Kill Fungus using Integrative Medicine

Most of the anti-fungal pharmaceuticals offered today are poisonous.  However, there are many anti-fungal essential oils and spices that are much safer to use.   Incorporating these simple and low cost solutions into your diffuser or daily diet could save your liver from the pharmaceutical that would poison your liver.  Most essential oils are not edible by mouth and can only be used topically on the skin. There are many fungus related diseases that modern medicine cannot fight, but you could incorporate safe anti-fungal spices into your daily diet to help your body fight the fungus related diseases like Valley Fever.


Make sure you are not allergic prior to using any of these ingredients or oils.

Spices that Kill Fungus:


Make sure you are not allergic to any essential oil prior to using it.  Most essential oils cannot be consumed by mouth.
Essential Oils that Kill Fungus (do not consume topical on the skin only):
  • Turmeric powder mixed with Coconut Oil (topical)
  • Turmeric Oil (topical)
  • Rosemary Oil (mix 1 drop of Rosemary oil to 3 drops olive oil to prevent irritation when applied topically)
  • Oregano Oil (1 drop mixed oregano oil mixed with 1 drop olive oil and add this mixture to warm green tea or can be applied topically.)
  • Eucalyptus Oil (Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)
  • Lavender Oil (topical, Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)
  • Sweet Orange Oil (topical, Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)
  • Thyme Oil
  • Clove Oil
  • Cinnamon Oil (topical, Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)
  • Lemon Grass Oil (topical, Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)
  • Tea Tree Oil    (topical, Can be used with Diffuser or Humidifier)



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