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- November 28, 2018 at 8:28 pm in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #177569
I’m happy someone did this.
Raster – I’ve come across a number of your posts in my research – dating back years.
Are you cured? Do you still have symptoms? Are you on any treatments currently?November 24, 2018 at 9:32 pm in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #177539
Thanks for your info. Very interesting.
I thought about the topic TH1/TH2 … What irritates me is the fact that peoble with Hashimoto (autimmune condition) very often suffer from a Candida overgrowth. But Hashimoto is (typically) linked to a TH1-dominance while Candida is linked to a TH2-dominance.
So, why then people with Hashimoto suffer so often from Candida? That would not make sense.
In my case I do not just a “Hashi” but also have Psoriasis (again typical for TH1 dominance). And I fight with Candida for years now.
Can you explain that?
(I hope my sentences are clear – I am not English speaking)
I’m sorry, I don’t have the knowledge to answer your questions. Best of luck.
If you have candida, you won’t cure it with diet alone.October 20, 2018 at 9:07 am in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #177285
Thank you very much for this post.
Should be very helpful.
Does anyone know what kind of diet he espoused other than “low carb”.
I wonder specifically what his stance was on the tastier things in the diet which are on the borderline of being permissible such as red peppers and tomatoes.
You’re welcome. Personally I’ve never come across a post of his that describes anything other than “low carb not no carb”.
I’m just assuming he means to eat some complex carbohydrates like vegetables, no simple carbs.
By the way jaw, have you encountered any evidence that Borax isn’t harmful to lactobacillus or bifidobacterium?
Curious about this as well.
Yep, I take a pretty high dosage as recommended for those suffering with candida. You have to remember that 10% of the borax is boron and thats what you want. I have had benefits with no side effects and have been taking it for quite a while, the only disadvantage may be the increased and longer erections. Some of the benefits include eyes looking better, being able to cheat on candida with less reactions, decreased symptoms, increased focus and calmness, stronger bones, more energy, most vivid dreams I have ever had etc. I personally take it 5 days on followed by 2 days off but am planning to take it more often but lower the dosage in the future. I would recommend everyone to look into the borax conspiracy and come to their own conclusion on using it.
Heres a link to a borax conspiracy article which mentions a special dosage for candida sufferers:
Heres a link to the testimony that originally made me consider it:
Wonderful. One last thing – is there a brand of Borax you prefer? Or do you use the often recommended 20 MULE?
You mentioned 5 days on and 2 off – is this for an extended period of time? Months? Indefinitely?
Honestly, I’m quite surprised that fruits are working for you. I usually assume that they never had candida in the first place or are at a low level of candida when someone claims they beat it with a fruit diet. In your case, however, 3 years is a long time and would indicate that you may have had a severe case of candida. Have you fully cured it yet?
I would recommend the turpentine protocol, although it may seem dangerous, if your consuming fruits. SunFruitDan has a few videos on the protocol and I tried it for quite some time while consuming high levels of fruits and felt better every day.
Im assuming your a vegan?
Most people blame animal products for their issues, a decent proportion of the vegan community has started experimenting with the carnivore diet because of the profound results that are gained. In terms of candida, the issue of Ammonia could be the reason why animal products make you feel bad, for me personally though, it had no effect and I felt very good on it.
The diet made complete sense to me as the no carbs or sugars in the diet make it a diet where candida can no longer thrive, I supplemented this with borax to kill candida and it proved to be effective.
If your candida is cured and you have no moral objection to meat consumption, then id recommend attempting a meat only diet as an experiment, it makes me feel so good and aware and I have chosen to stick with it as a lifestyle for the most part.
Do you take borax orally?
Are you not concerned about the information outlined in my previous post about candida and zero carb diets?
No worries, I don’t get offended easily and was more just joking around.
There’s no way I could eat raw fruits and vegetables – I already eat a ridiculous amount of meat and vegetables, and I’m only just able to maintain my weight. I don’t eat grains, wheat, dairy, or sugar at all. Moreover, it’s well-known that the sugar in fruit feeds Candida.
I was curious about water fasting recently, but decided against it. One of the reasons being the following post by dvjorge.
“Total sugar deprivation in the intestinal lumen encourage yeast to migrate and to digest tissues. Candida Albicans becomes more pathogenic when it transforms in a filamentous form.”
After some Googling, I’ve read Abel saying the same thing. My concern is that total deprivation of food would effectively train Candida to become even more resistant.
What are your reasons for water fasting? How do you feel it will help Candida?
Tell that to the rash I’ve had on my penis for the last 7 years.September 14, 2018 at 8:08 am in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #176968
So far struggling to retain them at all, I’m going to try them after 24h fasting and a colonic to see if that works better.
The most I could do with this protocol is once a week.
I’ve ordered raw Nystatin powder from Alibaba, will see how it compares to Fludan’s.
What is your source for Nystatin powder?
Got it from a naturopath. I thought fludan was done for? Their website lists a number, that’s it, and they _never_ answer or return messages. Assumed they were no longer a legitimate company.
Sidenote, make sure your Nystatin powder has no sugar.September 12, 2018 at 11:18 am in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #176943
The compilation you have achieved is invaluable!
How are you doing since starting the enemas?
I myself am on a protocol of daily garlic enemas (I know, it’s also antibacterial) as my source of powdered Nystatin with no added sugar is out of business.
I am planning to continue for 2 weeks and then go through probiotic retention enema for a week with 150 billion counts / 44 strains capsules.
Very glad you’ve found it useful.
The short answer is I haven’t started.
The longer answer is I’ve been busy – moved apartments. Then had to stop antifungals because of a surgery. Immediately the rash returned, which was totally disheartening considering I had been absolutely _strict_ with my diet for over a couple months, as well as taking natural antifungals. Since then, I haven’t restarted the antifungals and have loosened up my diet to allow for better mental health.
I have, however, acquired Nystatin powder with no sugar (for enemas), as well as a two week course of daily Difflucan. I plan to start these at the same time in combination with immune booster medication received from Naturopath.
How are you doing with the garlic enemas?
Im going to start taking 2, two to three times daily. If i dont notice a substancial difference from that dosage i dont think i will repurchase it. Its much too expensive for me and taking caprylic acid, oregano extract and garlic with NAC seems to work ok but ive heard sf722 is super effective. Ive had candida for about 7 to 8 years and i really just want it to be cured already:/ i feel like my current antifungals could be more effective and i want to try other options. This whole diet is costly and sometimes i feel like im putting my life on hold just to cure this thing. I hope it will be worth it. Cheers to those who replied , i wish u all luck x
Have you looked into dvjorge’s protocol? Specifically Nystatin enemas.
That does seem excessive (and very expensive). You will likely get the same or better results from a combination of 2-3 cheaper antifungals like caprylic acid, GSE, etc.
Careful recommending GSE – it acts like a broad spectrum antibiotic in how it kills both good and bad bacteria.
I find it excessive as well. I mean come on, they couldn’t have got the concentration down such that you only had to take 1 capsule, 3 times daily?
As someone who has dysphagia (difficulty swallowing – food, water, pills) I’m completely excluded from this product.July 28, 2018 at 12:00 am in reply to: dvjorge Protocol – slected research (contribution) #176479
Clandestine: you’re doing enemas? Have you done them from the start? Are they effective? I plan to only do them if I can’t completely remove the candida via antifungals & dietary changes.
I’m about to start doing them. I was able to acquire Nystatin powder without any added sugar.
Jorge feels that you cannot eliminate Candida with dietary changes alone. This is something that I tend to agree with and have found to be true over the last 8 years in suffering with this condition.
I’m hoping enemas will make a difference this time around – time will tell.