I will occasionally experience itching in the places where I used to get the candida rash and open sores. I was wondering if when this itching happens it would be called a die-off reation or candida reaction? I don’t think it’s ever related to just one thing I eat, it usually happens after my period (which is when I used to get my bad rash and sores), but occasionally through out the month as well. Let me know what to think of these symptoms, sometimes it lasts a few hours, sometimes days. I just don’t know how to read this as a good (die off) sypmtoms or bad (candida)symptom.
This isn’t going to help much, Mstewart, but no one on the forum can tell you the source of the itching for absolute certain. If I had to guess, it would be die-off, but as I said, that’s only a guess. If you had the product Candida made by Native Remedies, you could test it since Candidate is able to stop die-off symptoms right after taking it. If it caused the itching to go away, then there’s a better chance that’s coming from die-off as opposed to Candida. By the way, Molybdenum doesn’t normally work this quickly, but on the other hand, Molybdenum will build up more and therefore offer a steady protection for the liver and kidneys.