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Why do Bees Sting?! What a good question, let’s follow this
Bee and find out! Hello there Mrs bee…you do seem like you’re
a VERY busy bee indeed …do you think you could find time to answer
our question? You could? Fantastic! What IS it that you’re (quite so busily)
up to? You’re busy collecting special ingredients
…ingredients from the flowers? I see…but ingredients for what? I know!! HONEY! Ah…you’re collecting ingredients for making
honey…is that right? Oh BOY – I LOVE honey! runny, honey in my tummy Mrs Bee, that bear isn’t hiding very well
is he? What do you think he’s looking for? Mrs Bee? I really must know. Why DO you sometimes sting…? Because it actually really really hurts! What? …It hurts you too? It hurts you when you sting? What? You DIE when you sting?! Oh
Mrs Bee – how sad! But then why oh why…especially if you die…would
you sting someone? If they made you angry…or scared You sting when you’re angry or scared? What kind of things would make you angry or
scared then Mrs Bee? Ah… the bear getting close to your home! You’re scared that the bear will eat all
the honey? What! Do bears eat the honey and the babies too? And that makes you angry doesn’t it? Well no wonder …if the bear did that, you’d
not only have NO honey to eat…you’d have no bees to grow
up and help you make it either would you Mrs Bee? Looks like that bear won’t be back any time
soon… Thank you so much for helping us answer our
question! Thank you Mrs Bee!!!

Can Bee Venom Or Cupping Be Good For Candida?

Can Bee Venom Or Cupping Be Good For Candida?


Dr. Eric Bakker, Naturopath from New Zealand
here. Thanks for coming back. Let’s talk about bee venom. I’ve got a question here from somebody, “Is
bee venom any good for candida?” And someone also is asking, “Is cupping any
good?”, which I’ll explain in a minute. So, let’s put them together. Can bee venom or cupping be any good for candida? All right, so that’s this video. So, as you may be aware, I’m a beekeeper,
so I’ve got about 10 beehives at the moment, so bee stings are not unfamiliar to me. I may have already shown you some of my jars
of honey. We had a good honey crop last summer, I think
we ended up with probably about 50 or 60 pounds of honey, so that’s not bad. That wasn’t out of 10 hives because I’ve doubled
my hive production recently, I’ve split hives and created new ones. So getting stung is an occupational hazard
with beekeeping, you’re going to get stung if you keep bees, that’s all there is to it. If you’ve got a dog you’re going to eventually
pick up stuff that you may not want to pick up, but you’re going to pick it up sooner
or later, if you know what I mean? And if you’ve got a bee, you can get whacked
every now and then. But, what I’ve discovered, very interesting,
in my own personal situation, now this is my eighth year of beekeeping, is I don’t really
notice the stings much anymore. I just posted this, actually, on a beekeeping
page, Facebook page. So, I just read, and understand now exactly
what’s going on and why this mystery occurs. What happens, and this is why I think bee
venom is actually not bad for the average person. So when you first get stung, your body produces
a lot of histamine, a chemical, which is going to act as an anti-inflammatory, it’s going
to counter that toxic response. Because, I think, Phospholipase A is the name
of the chemical. There are several toxins in the bee venom,
and when the little barb goes in there and it injects, the trick is to get it out instantly
with your fingernail, is to whip it out. If you can get that barb out really quick,
you’re not really going to feel much, just a tiny itch. So that venom that goes in there provokes
a histamine response and the histamine response creates the redness, the swelling, the itching,
and that ongoing pain in the butt sensation you get with a bee sting, where you’re itchy
and you want to scratch it, especially if it’s on your feet or somewhere like that. So, you’ve got a lot of lymphatic tissue in
that area, you’re going to get a lot of swelling, so the capillaries will leak fluid, it will
puff up, it will become swollen, red, hot, itchy, all the things that you associate with
a bee sting. However, a study in Switzerland found out
that when beekeepers get stung several times, early in the season, initially they get a
high histamine production. But eventually what happens is a part of their
white blood cell system, the T cells, develop these cells called regulatory T cells, and
that in turn will knock that back. So that will knock that response back. So I can get … in fact, I got stung only
about a week ago and I barely noticed any kind of sensation at all with the bee sting,
which is quite interesting. I think it has a good boosting effect on immunity. Some studies I’ve read, especially Chinese
studies, have shown that it’s very advantageous for people with inflammatory conditions, having
bee venom. So we call it Apitherapy, or Bee Therapy. You’ve probably heard of eating honey, eating
propolis, or having royal jelly, but Apitherapy is the toxic venom therapy. Rheumatoid arthritis patients for example,
seriously benefit from bee venom, especially if they’ve got problems with their hands. But for candida, I’m not sure, the jury is
still out on that one, but it’s not something I’d recommend for candida. But if you are a beekeeper and you get stung
don’t worry, it’s only two percent of the population that gets severe anaphylaxis and
can die from bee stings. Probably about, a little bit more than there
would be with peanut allergies. But you can be desensitized against this,
so you don’t have to suffer really bad, or die, from it. Now cupping. Cupping really is something that has being
used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. It involves glass cups, or plastic cups that
they use now, I think. And I remember, I think I did my first year
in point location with acupuncture, I studied, and also I did a bit of cupping work there
on some students, which was quite interesting. We had these little glass, little balls and
I think we lit, I had a pair of tweezers with something on the end that I lit, and I put
the flame in the glass ball, and then drop it down onto someone’s back. And what would happen, it would create a vacuum,
which would suck up the skin and the tissue under it, it would go up higher. Now that will create a circulatory condition
for that person, it either increases, or decreases, circulation to that point. And when cupping is used on the traditional
acupuncture points, it can have quite a significant effect on pain. But whether it’s used for candida? I don’t think really it’s going to be useful
for candida at all, the cupping. But some studies have shown it’s beneficial
for neck pain, and other parts of the body, period pain for example. And I think it’s a lovely part of the acupuncture
system, is to have cupping as well. It’s quite pleasant, it’s different from hot
stone massage, but you’ll probably find it quite an enjoyable experience. So that’s my two takes on, the one on the
bee venom, and the one on the cupping. Thanks for tuning in. Click on the link below if you want my candida
report. Thank you.

How Do I Know If I Have A Yeast Infection


Today I would like to answer a question that
I frequently get asked. How do I know if I have a yeast infection? Well, there are many ways I can answer this
question. One of the most intelligent ways to answer it is to say, let’s just see if
there are any particular causes which could have contributed to your yeast infection in
the first place. I think that’s quite a smart move. So let’s have a look. Have you taken an antibiotic in the past several
years or recurrent rounds of antibiotics? Have you been on the oral contraceptive pill
for any prolonged period of time? Do you have cravings for sugar? Have you had any other
medications? Have you been on any steroid based drugs like prednisone or cortisone for
a while or perhaps inhaled steroids for asthma? They’re called preventatives. These are all
quite pertinent questions. Do you feel worse in a damp surrounding? Perhaps you live in
a moldy sort of environment. Does it make you cough or wheeze? These are all important
questions to ask, you know, if you have a yeast infection. Look at the signs and symptoms of yeast infection.
Can you relate to any of these? Do you have any aches or pains in the body? Any digestive
problems? Fogginess in the head? Do you have any toenail fungus or jock itch or vaginal
thrush? That’s how you’re going to know if you’ve got a yeast infection. If you go to yeastinfection.org, you can see
a lot of the common signs and symptoms on one of my pages there. There’s a very comprehensive
page I’ve written about the signs and symptoms of yeast infection. But probably one of the
most intelligent things you can do is to go to my quiz on CandidaCrusher.com. Very, very
good quiz you will find online. In fact, it’s the world’s best online Candida quiz. So by
going there and you can just follow the 20 odd screens for man, woman or child and just
go through the screens and you’re going to find out whether there’s a low probability,
moderate or high probability that you’ve got a yeast infection. It took a long time for me to put this quiz
together and many, many thousands of people now have done this quiz. I’ve had some incredibly
good feedback, so that’s a very smart way to find out if you’ve got a yeast infection. One of the best anti-fungal products you’ll
find anywhere in the world is called Canxida. It took me six months to develop Canxida and
I’m very proud of it, and it’s now being taken up by quite a few people. We’ve had incredibly
good feedback from Canxida. It’s unlike any other product you’ll find of its kind on the
market. It’s sustained release and contains 11 of the best ingredients in it. So thank
you everybody for your exceptional feedback for Canxida. So don’t forget, if you really want to know
if you’ve got a yeast infection, go to CandidaCrusher.com and please complete my online quiz. That’s
how you’re going to find out if you’ve got Candida or not. Thank you for your attention.

Where Can You Get A Yeast Infection On Your Body?

Where Can You Get A Yeast Infection On Your Body?


Greetings! Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand,
author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the CanXida range of supplements. Thank you again as usual for checking out
my video. A question I get asked regularly from people
is: “Where can you get a yeast infection on your body?” Many GP, medical doctor friends of mine think
this is all a load of crap. They only think that women get yeast infections. They don’t really believe much in the whole
Candida word, but you can get a yeast infection anywhere on your body, anywhere in fact. But, in saying that, Candida prefers the areas
where people often experience this the most. The private areas. The personal areas. The groin area. Vaginal area is very common. In fact, up to 75 percent of women during
their life will probably experience one yeast infection if not more. Up to 50 percent of men may experience a yeast
infection involving the inner thigh, the groin and around the penis area. The scrotum. It’s not that uncommon. Also, a huge amount of people will experience
during their lifetime a fungal nail yeast infection. These are all areas as you can see that tend
to be concealed. They tend to be warm. They tend to be dark. These are the perfect places for a yeast infection
to hide out. They find food there. They find shelter there. They find comfort and warmth there. They’re not going to find a lot of comfort
on your forehead, are they? You’re not going to get a yeast infection
right across here. You’re not going to get a yeast infection
on the tip of your nose. You could get ringworm, which is a type of
yeast infection, and that can happen on your arms, on your torso, on different parts of
the body. Depending on your susceptibility of course. So, yeasts can also be tiny little spots I’ve
seen with people who spend a bit of time at the beach when they go surfing for example. People who wear wetsuits a lot have wet damp
skin quite often. They can also get yeast infection on the skin,
the peripheral areas. Where can you get a yeast infection on your
body? We’ve already talked in plenty of other videos
where you can get it inside your body, particularly the digestive system. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that
you’ve got a systemic yeast infection, because if you did, you’d probably wouldn’t be looking
at this video now unless it was from a hospital bed. You’d be in intensive care or in the ER room
if you’ve got systemic yeast infection. If you think you’ve got an internal yeast
infection, it’s probably going to be in your digestive system, especially the small or
large intestine. But if you think you may have one on the exterior
of the body, and you’re a female, there’s a big change it may be a vaginal yeast infection. If you’re male, it could be a groin issue,
could be jock itch or something like that. It could be any age, and it could also be
a toenail problem in particular. Babies of course. Diaper rash is another form of a yeast infection
on the body. So I hope that answers the question about
where the yeast infection can be on the bod5y. Thanks for tuning in. Click on the link below if you haven’t got
my report, and please subscribe. Thank you for tuning in.

Can You Have A Yeast Infection Without Discharge?

Can You Have A Yeast Infection Without Discharge?


Greetings. Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher and the creator
and formulator of the CanXida range of products. I’m talking to you from Las Vegas today. Having a great time here in Las Vegas. Awesome. We’re going to talk today about vaginal yeast
infections. Can you have a vaginal yeast infection without
a discharge? You sure can. This has occurred many times in clients I’ve
seen for a long period of time. I’ve worked with thousands of women over a
long period of time with vaginal yeast infections. In fact, it’s quite interesting when I go
up to Auckland in New Zealand on conferences and some of the doctors up there see me. Some of the more stupid doctors make all these
snide comments about my interest in women’s yeast infections, but my reply to that is
�It doesn’t matter. I’m getting really good results with many
women and I’m getting so many grateful emails and comments from people that have had these
infections for sometimes 20 years and we can get rid of them sometimes in three to six
months entirely.� It’s totally possible to completely get rid of a vaginal yeast infection
and to never get it back, but there are certain steps that you need to take, so please watch
my other videos on that. Some vaginal yeast infections involve certain
types of Candida. I deal with about 18 to 19 types of Candida
in my clinic. There’s a whole list of ones I commonly see. Some of the more common ones are Candida Albicans,
Candida glabrata, Candida tropicalis, Candida parapsilosis. I mean, the list goes on and on. Some of the more severe vaginal yeast infections
I see are Candida glabrata. I’ve seen some really bad. And often they involve itch and discharge. To me, it’s 50/50. A vaginal yeast infection can have discharge
or it cannot have a discharge. To answer that question for scientifically,
in my opinion, it also depends on estrogen a lot, on the woman’s menstrual cycle and
her hormones. Many women get bad yeast infections before
the period as estrogen starts to climb. I believe that the more toxic the liver is,
the more difficult it is to break estrogen down. The high estrogen spikes, the more disordered
the cycle is, the more likely she’s going to have a bad discharge. Healthy women tend to have a thinner discharge
and more easy to manage. These women tend to have much better regular
cycles. Woman that are quite large tend to bleed more. Women that are quite skinny tend to bleed
less. Woman that are large tend to have more estrogen
dominance also. Particularly, if they like alcohol and sugar
and fats in their diet. I believe a big part of this equation is detoxification
and great liver health and improving your menstrual cycle, which will improve the discharge
regardless whether you’ve got a yeast infection or not. But the Candida can exacerbate this really
bad. If you’ve got a vaginal yeast infection with
discharge, please consider Candida Crusher, the book I’ve written, and please also take
a look at CanXida formulations, the CanXida Remove, Restore and Rebuild. That formula has been out since 2013. We’ve worked on thousands of women. We’ve had outstanding results in this area. It’s an area I’m quite well known globally
for. Thanks for tuning in and I hope you got something
out of this video. Thank you.

The Ant Team Q&A

The Ant Team Q&A


Hi everybody we are The Ant Team
I’m Mattia I’m Angelo and I’m Michela In the project we have a different task
Angelo is in charge of the firmware and electronics
Mattia is in charge of mechanics and electronics as well and I manage the
events and social media we want to say thanks to all the subscribers, to Thomas
for his interview and to anybody who visited us at Make Munich after the
interview we received a lot of questions and requests about the project but we
don’t have time to answer to each one so we have decided to make this video
now we will try to answer the most frequently asked a question hi everybody we are the Ant Team (x2) “Why are you doing one (beat), then 3, then 1??” “I am doing the editing.” “He is waiting for the third…” “Are you waiting 3 (beats)?” “Yes, I was like, 1,2,3…1…” “We want to say thanks to each one of you…eeehmmm” “One thing…” Bom, bom bom [music] thanks for your messages for your support
and keep following us we hope to see some of you in Torino, bye guys

Recurring Vaginal Yeast Infection and Boric Acid

Recurring Vaginal Yeast Infection and Boric Acid


Greetings. Eric Bakker from New Zealand, the naturopath
from way down under in New Zealand. Thanks for coming back and looking at my video. I’ve got a question here from a subscriber,
Joelle [Arosha 00:00:11]. So Joelle Arosha was saying, “Hi Eric. I’ve had recurring vaginal yeast infections
after taking antibiotics for a UTI. I just purchased your candida three pack,
and I’ve changed up my diet per your book Candida Crusher. Should I request Borax pills from my doctor
in addition to this for best results? I would really appreciate a response. Thank you so much.” Okay Joelle let’s talk about the vaginal yeast
infection and what you can do. So Chapter five in my book gives you a lot
of really good ideas on how to work on a vaginal yeast infection. There are many different products you can
use for vaginal infection. Vitanica is a company, which is put together
by Dr. Tori Hudson, very respected naturopath in the U.S. with a very big interest in women’s
health, and she brings out some beautiful borax suppositories you can use. I think they’re called Yeast Arrest from Vitanica,
with a V. Also you can use boric acid, I’ve written
about that in my book. So get yourself some size double O or 00 capsules. You can buy them at the health food shop or
online, and buy yourself about maybe four or six ounces of pharmaceutical grade boric
acid powder. So boric acid powder looks like, and it’s
not what you’re thinking. Okay. It looks like good stuff doesn’t it? That’s not from Columbia, all right? So it’s not what you think it is. That’s boric acid powder. So boric acid powder is extremely sanitary. It’s fantastic for vaginal issues. All you do is, you just fill up the capsules
with the powder, okay and put them in an old container, make sure you label it well and
keep it away from kids of course. And the best way to take the boric acid powder,
Joelle, in capsules is probably about a week leading up to your cycle. So work at when the vaginal irritation is
at it’s worst. And for many women it will be two or three
days leading up to the period, so just before the period the itching can get really bad,
or the discharge, or the problem. But for you it could be after the cycle or
it could be at specific stages, so try and work out when you actually get the problem,
and then insert vaginally those boric acid capsules. You’re going to start with, say two capsules
and leave them in overnight, and with experience you can use up to five or six capsules. Wear a pad of course, and in the morning give
it a bit of a clean out with a little bit of apple cider vinegar in some tepid water. A turkey baster with a soft silicone tip works
quite well for douching. That works very well indeed. So I’ve worked with, I would say easily, well
over 1,000 women now with this problem just in the last few years alone. And in most cases, this can be completely
cleared up within two to three menstrual cycles, you can wipe out bad vaginal problem. This is how you do it. You work on it vaginally, but at the same
time you work on the diet and lifestyle. There’s no point in drinking, having a bottle
of chardonnay, you know, and then a pizza for dinner and expecting not to get a vaginal
problem. Alcohol is the number one thing you’ve got
to stop. Even once per month, it’s just got to stop
if you’ve got a vaginal infection. The same goes if you’ve got … if you’re
a man watching this, if you’ve got a groin yeast kind of problem, you must stop the alcohol. So alcohol has got to be stopped. Please follow the Candida Crusher diet approach
and also take the CanXida tablets and the capsules at the same time. So follow the CanXida protocol. You can watch my other CanXida videos Joelle,
where I explain about how to take the CanXida. Normally with a vaginal infection you would
take the CanXida Remove at the rate of breakfast, lunch and dinner. CanXida Restore, you’re going to take with
breakfast, and with dinner. And with CanXida Rebuild, you’re going to
take one, twice a day. So I recommend you stay on that protocol for
about a good three months. At the same time, you’re doing the diet, and
then you’re also using the boric acid capsules. Capsules don’t need to be taken continually,
the boric acid ones. You just take them with the aggravation, and
preferably several days leading up to the irritation or aggravation. So if you repeat that vaginal treatment in
cycles, and maintain a diet and life style for six to 12 months, you’re going to clear
this thing up entirely. It’s going to work very well. If you’re on birth control, that could definitely
have a negative effect, so if possible, you may want to look at other ways of birth control
and stop taking the pill, because that can influence the vaginal infection quite a lot
too. And if you’re in a relationship, you want
to make sure that you don’t pass this problem from one person and then back again. So you’ll need to take that into account and
use good hygiene as well. And look at my other videos I’ve done on vaginal
yeast infection. There’s quite a few of them, but the CanXida
products work beautifully when combined with the lifestyle I recommend in my book, a diet,
and the boric acid capsules. That whole protocol is super, super powerful,
and you will definitely wipe out the problem, I’ve got no doubt. So thanks for putting the question to me,
and I hope that was a satisfactory reply. Thank you.

The Hairdresser with a Yeast Infection

The Hairdresser with a Yeast Infection


Greetings. I’ve got a interesting email here, a question
from Anilla, Anilla the hairdresser. Hello Eric. Thank you so much for your priceless videos. They’ve really helped me a lot. I’ve gotta ask you a question. I have a vaginal thrush. I work in a hair salon, and during the fall
season have allergies on chemicals. Can breathing in chemicals be the cause of
developing candida? No, not necessarily, but breathing in the
chemicals can cause a lot of different problems for your body, so it’s best that you work
in a salon now where they don’t use a lot of these toxic chemicals any more for like
perms, dyes, and bleaches, and stuff like that. Many salons now are looking at more natural
ways of hair and beauty care, so my recommendation is to certainly look down that pathway, you
know, to try and get away from chemicals. I’ve seen several hairdressers over the years
with all kind of dermatitis on their skin, and neck problems, and back problems, all
from standing for hours and poor postures. So yeah, be careful. Th yeast infection can be fixed up Anilla. You need to look at some of my videos on women’s
yeast infections where I talk about boric acid. I just did a video before on the three types
of cleansing phases for vaginal thrush, you know, how you start off there really with
a bit of Manuka honey, or if you can’t get that, you could also try some colloidal silver
or some tea tree oil suppositories. Then I talk about apple cider vinegar for
cleansing and rinsing, and then yogurt for the soothing and cooling application at the
end. But boric acid works exceptionally well for
cleansing that whole vaginal area and for just really making sure there’s no bacteria
or yeast in there. It just cleans it right up. The chemicals themselves won’t really help
you develop candida, but they can create a big weakness for the immune system, but you
need to be careful. You need to be careful because if you’re reacting
to chemicals now, you could slowly lead into MCS or multiple chemical sensitivity. So I’d recommend that you maybe take a break
from that salon, and go and work somewhere else, or do something differently so you don’t
build up a powerful resistance to these chemicals. If you do get really sick like that, your
immune system is gonna get increasingly weak, and then you’ll be much more vulnerable to
not just candida, but a whole raft of different potential problems. So yeah, be careful of the chemicals. That’s my recommendation. And check out my videos on women’s yeast infections. Thanks for question.

10 Signs You May Have A Parasite Infection


Greetings! Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher and formulator of
the CanXida range of dietary supplements. Thank you so much for checking out my video. Today, I’m going to talk about the 10 signs
that you may have a parasite infection. People often freak out when they hear the
word parasite. They think it’s like Godzilla or something
out of Star Wars or some huge creature with hooks and stuff. Something that gets inside you and is ripping
your intestines apart. Huge worms crawling through your guts and
coming out your bum and all this kind of stuff. That’s not parasites, that’s some science
fiction movie you’re thinking about. Forget about it. Parasites – usually you can’t even see the
darn things they’re so small. A parasite is basically an organism that feeds
off of another organism. I’ve got four teenagers; well, they’re grown
up now and you could almost consider them parasites because they feed off the adults. Come into the home during the holidays and
raid the fridge and they�re gone, but they’re not really parasites. Some people consider politicians to be parasites
because they take and take and give nothing back. No, that�s not parasites. The parasites I’m referring to are basically
microorganisms. Many people equate parasites with worms, like
hookworms and pinworms and tapeworms and things like that. People have emailed me over the years: “I’ve
seen this huge big white thing coming out of my stool wriggling around in the toilet
bowl. Is it a worm of some sort?” Those things don’t happen to people usually. You can get tapeworms, pinworms, and hookworms,
but you’re not going to pass motions and see creatures doing freestyle in the toilet bowl. These things are just fantasy land. They don’t really happen. Seeing stuff in the stool usually means undigested
food particles. Some people literally eat their dinner like
a German Shepherd would eat its food. Gone. Three or four bites, they swallow it and it’s
gone. They don�t even chew food. Remember, if you can’t chew properly, you
can’t poo properly. The other saying, I really like I heard when
I was in the States years ago was: Small stools, big hospitals; big stools, small hospitals. So people who poo properly are the ones who
chew properly. Parasites can happen, and they do happen to
a lot of people. But please take it out of your mind that all
sorts of particles in your stool are probably going to be parasites because there’s a big
chance that they’re probably undigested food particles. I’ve just spent a little bit of time on the
internet looking at Dr. Google again, looking at different blog sites on parasites and one
prominent person (he was talking about worms and stuff like that, and normally you can
feel and see parasites, but that’s actually not true). In fact, most parasitic infections you can’t
see with the eye at all. You need a microscope to see it. They’re so miniscule and even then it’s hard
to detect with a microscope. Sometimes you need DNA technology to determine
if there’s a parasite in the stool or not. This is how many doctors actually miss out
on parasites. Conventional stool testing, in my opinion,
is a waste of time for parasites. Usually they need a live parasite to find
it, to see it moving across the slide. They don’t use what we call PCR technology. PCR means Polymerase Chain Reaction. PCR is a special DNA technique where they
can actually see the DNA footprint of the parasite. It’s quite a high tech way of finding a bug
in someone’s stool, whether it’s dead or alive, whether there’s an egg there or part of the
parasite, it can be picked up accurately. Blastocystis is a very common parasite I see
in people. You can’t see it with the naked eye. It’s passed from human to human quite quickly. Pets often give it to people – cows, chickens,
domestic animals, pigs. It’s easily transferred to humans. Humans easily transfer it to other humans. So how do you get these bugs? Well, international travel used to be the
big thing with parasites, but I’m sorry to tell you, but the chances that you’ve got
a parasite are quite high these days. Many people have got Blastocystis. An amazing amount of stool samples I see I
can pick them up. Can you feel parasites? What are the common things that you would
experience with parasites? How do you know you’ve got these things? What are the signs? One of the most common things we look for
naturally is a bowel function disorder, a change in bowel pattern. I’m going to go some of these 10 signs and
symptoms now and elaborate on them a little bit for you. Having unexplained constipation or diarrhea,
gas or symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. IBS is a big chance if your bowel has been
playing up for a while. My question to you is: Try and work out when
it started and backtrack. Were you traveling? Were you camping? Were you glamping? Have you heard of glamping? That’s apparently the fashion these days. It’s camping in style. Think about that. Did you go away for a weekend somewhere? What did you do? Can you remember a particular incident where
you went to a party or something and you didn’t feel well after? That could have been the beginning of the
IBS. The important thing is to work out who you
were with, because they may have had something at that time too. You travel internationally? Maybe you got diarrhea when you were overseas
and saw a doctor over there? This is a classic sign of parasite problems. We get a lot of that in New Zealand. People going to the islands here. Fiji, Rarotonga and those sorts of places. If you were in the U.S., it might have been
the Caribbean or Central America. In Europe, you may have gone to the Canary
Islands. You may have a history of what we call a dodgy
stomach. Stomach�s not good. Foods don’t really sit with you. You may have a history of food poisoning,
for example. Went to a party or wedding. One of my patients recently went on a plane
and she ate a chicken sandwich and by the time she got off, she was running to the toilet. She knew what was going on there. Sometimes sleeping disturbances or a really
strange change in sleeping pattern can give you an idea that you could have a bug going
on internally, so that might need checking out. A classic one is skin irritations. Many people with parasites develop itchy skin
or flare-ups on the inner thigh or on the upper arms or around the neck or parts of
the face. In that case, if it’s persistent, definitely
get a blood test and stool test done to check for parasites and also for kidney and liver
function. Pharmaceutical medications can cause that,
too. You need to really differentiate there. Grinding teeth in sleep. It’s a classic with children with worms. Lots of kids grind their teeth in sleep. Boring the finger in the nose and itchy bum. Grinding the teeth. These are all signs of roundworm infections. Kids are easily treated for worm infections. Aches in muscles or joints, especially in
conjunction with skin irritations. This could also be a clear indication of a
parasite problem. Aching in the body. Experiencing feelings of apathy or exhaustion,
depression, especially in conjunction with travel and a change in the bowel pattern. Try and put two or three of these things together
to see. The more you’ve got, the higher incidents
or probability that it’s a parasite. You’ve been diagnosed with iron deficient
anemia. There are certain types of parasites and bacteria
that like to eat iron in the gut. They gobble them up. So, if you’ve got persistent low iron and
it’s unexplained, definitely get a stool test done, a comprehensive. You never feel full or satisfied after any
kind of food you’ve eaten. Sometimes if you’ve got worm infections, the
worm needs food and you need food. You can eat and the parasites will eat alongside
you. You experience fatigue. Tiredness is a big one with parasites. Have you recently become tired after traveling? Have you been on a weekend excursion with
people, got a bowel change, got fatigue, itchy skin or things like that? If in doubt, my solution is get a comprehensive
stool test done. A CDSA times three. Three stool samples tested independently. Three concurrent days the samples taken. Goes to a specialty lab. You can get this done by your physician or
I can help you out if you need a steer in the right direction. Then treatment. Parasites respond beautifully to natural medicine
treatment. In fact, they respond better than pharmaceutical
medications in my opinion because good natural medicines do not eradicate beneficial bacteria. I can’t tell you how many people I’ve seen
over the years – hundreds, if not thousands. of people who’ve had a parasite, went down
the medical route, and in some cases got triple therapy by clinics like the Center for Digestive
Diseases in Sydney, Australia for example. Got put on drugs. Secnidazole, trimethoprim, diloxanide and
drugs like that, metronidazole and then ended up getting a partial result and then getting
sick again. I haven’t seen this once, I haven’t seen this
twice, I haven’t seen this three times, I’ve seen it hundreds of times. My advice to you first is to go for the natural
treatment first. If you do it properly in conjunction with
diet and some lifestyle changes and some dietary supplements, you should get a good result. If you don’t, then my advice would be to check
out why you’re not responding. Are you staying up too late? Are you working too long? Are you drinking a few beers or wines on the
side trying to kill these bugs? You’ve got to play the game right if you want
to win the game. Believe me, I’ve worked with a lot of people
with parasites over the years. You can get an outstanding result with the
right kind of treatment. Check out some of my other videos where I
talk about Blastocystis and other parasites. You’ll learn a lot more from that kind of
information. Check out my CanXida range of dietary supplements
because they were produced by me not just for yeast infection but also to target parasites. Many different types of parasites. How do I know they work? Because of the constant feedback I’m getting
from patients and from people through this YouTube channel and through other means online,
which is really cool. Of course, we always get certain people who
don’t respond to natural medicines, and in that case, we look at pharmaceutical intervention. But why would you want to use a nuclear bomb
when you can get rid of a target with a handgun first? Make sense? Less collateral damage. I hope you learned a little bit about parasites
through this video. The common signs, let’s just quickly go over
them again. Change in bowel pattern, fatigue/tiredness,
itchy skin, aches or muscle problems, especially unexplained, teeth grinding, especially for
younger people and children, sleeping issues, travel, (been to a BBQ or you’ve been to a
wedding and you had some dodgy food, got a bit sick or you didn’t feel quite right after
a meal out at a cheap restaurant or something). Think about that. It could have been that. Those are the sort of things I want you to
think about when it comes to the typical signs of a parasite. So, time to say goodbye. Please click on the link below if you haven’t
already got my free report, and thanks for tuning in.

How To Use Pau D’arco For Vaginal Yeast Infection

How To Use Pau D’arco For Vaginal Yeast Infection


Greetings. Naturopath, Eric Bakker, from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher. Thanks for tuning in. We’re going to talk about the use of Pau D’arco
with vaginal yeast infection. I really like Pau D’arco. I think it’s one of the best herbs, probably
the best herb to use for yeast infections. You can drink it internally as a tea. You can take it internally in a dietary supplement
like in my Canxida Remove product. I’ve put a very high grade 4 to 1, so it’s
a very potent Pau D’arco extract in my tablet along with other things. And you can also use it very effectively for
a nail fungal bath, which I’ll do another video about. And you can also use it very effectively for
vaginal yeast infection, for thrush or vaginal infection. How do you do that? Well, make sure that you buy a very high grade
product, so you might want to do some Google searching. You might want to talk to a very reputable
herbal supplier and you need to get something with a two to four percent content. It is called Lapachol. Lapachol is the active ingredient in this,
so it’s got to be between two, four or five percent content of this lapachol. A lot of inferior or cheap crappy products
that you’re going to buy are simply not really strong enough to give you the effect that
we’re going to talk about today. So what you’re going to do is you’re going
to get about one tablespoon of this bark or you might be able to get a fine powder. You can also sometimes get Pau D’arco in capsules,
high grade capsules. In that case, you’re going to open up enough
capsules to fill up one level tablespoon and then you’re going to place that in a saucepan
and you’re going to put in about 600 mils, which is about a pint, of water, cold water. Use a good quality water. Don’t just go to the tap and just use some
tap or get it out of the toilet. Make sure it’s bottled or it’s filtered or
it’s a quality water. Cold. Bring it to the rolling boil and then turn
it right down to the lowest setting and cover it with a lid until it’s simmering for about
half an hour. Let it simmer, simmer, simmer. I want it to reduce down a little bit from
one pint maybe to about 400 mils. We’re going to make a slightly stronger brew
than we would if we were making a tea. Once you’ve made this, you’re going to basically
let it cool down until it’s tepid. You soak a tampon in it and you insert the
tampon and leave it in overnight. You can do that nightly tampon treatment very
effectively leading right up until your menstrual cycle. If you’ve got very bad vaginal thrush or recurring
and have had it for many, many years and it’s resistant to fluconazole and different creams
or applicators you’ve used, it’s just not going anywhere. Then you can still use Pau D’arco tampon treatment,
but I want you to use the boric acid capsule treatment more advantageously three to four
days before your period. As estrogen builds, the thrush usually gets
worse. This is when you want to use the boric acid. After your period, do for four or five days
the tampon Pau D’arco treatment very effectively. Both of those treatments work together. Have a think about the Pau D’arco tampon treatment
because it works most effectively for so many women, especially good if you’ve got mild
to moderate yeast infection. Not like a serious problem. It can be used if you’re nursing. It’s very effective to use at many different
times. Have a think about it. You can use the capsules if they’re high grade
if you can’t get the tea. Otherwise, use the tea. Thanks for tuning into my video. Don’t forget to click on the link below if
you haven’t gotten my free Candida report. Thank you so much.