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Indica440
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I had horrible bloating and gas. I never had this before, also slight pain in the GI. After a few hours i passed a slimy biofilm like structre that had filaments that looked like the one of the "candida salvia test" ... it was very strange to see that.

This may be candida + candida biofilm? Symptoms would also fit because i feel like i have candida as a coinfection since im ill.

What are the best herbs for candida? Im allergic to garlic. I know GSE but its too much for me (maybe because of too much die off...) so maybe someone could help me. Did anyone have a experience like this?

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minimonkey
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Yes, that sounds like candida in the gut, to me.

I found coconut oil to be the single most effective candida fighter I've ever used. If you aren't eating fats, you could perhaps try a caprylic acid supplement or Lauricidin, both of which are made from the medicinal properties of the coconut, I believe....

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minimonkey
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Also, Oil of Oregano is good (get the capsules -- the oil is nasty tasting). Have you tried adding the GSE in really, really slowly, or pulsing it?

I think most of us have Candida as a coinfection, even if we don't take antibiotics -- and of course it is much, much worse if we do take them!

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dbpei
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Olive Leaf Extract! I herxed pretty badly on this when I had a yeast infection.

http://www.truthaboutlymedisease.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=1931&view=next

There is lots of information on its anti-fungal properties further in this article.

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unsure445
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It sounds like the bile that came out of your gall bladder which is the purpose for doing the coffee enema to begin with.

Its a good thing.

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did you feel better after doin it, and it could be peices of parasites, keep us posted

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Indica440
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i actually feel worse after the enema. first 3 times i felt better now i feel like ****. fatigue, fatigue... fatigue!!! i also took zeolithe 30mins before the enema
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