Fast, effective and natural therapy for Candida overgrowth
Candida’s role in our digestive system
The normal intestinal flora in people is comprised of bacteria and predominantly Candida yeast fungi. These fungi are also present in some mucous membranes, such as the throat and vagina.
Candida helps the body decompose the food in our digestive system, thus preventing any contamination by pathogenic bacteria. They also protect us by absorbing toxic heavy metals.
So in a healthy state, Candida lives within our gut along with other yeasts and bacteria, all of which have their purposes to our benefit. Their numbers are just supposed to be held in check by various other fungi and bacteria. Due to our modern lifestyles however, it is quite often that the Candida in our gut gets out of control and grows in numbers, which at minimum will crowd out other helpful flora but may even become pathogenic to us. Conditions that may lead to the overgrowth of Candida are a high-sugar diet, antibiotic treatment without the use of probiotics (bacteria that make up the gut), prolonged stress, indigestion, or altered acid-base balance (e.g. during pregnancy).
The main symptoms of Candida overgrowth (intestinal candidiasis) are: chronic fatigue, cravings for bread and sugar, depression, extreme mood swings (especially after eating sweets), hypoglycemia, overproduction of mucus in the nose, throat and lungs, chronic fungal dermatitis, oral or vaginal rash, diarrhea, itching of the anus or genitals, hemorrhoids, cramps, short-term memory loss, flatulence or gas after eating, thyroiditis, eczema, acne, cold sores and aphthae. Candida overgrowth may accompany any severe case of chronic allergy, neurodermatitis, as well as chronic, inflammatory bowel disease, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.
Additional common symptoms include lymphedema, menstrual syndrome, night sweats, chest or joint pain, memory loss, maladaptation, blurred vision, severe unstable headaches, dizziness, insomnia, sneezing, increased seizures. A person with a Candida overgrowth can also become very sensitive to the wet, moldy environments and also to perfumes, colognes and tobacco. Under these conditions, Candida can also penetrate the urinary tract causing acute nephritis, cystitis and prostatitis.
Home test for intestinal fungal infection
Place a glass of water near you before going to bed. As soon as you get up in the morning and before you do anything else (e.g. brushing your teeth, eating breakfast) spit in the glass. Wait for half an hour and then have a close look at it. If you see saliva just floating on the surface then you have no fungus issues. If you see “threads” extending down from the saliva, find that the water in the glass has become cloudy or that the saliva has sunk lower into the glass, then it is very likely that you have candidiasis.
The use of antifungal drugs such as nystatin and fluconazole is unfortunately not always effective as the fungus becomes resistant to their action. Normally, addressing candidiasis in a natural way requires patience, as it may take 6-12 months, that is, alongside a very strict and extensive diet.
The fastest and easiest way to balance an overpopulation of the fungi is by the use of its counter waveform. This biophysical approach is based on the science of physics and is conducted with the help of a device, which uses the electromagnetic signature of the fungus. This energetic information is then sent to the body in its mirror image where through on the phenomenon of destructive (wave) interference, the energy field of the Candida within gets cancelled out (or neutralized), thus considerably weakening it.
Under the biophysical approach, mucosal candidiasis, e.g. enteric or vaginal, only requires between three to five weekly applications. There is still a period of dietary restriction but it is only limited to this short period of therapy. Additionally the person only needs to avoid sugar and white flour products! Experience has show that the effectiveness of this Candida therapy exceeds 80%. I.E., 8 out of 10 have the desired result. The method is non-invasive, risk-free and with no side-effects.
The best way to prevent and eliminate fungal overgrowth is to not be creating conditions that lead to its occurrence. Within this context, lies following a proper diet with control over the consumption of sugar and the foods that contain it.
Listed below are foods that are allowed during the period of abstinence:
· Whole meal bread, breadsticks (moderate quantities).
· Sausages and meat, fish, eggs.
· Potatoes, vegetable roots (raw and cooked), salads, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes.
· Legumes, turnips.
· Rice in small quantities.
· Onions, garlic, fresh herbs, sauerkraut.
· Milk, cheese, buttermilk products (without added sugar), butter.
· Sour fruits, lemons, sour apples (not more than 1-2 per day), sour fruit compotes (without added sugar).
· Coffee, tea (without sugar), mineral water, dry wine.
· Salt and spices.
· Sugar-free sweeteners (stevia, xylitol, erythritol).