89Mirageman wrote: So regular apple cider vinegar is OK too or does it have to be organic? I love vinegar on my greens and have been eating them without it lately because I was told that vinegar feeds the yeast.
I know you’re probably growing tired of my questions and I am sorry but I just keep thinking of more. Oil of oregano is a good anti-fungal, any name brand in particular to look for or added ingredients to watch out for or should it all be about the same?
I’m never tired of a poster’s questions, it’s the only way you’ll learn how to cure your infestation in a limited time as opposed to taking years and years.
If you purchase the Bragg brand of apple cider vinegar you won’t need to worry about it. I would imagine the whole foods store carries it. As with most supplements as well as foods, ACV has mixed reports about its effectiveness or lack of with a Candida albicans infestation. Many sufferers have used it throughout their treatment and cure, when others have experienced reactions from it. This means that it’s a test food and should be used sparingly, especially in the first week.
As far as the brand of oil of oregano, try to purchase this brand:
North American Herb & Spice (NAHS) Super Strength P73 Wild Mediterranean Oil of Oregano
There’s no alcohol in this brand.