Antifungal agents act against and destroy various fungi.
Talk to your health care practitioner before beginning any herbal treatment, especially if you are pregnant, have medical conditions or take any medications which may be adversely affected by the herbs’ medicinal qualities.
The most effective yeast and fungal treatments often begin with a careful review of diet and eating habits. Once you start eating the foods that naturally support your body's metabolic functions while giving less fuel for the yeasts, you'll begin to naturally strengthen your immune system and overcome infections.
A balanced diet, rich in fresh vegetables and fresh herbs (basil, cilantro, chervil, dill, mint, oregano, parsley, tarragon, etc), while restricting the amount of breads and processed foods will have you traveling the path to good health.
Some ingredients to avoid: Hydrogenated and Partially Hydrogenated Oils, Aspartame and other artificial sweeteners, Artificial ingredients, Beer and Wine are high in carbohydrates. Distilled alcohols can be tough on the body.
Some of these powerful antifungal herbs include