I don’t think any of the actual biofilm disrupters only target an specific microbe.
cis-2-decenoic acid, lactoferrin, plant enzymes, EDTA, etc will target biofilm colonies. What is interesting about cis-2-decenoic acid is that it targets candida albicans biofilms as well as other microbial biofilms.
The brand of Royal Jelly I bought doesn’t have any sugar. There isn’t listed any amount of sugar or any ingredient suggesting sugar.
I think a combination of plant enzymes, EDTA, Royal Jelly, and Apo-Lactoferrin should be tried in stubborn cases for at least a couple of months. This combination should be added to a good antifungal regime that may be SF-722, Oregano Oil, Nystatin, Fluconazole or Itraconazole in case that someone want to use systemic antifungal drugs.
It all depend of the case and how the person responds to a simple multi-approach with diet and natural supplements.
At some point of the treatment, when the immune activity be restored or partially restored, systemic antifungal drugs may help to clean genitourinary fungal focus and ring worms.
I believe there are several possible combinations to try and each one should test what is speeding the treatment and giving good results. Definitely, the biofilm protocol add more resources to this war giving us more weapons against the fungus.