Wash-based and natural remedies to speed recovery for venereal vaginitis.
The treatment of this sexually transmitted disease has to be prescribed by the doctor since there is no natural treatment to cure Trichomoniasis. But you can find support in some natural wash-based remedies in the area.
Use as antiseptic herbs for washing: purple echinacea, St. John’s wort, hydras, and fresh plantain. Make a liter of infusion with these medicinal plants and wash the area. Emollient herbs can be added to help recover the tissues, such as comfrey or calendula leaf, which is also an emollient, a disinfectant.
Food supplements for Trichomoniasis.
Add vitamin A, C and Zinc to the diet, since they will boost the immune system weakened by the venereal vaginitis parasite:
- Vitamin A: Vitamin A, in addition to being a great antioxidant, is essential for the proper functioning of the immune system. It also has the quality of being antibacterial and regenerating the body. Foods rich in vitamin A: Strawberry, banana, pineapple, pear, pumpkin, carrot, tomato, etc.
- Vitamin C: Vitamin C is the other excellent antioxidant that is reinforced with vitamin A, complementing it in immune strengthening. Foods rich in vitamin C: Citrus, mango, strawberry, grape, pepper, radish, pea, bean, soy, etc.
- Zinc: Zinc compensates and invigorates the immune system and helps to synthesize vitamin A in the body. Food is rich in zinc: Celery, eggplant, potato, cashew, peanut, papaya, etc.
Our advice. We recommend having a medical analysis if you suspect you have contracted Trichomoniasis or venereal vaginitis. Don’t diagnose yourself by what you can read in this or any article on the Internet. Therefore, follow the treatment indicated by the doctor and then rely on the alternatives with his permission.