So In doing more of my research I found this out....
Crushed Jalapenos (like the ones I ate yesterday plus the Jalapeno seeds which I love to eat and crush in my mouth) kill that candida.
I am so freaking happy!!!!! No wonder I had so much in the toilet this morning. And big size too (candida discharge). I'm going to go to my whole food store to try and buy Crushed Jalapenos/Seeds. I love putting it in my food and now this makes me want to put it on everything even more.
Look what I read....
Some people call this stuff a food. It sure doesn't taste like food to me! Jalapinos (pronounced "Hala-ping-yos", probably derived from the victim's yell,) are a Mexican food, an area high in all sorts of water borne pests like Giardia, amoebas, etc. Local rumor has it that eating a small can of this stuff a day for a month will cure most any stomach trouble.
I picked up a few 3.5 ounce cans of Ortega Brand whole Jalapenos, though I have seen fresh jalapenos in the produce section of some stores. Heck, after just one of these thumb sized fire breathing beasts, I'm ready to say I'm cured of anything! Anything!!! Once the oils (from the seeds?) soak into the mucose tissue, it just keeps on burning no matter what one drinks. After half a can, I began to sweat, the hair on my head became wet. By the time I finished the little can, my sinuses were draining freely, more freely than garlic or ginger root, both of which seem notably milder. My ears popped, then hurt a bit as they did on the worst garlic reaction I'd ever had. These are all very good signs. My best anti-fungal, rutabaga, caused similar intestinal pains for six hours after I first ate it, and red cabbage put me out for an hour. This only put me out of action for three, and left me feeling very clean and much later. A grand die off reaction, a Mexican's revenge upon Montezuma's revenge!
Many southern peoples take pride in eating hot foods, and this may very well be another of those hidden cultural cures that are overlooked because they are not medicine; it's just that everyone in the area has been subconsciously learned that avoiding these foods isn't healthy. That and the macho "I can take it better than you can!"
I finished up the 3.5 oz.
can, but just barely, then went to bed, sleeping(?) for three hours. You might start with one or two then work your way up to a full can a day. It's dire medicine, but it sure makes you feel good afterwards!
Me: I know what you mean about doctors. I have done 4 liver flushes. On my first flush I took the stones to my doctor. My doctors reaction: "oh that's just gunk coming out of you" No kidding buddy! But he didn't think they were stones. When I was asked to have it sent to a lab to see what was inside of these "green stones" I was completely shut down.
I may try another Liver Flush
and push the issue. See if I can get them to be sent to a lab and then rub it in their face (the results of course- hehe)