Apple Cider Vinegar and Male Yeast Infection

Apple cider for male yeast infection? Does it work? Yes, according to many. For centuries, people with various ailments have sworn by its effectiveness. And it’s the same with yeast infection. Apple cider vinegar is being used by men and women all over the world to get relief from their yeast infections. Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular and effective natural remedies for yeast infection available.

First, let’s look together at what causes your yeast infection. Well, it’s a yeast-like fungus called Candida albicans. This exists in most of us, quite naturally, without causing problems. It’s kept in check by your body’s beneficial or good bacteria. Under certain conditions though, this doesn’t happen effectively enough and the Candida ‘overgrows’ into the symptoms of yeast infection.

For many men and women, normal drug-based treatments don’t seem to work; the symptoms are gone one minute, then they return. It’s believed the reason they have recurring yeast infections is that the medications just target the symptoms, not the root or underlying cause(s). And, the Candida fungus can become resistant to the drugs. That’s why many men and women are turning to natural home remedies, apple cider vinegar being one of the most popular.

Apple cider vinegar has antiseptic properties (among others), which helps to soothe itchiness and relieve the pain and discomfort of, for instance, penile yeast infection. Here’s how to use it…

(1) Into a warm low bath add 2 cupfuls of apple cider vinegar and swish it around to mix properly. A ‘low’ bath means enough water to ensure your legs and penis are covered, no more. You’ll need to soak for around 20 to 30 minutes. Pull back the foreskin to make sure that the head is properly soaked.

(2) You can also mix up 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with 2 quarts of warm water and just gently bathe the affected area with cotton dipped into the water / vinegar mix.

(3) Drinking a dilution of apple cider vinegar is good for helping to re-balance the good bacteria in your intestinal tract, thus helping to prevent the Candida fungus overgrowing there, and potentially spreading yeast infection to other parts of your body. Just mix 2 teaspoons of vinegar in a 8 oz. glass of water. Drink 3 times a day.

Apple cider vinegar can help with male yeast infection for sure. But it’s only one piece of the jigsaw. For a complete cure, with no recurrences, you have to take into account other aspects such as lifestyle, diet, etc. Without these you’re just dealing with the symptoms of yeast infection and not the underlying issues. But you’ve seen now that mainstream drug-based treatments cannot achieve all this. So more and more men and women are going the totally natural route.

The Author:



5 thoughts on “Apple Cider Vinegar and Male Yeast Infection

  1. Good sharing, for healthy purpose, apple cider vinegar (ACV) helps to boost metabolism, blocks the body’s storage of dietary fat plus breaks down and dissolves existing body fat. A study at Australia’s University of Sydney in which subjects who consumed two tablespoon of ACV daily experienced fewer surges and crashes in blood sugar levels.

  2. So much information THANK YOU. I had strep throat and the doctor gave amoxicillin 500MG one capsule twice a day for ten days. That cause yeast. I am not a happy camper from my head ( throat ) to my bottom. Your site answers so many questions and gave me ways to fight naturally. Home remedies that I have now I tried one and it worked.

    God Bless You

  3. Apple cider vinegar has been used virtually all life, because it was already known to be “holy hand” and multipurpose. Normally, it does not go unnoticed as an essential object in the home. Finding certain benefits helps us improve diets and how we take care of ourselves. Well, apple cider vinegar, it’s getting more important and solder. Among other things, it has vitamins A and B,in fact it is a great source of these. It is also rich in many minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, potassium, zinc or iron. What are the benefits of apple cider vinegar? Apple cider vinegar helps digestive development, as it not only lightens the process, but also soothes gases. It is perfect for acidityas it reduces its effects significantly. It improves circulation by regulating the PH – hydrogen potential – of the blood and thus controlling cholesterol. It helps to reduce the irrigation of stones in the kidneys and to avoid arthritis. Vinegar contains a high amount of acetic acid – it is made by fermenting the sugars of apples -. Protects the body from bacteria. In ancient times, the oil was already used as a wound sanitizer and food preservative. Many studies show that it prevents the growth of bacteria in food products. It is very useful for managing diabetes. Many patients with type 2 diabetes – very high blood sugar levels – take apple cider vinegar because it reduces blood sugar. It helps to decrease weight because it helps increase satiety. It reduces cholesterol by visibly improving heart health.

  4. Several human studies show that vinegar can increase satiety, help you eat fewer calories and actually lose your pounds extra. For example, if people take vinegar along with a high-carb meal, they get to feel full and end up eating 200 to 275 fewer calories for the rest of the day. A study in 175 people with obesity suggests that daily consumption of apple cider vinegar helped reduce abdominal fat and weight loss: 15 mL (1 tablespoon): They lost 2.6 pounds or 1.2 kilograms. 30 mL (2 tablespoons): They lost 3.7 pounds or 1.7 kilograms. Keep in mind, however, that this study lasted for 12 weeks, so the true effects on body weight seem to be quite modest. That said, simply adding or removing any food or ingredient rarely has a noticeable effect on weight. To see the results, what really matters is diet and lifestyle, as well as combining several methods that do work. In general, it seems that apple cider vinegar is useful as an aid for weight loss, mainly because it promotes a feeling of fullness and low blood sugar and insulin levels.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *