Flipper wrote: Thanks Jorge,
That makes more sense. So you advocate enemas or colon irrigation? I’ve thought about that only don’t want to wash out all those expensive probiotics!.
No, I don’t advice colon irrigation. I have never talked about that.
What I am telling is to TARGET the colon with effective antifungals. The only way I have found is Nystatin enemas. If some forum member has any other idea, bring it to here.
I have not used any “natural” antifungal because they are also ANTIBIOTICs. Think about Oregano Oil, Garlic, GSE, Caprylic Acid, etc.
The systemic antifungal drugs such as Itraconazole, Fluconazole, Ketoconazole, etc are rapidly absorbed and go to the blood. They are also hard to the liver when abused.
The colon is a direct connection to the blood. Think about how effective are analgesic suppositories since they are rapidly absorbed. I don’t want that the medication go to the blood but keep inside the colon. I don’t want to experiment with some other Rx antifungals that impact the liver.
My options have been reduced to Nystatin. This will keep inside the colon and won’t touch the liver. It is also FUNGICIDAL to candida albicans.
I am curious about knowing what expensive probiotics are you going to remove from your colon with the enemas.
Probiotic marketers are doing an awesome job.