ve found their remedies really helpful with no side effects. I know some people are cynical about homeopathy and regard it as ‘mind over matter’. Well I don’t know the truth but I do know its helped me and my family a lot of the years. And interestingly I know animals and small children who have benefited. Yet they don’t know they are being treated so the mind link doesn’t apply to them.
I remember reading an article years ago about the British Royal Family and I read that they are also fans of homeopathy. In fact I read that the The Queen takes 60 vials of homeopathic remedies everywhere she goes. The Royal Family have used homeopathy remedies for generations.
I use homeopathic remedies to prevent illness too. So when the winter bugs are doing the rounds I make sure I take my daily homeopathic remedies to ward off viruses and bacterial infections. It seems to work well (touch wood). So this got me wondering if the candida homeopathic remedies would help too? I am a big believing in supporting the body when you are fighting candida. For me this meant trying different holistic treatments as my main problem was stress. I also took additional vitamins etc.. I just wish I’d known about homeopathic remedies as they are easy to administer and I’ve seen great results with other illnesses. Has anyone else tried this approach for candida?
My favourite brand is Dr Reckeweg. I use this Dr Reckeweg website to read about the different remedies and decide which one(s) I need. Then I order from an online store. You can take more than 1 at the same time if you are using additional remedies. There could be other great brands out there so please leave a comment at the end of this post if you can recommend any others.
The only one I didnt like was Nelson’s. It came in a pink box in my local health store. It was specifically formulated for candida but it contained sugar!
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.
I get asked this a LOT and I understand. When I was suffering from candida and repeated yeast infections I doubted if I would ever get better. And I struggled to find any candida success stories. Nowadays I think a lot of people get better and don’t think twice about it. They don’t think of publicising their illness online and telling everyone that they got over it! But I did because I thought it would help others. If you want to read about my story (and you’ve got plenty of time!) then scroll down to find the Archive list on the right hand column. Grab a coffee and sit down and read my blog which goes back years. You will read about my highs and my lows. But you will also realise that I’ve been through some really dark times when I never thought I’d get better. And yet now I am 100% better. I haven’t had candida or a yeast infection in years.
Now I know you are all busy folk and not many people have the time to read my entire blog. So a few years back I started to pull together everything I’d learnt into an ‘easy to use’ website. You can visit this website by clicking on the ‘Main Candida Website’ button above. Just take some time to have a good read. I especially recommend that you read the My Approach (How I Beat Candida) page.
I know many of my visitors will have been suffering from candida and yeast infections for a long time. This means that the candida has a firm hold and its going to take time to get better. In fact even when you are following the anti-candida regieme it may take time to even feel a tiny bit better. Why is that? Well I’m no medical expert but it seems to me that turning your health around when its been pretty bad is similar to a huge ship changing direction. Imagine a ship is sailing in a certain direction at full speed. Now even if the Captain pulls the wheel to change direction it can take time before the ship actually slowly starts to change to the new direction. Thats how it felt to me as I wondered when I would feel the benefits of the anti-candida approach. My body had registered that a change was required but it took a while to feel that change actually happening. This may sound a bit crazy but its just how it felt to me. So keep positive and keep going! I know it can seem like you are stuck with the candida or yeast infection forever but its important to keep going and the results will come. Please
check out my full website for plenty of ideas and suggestions. I’m a big believer that if you struggle to get rid of the candida then there may be underlying issues which need to be addressed. Again you will find plenty of info on the Main Site.
And if you would like to share your story please get in touch (leave a comment at the bottom of this page). By the way there are plenty of other folk out there who have also beaten candida. I’m far from unique! I know of several friends and family members who were diagnosed, went through the regieme and got better. They have long forgotten about it I’m sure and they are healthy and able to eat whatever they want these days. I personally learnt a lot from visiting Karen Tripp’s website (just google her) as she has also beaten candida and she explains it well on her website.
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I always dread the winters even though its relatively mild where I live. But it still gets very cold and the shorter days definitely have an effect on my moods. When you are suffering from candida it can seem even worse I think. I was definitely feeling more low when I had candida and I also suffered from anxiety. But even though the candida is long gone (touch wood) and I still get very low. I blame my personal circumstances which I am trying to improve but this Winter hardest for me at least. I’m seriously thinking of investing in a SAD lamp this year to try to avoid sinking into seasonal depression. So I thought I’d put together a few ideas for how to survive the Winter and try to stay cheerful. I know every season has its pluses and minuses. As I am always telling candida sufferers to stay positive, I now need to listen to my own advice! lol! So here are my suggestions for making the most of the Winter and trying to avoid feeling low. If you have any of your own suggestions that you’d like to share please add a comment at the end.
(These are in no special order. And I’m going to do them all this Winter. You are my witnesses!)
- Try to get outside every single day
- Get some warm waterproof clothing so I can do the first point
- Buy fresh flowers for the house
- Try to stay healthy (I’ll do another post on this soon)
- Monitor my thoughts for negative patterns and keep positive
- Leave more lights on around the house (I’m always switching off lights to reduce electricity bills)
- Go for a walk every day if possible
- I will avoid turning into a hermit and I’ll try to socialise to get out of the house
- Listen to cheerful music to lift my mood
Anyone got any other ideas? Please share! Or do you dread winter too? Then let me know. Its always nice to know you aren’t alone. Perhaps we can help each other through it.
love and light