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jenny76
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Hello there,

Just wondering if anyone has taken this product for yeast/candida. I know this is a HUGE problem for me and I need some help. Diflucan and Nystatin are not working.

Anyone recommend or not recommend this one? Also, just wondering if it's just me or if it's the product itself but it has a VERY strong smell. What is that??

Thank you all....

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sickpuppy
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I took Candida Clear by Now--seemed to help. Never took Yeast Cleanse.

You might want to look into Allicillin and pau d'arco tea. I have a good source for the latter if you're interested.

You doing an anti-candida diet too, right?

PS never smell your pills--quick down the hatch, haha!

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coconut oil.

i take candida clear.

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I've used Yeast Cleanse with very good results. For me it worked better than diflucan. I actually even herxed from it a little at first.

I think the strong odor/taste is tea tree oil.

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Thanks for the responses guys! I just was afraid to take something that will make me too sick as I am so sick already. I thought that the tea tree oil may be to blame for the strong smell. I was just concerned that there might be something in the pills that might harm me. I mean they smell STRONG!

I think I will start out slow. Maybe one pill a day and work up because I am so sensitive to oral meds.

Thanks again!! :-)

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