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I come from a background of herbalism. I drink herbal teas everyday, but got away from it for quite a few years until this candida issue ( I took 4 different antibiotics at once 🙁 )
If you want my opinion,
With this said, just drinking some tasty detox-teas ( for the liver,kidneys,lymph,adrenal-building,ect ) a few times a day with a nice clean diet will begin to reverse any damage that making poor choices does.
But this is just my opinion, coming from my experiences.
I think collectively we got to move our lymph, clear our kidneys, and support our adrenals.
Then our immune system feels empowered to attack projects that it had to shun due to being busy with dietary toxins 😀
Catlady,- what kind of detox teas do you use? I had a brush with Essiac tea and found it helpful with a stomach ulcer issue I was having. Thats a traditional detox tea. Along with GI BEnefits, I think it took away the ulcer problem.
What other detox teas do you recommend? I need to get my adrenals boosted.
I did kefir for a while with raw goats milk. Its a more broader probiotic than Kombucha, but the beauty of Kombucha is that it detoxes, has S.Boulardii in it (antagonistic to Candida) and helps a lot with digestion as well as having a respectable range of probiotic strains in it.
Kombucha is cheaper than kefir to make but takes more time. Kefir can be ready in 48 hrs.