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Re: Anti-fungals that Attack Systemic Candida??
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Published: 7 years ago
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Re: Anti-fungals that Attack Systemic Candida??

I don't believe anything will attack it in the blood stream unless it is absorbed in the blood. You should look for vitamins, blood components, and peptides.

Vitamin B3 works to weaken the breeding process- each generation is weaker. I have seen it work on myself.

Iodine is absorbed into the blood and is an antifungal.

Using these two ( with high dose vit c to give white blood cells a boost) after fixing my gut ( by using a rutabaga each day) I have seen dead candida parapsilosis in my urine which is a type of candida which is found in the blood- the drug resistant kind of candida!.

I have read that candida eats most other vitamins as food.

My bones have started correcting themselves ( had this condition since birth).

I have read on research papers that raw beans contain antifungal peptides- absorbed into the blood. Im still testing how affective they are. There are other ones im sure but I have to look through some more research journals to find them.

Although not cured yet I believe I am winning this fight.

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