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Re: Probiotics contributing to SIBO/biofilms/feeding pathogens??
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Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Probiotics contributing to SIBO/biofilms/feeding pathogens??

Ok, so you we have the equivalent of a chihuahua in our intestinal tract...4 pounds or so. So you think a few billion dry, dehydrated inactive organisms will have ANY effect on 4 pounds of fungi???

All I do is home made probiotics, kraut, water kefir, and milk kefir. I did not do any probiotics for 2 months when beating this beast down with nystatin and *extreme diet (leaves, chicken legs, mineral water).

I did not have any other infection that I know of, though. Have you researched Colloidal Silver and H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) therapy?

I started taking colloidal recently - it's a natural Antibiotic and was used by even doctors before Antibiotics . It knocked a sinus infection out in a day! I also sprayed it on my kid's "nursery sores," from church, aka STAPH, and it knocked those out too.

I just got in my food grade 35% hydrogen peroxide to experiment starting tomorrow. Supposedly it oxygenates and purifies the blood, burns out fungi, bacteria, and viruses. I will report on that next month, though not sure if I'm a good guinea pig as I'm already clear of my infection.

Nystatin and a restricted diet is working for me and my 2 year old, but I have horribly afflicted family members that will not take nystatin and possibly have other infections as well, like my 3 year old nephew has staph on his skin constantly that turned into impetigo last week and warranted Antibiotics . :-(


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