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Clay against candida overgrowth [message #630] Tue, 31 January 2017 04:24 Go to next message
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Hi guys,

I couldn't find anything about that specifically and was wondering what you would suggest. When I was younger I had to take a lot of antibiotics which I think damaged my intestinal flora quite a bit. Since then I have done various different cleanses which helped but still have some symptoms which I think are candida related. I was wondering which clay would be best to use internally to help combat the overgrowth?
Thank you so much for your help.

Anna
Re: Clay against candida overgrowth [message #631 is a reply to message #630] Mon, 06 February 2017 07:38 Go to previous message
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Hi Anna:

Clay can help normalize the digestive function. However, it is not usually a stand alone cure for Candida overgrowth.

I would use a good quality edible clay (1 tsp in 250 - 500 ml of water), once to thrice daily (allow the body to adjust to clay use).

Then, you need a powerful and effective probiotic. In my opinion, the stand alone single probiotic formulation to help with Candida is fermented cabbage juice.

Benefits of fermented cabbage juice: http://www.eytonsearth.org/earthcures/fermented-cabbage-juic e-a-natural-effective-probiotic-lactobacteria/

How to make cabbage juice: http://www.eytonsearth.org/earthcures/how-to-make-fermented- cabbage-juice-natural-probiotics/

Lastly, it may be wise to use a good anti-microbial that is well tolerated by the body for long term use. One of my favorites is olive leaf extract.

It often takes a long term concerted effort to permanently eliminate candida overgrowth from the body. Short cleanses usually won't cut it!



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