Indian Fire Tree bark tea anyone?

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    gcha8e
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    This was an expensive little remedy that a doctor sold us. We brewed it up and froze it in small cubes. It did not appear to make a big impact, but we did follow the advice to very gradually increase it by a teaspoon at a time.

    Anyone had experience using it to cure Candida?

    Thanks.

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    gcha8e wrote: This was an expensive little remedy that a doctor sold us. We brewed it up and froze it in small cubes. It did not appear to make a big impact, but we did follow the advice to very gradually increase it by a teaspoon at a time.
    Anyone had experience using it to cure Candida?

    You can take the tea just like any other antifungal for the infestation, but it won’t “cure” the infestation any more than other antifungals will. Plus, you’ll still have to address your immune system, liver and intestinal tract. Of course, you’ll also have to get rid of the causes of the Candida albicans, such as changing your diet. Plus, in order to change the environment of the Candida’s home you’ll need heavy doses of beneficial bacteria such as a high count of probiotics and kefir.

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    raster
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    There isn’t any one thing that will cure candida.

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    gcha8e
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    Thanks. We are working on the diet and so forth. At a nutritional meeting today we decided that kefir was actually causing the outbreaks because our kefir brew uses pure sugar. We’re going to quit the kefir and use a Natren probiotic instead.

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