Apple Cider Vinegar is a tried and true method for fighting Candida. There are some things to watch out for when you use it though. You can’t just buy any Apple Cider Vinegar, you should look for something that is raw, unpasteurized and unfiltered. I look for it in a health food store, and go for the Braggs brand, but you can probably ask at your local health food store for a high quality Apple Cider Vinegar fitting the specifications.
There are two ways Apple Cider Vinegar helps to fight against Candida. According to http://www.livefitthrive.com/nutrition/natural-approach-treating-candida-overgrowth-apple-cider-vinegar/, “Apple cider vinegar contains a number of natural enzymes which have a negative impact on the levels of Candida yeasts. Another effect of this product is the restoration of the natural body PH. That means that you will take away the room for Candida to expand by increasing the number of good bacteria.”
So Apple Cider Vinegar has natural enzymes that actively fight the Candida yeasts. It actively has the natural good bacteria fight off the yeast or Candida in your body. By lowering the PH levels in your body, Candida will not survive. So it performs two fighting actions of actively fighting it, and changing the very environment (your body) so it cannot live.
It is recommended to start by consuming 6 tablespoons throughout the day. If you can take it directly, you should do so, but it has a very strong taste, so you can try mixing it with water or another juice to more easily consume it. Another thing that some people do is if you have fungal growth externally, put Apple Cider Vinegar on a cotton swab and dab it over your fungal growth a few times a day. That should help fight it externally.