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Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals?

Posted by Redstone on May 10, 2002 at 15:25:13:

I began taking Capracylic acid along with PD.Had familiar acidic response. PD causes an acidic environment.The combination is too much for me. Caprycylic acid actually weakened my system. I'm trying to find 4 antifungals that are non acidic,non irritating so I can rotate them. Is the acidic environment of PD enough to do the job? Seems like most antifungals work by acid destroying the fungus. Is it possible to neutralize the acidic nature of antifungals? Would that diminish their effectiveness? Any one know where I can find properties of herbs explained? Peace,Redstone



Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals?

Posted by Donna E. on May 10, 2002 at 16:54:26:

In Reply to: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals? posted by Redstone on May 10, 2002 at 15:25:13:

Here is a site that has information on many herbs:

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Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals?

Posted by Helping You on May 10, 2002 at 23:28:41:

In Reply to: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals? posted by Redstone on May 10, 2002 at 15:25:13:

In my experience, PD is enough to handle more than 95% of dysbiosis. It doesn't create an acid environment, it creates the APPROPRIATE intestinal environment which is slightly acidic. I recently helped a woman with 2 species of candida. One species at 4+ and the other at 3+. She also had klebsiella at +3. After 3.5 months on 18 PD's per day, all she had remaining was a +1 of one of the candida species which is totally acceptable. However, most people can only afford to take about 6 capsules per day. In my experience, this is usually not enough to handle major dysbiosis. I have NEVER seen it not work in people that use it correctly. I hope that helps

-HY



Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals?

Posted by Redstone on May 11, 2002 at 17:45:38:

In Reply to: Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals? posted by Helping You on May 10, 2002 at 23:28:41:

Thanks,Helping You

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Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals?

Posted by
Cheryn Tavcar on May 13, 2002 at 01:07:23:

In Reply to: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals? posted by Redstone on May 10, 2002 at 15:25:13:

Hi Redstone,

This may sound crazy, but after using ph-balancing things for acidity, none of which worked. Especially for esophageal burning, what works for me is to drink 2 tablespoons of Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Mouthwash with Oil of Spearmint. Turns out my burning was not acidic, but fungal, and the tea tree killed it, and this is the only thing I can actually drink.
As far as other antifungals which are non-acidic, I have used olive leaf extract, digestive enzymes, esp. papain, aloe, silver, peppermint tea, grape seed extract and the lactobacilli.
I'm sure you know about all that stuff, but this is my first time on this site, so please try to overlook my naivte.
Sincerely, Cheryn Tavcar



Non acidic, non irritating natural antifungals? (Archive in GERD.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on May 14, 2002 at 07:53:37:

In Reply to: Re: Does anyone know of any non acidic,non irritating natural antifungals? posted by Cheryn Tavcar on May 13, 2002 at 01:07:23:

Thanks, Cheryn.

Welcome to the 'site.

I would be interested in hearing from anyone else who does this and their experiences.

Walt

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