Vitamins & Herbs

Fruits and vegetables contain the vital nutrients and vitamins we all need to intake on a daily basis


In a perfect world, we all would be eating the most healthy foods, breathing the cleanest air and giving our bodies the exercise and care it deserves.  Newsflash: we don’t live in a perfect world, and many of us are barely surviving and trying to keep our heads above water by working hard, paying our bills and trying to save a little money for when we retire.  It is no surprise that our diet and health is going to suffer as a result.  If we all got our vitamins and nutrition through eating well, vitamin supplements wouldn’t exist.

Many of us have to supplement vitamins into our nutrition-lacking diet

One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of curing yeast infection and many other ailments is by taking vitamin supplements. Vitamin supplements come in many forms–pill, capsule, tablet, liquid and even gummy. Vitamins set the foundation for optimal health. Vitamin deficiency, on the other hand, can cause chronic health conditions, like yeast infection.

It is sad, but most healthy foods and diet regimens can become costly and time-consuming to prepare. On the other hand, unhealthy and processed foods are usually the cheapest and can be prepared quickly. Because of this, most people go for unhealthy and processed foods for their everyday food intake, but it takes a toll on their health, causing them to be deprived of many of the vitamins and nutrients they should be getting on a daily basis.

Vitamins offer a way for millions of people to supplement their often nutrition-lacking diet without spending a lot of money and time.

So how do you know if vitamins are right for you? Chances are if you are visiting this site, it’s because you or someone you know may have a yeast infection and you are looking for a natural cure. That’s a good start. Also, asking yourself the following questions:

1) Do you eat less than 2 meals a day?
2) Does your diet consist mostly of sugary foods?
3) Do you drink more than 2 alcoholic beverages a day?
 4) Do you smoke?
5) Are you under or overweight?
6) Do you take 3 or more over-the-counter medicines and drugs every day?

If you answered “yes” to 3 or more of these questions, you are likely not getting the nutrition that your body requires on a daily basis.

Your body needs the following essential vitamins daily:

Vitamins A
Benefits reproductive, bone, vision and immune health
Foods with vitamin A: Broccoli, spinach, kale, sweet potato, carrots, eggs

Vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6, B7 (biotin), B9 (folate), B12
Benefits energy level, memory, heart, skin, hair, digestion and even your mood
Foods with B vitamins: leafy green vegetables, beans, peas, fish, poultry, meat, eggs and dairy products

Vitamin C
Benefits immune system, lowering hyper tension, cures cataracts, treats lead toxicity, cancer, stroke and helps minimize skin wrinkling, and more
Foods with Vitamin C: oranges, brussel sprouts, pineapples, strawberries, mango, papaya, kiwi, broccoli, bell pepper

Vitamin D
Benefits brain and nervous system, lung function, cardiovascular health, regulate insulin levels
Foods with Vitamin D: some dairy products, cheese, egg yolks, fatty fish like tuna, salmon and mackerel

Vitamin E
Benefits thinning hair, balances hormones and cholesterol, repairs damaged skin, helps prevent diseases by fighting free radicals, helps PMS symptoms
Foods with Vitamin E: almonds, raw seeds, mustard greens, swiss chard, turnip greens, spinach, kale, plant oils, hazelnuts, pine nuts, broccoli, avocado, parsley, olives

Vitamin K
Benefits blood clotting, bone metabolism, vision health
Foods with Vitamin K: green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach, turnip, collars, swiss chard, mustard greens, parsley, romaine, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, fish, liver, meat, eggs, and cereals

There are also essential minerals like calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, chromium, fluoride, iodine, manganese, selenium and molybdenum that can contribute to your overall health and help prevent the formation of chronic conditions like yeast infection.


Picture yourself in a garden of your own, planting and cultivating all of your favorite fruits, vegetables and herbs. When you’re feeling ill or a under the weather, you don’t think twice to go out to your garden and cut a few sprigs of the herb that you need to remedy your ailment. Upset stomach? Nothing that a homemade mint tea can’t fix. High blood pressure? That’s what parsley’s for. Can’t settle down for the evening? Chamomile’s in order. Just about any chronic condition can be cured with the right amount and frequency of herbs taken, including yeast infection.

The truth is that the majority of us will never own a garden, or have the time or even the desire to grow and tend to one. Thankfully herbs are readily available for purchase in most parts of the world. Like vitamins, herbs can be taken in a variety of forms: raw, dried, stewed, boiled (tea), tincture, liquids, pill or capsule supplements.

Since herbs are natural and come from the earth, they usually offer great benefits to our health and wellbeing. However, too much of a good thing can be bad. As herbs are very powerful, they should be taken with care. Sometimes, the mixture of certain herbs with certain prescription drugs or medicines can be dangerous. Consult your doctor before taking any herbs.

The following herbs can be taken daily to help guard against everyday ailments and conditions:

Blackberry – sore throat
Cayenne – prevents stomach ulcers
Chamomile – helps digestion and restlessness
Dandelion – diuretic
Echinacea – stimulates the immune system
Ginger – treats upset stomach and motion sickness
Goldenseal – reduces inflammation
Hawthorn – promotes heart health
Peppermint – treats upset stomach and stimulates digestion
Plantain – helps heal wounds
Vitex – treats premenstrual discomfort and stimulates ovulation
Yarrow – reduces inflammation