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  • #88067

    dvjorge
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    Guys,
    I am posting interesting articles, but this one call my attention a lot.
    They are mentioning curative effects and intestinal candidiasis.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254627212600260

    It looks like the Cinnamon Oil is fungicidal even for the resistant Candida Krusei.

    This was tested “in vivo” meaning it has tremendous clinical relevance.
    Jorge.

    #88068

    LRHG
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    Interesting. I wonder if any old cinammin oil would do and also if it is antibacterial as well.

    dvjorge wrote: Guys,
    I am posting interesting articles, but this one call my attention a lot.
    They are mentioning curative effects and intestinal candidiasis.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254627212600260

    It looks like the Cinnamon Oil is fungicidal even for the resistant Candida Krusei.

    This was tested “in vivo” meaning it has tremendous clinical relevance.
    Jorge.

    #88069

    dvjorge
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    LRHG wrote: Interesting. I wonder if any old cinammin oil would do and also if it is antibacterial as well.

    Guys,
    I am posting interesting articles, but this one call my attention a lot.
    They are mentioning curative effects and intestinal candidiasis.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254627212600260

    It looks like the Cinnamon Oil is fungicidal even for the resistant Candida Krusei.

    This was tested “in vivo” meaning it has tremendous clinical relevance.
    Jorge.

    Probably ! We need to research a little bit more.
    It looks promising. Does it ???

    Jorge.

    #88070

    LRHG
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    I think it looks very promising and it’s cheap and could probably be used in an enema.

    dvjorge wrote:

    Interesting. I wonder if any old cinammin oil would do and also if it is antibacterial as well.

    Guys,
    I am posting interesting articles, but this one call my attention a lot.
    They are mentioning curative effects and intestinal candidiasis.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254627212600260

    It looks like the Cinnamon Oil is fungicidal even for the resistant Candida Krusei.

    This was tested “in vivo” meaning it has tremendous clinical relevance.
    Jorge.

    Probably ! We need to research a little bit more.
    It looks promising. Does it ???

    Jorge.

    #88071

    dvjorge
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    LRHG wrote: I think it looks very promising and it’s cheap and could probably be used in an enema.

    Interesting. I wonder if any old cinammin oil would do and also if it is antibacterial as well.

    Guys,
    I am posting interesting articles, but this one call my attention a lot.
    They are mentioning curative effects and intestinal candidiasis.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254627212600260

    It looks like the Cinnamon Oil is fungicidal even for the resistant Candida Krusei.

    This was tested “in vivo” meaning it has tremendous clinical relevance.
    Jorge.

    Probably ! We need to research a little bit more.
    It looks promising. Does it ???

    Jorge.

    Yes, but it is very irritant. During a quick search I couldn’t find recommended oral dosage. I have not idea how it can be taken.

    Jorge.

    #88075

    raster
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    This is why the pumpkin pie muffin bread should be recommended; it also is anti-inflammatory from the pumpkin.

    I also know from personal experience that cinnamon heals leaky gut.

    -raster

    #88078

    Bucephalus
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    Yeah, I wrote to one of the authors of that article last week to find out more about the source of that medicine they were using. No response. I would be surprised if they don’t speak english though.

    As you read, their definition of “cure” is a little sketchy though.
    But still worth investigation.

    #88079

    Latka
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    Hi Raster,

    do you have a link to this pumpkin pie muffin bread recipe? I cannot seem to find it.

    And how did you use cinnamon to heal your leaky gut? I am basically just using it as a spice with pretty much everything these days.

    #88085

    LauraK
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    I would like the pumpkin pie muffin bread recipe also.
    Thanks, Laura

    #88088

    Javizy
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    Somebody already posted this research in the research section of the forum…

    https://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst4761_Anyone-seen-this.aspx

    #88096

    raster
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    Here’s the recipe:

    https://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst600_Pumpkin-Pie-Muffins.aspx

    You can either eat the cinnamon with foods as a spice, or you can get cinnamon pearls which contain more cinnamon.

    I eat this every day as my big starch item.

    Here’s the nutritional profile of pumpkin:

    http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2602/2

    -raster

    #88103

    M
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    If you’re on stage one of the forum diet I’d recommend trying pumpkin as a test item first to make sure you don’t suffer any reaction from it. I’ve had issues with pumpkin in the past. In very small amounts it doesn’t seem to bother me too much, but in larger amounts it creates all kinds of havoc. Pumpkin contains around 4-5 grams of sugar, as well as starch.

    #88104

    raster
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    Good point M, however if the whole loaf contains about 10g of sugar total, it is then spread across multiple slices, so its about 1g of sugar per serving (very low).

    It is something to be careful with of course like everything.

    -raster

    #88111

    ucantbevan
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    The pumpkin pie muffin bread sounds good.

    #88122

    dvjorge
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    Guys,
    The active antifungal substance present in Cinnamon Oil is Eugenol ( the same in Clove Oil ) you have to be very careful if someone is planning on ingesting it because it is very toxic to the liver. I haven’t found any paper documenting how safe it is when taken orally. If you find one, please share.
    I know about Eugenol since long time but never used it because its toxicity. Eugenol is a very powerful antifungal probably stronger than Carvacrol.

    Jorge.

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