A practical limitation of the study is that the candida isolates were essentially soaked in the sesame oil for 24 hours, which someone with oil thrush would not be able to do. A next best approach would be to use sesame oil repeatedly throughout the day. This could be done via a processing called oil pulling, whereby the sesame oil is swished around the mouth for approximately 20 minutes, then spit out. Since the oil only inhibited the growth of both the problematic fungal form of candida, ceasing it's use may lead to a reappearance of the thrush condition. It is possible that the oil itself could eliminate the problem, or that the oil pulling done along with a systemic approach (Candida Plan) of correcting the fungal form of candida back to its normal yeast form would be more more effective.
A person could also combine sesame oil with antifungal essential oils like oregano, tea tree, peppermint, cinnamon, clove, rosemary, thyme, and others that have demonstrated the ability to inhibit candida. When using essential oils, one would use 1-2 drops of one or several essential oils along with a tablespoon of the sesame oil. Mix those together and swish around the mouth for 20 minutes. More about the benefits of oil pulling can be found here - http://oilpulling.com/.