Well, I have to say that I am a little surprised, I would have thought people here knew more about noni. I know that it was widely used by samoan and pacific island peoples for centuries. It was so valuable to them, that when they would move their people from one island to another, the noni plant was one of two items that would be the first to go, to ensure a crop of noni plants for their people. They used it for all kinds of treatments externally and internally. There is an N.D. that studied it quite extensively. His name is Dr. Lindsey Duncan. I had a friend a couple of years ago who worked for him and she was the one who turned me onto noni, as help with candida, primarily to address the Depression I have experienced. I have actually stopped taking it, because it is not cheap, but I do remember that Dr. Lindsey's brand made an absolutely nothing added, fresh, organic noni juice, called Noni 100. My friend sent me the research they did on it and it was pretty extensive as to the benefits. I'm not saying everyone should just go out and buy it, but check it out, at least. The research is pretty solid. I had a good experience with it, but I also experienced some die off symptoms (like gas, bloating, headache), but like coconut oil, parasite cleansing, any other kind of cleansing, we accept it and push through it to find ourselves healthier. All of that being said, don't write it off, I think people should look into it. I don't know about its anti-parasitical properties, but I bet you its got some if it helps fight candida.