I dont recommend that Red Korean Ginseng be added unless a naturopath has determined that your constitution can handle it. Or you research it well.
I remember when I worked at the herb farm that it was a no-no herb (root) because someone with high blood pressure could react poorly to it (if I remember correctly).
I take Siberian Ginseng (not a true ginseng) in tea for its adaptogenic properties, I was told it would be excellent for my adrenals.
But arent most herbs/roots even slightly antifungal? As a defense? I think even carrots are.
I imagine that if you *could* take the RKG, you would feel excellent for the energy regulation it provides…with candida, that would be huge. No?