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oats naturally contain 'chitinase', an enzyme that breaks down the cell wall of yeasts and fungi


I have a cure to report that worked quickly for me.

Get yourself some oat groats.

The reason is oats naturally contain 'chitinase', an enzyme that breaks down the cell wall of yeasts and fungi.

Unfortunately the steam process used to make rolled oats or oatmeal destroys this enzyme, so you can't substitute oatmeal, you do have to get oat groats.

Oat groats are available from Bob's Red Mill

Steel cut oats may also work if you can't find groats.

Anyway, once you've got your raw oat groats (they look like seeds), put about 1/4 cup into a blender with about 1/2 cup of water and puree it. The amount of water can vary, it's not that critical. Just make sure you are able to puree your groats.

Put the resulting paste on the affected areas and allow to dy.

This will have two effects, it will pull the excess oil out of your skin AND the chitinase will kill the yeast that is feeding on the oil.

In my case it got rid of my Seborrheic Dermatitis in two days. I applied a few times a day for two days, leaving it on for about fifteen minutes each time. Don't leave it on too long or you may dry your skin too much.

I noticed skin flaking as the dermatitis resolved, I believe this is normal during healing. After a few days the flakes went away and haven't returned.

I also noticed that a lot of people report using Aveeno oatmeal cream. Maybe this is why that cream helps?

Also if you are thinking of taking internally this to treat candida, it will work but start super slow! It is so effective that it can cause a severe die off reaction.





 

 
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