I see that nobody mentioned that c. albicans will start to fight back, stacking cells upon each other making hyphals to get the hell out of the bad spots. This will lead to more candida in you bloodstream, and thereby most of you body. You will feel pretty sick from die off toxins and candida fleeing into you body.
I really thought the main thing about treating an overgrowth of candida was to hinder its hyphal growth with biotin, olive oil, bacteria, low PH levels (the lemon and apple cider vinegar) etc. Fighting the hyphal version of the fungus is very hard if not impossible for most.
Carbohydrates will do the same trick, but then again, feed the candida to get stronger.
This is exactly what I fear I have done to my self, eating some carbs and having the candida in a hyphal state most of the time when I tried to get rid of it. Kinda like feeding it when its strongest.
I’ve had just what you experience when doing a high dosage of garlic+oregano oil some+diet+diflucan 1½ year back, and felt so horrible! foolish of me, I was only concerned about getting the highest dosage possible and crack on with it.. That’s what I did the first time I got cured (was good for 1 month, then turned back to eating “normal” and got sick again), this is impossible to do now, my body just can’t fight it that way, strict diet gives me severe adrenal fatigue symptoms.
At the moment, I’d try to slowly step up on a stricter diet again before testing s. cerevisiae with some oatbran, rice cakes (i know..), buckwheat, green lentils etc. but I can only go so far with it, if I do it stricter, I just get more sick (balanitis, eyes itch, rashes, fatiqe, trush) and have adrenal symptoms.. Don’t really know what to do.
In short, I believe that you should make sure that you do everything to keep the fungi in a passive mode (bacteria, biotin etc). and get rid of the oregano, GSE and other stuff that kill bacteria.
And yea, im a fan of mindfullness too 🙂