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Jinna
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   Posted 9/24/2017 12:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Cold season is coming, and so is my chronic candida starting again...

Same story for the last 2 decades, minimum. Before it became chronic, it came and disappeared with all sorts of treatments. Until it got chronic, and like chronic borrelia, nothing worked properly, except for some candida nosodes that I used for so many years...

I started then fasting (just because I felt sick by the smell of food)...
Second day, introduced fruits.
Third day, raw veggies.
Fourth day, I had to introduce taro and sweet potatoes, as I started shaking (too weak to go for a walk).

so it's not really a fast, but I do what I can, as I'm too thin.
It feels like fasting somehow, a lot of things changing in the body.

Today, I felt candida symptoms everywhere.
It feels like a grey cloud inside my brain (we call that brain fog), on my spine (literal pain and stiffness), in my liver ( pain and stiffness), kidneys (pain), my gut starts gurgling sounds, my toes start getting red and inflammation slowly comes (but surely), my joints feel stiff...

Well, very much like Borrelia, but not as fast growing, not as invasive.
But similar.

I did loads of tapping, acupressure, still I feel anxiety slowly coming up (due to toxins and infection growing).

So I decided to try the biophoton treatment on candida, as I got some new candida nosodes.

So far so good. I need long term treatment, increasing dilutions, like I did with Borrelia.

I'm not sure the treatment will succeed, but I will try it - a copy-cat of what I did to Borrelia.

After I did the photon treatment, I even felt like eating again!

So I ate a small piece of a home made Greek moussaka!

I think my body refuses food as soon as I start feeling candida is re activating again.

In the last 4 years, I always fast in Autumn... I mean, my body wants me to fast, it sort of force me to go into fasting (as food makes me feel sick).

Whatever. I'll let you guys know, if this works!

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   Posted 9/24/2017 1:05 PM (GMT -7)   
Just as a note: I did the treatment for 15 minutes, and it felt really good.

All that grey cloud felt dissolving.

The neck unblocks like magic. The liver stops to be feeling clogged.
Pain in the kidneys gone.

Gut still making sounds.
Anxiety left me after my body got VERY CHILLY (after treatment).

then I ate the moussaka and felt warm again.
I used 2 nosodes on my solar plexus, did not ingest anything, like with Borrelia.

The feeling of relief is amazing.
I'm sure the infection is not gone, but the grey cloud feeling is gone.

My brain feels free to do other things.
It did remind me of my old Borrelia treatment.

If I only ingest these nosodes, the extent and depth of reach of the treatment is nothing compared to photooning these nosodes with infrared.

I wish you guys lived around my area: i would gladly do that for you with Borrelia nosodes!!!

Jinna
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   Posted 9/26/2017 2:46 AM (GMT -7)   
I did a foot bath with the infrared yesterday, to clean my skin again.

I've been herxing somewhat... Not too bad, just mildly. But liver is again with light stress, so back on chlorella, DE and whatever tests good..

I'm not fasting anymore. I just eat easy stuff to digest.

I had die off on my spine or nerves there. Not too bad, but certainly something.

I'm craving again oils (like avocado)... It probably means toxins.

I love a smoothy of avocado with banana (banana is my sweetener!), but today, it's not testing good (too sweet). So I decided to use coconut oil with avocado.

it gave me such a high feeling! like it acted as a strong antioxidant.
I felt the surge of energy almost immediately.

I recommend it! Quite nice feeling, that was basically my breakfast today!

Places with slight candida symptoms (or whatever...): right shoulder, one finger, toes are now under control...

Brain fog did not return, nor the fatigue, so far.

I'm going to try to copy, step by step, most steps I did with Bb long ago, meaning, increasing Candida nosode dilutions (biophoton treatment).

I'm using 3 strains (nosodes):
Candida albicans
Candida parapsilosis
Penicillum roquefortii

(from lower dilutions D3 to higher D200).

then move to C dilutions or introduce some Hapten nosodes (for antigen) to erase candida memory.

As I have a double infection (sometimes it's more albicans, other times it's more parapsilosis), and to complicate the story even Mucor racemosus or Mucor mucedo mix in the picture when my candidas go low gear, I may have to introduce these nosodes too...

Candida, due to its incredible pleomorphic forms, is MUCH more complex to treat than Borrelia, in my opinion.

That is why I always stopped treating it in the past, as my body finds homeostasis after a while (or hot weather comes and I get symptomless before I can go on with treatment...).. only to have it back again when autumn comes......

Post Edited (Jinna) : 9/26/2017 3:50:56 AM (GMT-6)


Jinna
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   Posted 9/26/2017 3:07 AM (GMT -7)   
http://www.semmelweis.de/pdf/32_jonas_candida.pdf

For those who read German, candida parapsilosis has been with me for decades...

It causes several neurological damage, it can even kill foetus in a pregnant woman.
It infects the eyes, mucosa, liver, spleen, ascendant colon, ovaries, vagina, cause severe damage on the CNS, looking very much like a meningoencephalitis.

The paper says that in a matter of minutes, the number of candida organisms skyrocket.
It easily cause food allergies, peroxides, alcohols, aldehydes, ..

It is a hard infection to eliminate, and dependent on the damage of the CNS.

they propose a treatment with Cand paraps nosodes, plus that trio above, plus Acetylcholine injections from Heel on damaged nerves, wobyenzyme, gluten free diet...


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So now, I'll stop being here and do my kimchi probiotic for the whole month!!!! turn

Post Edited (Jinna) : 9/26/2017 4:10:32 AM (GMT-6)


Jinna
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   Posted 9/26/2017 1:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Kimchi is done, and I ate some of it. Not yet really fermented, but this thing is strong, even not fermented yet.

I feel my joints aching (ankles) hours after ingestion.
I think it's allicin cleaning joints.

I feel a bit 'high', like drunk. A bit like when I was taking LOADS of frozen garlic pills in the past!!

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I have been re-thinking about kimchi: the reason why Koreans invented it, was to PRESERVE fish.

Can you imagine they eat raw fish, raw squid, raw shrimps, just because they leave them in kimchi (with cabbage, garlic, onions etc)?? for months and months?

If you still do not believe the POWER of probiotics and allicin, well, just think about it: how can a RAW SQUID be preserved out of the refrigerator in the cellar or whatever place that is a bit cold, for MONTHS or even YEARS without preservatives?

If probiotic bacteria and super-concentrate of allicin can do that, fight those meat-rot bacteria, think about what it can do to Borrelia and other gut pathogens!

Post Edited (Jinna) : 9/26/2017 3:01:18 PM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 9/26/2017 2:11 PM (GMT -7)   
frightening but amazing what you go through with this stuff.

how do you get chronic candida and more importantly how do you get rid of it?

why can't your body rid itself of this? is your body/immune system permanently compromised?

i just don't understand much about how this can be chronic versus say a pathogen like lyme or babesia? i guess the same?

would a strong anti-fungal in the realm of what kills c-diff do the same here and permanently eradicate it or are you compromised somehow where you can ever fully rid yourself of it?

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   Posted 9/26/2017 7:36 PM (GMT -7)   
Jinna said...
Kimchi is done, and I ate some of it. Not yet really fermented, but this thing is strong, even not fermented yet.

I feel my joints aching (ankles) hours after ingestion.
I think it's allicin cleaning joints.

I feel a bit 'high', like drunk. A bit like when I was taking LOADS of frozen garlic pills in the past!!

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I have been re-thinking about kimchi: the reason why Koreans invented it, was to PRESERVE fish.

Can you imagine they eat raw fish, raw squid, raw shrimps, just because they leave them in kimchi (with cabbage, garlic, onions etc)?? for months and months?

If you still do not believe the POWER of probiotics and allicin, well, just think about it: how can a RAW SQUID be preserved out of the refrigerator in the cellar or whatever place that is a bit cold, for MONTHS or even YEARS without preservatives?

If probiotic bacteria and super-concentrate of allicin can do that, fight those meat-rot bacteria, think about what it can do to Borrelia and other gut pathogens!



That is correct. Kimchi is very effective. It kicks my ass every time I eat it and apparently candida's too. I had to titrate the dose to 1 drop of Kimchi juice though, and believe it or not, it's effective for me. My tendon/muscle pain, rashes, fatigue start to subside 2 to 3 days later. As soon as I stop taking it, the symptoms appear again.

Currently 1 drop is too much for me right to actually take it everyday. So I put that drop in 2 tablespoons of water and take 1 drop of that. It's still effective and I'm able to take it almost everyday without the very intense fatigue and brain fog that a higher dose gives me.

This whole microdosing and it's effective has me impressed. At the same time I think about the probably minuscule amount of material that it took for whatever organism to infect me with borrelia (millions/billions of bacteria contained in a small amount of fluid) and it all makes sense.
First symptoms in 2014.

Diagnosed in May 2017:
•Borrelia Burgdorferi
•Bartonella
•Babesia
(DNAConnexions PCR)

Other Conditions:
•CBS(+/-), MTHFR(+/-) mutations

Started treatment in May 2017:
•Dr. Zhang's herbal protocol

Lapis_29
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   Posted 9/26/2017 8:40 PM (GMT -7)   
studies have shown that DMSO inhibits candida growth. It also calms down inflammation in the gut and promotes healing of the gut lining

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18451594

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1567-1364.12091/full

rub some on your tummy and lower tummy,

best recipe is 80% PHARMA grade DMSO, 20% 'bio alternatives' brand liquid B12. works wonders.

have you tried pectin on an empty stomach? helps to bind fungus'

The Warrior
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   Posted 9/27/2017 8:48 AM (GMT -7)   
I have not tried pectin, have you? How did it go?


Lapis_29 said...
studies have shown that DMSO inhibits candida growth. It also calms down inflammation in the gut and promotes healing of the gut lining

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18451594

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1567-1364.12091/full

rub some on your tummy and lower tummy,

best recipe is 80% PHARMA grade DMSO, 20% 'bio alternatives' brand liquid B12. works wonders.

have you tried pectin on an empty stomach? helps to bind fungus'

First symptoms in 2014.

Diagnosed in May 2017:
•Borrelia Burgdorferi
•Bartonella
•Babesia
(DNAConnexions PCR)

Other Conditions:
•CBS(+/-), MTHFR(+/-) mutations

Started treatment in May 2017:
•Dr. Zhang's herbal protocol

Jinna
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   Posted 9/27/2017 2:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Rikky1 said...
frightening but amazing what you go through with this stuff.

how do you get chronic candida and more importantly how do you get rid of it?

why can't your body rid itself of this? is your body/immune system permanently compromised?

i just don't understand much about how this can be chronic versus say a pathogen like lyme or babesia? i guess the same?

would a strong anti-fungal in the realm of what kills c-diff do the same here and permanently eradicate it or are you compromised somehow where you can ever fully rid yourself of it?


Ricky, I got skin candida in my early 20s. It was not chronic, just came and went away with topic creams.
Then some time later, it returned, then I knocked it down again easily.

Slowly, but surely, it kept coming back, I thought it was only skin, and knocked it fine. But it was getting harder every time.

Until no topic cream helped anymore. So I started foot baths with salt.

Years passed, and then my feet candida returned every winter, in coldest months.
People call that chill blains. I know mine are candida, and I'm sure chillblains are candida for many people, but they do not know.

It's very different from athlete's foot, because it does not come in between the toes, but outside.
Then I realized I had fatigue, brain fog.

I only used normal ways people use to get rid of skin candida. It took me many years, to discover that the origin of candida was in the gut, to see the relation between that and food allergies I was getting, etc.

Years passed and I started living my life with more candida (I could live 10 months a year with active candida), and only 2 months free of it. That was the bottom of candida for me. Waaay too bad.

I never enjoyed sugar my whole life, probably because of candida. I felt it did harm to me, even though I did not know it fed my gut candida.

In the last 20 years, I have it every year during cold months.
Now, the number of months I'm with active candida has lowered to about 2, 3 months.

I used Pleomorphic remedies in the last 15 years, and it did help.
Then did heavy metal chelation, of all sorts, and it helped (but it's slow!!).
I have used some anti parasitic treatment, but I'm not sure it helped.

Progress is very slow.
Lyme came, and went, but candida never went.

Lyme was chronic, but it was somewhat easier to make it dormant, in my case.
I have lived with candida too long, I suppose. For me, candida is MUCH harder, much more chronic that Borrelia ever was...

After lyme was gone, I only treated candida when it got active.
When lyme was gone, I was in my early 40s. I had no other problem than skin candida.

With the years, I started developing some joint pain. Nothing as bad as during lyme, but slowly, some joints started being painful. My tests showed candida.

In fact, when I attack candida, the joints do herx, and I get some benefit.
Like with kimchi: I do herx in my joints.

But I also herx with Candida parapsilosis nosodes. Sometimes with canidida albicans nosodes. Sometimes with the penicillum roquefortii nosode. But this one, usually in the gut.

It' is a long story. I'm glad to read in the paper above in German that doctors believe Candida parapsilosis appear not in extreme immuno compromised patients, as normally thought (like AIDS patients only...).

They believe that it can appear in people with stronger immune systems.
In my case, I'm hoping my nerves haven't been totally fried by it. I'm more than 50 though.

In my experience, strong treatments do not work for chronic candida.

They will make it fully into a sort of dormant form, and it will encourage them to return, even more aggressively.

That has been my experience of these last 30 years...

Never attack chronic candida frontally, but only side ways (like giving good probiotics but not too much at a time), or using foot baths / detox substances ( such as chelators, and binders)...

Candida is fully pleomorphic, so you can't really 'kill' it, in the sense of eradication.
It simply changes form.

Only homeostasis / milieu treatment can deal with candida, as the bad type of candida IS genetically the same good type of candida. The milieu encourages it to change the way it wants to.

In my case, sugar has nothing to do with activating candida. I rarely eat sugar and I even dislike added sugar.
It is cold weather that brings me candida. I just wait for colder days, and it's my ON button.

During hotter months, my immune system manages to keep it like almost dormant.

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   Posted 9/27/2017 2:41 PM (GMT -7)   
To the Warrior:

Sorry about your candida.
But I do BELIEVE you about the one drop of kimchi.

Do you make it at home? How long do you ferment it?

I can eat a lot, because I keep candida low-active with nosodes.

But I know people that would just die of herxes if they eat more than a tea spoon a day!

One way to make the process of ingesting kimchi more acceptable, in my feeling, is the following:

1. make it home made, full of garlic, ginger, onions... like usual

2. start eating it from DAY 1, before it truly ferments.
This way, you can get all fresh allicin, ginger effect and enjoy your salad, so to say.
It is delicious, in my opinion.

I added fennel to make it sweater..
You'll get some cleansing effect and some killing effect though (even parasites may go, many bacteria, etc). But not in excess.

3. Eat it every day, and don't leave it ferment in too warm rooms, but the coolest part of your house, so that it ferments just a bit every day.

I guess like this, your body may get slowly used to the probiotic bacteria that slowly grows.

I read some research on kimchi, done by South Koreans. They said (different papers) that the amount and colonies of bacteria change during fermentation.

If you eat it daily, you'll get all these colonies.

The colonies stabilize in the 14th day of fermentation (2 weeks), meaning, after that, you'll be eating the same type of probiotics, for the next months to come.

so I do a batch for a month... I like when it is still fresh (up to 2 weeks)...

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   Posted 9/27/2017 2:43 PM (GMT -7)   
As for DMSO, thank you for the tip Lapis.

If I get brave, I'll try it.


I did take EDTA in the past (with phospholipids) and I swear, I felt like dying. It was waay too strong for me.

Would you have a brand you recommend?

Thanks!!

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   Posted 9/27/2017 2:43 PM (GMT -7)   
Having it every year for 2-3 months? That's crappy.

"In my experience, strong treatments do not work for chronic candida"

Jinna - have you ever tried doing a course of Diflucan?
It is known to work.


Of course we don't completely irradicate it, because it's always in our intestines - but knock it down so its not an overgrowth situation.

Have you read Pirouette's Yeast/Fungal overgrowth post in the New to Lyme Thread?
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   Posted 9/27/2017 5:18 PM (GMT -7)   
The Warrior said...
I have not tried pectin, have you? How did it go?


Lapis_29 said...
studies have shown that DMSO inhibits candida growth. It also calms down inflammation in the gut and promotes healing of the gut lining

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18451594

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1567-1364.12091/full

rub some on your tummy and lower tummy,

best recipe is 80% PHARMA grade DMSO, 20% 'bio alternatives' brand liquid B12. works wonders.

have you tried pectin on an empty stomach? helps to bind fungus'


it works well for mold toxicity and since yeast and mold are both fungus' seems it would work for candida also

I believe it works best to add it to water, wait 20 minutes then drink that rather than taking a dry pill supplement.

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   Posted 9/27/2017 5:22 PM (GMT -7)   
Jinna said...
As for DMSO, thank you for the tip Lapis.

If I get brave, I'll try it.






its really not scary at all. if you dillute it to 80/20 its extremely mild.

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   Posted 9/28/2017 2:43 AM (GMT -7)   
Lapis,

I'm going to order it here in Germany. Pretty inexpensive stuff.

I don't know how to add B12 liquid (as the B12 dissolves in oil, as far as I know...), but I suppose the DMSO has alcohol that will dissolve the oil?!

Do you think it will work?

Do you drink this stuff or just apply to the skin?

You can be sure I'll react badly with it.
I react to most things that help detox...

Read the article below.

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The usual oral dose of DMSO is one teaspoon per day of DMSO 70% (Morton, 1993). But since it can trigger detoxification reactions and DMSO’s total excretion from the body can take several days, it is best to do it only once a week.

Start with half a teaspoon of DMSO 50% and increase to a teaspoon of DMSO 70% only if any possible detoxification reaction is well tolerated.

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DMSO can assist in Heavy Metal Detoxification.

Heavy metals (mercury, lead, aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, nickel ) are very difficult to detoxify from, and they are the root of many diseases.

Sulfur is a mineral and a major ingredient of certain amino acids, which bind with minerals or heavy metals.

Body drops heavy metals for minerals, which in this case would be sulfur.

Amino acids substitute sulfur for toxic heavy metals, bind with them, and eliminate them via urination, defecation and sweating.

Sulphur and especially DMSO is a powerful detoxifier, containing antitumour activities.

It eliminates toxic chemicals from the body cells, especially via the liver.

The sulfur switches on liver enzymes to action the detoxification process.

It is regarded as one of the most detoxifying of all natural chemicals. DMSO is non-toxic.

The most commonly reported side effects include headaches and burning and itching on contact with the skin.

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Lapis, if I don't react badly to it, I'll send you a gift!!!!smile

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   Posted 9/28/2017 2:52 AM (GMT -7)   
Girlie said...
Having it every year for 2-3 months? That's crappy.

"In my experience, strong treatments do not work for chronic candida"

Jinna - have you ever tried doing a course of Diflucan?
It is known to work.


Of course we don't completely irradicate it, because it's always in our intestines - but knock it down so its not an overgrowth situation.

Have you read Pirouette's Yeast/Fungal overgrowth post in the New to Lyme Thread?


I don't remember which drugs MDs gave me during these 30 years...

I certainly ingested anti fungal drugs in the past, and they did work. Until next relapse!!

I can't remember brand names, and as I lived in different countries / continents, well, it doesn't matter.

Diminishing candida, knocking it down, is as 'easy' as knocking symptoms of active lyme.

It may work, or partially work, until you relapse. Very much like lyme.

I've long passed the phase of short term treatments for acute candidas.

As I said, they do work, temporarily, but do not solve the base problem.

I'm symptomless at this moment, but that means NILL to me.

I know photons will work for a while, as I couple biophotons with pleomorphic remedies.

Yep, definitively, 2-3 months / year sucks.

But 10 months sucked more!! smile

I know I'm slowly improving...

I'm sticking to my low gear 'killing', pleomorphic remedies, live probiotics.

I'll try to add more sulphur (I already take MSM) in the form of DMSO as proposed by Lapis, just to see.

Post Edited (Jinna) : 9/28/2017 3:56:34 AM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 9/28/2017 3:11 AM (GMT -7)   
A note about biophotons + Borrelia nosodes for lyme:

As with biophotons + Candida nosodes for candida or general fungal infections, the good part of biophoton treatment is that you do it just once a week.

That is the anti-microbial part of the treatment. And that's it.
For lyme, it took me from 3 to 15 minutes a week!!

for candida, it took me 15 minutes / week.

The rest of the time, I feel free to look into alternatives to help me (food, detox, foot baths, supplements, acupressure, massages...)

I don't feel the need to look for and ingest candida killers, like herbs, etc.
Energetically, they even test bad: not allowed!

While doing photons, all immuno boosters also test bad energetically.
you may even not take them! It does save time.

So really, one of the great advantages of using biophotons coupled with nosodes is FREE TIME to treat the problem through other angles (detox, support minierals, vitamins, lymphatic drainage...)

Example: now I feel relaxed, practically 100% symptom free (because I caught candida when it just started), so I have time, energy and motivation to go on treating me with other supportive therapies.

It's very different than being submerged on a frenzy schedule to fit in all my antimicrobials and immune modulators / boosters every hour or every 2 or 3 hours, and still feel crap while doing that several times a day...

I've been through that for years!!!

Herxes are much more under control with biophotons + nosodes, WITHOUT ups and downs, because pleomorphic remedies or nosodes use the body's intelligence to kill: the immune system decides when and how much to kill, not like an imposed treatment, be it Rife frequencies or chemicals or herbs.

some people barely feel herxes with nosodes + biophotons.

During lyme, I did have herxes, but they came days after treatment, and were not exponentially growing. They grew slowly and steadily, until they diminished, slowly and steadily until the next week's treatment.

You kind of have your life back, IN SPITE of treating chronic infections, that's how I would summarize the biggest advantage of biophoton treatment in my case.

and the free time you have, if you fill it with good detox, good nutrition, well, these combined treatments do make a difference in the end.

The fact that the ANS seems to calm down, and pull anxiety away is also a plus, because I can sleep better, digestion works better, etc.

Post Edited (Jinna) : 9/28/2017 4:21:44 AM (GMT-6)


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   Posted 9/28/2017 2:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Jinna! it's good to see someone doesn't think it's such a crazy idea.

And I buy my kimchi at the health store. It's artisanal, organic, has no sugar added, and has no additives.

I've done my own kimchi in the past, I can try to do it again. What you say about eating it while it begins to ferment to start getting used to it makes a lot of sense.

Thank you for all the recos!


Jinna said...
To the Warrior:

Sorry about your candida.
But I do BELIEVE you about the one drop of kimchi.

Do you make it at home? How long do you ferment it?

I can eat a lot, because I keep candida low-active with nosodes.

But I know people that would just die of herxes if they eat more than a tea spoon a day!

One way to make the process of ingesting kimchi more acceptable, in my feeling, is the following:

1. make it home made, full of garlic, ginger, onions... like usual

2. start eating it from DAY 1, before it truly ferments.
This way, you can get all fresh allicin, ginger effect and enjoy your salad, so to say.
It is delicious, in my opinion.

I added fennel to make it sweater..
You'll get some cleansing effect and some killing effect though (even parasites may go, many bacteria, etc). But not in excess.

3. Eat it every day, and don't leave it ferment in too warm rooms, but the coolest part of your house, so that it ferments just a bit every day.

I guess like this, your body may get slowly used to the probiotic bacteria that slowly grows.

I read some research on kimchi, done by South Koreans. They said (different papers) that the amount and colonies of bacteria change during fermentation.

If you eat it daily, you'll get all these colonies.

The colonies stabilize in the 14th day of fermentation (2 weeks), meaning, after that, you'll be eating the same type of probiotics, for the next months to come.

so I do a batch for a month... I like when it is still fresh (up to 2 weeks)...

First symptoms in 2014.

Diagnosed in May 2017:
•Borrelia Burgdorferi
•Bartonella
•Babesia
(DNAConnexions PCR)

Other Conditions:
•CBS(+/-), MTHFR(+/-) mutations

Started treatment in May 2017:
•Dr. Zhang's herbal protocol

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   Posted 9/28/2017 7:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Jinna said...
Lapis,

I'm going to order it here in Germany. Pretty inexpensive stuff.

I don't know how to add B12 liquid (as the B12 dissolves in oil, as far as I know...), but I suppose the DMSO has alcohol that will dissolve the oil?!

Do you think it will work?

Do you drink this stuff or just apply to the skin?

You can be sure I'll react badly with it.
I react to most things that help detox...

Read the article below.

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The usual oral dose of DMSO is one teaspoon per day of DMSO 70% (Morton, 1993). But since it can trigger detoxification reactions and DMSO’s total excretion from the body can take several days, it is best to do it only once a week.

Start with half a teaspoon of DMSO 50% and increase to a teaspoon of DMSO 70% only if any possible detoxification reaction is well tolerated.

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DMSO can assist in Heavy Metal Detoxification.

Heavy metals (mercury, lead, aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, nickel ) are very difficult to detoxify from, and they are the root of many diseases.

Sulfur is a mineral and a major ingredient of certain amino acids, which bind with minerals or heavy metals.

Body drops heavy metals for minerals, which in this case would be sulfur.

Amino acids substitute sulfur for toxic heavy metals, bind with them, and eliminate them via urination, defecation and sweating.

Sulphur and especially DMSO is a powerful detoxifier, containing antitumour activities.

It eliminates toxic chemicals from the body cells, especially via the liver.

The sulfur switches on liver enzymes to action the detoxification process.

It is regarded as one of the most detoxifying of all natural chemicals. DMSO is non-toxic.

The most commonly reported side effects include headaches and burning and itching on contact with the skin.

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Lapis, if I don't react badly to it, I'll send you a gift!!!!smile


I would not drink it straightaway.

Apply a very small amount to the skin, see how you react. Then apply a bit more the next day.

Keep applying it and see how you do, guage how you react and listen to your body.

Dmso has magical properties, it will combine with water AND oil! its amazing. If you mix the B12 in, just get liquid B12 with no additives, no flavoring (I use 'bio - alternatives' brand but not sure if they ship to germany.

Also i hope you ordered Pharma grade DMSO.

if you dont want to do the B12, you can apply it to your skin straight, but it will burn for about 20 minutes or so. dillute it 80/20 with water to reduce burning sensation, but diluting it does lessen its potency.

once you feel comfortable with it, apply it everywhere you have pain. Let me know when you are ready to drink it and I will give you more info then.

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   Posted 9/29/2017 10:49 AM (GMT -7)   
The Warrior said...
Jinna! it's good to see someone doesn't think it's such a crazy idea.

And I buy my kimchi at the health store. It's artisanal, organic, has no sugar added, and has no additives.

I've done my own kimchi in the past, I can try to do it again. What you say about eating it while it begins to ferment to start getting used to it makes a lot of sense.

Thank you for all the recos!



I thought about you today Warrior!

I ate a big bowl of kimchi, I could not stop eating this stuff.

I think my body was super craving this. I love it!!!!

It starting to ferment, as acid taste is showing up now.

I hope I won't collapse!!!

I barely see signs of active candida now except for my liver stressed (and somewhat kidneys....).

These candida toxins are almost as bad as Borrelia toxins....

Yep, maybe you could give a try to do it at home.

If you try day 1 and react, it means you are reacting mostly to allicin or ginger, not exactly from probiotics.

It can give you a hint that your body needs allicin or garlic or chili. All are antimicrobials or antiparasitic.

If you don't react, or barely react to day 1 kimchi, then it points to probiotics as the main culprit for your overreaction.

It means you could add stuff like olive leaf oil, candida nosodes to help your microbiota get rid of candida.

Just a guess, by trial and error. But this stuff is strong!

I did one batch without chili, and that is the one I'm eating.

With chili, it burns my organs, so I can't eat as much. The next glass has chili... Let's see.

I wonder, if parasites survive kimchi in great amounts....... Rotting fish bacteria doesn't !

I wonder what would be the effect of kimchi on lyme in the gut (not on candida).....

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   Posted 9/29/2017 10:51 AM (GMT -7)   
Lapis, do you take MSM? It's also organic sulphur.

I take it often, and it does not cause me ill effects.

OK, I won't drink this stuff at first...

Do you drink it?

B12 liquid is oil, right? Which brand do you use, may I ask you?

Thanks for the tips!

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   Posted 9/29/2017 11:12 AM (GMT -7)   
Jinna said...
Lapis, do you take MSM? It's also organic sulphur.

I take it often, and it does not cause me ill effects.

OK, I won't drink this stuff at first...

Do you drink it?

B12 liquid is oil, right? Which brand do you use, may I ask you?

Thanks for the tips!


I do not take MSM, maybe I should?

B12 is water soluble, I use "bio-alternatives" brand liquid B12 at bio-alternatives.net

I drink DMSO sometimes, it does cause a bit of stomach discomfort for me, but its also really powerful so...

lately I have just been rubbing it on my stomach and lower stomach area, and private parts and its working wonderfully, bowels working better than they have in years. Just be sure the area that you use it on is CLEAN and STERILE!!

I use 91% isopropyl alcohol to sterilize.

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   Posted 9/30/2017 9:43 AM (GMT -7)   
I don't know if you should take MSM.

I love this stuff, it's powerful for binding toxins and it never really made me feel bad like phospholipids, EDTA, zeolites, cilantro, etc...

so basically you use this topically. Great to know.

I'm not ingesting that!

I hate alcohol on my skin...

I love to let my skin bacteria live in peace, and I usually refuse to use soaps, even.

Why does it have to be sterile?
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I continue to use my QAT discs on my tummy area and more or less, whole body, and they are helping me to stop candida development, I'm getting pretty sure about it.

I'll have soon to make a second biophoton treatment with nosodes though, but I can't stop playing with the quantum discs.

I'm trying to understand how the heck can candida go backwards just by re-connecting nerves to my brain?
I know that the gut is FULL of nerves, that controls the peristaltic movements in the gut...

When I use the QAT discs there, I feel the relaxation of gut muscles!!! then it does some noises, and about 2 hours later, I see that the flare (that was going to come, usually after a meal), does not develop at all.

Of course I could use my nosodes and stop candida where it is, but I'm really puzzled by these quantum connected devices.

anyway...

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   Posted 9/30/2017 2:56 PM (GMT -7)   
So basically a nosode is a homeopathic dilution? How about a biophoton? (I was thinking that the latter was a device haha)
First symptoms in 2014.

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•Bartonella
•Babesia
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Started treatment in May 2017:
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