The supplement called “Dida” isn’t going to hurt you (unless you happen to be allergic to one of the herbs), but on the other hand it isn’t going to cure you either. Unfortunately, the price of a supplement is one good way to get an idea of the potency and quality. When you consider that one small bottle of liquid oregano oil (a quality antifungal) can cost nearly $30 whereas a container of Dida, containing an entire list of herbs, etc. cost only $28, well this is unfortunately a sign that neither the quality nor quantity is in the product.
You might find these two posts helpful with your treatment.
The following link contains the protocol that the forum follows, in case you’ve not seen it.