Along with a low-sugar diet and using probiotics, antifungals are one of the three elements I recommend for any Candida treatment plan. With that said though there is no one size fits all when it comes to using antifungals so there is some trial and error needed to test what works for you.
General Guidelines for use
First you need to follow a Cleanse to flush your kidney and liver before starting antifungals.
Always leave a big gap such as 2-3 hours between taking your probiotic and your antifungal so the good bacteria doesn’t get destroyed.
From the below you’ll only need to use one or two so don’t get too overwhelmed. Test a variety to see what works best for you.
Include grapefruit seed extract, olive leaf extract, coconut oil, carprylic acid, oil of oregano, garlic, tea tree oil.
Lesser known antifungals
Include pau d’arco tea, wormwood, black seed oil, black walnut, goldenseal, colloidal silver and oxygen.
Include tanalbit, lufenuron, candex, SF722 (undecenoic acid), candiGone
Include cloves, thyme, aloe vera, apple cider vinegar, cinnamon and ginger
How long should you stay on antifungals?
How long you stay on antifungals depends on severity of symptoms and how long you have had it. If you are unsure book a breakthrough session with me to get more detailed info on dosage and specific treatment related info.