Candida Albicans Hyposensitization shots are known since the 70’s.
The shots are made in the same Allergist office. Any Allergist can make them to the concentration they want. All they need is candida albicans extract that is available for them. They dilute it in a vehicle (thymerosal free) to create the shots.
When I saw my Allergist in Miami, he already was given this type the shots to other patients. He tested me for candida allergy ( I was positive ) and candida delayed sensitivity. ( I was negative ) It means I am allergic to candida albicans and my immune system is paralyzed against candida albicans.
He immediately discussed the shots with me. I went to his office with a copy of an article written by Dr. Truss where he mentions the concentration he used with his candida patients.
My Allergist read it and kept it. He prepared my shots using Dr. Truss concentration as a reference. He told me the dilution in the article was the same he was using before with candida allergic patients.
The shots stimulate your body to attack candida. That is correct.
The delayed sensitivity test is what tells the Allergist your body (immune system) isn’t attacking candida. The test should be positive, no negative.
Don’t know anything about eggs, neither believe they have any link with candida.
Jorge, Can you please send me the Article of Dr. Truss that talks about the concentration of the Allergy Shot? Or can you send me a link to that article.
I am planning to see a allergist in few days. That might come handy.
This is what he recommends to start :
Extensive experience with concentrations from
to 10-30 has led to the choice of extracts in
15 range, although occasionally
concentrations outside of this range are
employed. One-tenth milliliter (.1 ml)
subcutaneously twice weekly is a suitable starting
point, but the interval may be varied in either