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Condition:

Candida

Definition:

Candida can be very serious. Recently, a “superbug” candida species known as Candida Auris has emerged as a dangerous health threat in several countries and many health care facilities in the U.S. This version of candida — which often spreads through candida biofilms on surfaces such as catheters and bedrails — has proven resistant to multiple drugs, resulting in serious illness.

Candida albicans is the most common type of yeast infection found in the mouth, intestinal tract and vagina (vaginal/genital candidiasis), and it may affect the skin and other mucous membranes. If the immune system is functioning optimally, this type of yeast infection is rarely serious. However, if the immune system is not functioning properly, the candida infection can migrate to other areas of the body, including the blood and membranes around the heart or brain, causing serious candida symptoms. This is referred to as invasive candidiasis.

Candida is a fungus that aids with nutrient absorption and digestion when at proper levels in the body. When it overproduces, typical candida symptoms may appear. In the digestive tract, if left unchecked, it breaks down the walls of the intestinal lining and penetrates the bloodstream. This releases byproduct toxins and other toxins from your system, causing leaky gut syndrome.

When your body’s natural pH balance is upset, the candida yeasts can grow out of control, creating a systemic problem and unpleasant candida symptoms. Good healthy bacteria and a properly functioning immune system are essential when fighting this stubborn infection.

Candida overgrowth syndrome, or COS, is the term used when candida has grown out of control in your body. Make no mistake: This is a chronic health condition. In addition to candida symptoms, individuals who have never experienced a serious yeast infection can find they have developed new sensitivities, allergies, or intolerances to a variety of foods. These foods include dairy, eggs, corn and gluten.

Symptom:

Candida yeast overgrowth can be difficult for a physician to diagnose. Possible methods of testing include stool testing, serum testing, candida DNA test, stool PCR testing and microbial organic acids testing. This type of systemic yeast infection presents different ways in different people. Below are nine of the candida symptoms to watch for if you are concerned you have candida, or candida overgrowth syndrome.

1. Chronic Fatigue
If you have fatigue or exhaustion that you simply cannot shake, regardless of the number of hours you sleep, you may have chronic fatigue syndrome. The disease is characterized by fatigue that lasts a minimum of six months and is often accompanied by other candida symptoms, including headaches, joint pain, difficulties with memory and concentration and sore throat.

Often one of the candida symptoms is chronic fatigue. While a candida infection is not the only cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, many physicians believe it heightens the risk of CFS.

2. Mood Disorders
One of the reasons it can be difficult to diagnose candida is that so many of the candida symptoms are common to other conditions, including mood disorders. Individuals with candida overgrowth may experience dramatic mood swings, anxiety, irritability, depression and even panic attacks.

3. Recurring Vaginal and Urinary Tract Infections
When an individual experiences recurring infections in the urinary tract or vagina, candida may be at the root of the problem. It is important to realize that candida can be sexually transmitted, and partners can spread it back and forth. For women, reduce the risk by avoiding tight-fitting underwear or pantyhose and avoid hot baths during an active infection.

4. Oral Thrush
Oral thrush is a yeast infection caused by the same strain of candida that affects other mucous membranes, including the vagina. It’s most often caused by the use of prednisone or other oral corticosteroids as mentioned above. Left untreated, it may spread through the body, including the digestive tract, lungs, liver and heart valves.

Oral candida is communicable. Newborns can get thrush during birth; children can get it from sharing toys with other children, and adults can pass it back and forth through the saliva.

5. Sinus Infections
As with many of these other candida symptoms, sinus infections are common today, and it can be difficult to pinpoint the root of the cause. Candida does affect the sinuses and can result in a persistent cough, post-nasal drip, an increase in congestion, seasonal allergies, and general flu-like symptoms. If you experience consistent problems with your sinuses, it’s time to check for a candida infection!

6. Intestinal Distress
Ongoing intestinal distress is one of the more uncomfortable candida symptoms. Persistent flatulence, burping, bloating, constipation or diarrhea, and stomach cramps may be caused by a lack of healthy bacteria in your digestive tract.

When yeast overtakes the intestines, healthy bacteria are undermanned, and cannot fight off the infection alone. When the bacteria in your gut are out of balance, it’s known as dysbiosis. Many individuals experience dramatic relief of chronic intestinal distress when effectively treating a candida infection.

7. Brain Fog
Along with mood changes and chronic fatigue, brain fog is often overlooked as one of the candida symptoms. However, candida overgrowth can cause a lack of focus, poor physical coordination, difficulty in concentrating on tasks and poor memory.

8. Skin and Nail Fungal Infections
Athletes’ foot and fungal infections in the toenail are common yeast infections, which stem from the same strain of candida. Continued infections may be a sign that you have a systemic candida infection.

9. Hormonal Imbalance
A hormonal imbalance is one of the candida symptoms that present in many other health conditions. However, it is important to recognize how an infection can cause early menopause, PMS, a low sex drive, migraines, endometriosis, water retention, mood swings and an inability to lose unwanted pounds.

While amid candida overgrowth, your body becomes inflamed, causing the yeast to grow and spread beyond the digestive tract. One of the byproducts of candida actually can mimic estrogen, leading to a serious hormonal imbalance.

Description:

Oregano 5ml Pure oilThere are many possible causes of candida, including a diet high in sugar, refined carbohydrates and alcohol that help feed candida. To add to that, I’ve described six other potential causes below.

1. Broad-Spectrum Antibiotics
Sometimes, antibiotics are needed to fight a stubborn infection to kill the offending bacteria in your system. The problem with antibiotics and with overusing them (often creating antibiotic resistance) is that they don’t just kill the bad bacteria; they kill the good ones, too.

The good bacteria in your system are responsible for digestion and keeping candida under control. After a long course (or multiple courses over a short period), antibiotics can make your body a literal breeding ground for candida.

2. Birth Control Pills
Unlike antibiotics, birth control pills in and of themselves do not directly cause a yeast infection or candida overgrowth syndrome. However, when a woman consumes a diet high in refined sugars and has had a course of antibiotics, birth control pills can adversely affect her body, leading to a candida infection.

Some women find that birth control pills seem to instigate yeast infections — and even long after the initial infection is gone, once they start taking the birth control pills again, candida can take root.

3. Oral Corticosteroids
Individuals who treat their asthma with corticosteroid inhalants are at an increased risk of developing candida in the mouth, leading to systemic candida overgrowth. Individuals using corticosteroid inhalers for asthma must follow the directions for swishing the mouth out after each use. If oral candidiasis is detected, it can be treated with the gargling of coconut oil and a drop or two of essential clove oil.

4. Cancer Treatments
According to the Department of Clinical Research at Merck Research Laboratories, candidiasis can become invasive in cancer patients and present a serious complication. In this study, one-third of patients being treated for cancer had invasive candidiasis. Chemotherapy and radiation can both work to kill cancerous cells and tumors; however, they also kill off the healthy bacteria that naturally fight candida.

5. Diabetes
In Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, sugar levels in the mouth and other mucous membranes are traditionally higher than in an individual without diabetes. Since candida is a type of yeast and sugar feeds yeast, it is understandable that those with diabetes are at a greater risk for developing candida overgrowth syndrome.

6. Weakened Immune System
Any individual with a weakened immune system is more likely to develop candida. This population includes infants, small children, the elderly, and those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, and other inflammatory and autoimmune conditions.

Protocol:

Candida

Candida can be very stiff-necked.

Drink 1 capsule, Candida Blend, twice a day, for the first week. Thereafter one capsule a day, for 2-3 months.

This blend inhibits the growth and the activity of C.albicans (candida). It is a powerful anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral blend that supports your body in fighting candida.

Very important to note that your diet has a huge effect on candida. Therefore further supplement with 25ml Fire Tonic, twice a day.

Combine with 1 capsule, Gut Cleanse, daily.

In addition, you can also drink 1-2 capsules of Candida from the healing herbal range.

 

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For oral candidiasis also incorporate the oil pulling technique below, daily.

Oil Pulling Method – Oil Pulling Mouth Healer 

Take 1 Tablespoon and swish for about 5 minutes (gradually work up to 10 or 20 minutes), once a day. Don’t do it vigorously since you’ll be doing it for far longer than you are used to and your jaw will get tired. Gently swirl the oil around your mouth and suck it through the spaces between your teeth. Make sure not to swallow any of it. When finished, spit the oil in the dustbin. Don’t spit it in the sink because when the oil thickens after cooling, it may clog up your pipes.
Use for: Cleansing and detoxifying the mouth;  assist with the following: tooth decay; restoring tooth nerves, inflammation, heavy metal detoxing; brain fog and cleanses the blood.
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For those struggling with vaginal candidiasis, follow the below procedure daily,

Insert Frankincense/Myrrh Blend vaginally (same as a tampon), and squeeze half a pipette full (0.5ml) into the vaginal lumen, once a day. Lie flat on your back when performing this process to ensure the oil gets absorbed properly. It is best to do this just before bed at night. Lying down will reduce leakage of the blend from your vagina that could occur while standing or walking around. Absorption by the vaginal vessels, flow into the body’s circulatory system, which distributes to the body’s organs and bodily systems. Do not use it during the menstrual cycle.  

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Beneficial Pure Essential Oils include Clove, Oregano, Cinnamon and Grapefruit.

Suggested to supplement with Probiotics (Rawbiotics GUT 1L)

Precautions & Side Effects:

Recommended Products:

Candida Oil Blend 30ml
R450.00 Incl. VAT
Empty Veggie Capsules 150’s
R120.00 Incl. VAT
Empty Veggie Capsules 90’s
R80.00 Incl. VAT
Fire Tonic
R240.00 Incl. VAT
Gut Cleanse Oil 30ml Blend
R500.00 Incl. VAT

Complimentory Products:

Candida 120 Capsules
R350.00 Incl. VAT
Candida Tincture
R180.00 Incl. VAT
Oil Pulling Mouth Healer 500ml
R800.00 Incl. VAT
Rawbiotics Gut 1L
R320.00 Incl. VAT
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