Medical & HealthCandida Help- Attack The Biofilm With Enzymes

Candida Help- Attack The Biofilm With Enzymes

Candida is an overgrowth of yeast in the body. Some of the drugs we take can be the cause of it happening. Drugs like antibiotics. There are drugs that doctors sometimes prescribe to kill off the excess yeast but then the body creates biofilms and the yeast hides (becomes resistant) to the drugs. In this article from The Healthy Home Economist you will find that the symptoms of yeast overgrowth are.
skin rashes such as acne and eczema
mucous build up in the throat nose and lungs
sinus infections
Itching genital infections
athlete’s foot
nail fungus (usually occurring in the toenails).

And Chronic Yeast Overgrowth Can Cause.
brain fog
poor concentration
mood swings”
The article then goes on to tell us that this can be controlled using certain enzymes that help destroy the biofilm and then get rid of the yeast. From researching I have found this is also good for folks that have lyme or heavy metal toxins. The one thing not mentioned in the article but that I found in my research is that if you start taking the enzymes you can have a reaction that to some may be kind of scary. It doesn’t happen to everyone but to some. It is called Herxheimer Reaction oe sometime Herxing. and it is from the yeast and viruses and fungus dying off and being sent to the blood stream for removal and they are entering the blood stream faster than the body can get rid of them. So if you have yeasts or viruses say in a painful joint, then as the yeast or virus is killed off that area may actually feel worse as the die off happens. It is temporary and as you stick to the enzymes it will ease as your body catches up with eliminating the die off. Drinking extra water and taking soaks in the tub with epsom salts to help detox you will help. You can read more about Herxheimer Reaction on Lemon and Lyme.


Click here for more:


Lauricidin 227 gram 8oz jar

Klaire Labs InterFase Plus 120 vcaps


Visit us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google + or send an email to [email protected] to join our single daily email that contains all of that day’s articles.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

Subscribe Today


Get unlimited access to our EXCLUSIVE Content and our archive of subscriber stories.

Exclusive content

Latest articles

Popular Articles

More articles