I understand that each of Candida albicans rhizome is usually dense when palpated so it does not break down easily. It is dark in color and has only one shape, a rope with two distinctive ends; One of the ends, the root, has been evidently attached to the wall of the intestine.
On the other hand, mucus is usually less dense when palpated and breaks down really easily. It is lighter in color and has much bigger surface area because of its flat shape; It is never just a narrow rope and has no roots, no evidence that it has been attached to anything.
Am I correct?
Do you know why the Candida albicans is usually described as a white stuff? Is it the other form, not the rhizons producing one?