A fungus is defined as a parasitic plant lacking chlorophyll and leaves and true stems and roots and reproducing by spores. Another definition of fungus is to denote a group of eukaryotic protists, including mushrooms, yeasts, rusts, molds, smuts, etc., which are characterised by the absence of chlorophyll and by the presence of a rigid cell wall composed of chitin, mannans and sometimes cellulose. See the bottom of the page for a definition of protists. Except for fungus that invade the skin and moist tissues such as the vagina, generally a fungus grows in the human body mostly when the host’s immune system is not functioning at its best. This could be in those who have diabetes, are on medicines that damage the immune system, or those who have more serious conditions such as HIV or AIDS.
Plants that have anti- fungus activity, herbs and herbal extracts
There are countless plants that can ill fungi or prevent their growth. In fact, one of the reasons certain plants survived for so long is that they had the ability to create substances that could fight a fungus infections. I will add to this list of fungus fighters with time.
Yellow Dock herb