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Please work on detoxifying your system since Molybdenum is not available here in India.

Being rash on the treatment is calling trouble. Please go slow. And do read the link I’ve sent in response to your other post. The forum’s treatment protocol is very balanced. This kind of crazy die-off will make you keep tossing forward and backward without much progress.

It takes time and patience, but it is worth it.

Mentioning below some herbs to detoxify the system

1. Turmeric (Haldi)

2. Amaltaas seeds (you need to scoop out the seeds from the long fruit like structure, soak, say a spoonful in a cup of water for 4-5 hours, and drink after sieving, at night). This flushes the colon just as good as enema.

Shatavari is known botanically as Asparagus racemosus and is a part of the Lilly family. It is a climbing medicinal herb that can grow up to seven feet high with nettle-like leaves and small white flowers. It is native to the tropical climates of northern India and Africa. One of its main detoxifying properties is its high mucilage content, which is a complex carbohydrate that helps release waste material from the large intestine. Shatavari is also a diuretic herb that will help release toxins from the kidneys by stimulating the flow of urine. According to an article called “New Findings Vindicate Efficacy of Shatavari” written by Lalit Tiwari for the website Infinity Foundation, shatavari also promotes the flow of bile, helping cleanse the gallbladder and liver.

Botanically known as Emblica Officinalis, amalaki is an Ayurvedic detox herb native to southwestern and northern India. According to the website Mother Herbs and Agro Products, amalaki seeds and fruits are used as diuretic and laxative aids.
According to the website Banyan Botanicals Ayurvedic Herbs, amalaki detoxifies the body by purifying the blood and promoting bowel movements that will keep the digestive tract clean and healthy.

Bhumyamalaki, also known botanically as Phyllanthus niruri, is an annual herb native to the Indian subcontinent. It is a laxative that is also used to stimulate and cleanse the liver, making it useful in the treatment of jaundice and liver enlargement, according to the website Herbal Cure India. This action is due to its hepatprotective property, which means it can help treat Hepatitis A and B and viral Hepatitis B. Bhumyamalaki is another useful diuretic and it is a safe herb with no known toxic effects.

I understand it is difficult for family members to approve of this diet and treatment, the diet is simply not the Indian way, but you will have to make them understand that it is good for you. I did that. I made my parents, sister and close friends understand by telling them about candida, making them read articles, sending links of websites and openly discussing about my progress on the diet. They are very supportive now seeing how my energy level has improved, symptoms alleviated (after 3 years of viral infections) etc.

Even I tried finding Kefir grains but couldn’t.

I will keep posting more information to you as I get it.

Take care. All the Best.