Re: Thanks!! A few more questions??
Guys don't waste a time and money for supplements.You never do kill the candida with supplements only . Ive tried many different antifungal ,vitamin and etc. Also Ive tried IV injection hydrogen peroxide , FMT (Fecal Microbiota Transplant) , IV vitamin C all doesn't work.My life is horrible right now more then 1 year . I got candida after antibiotics. Next step is sodium bicarbonate injection + Insulin Potentiation therapy (IPT) +liposomal bicarbonate to kill candida in the intestines,enzymes to strip the bio-film. I found the place in USA , but its cost a lot of money . Since 2008 they have helped thousands of people with SODIUM BICARBONATE INJECTION. DONT WASTE MONEY AND TIME IF YOU HAS SERIOUS CANDIDA ISSUE.
Here is explanation :
Many people are all too familiar with Candida fungal infections and its terrible effects on our immune system, kidneys, liver and brain. Many people believe Candida lives only in the intestines or in the vaginal area; the facts are that Candida can live in every tissue in the body. Candida infections often start in the intestines, then the Candida spores actually spread through the entire digestive tract until it reaches the throat, then the lungs. From the lungs it enters the Alveolar sacks where the blood is exposed to oxygen, the Candida is carried throughout the entire body systemically in the blood. Once it’s in the blood there’s no limit to the extent of the infection. The opportunistic pathogens of the genus Candida, candidacies describes a number of different disease syndromes that often differ in their causes and outcomes.
The symptoms of Candida infections include: Abdominal gas, headaches, migraines, excessive fatigue, cravings for alcohol, anxiety, vaginitis, rectal itching, cravings for sweets, inability to think clearly or concentrate, hyperactivity, mood swings, diarrhea, constipation, skin itching, acne, eczema, depression, sinus inflammation, pre-menstrual syndrome, dizziness, poor memory, persistent cough, earaches, low sex drive, muscle weakness, irritability, learning difficulties, sensitivity to fragrances and/or other chemicals, cognitive impairment, thrush, athletes foot, sore throat, indigestion, acid reflux.
Why is Candida so hard to kill? The truth is that Candida can mutate very easily to adapt to the complex chemical structure of both Anti-fungal herbs as well as prescription drugs. The more complex the chemical makeup of the anti-fungal agent the easier it is for the Candida spores to adapt, however if Candida comes into contact with a less complex substance such as Oxygen or Bleach for example it can’t mutate, it can only try to go dormant to avoid death. So every time anti-fungal herbs are taken Candida will either mutate or go dormant to survive, or burrow itself deeply into the tissues where the medicine can’t reach it, it may seem as though the infection is gone when in reality it is only on hold. Even the blood can look free of Candida spores, when they are actually colonized in the tissues of the body, staying far from the anti-fungal agents being taken by mouth or topically. Let’s face it when we take something by mouth, there is a limited amount which can actually be absorbed into the blood. Usually there is far too little of the medicine actually getting into the body to destroy the infection in all the tissues, remember Candida goes everywhere in the body. When it colonizes, it forms dense masses of fungal colonies which can’t easily be penetrated. We must saturate our body with a very simple yet effective anti-fungal agent, something that Candida can’t adapt or mutate against. ................................