The Candida Solution - Stage 2 - The Anti-fungal Package
Step 2: Anti-fungal Package - Kill Candida Naturally
You will start taking antifungals during the second stage of the plan. Consider taking two or three natural antifungals to prevent the Candida colonies from adapting to a single treatment. Antifungals will starve the candida and will naturally kill it while making your gut unhospitable to bad bacteria.
1. Now Foods Candida Support & Detox - 90 Veg Capsules
Candida Support contains a combination of antifungal ingredients to fight Candida and rebalance your gut. It is a combination of traditional herbal ingredients (pau d'arco, black walnut and oregano oil), biotin (a B-complex vitamin) and caprylic acid (a naturally occurring fatty acid derived from plant oils) that may help to support a healthy balance of intestinal bacteria.
2. Now Foods Oregano Oil - Intestinal Support - 90 Softgels
Oregano oil is one of the most potent natural antifungals against Candida. The active antimicrobial ingredient found in oregano oil is carvacrol.
More recent scientific studies suggest that Oregano Oil may help to maintain healthy intestinal flora balance. Now Oregano Oil is standardized to ensure a minimum of 55% Carvacrol and the softgels are enteric coated so that the contents are released in the intestine.
3. Now Foods Pau D'Arco 500 mg - 90 Veg Capsules
Pau d’Arco helps to gently loosen the bowels, and also has antifungal and immune-stimulating properties.
4. Now Foods Odorless Garlic - 100 Softgels
Garlic is known to have positive biological effects on your immune system, cardiovascular system, cancers, and other conditions. It’s also known to slow the growth of the Candida fungus that causes yeast infections.
Garlic is known for its antibiotic qualities. Allicin — the major biologically active component of garlic — exhibits antibacterial and antifungal properties and is used in medical treatment and studies.
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Note: This does not constitute medical advice, always consult your GP if you are concerned about your health.