SF722 is made out of fish and is a fatty acid. As far as I know it is not derived from humans. Look up undecenoic acid or undecylenic acid. Acids destroy biofilms, which is something I have learned since this post was created. I have a feeling caprylic acid works for this as well which is also found in coconut oil.
that is some good news.
I definitly like the idea of it coming from fish rather than made in a lab, seems like there is less room for error that way.
I was hoping to hear that about coconut oil ( I have read,maybe on this forum, that it might help with biofilm) but if it does, its a slow process for sure.
Sometimes I dont feel like I am getting anywhere with it (although im not sure what I expect to see, either).
Since acids help, I will continue to take my swedish bitters too.
Maybe the acid that creates will help as well. I know the turmeric in it is good for candida.
Do fruit acids, like lemon, help as well?
Thanks for this insight,raster.
No.! SF-722 is made of Castor Bean Oil. It is a plant. Undecenoic or undecylenic acid present in SF-722 is a derived of Castor Bean Oil.
That is even better news, thank you Jorge! Im willing to give it a try if it came from a plant. So *this* is why little kids used to take their nasty castor oil…its keeps bad biofilm in check 😉