s.;31097 wrote: Nystatin and fluconazole just stop the candida from reproducing – it doesn’t technically “kill.” That is why infections come back if you don’t do serious interventions of other means: diet, probiotics, immune system restoration, etc. Both drugs can be a good starting point to help to stop the fungus from reproducing, but that is all that it does. It takes 34? 32? days for a fungus life cycle to naturally come to an end and in that 34 days or so fungus can reproduce ad nauseum – literally millions per second.
So does natural antifungals kill the candida or work the same as those to by stop the candida from reproducing ?