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Dave May 8, 2017 at 6:11 am

Hi Rose,

Dentist said I had fungal infection in mouth, prescribed me Chlorhexidine and Nystatin which I do not want to take. I do have periodontal disease lose teeth would fall out. I had all of them pulled four days ago and looking to cure this naturally any info would be gladly appreciated. Would like a copy of the recipe they are talking about on the site and any other info.
Thank you

Dave Lance


Rose May 9, 2017 at 8:44 pm

Hello Dave
I sent you the recipe but I also sent you lots of information about how to combat Oral Thrush which is basically what you have if the dentist says you have a fungal infection in your mouth. Oral Thrush is typically caused by a family of yeasts known as Candida. You might like to research these terms on the internet. Certainly the salt and baking soda rinse can help (I sent the recipe). Three other things I suggested in my email: 1) cut sugar and fruit from your diet until you solve this problem; 2) swish your mouth with virgin coconut oil two or three times a day (it is a natural ant-fungal) 3) consume probiotic rich foods…these are naturally fermented foods (things like plain unsweetened yogurt, kim chi, sauerkraut, kefir) to boost the good bacteria in your system. I think taking probiotic capsules or tablets are a waste of money. Avoid that trap and focus on changing your diet. You probably have a “general” overgrowth of candida in your system (typical of today’s standard diets) and not enough good bacteria to keep the fungal bacteria at bay.
I hope this helps.


Tina August 17, 2017 at 3:58 am

Can you send me the recipe?


Rose August 22, 2017 at 12:51 am

Hello Tina
The recipe is on its way to you.


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