long term anti fungals?

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    lewis0121
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    When I take oregano oil I feel great but it is suggested not to use anti fungals long term.

    My question is if anti fungals are providing relief and eliminating candida why the HELL not cant I take it long term? LIKE WTF isn’t this a cure by eliminating the candida anyway?!

    I don’t understand, of course cutting out sugar and refined carbs helps but if anti fungals kill the remainder of the candida the why can I not take it long term AND WHY DONT OTHER PEOPLE TOO?

    this seems like a cure and its really peeing me off.

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    lewis0121
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    I hear people going on and on about the candida wont go away, well, why arnt they megadosing on anti fungals to eliminate candida? I don’t care about the health implications I would rather live the next 10 years happy and then have a F liver but some people on here have tried everything and nothing worked so why isn’t everyone just taking anti fungals?

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    raster
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    Eventually the yeast will adapt to the oregano oil and won’t die from it. It adapts to most of the things you throw at it.

    -raster

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    Rabelais
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    It also adapts to a sugarless environment.

    Rabelais

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    lewis0121
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    apparently it cant adapt to coconut oil because there are multiple anti fungals in it….

    on a side note, does anyone react to fat negatively? my symptoms decresed a lot when consuming less fat AND sugar.

    Pretty much anything tasty

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