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Re: Alkalinity Kills Candida
 
jameskep37 Views: 5,036
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Re: Alkalinity Kills Candida


Agree. Trying to kill candida does not work. By the time you kill the candida it seems to churn out a new colony. Working on the terrain and rebuilding the flora and trying to limit their growth is the best approach. Trying to kill it produces too many toxins and has been counterproductive for me. In nature plants inhibit pathogens they dont try to kill it.

Are saponins hard on the gut? I think i remember reading somewhere that saponiins can be a little hard on the gut?

 

 
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