mrs.candida;39559 wrote: This is very interesting information. Thank You.
The topic os S.boulardii came up recently while I was discussing my treatment with Able. He pointed out a potential risk, which has me concerned.
Here’s what he said:
If any amount of the S. boulardii yeast was able to get into the bloodstream, this would lead to a type of sepsis because the contamination would be of exogenic origin (developed from outside the body).
I imagine leaky gut, and the potential for the S.boulardii to get into the blood steam. Any thoughts?
I don’t know about any single case of it. In fact, S. Boulardii translocation is very rare according to what I have read. There are probably some insulated cases of severe immune suppression where S. Boulardii has reached the blood.
S. Boulardii is the flag ship treatment against candida for autistic children ( go to Autism forums ) It is sold over the counter. It is also indicated as a preventive supplement for traveling diarrhea. It is used to treat Ulcerative Colitis.
You are going to find a huge amount of information about it if you dig the web.