Chinese Medicine for Candida

Chinese herbs for candida treatment

Natural candida treatment with the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine can provide a herbal solution to your candida overgrowth. Chinese Medicine sees candida as a form of 'dampness' in the body, an imbalance in fluids of your system.

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How to treat candida naturally?

Candida can be treated naturally with diet adjustments and the exclusion of foods which encourage candida overgrowth. Our TCM practitioners will tailor a treatment program which caters for your lifestyle, health and any medications you are taking. Carefully reducing the Candida Albicans in your body to a healthy level with the use of an eating plan and herbs.

Remove the fuel

Removing foods that feed the candida can gradually return levels to a healthy balance. Food's such as:

  • sugar
  • alcohol
  • chocolate
  • dairy
  • fruit and fruit juices
  • refined foods
  • foods which contain yeast such as beer, bread, Vegemite
  • foods which contain gluten such as bread, wheat based bread products, oats, barley, rye

More information on candida as well as other natural treatment options - Candida Albicans

Natural Candidiasis treatment Brisbane

Contact our Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners for natural Candida treatment in Brisbane on 3857 8887 or complete our TCM consultation form today. Clear your body of Candidiasis safely with the care and guidance of our natural health team.

Specific Modalities

  • Detoxification Programs
  • Specific Modalities

    Specific Tests

    Our Traditional chinese medicine Therapists

    Greg Bantick

    Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Fertility & Pregnancy Care, Pain Management, Remedial Massage, Stress Management, Women's Health

    Greg Bantick has been in practice since 1975 in a wide variety of clinical settings. He has particular interests in dermatology, digestive, mood and auto-immune disorders. He is registered as a Chinese herbalist, pharmacist and acupuncturist with AHPRA CMR0001733690.

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