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STUDY OUTLINES WHAT COCONUT OIL CAN DO TO DEADLY YEAST INFECTIONS

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STUDY OUTLINES WHAT COCONUT OIL CAN DO TO DEADLY YEAST INFECTIONS:

Coconut oil is one of those super powerful natural resources anyone and everyone can’t stop talking about for its multi-faceted abilities to keep us healthy and happy. A high-burning oil commonly used for cooking in replacement of standard butter, olive oil, and other cooking sprays, it has become the go-to in the cooking world for ensuring your food still has great flavor without having to consume an unhealthy and unnecessary amount of fat.

But people don’t just pick it up in the Oils & Spices section of the grocery store. They’re also using it as skin and hair moisturizer, for toothpaste and mouthwash, as a coffee creamer, for wood polish, as an SPF lip balm, makeup remover, diaper cream, shaving cream, deodorant, and more. The list of practical uses is endless — literally. Scour the internet, and you will find 1oo-plus uses for the all-natural oil that will have you tossing out your toxic chemical-ridden food, personal hygiene, and various household items for good. And now, this magical oil has one more use to add to the list.

Read More: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/02/16/study-outlines-what-coconut-oil-can-do-to-deadly-yeast-infections/

Edited by Cryptic Mole

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