Are Tea Tree Suppositories effective in treating yeast infections and/or vaginitis? Are they safe?

August 8th, 2011 by Emily
treating yeast infections
by mauroguanandi

Question: Are Tea Tree Suppositories effective in treating yeast infections and/or vaginitis? Are they safe?
I heard that tea tree suppositories are a good herbal cure for yeast infections and/or vaginitis.

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Answer by mighty_power7
just use monistat 3,5 or 7. monistat 3 worked for me! and my physician stated not to use the monistat 1-day, so i used the 3-day and it worked.

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2 Comments on “Are Tea Tree Suppositories effective in treating yeast infections and/or vaginitis? Are they safe?”

  1. maddogs3 says:

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  2. Kiki_Potamus_the_Hobo says:

    Tea tree oil undiluted is too strong. Yes, tea tree oil has antifungal properties, as do garlic, oregano oil, grapefruit seed extract, lavender, peppermint oil and many other herbs.

    I highly recommend you consult a naturopath before making your own home cures. Sometimes yeast infections can be chronic, coming back your whole life due to childhood over-use of antibiotics, etc.

    A naturopath can help you make dietary changes that, together with suppositories, will clear up your yeast once and for all.

    Kelly

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