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Re: Heavy metals and candida
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Published: 12 years ago
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Re: Heavy metals and candida

actually yes, indeed. A couple weeks ago, I contacted a microbiologist friend of mine (40 years experience for the Canadian govnmt; he knows his stuff); he said that precisely any antimicrobial wouldn't work for me until the heavy metal load is way down.

My lead levels are 27mg whereas the general population has an average of 2mg!!! I've read that people who have 3mg get sick more (with chronic illness, cancer, etc) and die sooner than the 2mg people...

So my friend advised that I absolutely must bring my levels below 5mg. And I think this will take long and a lot of work.

I assume then that until the lead and other toxic metals and pollutants are way down, taking herbs will not do the job - and they haven't.

I am now on my third course of antiprotozoan herbs (first the Eclectic Institute formula, then ayurvedic herbs against ameobas and giardias, now chinese Wormwood ) and they haven't worked. They diminish the infection (I've got cryptosporidium AND some candida); symptoms go down. But if I stop or even miss a dose, the parasites take over again.

Which shows that my immune system has way not kicked in yet.


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