I've just starting to use homozone as part of an overall detox program. Part of the problem is that I have Candida, and also a long-standing food sensitivity to citrus, including lemon juice. So I can't chase the homozone with lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. as is usually recommended.
I did read somewhere in the Liver Flush Forum that malic acid would be a good alternative, and I happen to have some on hand that I use as an alternative to the apple juice for the liver flushes. My question is, how should I determine the amount?
This morning I estimated: figuring the Liver Flush calls for .5 to 1 tsp in a quart of water being equivalent to a quart of apple juice, I thought: "less than this" would make sense for the homozone.... so I used 1/8 tsp (following 1/4 tsp of homozone in water).
Does anyone have a sense of whether I am in the right range here, as far as having enough acid to activate the homozone, but not too much?
Also wondering, if I go up on the amount of homozone, would I need to/how would I (proportionally?) increase the malic acid?