Thyme Oil

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    Able900
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    A new antifungal which can be alternated along with the other antifungals has been added to the list on the protocol page.
    This natural antifungal is thyme red oil.

    Studies done in vivo using both oregano and thyme oil resulted in these oils being similar as far as their antifungal properties are concerned.

    Sources: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry and Journal of Applied Microbiology

    By the way, the antifungals on the list that should be alternated every two weeks are:
    Grapefruit seed extract
    Oil of Oregano
    Red Thyme Oil
    Caprylic Acid Capsules

    Able

    #73916

    carla mc
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    is there any difference btwn taking caprylic acid caps vs taking spoonfuls of it? how does this differ from eating virgin coconut oil? a fatty acid chain chemical thing?

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    Able900
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    carla mc wrote: is there any difference btwn taking caprylic acid caps vs taking spoonfuls of it? how does this differ from eating virgin coconut oil? a fatty acid chain chemical thing?

    This is explained in the protocol post.

    Quote: “Caprylic acid is a supplement obtained from coconut oil and is the antifungal component of the oil. Candida albicans are believed to be able to adapt to Caprylic acid capsules after 6-8 weeks on the diet while it cannot adapt easily to undecenoic acid (SF722). On the other hand, pure coconut oil contains Caprylic acid with additional benefits, and Candida cannot adapt to it easily if at all, plus it’s capable of changing the environment of the intestines to a less hospitable environment for Candida albicans.”

    Able

    #73984

    Chlofloso
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    Hi Able,

    I couldn’t find anything on the forum on cloves oil (suggested by the website). Is this not efficient against Candida, or why is it not on the protocol?

    Chloë

    #73985

    Able900
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    Chlofloso wrote: I couldn’t find anything on the forum on cloves oil (suggested by the website). Is this not efficient against Candida, or why is it not on the protocol?

    Cloves are on the allowed foods list under herbs, and a link to the allowed foods list is on the protocol post. A lot of the herbs on the list are there because of their antifungal properties. If you wish to use any of the allowed herbs in tincture form, of course that’s acceptable for the treatment.

    By the way, the forum’s information posts are not fashioned from the information on the website, and vice versa.

    Able

    #73987

    Chlofloso
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    Thanks. I saw that it was on the allowed foods, but was wondering if it’s useful as an antifungal.

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