Bacterial vaginosis is a chronically inflamed vagina, usually caused by bacteria.
Inflammation is a burning sensation that results from acute acidosis. Inflammatory symptoms include redness (rubor), heat (calor), swelling (tumor), and pain (dolor), accompanied by loss of function.
The vagina is inflamed due to excess acid (acidosis). Basically, the vagina has become too acidic. When the tissues become inflamed due to acidosis, the body's innate healing mechanisms produce mucus to protect the internal skin (mucous membranes), but in most cases due to the severity of the inflammation (acidosis), the body produces too much mucus and so the excess mucus becomes a problem. In order to get rid of some of this mucus, the vagina discharges it, hence the vaginal discharge.
Bacterial vaginosis is caused by a disruption of vaginal ecology due to acidity, toxicity, and anaerobia. The negative bacteria flourish and consequently outnumber the good bacteria.
The negative bacteria flourish more and more as the ecology of the vagina becomes more acidic, and the more acidic the vagina becomes, the more inflamed the vagina becomes and thus the more mucus is produced which eventually leads to vaginal discharge.
The odor is a combination of toxicity, old vagina debris, and bacterium. The fouler the odor, the more the message conveyed by the vagina that the vagina is greatly acidic and toxic.
Natural Healing Solutions
A sufferer of bacterial vaginosis should fast for a day or two, followed by modifying the diet (raw foods provisionally and then after relief or healing, subsequently strict vegan). Vegetable juice should be consumed daily and should contain parsley, cilantro, garlic, and ginger in addition to other green veggies.
Drink plenty of water and make sure to add liquid oxygen drops and/or liquid chlorophyll.
Do not wear tight clothing. Tight clothing, especially tight pants, chokes the vagina and prevents it from breathing. The vagina is a breathing orifice by nature and needs oxygen. Lack of oxygen causes anaerobia.
Bathe daily in hot water, seas salt (1-2 boxes), essential oils of Tea Tree, Ravensare, Manuka, Leleshwa, Thyme, and Cedar wood. Thyme and Cedar wood greatly counteract itching
if you choose to douche, the solution should be all herbal and consisting of the following herbs: Red Raspberry Leaf, Thyme, Goldenseal, Echinacea, White Oak Bark, Buchu, Black Walnut Hulls, and Mullein leaf.
In addition to the foregoing herbs, a woman could also use 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide (half an ounce), liquid oxygen drops, liquid chlorophyll, and/or extracts of Neem and/or Calophyllum Inophyllum (3-5 drops each) in her douche solution.
Pellets (to be inserted into the vagina overnight) made of shea butter, essential oils of tea tree, cedar wood, and thyme; and extracts of neem and Calophyllum inophyllum would be a better and safer choice.
To make vaginal pellets, simply melt the shea butter (or cocoa butter or coconut oil) in a pan on the stove and add the oils (and/or the herbs supra in powder form) and stir to a consistency. Allow the butter to cool down and harden. Next, make into pellets by rolling the butter in the palms of the hands. Place the pellets in the refrigerator so they can harden. Take the pellets out of the refrigerator about an hour before bedtime. Insert one pellet into the vagina.
A crystal elixir made of Zincite is also very helpful in healing from bacterial vaginosis.
Now clearly poor diet plays a role in disease, and in female reproductive diseases, the culprits are usually the same:
- dairy products (cheese, ice cream, sour cream, butter, and yogurt)
- meat (pork, chicken, turkey, fish, lamb, beef, and seafood)
- refined grains (pastries donuts, cookies, cakes; bagels, bread, crackers, etc.)
- refined starches (potato chips, French fries, etc.)
- chemical preservatives