First, what is candida albicans?
Candida albicans is a diploid fungus that grows both as yeast and filamentous cells and a causal agent of opportunistic oral and genital infections in humans. Systemic fungal infections (fungemias) including those by Candida albicans have emerged as important causes of morbidity and mortality in immunocompromised patients (e.g., AIDS, cancer chemotherapy, organ or bone marrow transplantation). Candida albicans biofilms may form on the surface of implantable medical devices. In addition, hospital-acquired infections by Candida albicans have become a cause of major health concerns.
Candida albicans is commensal and a constituent of the normal gut flora comprising microorganisms that live in the human mouth and gastrointestinal tract. Candida albicans lives in 80% of the human population without causing harmful effects, although overgrowth of the fungus results in candidiasis (candidosis). Candidiasis is often observed in immunocompromised individuals such as HIV-infected patients. A common form of candidiasis restricted to the mucosal membranes in mouth or vagina is thrush, which is usually easily cured in people who are not immunocompromised. For example, higher prevalence of colonization of Candida albicans was reported in young individuals with tongue piercing, in comparison to unpierced matched individuals. To infect host tissue, the usual unicellular yeast-like form of Candida albicans reacts to environmental cues and switches into an invasive, multicellular filamentous form, a phenomenon called dimorphism
Candida Albicans, the natural treatment
Forget the commercial and "natural" treatments. Those removes only the effect, but not the cause. In our treatment we use garlic and water.
Crush some garlic, add, diluted with water, then hold it in the mouth, possibly dab the area with garlic juice. Continuously rinse mouth, and spit after a certain period of time (ideal 3-4 min). This operation is repeated several times per day, reducing the amount of water.
This treatment removes only the effect, not the cause.
For total elimination of candida albicans we should eat garlic. Gradually start by eating a small amount of garlic, but you should not do eat too much. It can be added to soups, broths, ...
Possible causes effects, overdose:
Colds -1-2 sessions, cough and runny nose (no stuffy nose), possibly a fake colds.
-very irritated nasal mucosa, respiratory discomfort (burning when breathing cold air)