Candida, how to beat it?
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David Jones

Wrexham, UK

#1 Jan 6, 2007
Basically my girlfriend has candida, and has seen on numerous websites that if she takes the contraception pill that contains estragon she can not get rid of candida. The problem is, my girlfriend also suffers from endometriosis, therefore the pill is vital in her being able to tackle that problem. What do you recommend?
tiatia

Fairport, NY

#2 Feb 14, 2007
Hey David,

I've done lots of research on Candida and some sources say that it is the cause of female problems like Endometriosis. So maybe when she rids herself of candida the endo will dissapear too. Do a couple of searches on endo and candida. I hope everything works out for her!

Since: Apr 07

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Apr 29, 2007
I recommend sticking to natural remedies to getting rid of candida.. why don't she try detoxing/cleansing? Try making fiber shakes, or if you're too busy try the Dr Natura Colonix Program. Here's an intro article on cleansing:

http://www.colonzone.org/colon-cleanse-intro....
Life Science Products

Houston, TX

#4 Jun 13, 2007
How Nature’s Biotics works to help Candida

The definition of Candidida is as followed: Any of the yeastlike imperfect fungi of the genus Candida that are normally present on the skin and in the mucous membranes of the mouth, intestinal tract, and vagina, and that may become pathogenic, especially C. albicans, the causative agent of thrush.
The Soil Based Organisms in Nature’s Biotics enter the body and it is “survival of the fittest.” They team up, surround and kill the fungus. Fungus can not survive in the presence of SBO’s.

www.lifescienceproducts.com
Great source

Columbus, OH

#5 Jun 20, 2007
David Jones wrote:
Basically my girlfriend has candida, and has seen on numerous websites that if she takes the contraception pill that contains estragon she can not get rid of candida. The problem is, my girlfriend also suffers from endometriosis, therefore the pill is vital in her being able to tackle that problem. What do you recommend?
Check out the info on link at the bottom. There is a great article there on fighting candida naturally and regenerating the good intestinal flora in your intestines that the candida destroys. Here is a quote from the article:

"You should also know that while candida overgrowth is not difficult to confirm through lab testing, an actual medical diagnosis of Candidiasis can be difficult to obtain, as mainstream medicine has not widely or fully recognized candida overgrowth as a health concern.

Your best course of alternative health treatments involves a combination of actively fighting the Candida Infection, re-establishing good intestinal flora within your gut, and helping your intestinal wall heal by removing irritants within your diet and ensuring better digestion of your food within your stomach. Better digestion can often be achieved through supplementation with digestive enzymes and/or Betain HCL & Pepsin."

I thought this article may be helpful to you as it shows some natural ways to fight candida without having to get your girlfriend on prescriptions. I hope this has been helpful!

http://www.jigsawhealth.com/articles/candida....
Jess

Australia

#6 Jun 25, 2007
David Jones wrote:
Basically my girlfriend has candida, and has seen on numerous websites that if she takes the contraception pill that contains estragon she can not get rid of candida. The problem is, my girlfriend also suffers from endometriosis, therefore the pill is vital in her being able to tackle that problem. What do you recommend?
My boyfriend has candida! and he has been trying alot of the stuff that can be found at www.energeticnutrition.com he has got alot better from using the treatments suggested on this site by Dr Wong
Rachel

New York, NY

#7 Nov 17, 2007
That's not necessarily true. Your friend can kill off the candida infection by starving it off through avoidance of complex carbohydrates, sugars and drinking plenty of water.

She should also try eating yogurt for its positive bacterial cultures.

Best of Luck!
dave

Perth, Australia

#8 Nov 18, 2007
there is an interesting read on one guys battle with candida blog

beatleakygas.com
Josh

Langley, Canada

#9 Dec 5, 2007
I've had to avoid pretty much all carbs, only getting them from vegetables. It even seems that nuts aggravate my symptoms. Im adding my personal candida diet experience to my website so check for it soon!

http://www.candidainfo.net/
Yeast Infection Cures

United States

#10 Jul 22, 2008
The symptoms (you may not experience all of them):
- white cottage cheese-like discharge
- some odor
- dryness (can cause bleeding)
- digestive problems
- itchiness
- burning urination
- painful intercourse
- a feeling of just not being "normal"

Here are some safe, natural cures you can implement.

- avoid scented soaps
- avoid sugars and complex carbs for a week
- air out the infected area while you're sleeping at night
- add grapefruit extract to your water during the day (balances hormones)
- eat probiotics like cottage cheese and yogurt
- shower frequently
-drink lots of water and eat plenty of fiber to flush the infection

for more cures, visit: http://www.Candida-Away.com
Tarxof

Cedar Hill, TX

#11 Nov 3, 2008
Don't know if it is of interest - but a friend of mine in Canada had terminal Candida albican.
He told me he had it for a long time and was loosing the battle, even with the cocktail.
The Candida was completely cleared up after using some stuff for a month or so. It is a organic liquid used in controlling bacterial
and fungal infections in honeybees.
The friends relative was a small time beekeeper said the people who gave it to him to evaluate on his beehives told them about the bee website. The beekeeper figured if it helps bees in those impossible diseases it may help his relative
The website has all the reports for the bees. If you contact them, tell them you are looking for a natural bee treatment for American Foulbrood (or one of the bugs listed on the website). Nothing else. Don't know about the cost but it is the concentrate that he used.
Even the name is interesting enough.....
http://www.Hiveaid.com
Something worth looking into
Tarxof
Synrell

Tralee, Ireland

#12 Apr 21, 2009
Hi Tarxof, I recently come across your post and I also have the same issues as your friend. I have tried so many products without fail and am extremely interested in the organic liquid your friend used for honeybees. I have tried to track it down but its such a vast area and there is so many different types of liquids for different things, I am having difficulties. I was wondering if your friend could give the name of the actual organic liquid he used or some more info that may help me obtain it. I would be extremely grateful for any help,
greetings from Ireland.

Tarxof wrote:
Don't know if it is of interest - but a friend of mine in Canada had terminal Candida albican.
He told me he had it for a long time and was loosing the battle, even with the cocktail.
The Candida was completely cleared up after using some stuff for a month or so. It is a organic liquid used in controlling bacterial
and fungal infections in honeybees.
The friends relative was a small time beekeeper said the people who gave it to him to evaluate on his beehives told them about the bee website. The beekeeper figured if it helps bees in those impossible diseases it may help his relative
The website has all the reports for the bees. If you contact them, tell them you are looking for a natural bee treatment for American Foulbrood (or one of the bugs listed on the website). Nothing else. Don't know about the cost but it is the concentrate that he used.
Even the name is interesting enough.....
http://www.Hiveaid.com
Something worth looking into
Tarxof
Britt Ingersoll

Arendal, Norway

#13 May 19, 2009
I have been battling intestinal Candididasis for years and tried everything (ThreeLac, probiotics etc.) And this after prescribed antifungals lost their efficacy.

A month ago I tried Lufenuron from some site (sorry I forgot). This FINALLY cleared up my symptoms!
So far so good anyway, knock wood.
Marek Doyle

Rochester, UK

#15 Oct 16, 2009
Quite a few good suggestions above.

However, whilst they help, they very rarely deal with the issue because they do not address the root cause of candida overgrowth. Candida (and other fungi/yeasts) will only overgrow if they cannot be controlled by the immune system.

There is a particularl branch of the immune system (Th1 branch) that is responsible for intracellular bacteria, viruses and fungi/yeast. If this is not sufficiently supported, it will not be able to counteract this group effectively.

Supporting this branch of the immune system with Vitamin D3, zinc, iodine (2 drops Lugols/day), vitamin C and antioxidants and probiotics are essential. Then implement the suggestions above - not always easy, but very reliable.

Regards, Marek
http://www.blueprintfitness.co.uk
Kalaya

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Jan 5, 2010
I've been suffering what I believe is Candida for the last 15 years. I have severe Exzema and it has spread throughout my body. I know it is Candida because when I took Diflucan and topical Nystatin my skin improved but after a while it came back. Does anyone know anything about Lufenuron and is it safe for humans to take? And does it really work? What about Threelac? Please respond....thanks!
Black Pimp

United States

#17 Jan 5, 2010
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Tanya

Fort Worth, TX

#18 Jan 17, 2010
This article if helpful. I read it and have been using the cocunut it talks about and it's helping a lot. My scalp is finally clearing up.

http://www.ehow.com/how_5846573_rid-candida.h...
whining

Hollywood, FL

#19 Jan 19, 2010
Kalaya wrote:
I've been suffering what I believe is Candida for the last 15 years. I have severe Exzema and it has spread throughout my body. I know it is Candida because when I took Diflucan and topical Nystatin my skin improved but after a while it came back. Does anyone know anything about Lufenuron and is it safe for humans to take? And does it really work? What about Threelac? Please respond....thanks!
Threelac is also good to take with candida. Did you change your diet along with taking the diflucan? It will not work alone, you also have to change your diet.
Lacey

Odessa, WA

#22 Mar 17, 2011
I just went to a natrualpathic dr. and he said he thinks I have candida and put me on caprylic plus tr and hlc probiotic. Does anyone know if these are safe to take cause I feel so sick now that I am taking them.. Also can I find a natrual food or something to take that will clear it up?
erikka

Salt Lake City, UT

#23 May 16, 2011
Having to much candida in your system can cause a great deal of damage specialy on your skin. If your having skin problems due to excessive candida you need to check out this web site www.theaiam.com . The American Institute of Advanced medicine has been helping thousands of patients worldwide. The medication they use is FDA approved with no known side effects and a 95% success rate. This is the answer you were looking for. Finally you will eradicate your problem.

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