Nutrition Month

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Vaginal Maintainence, Chronic Yeast, Bacterial Vaginosis, HPV

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Most women suffer from minor vaginal infections at some time in their life.
Symptoms can include chronic vaginal discharge, which may have an unpleasant odor, itch, or painful intercourse. Yeast, bacterial vaginosis, and HPV can be there together or separately. Bladder infections can occur…with bacteria that may be found in the vagina. These are often treated with antibiotics, leading to further disturbances in the vaginal flora. This causes dryness, discomfort, and odor.

Using nutraceuticals (natural food, herbal or chemical products) can relieve these symptoms allowing you to be more comfortable and productive.

A factor leading to growth of unfriendly organisms is douching with feminine hygiene products. These products can change both the both the acid-base balance (pH) of the vagina as well as remove the protective mucus in the vagina. Both factors can lead to greater irritation and promote the growth of bacteria and yeast. I recommend that women not douche at all.

Many women treat themselves for yeast infections with over the counter antifungal agents when they assume that they have an infection (frequently they don't even have yeast, but are irritated by another organism). This treatment may alter the content of the normal vaginal flora by destroying lactobacillus, the predominant normal vaginal bacteria.

Sexibalm is naturally soothing, prepared with a base derived from coconut and palm oils.  Coconut contains capric/caprylic acid and lauric acid both of which have antiviral, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties.


I created the balm to address many of these complaints as I realize that for many people, it is frustrating to just do nothing and wait.

It is one product that addresses many issues:

Sexual health- coconut oil is a good lubricant
Bacterial Vaginosis- lavender oil is a good deodorizer
HPV support- tea tree, green tea, help manage bacteria and viruses
Yeast infection- tea tree and coconut have antifungal activity
E. coli or (Group Beta Strep) GBS in the vagina– can enter urethra & cause UTI’s.
Vaginal dryness-coconut oil lubrication aid and promotes good skin hydration
Vaginal Health- lactobacillus is found in a healthy vagina
Vaginal deodorizer- pleasant smelling, made with natural ingredients
Vaginal rash and Skin rash- take advantage of the anti-bacterial and anti-fungal power of coconut oil, which treats skin irritations. Just place on affected skin because sometimes the irritation on the outside is as bothersome as the inside. If you suffer from frequent boils, use this regularly on the skin to battle bacteria. If you get boils under your armpits, or in the pubic area, use there also.



I can recommend a few other things to do for vaginal discomforts:

1. You SHOULD starve yeast from their food source -which is sugar and simple carbs - and I mean ALL of it. I also suggest limiting the following: alcohol, vinegar (which is in everything), caffeine, all yeasted products, and all fungus products (mushrooms). Eat high protein, healthy fat, nuts and seeds and tons of veggies. Keep your carb servings focused on complex carbs (brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat, millet, etc.).

2- Use herbs to kill off the yeast- there are many great remedies out there, contact you local herbalist, or try my Octocleanse Herbal Parasite and Yeast Detox, which contains pau d' arco, grapefruit extract and garlic.

3- Replace your damaged flora with healthy probiotics. The function of probiotics is to perform the work that your normal gut is supposed to do while your normal flora is working on re-colonizing. Vitagreen has lactobacillus

4- Stabilize your pH, abnormal organisms thrive on an abnormal pH.  Vitagreen contains wheat grass and alkalinizing green vegetables like spinach and kale to keep your pH on track.


Sexibalm is designed for the purpose of relieving vaginal pruritis (inflammatory conditions), and reducing the recurrence of vaginal infections.

Sexibalm is my own special proprietary blend. I use a coconut oil base, which is impregnated with tea tree and lavender oil.

It slowly melts at body temperature when inserted into the vagina. It is well absorbed, decreasing leakage. Keep refrigerated until use.


If you think your husband is re-infecting you,  apply Sexibalm directly to his genitals. Rinsing after 20 minutes is optional.

For female use, for best results apply at night when supine, so it goes toward your cervix and not your underwear. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
To be used by females 13 or older. Use nightly for 3-14 days for acute infections. For chronic or chronic recurring infections, use nightly for 2-4 weeks.

Prevention: Use daily, at bedtime, during menses, for four consecutive months. Use with panty liner.

For anal irritation, this product may be used rectally. Non-laxative.

The statements and products referred to throughout this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition. If you have a health condition or concern, consult a physician or your alternative health care provider. Always consult a medical doctor before modifying your diet, using any new product, drug, or supplement.

7 comments:

  1. I thought I had yeast infection and self-medicated myself with one of those over the counter yeast infection treatment things and burned myself because I was seriously irritated. Doctor thinks I'm in beginning menopause -- I'm year older than you but had hysterectomy (kept ovaries)three years ago. I'm getting real dry down there now and have to sometimes use some prescription vaginal creme.

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  2. Many people who have yeast infections really have bacterial vaginosis... your provider can help you see if this is the case.

    People going through menopause also experience dryness that can be confused with a yeast infection.

    Someone would need to evaluate you to know for sure.

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  3. It's great knowing that there is a physician that believes in holistic care.

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  4. May I use these inserts for vaginal dryness? How often would I use them. I am so desperate. I can't use any estrogen, bioidentical or synthetic because estrogen causes my hair to fall out and it causes chronic yeast issues which I am always fighting.

    Thank you.

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  5. These are great for vaginal dryness. Coconut oil is great for lubrication. Also, the tea tree and lavender oils have great anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. You would use them as needed for dryness. There is no limit on how often one could use them with one exception... people trying to get pregnant. I would suggest they only use them around their cycle and not near ovulation time, as I do not know the effects of the essential oils on sperm.

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  6. They have a nucleus, that contains genes, genes which are made up of DNA, and DNA replication helps in production of new bacterial cells. Bacteria are found in and on the human body.
    Bacterial Vaginosis Treatment

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  7. These are great for both yeast and bacterial vaginosis for a vaginal solution.
    To help the body kill organisms and balance pH, people have found improvement in their symptoms with the Octocleanse and Green Cell Therapy detox.

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