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Re: Benefit/Risk Usefulness of various "Kill" antimicrobials used to treat dysbiosis
 
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Re: Benefit/Risk Usefulness of various "Kill" antimicrobials used to treat dysbiosis


Thanks for helping. The book brilliant so many links to research . It's so hard to work out what kills your good bacteria. Most candida supplements do and I'm sure that's why people end up having this problem for years.

I'm going to give up the borax it's too much of a mad plan and probably kills your good bacteria .

And swop to the cinnamon oil clove oil and coconut oil.at least there been studies that these don't too much disturb your good bacteria
The book seems keen on gymnema sylverstre which is interesting because I have not tried it before. ( but I can't find the effect on good bacteria of that?)
And enzymes
I not really tired saccharomyces for years mainly because it effects yeast antibody tests and I been trying to see if my antibodies go down when I try different treatments . But having read others are gettting such good results I feel I should just give it a go.

I will try the enemas.
 

 
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