Lymph is a clear fluid that runs through lymph vessels in the body much like the blood circulatory system. Among many other functions, the lymph system is a garbage collection service. The watery fluid picks up garbage and dumps it into the blood circulation, but it also has dumping sites in the colon.
When the colon is clogged with old mucoid plaque the lymph system is unable to dump refuse through that channel. Now that I have been cleaning the colon for the last 7 months, lymph refuse can again be dumped into the colon for removal.
Candia starts out as a granular yeast. When it matures it turns into a fungus with many little roots that may be as thin as a hair or thicker. Candida fungus may have various length. It may be a few centimeters or longer.
Usually candida is hard to see in the stool. I do coffee enemas daily to get rid of 'stuff' so I can see it easier. People say that it is white, but I am seeing it translucent, grey and very dark brown. I have had candida for 50 years, mine is systemic now that means it can be in any organs in the body. Usually it is most rampant in the intestines and colon.
Candida albicans is a trouble maker that many people are not aware of that they have it. Good luck for now, Giz.