Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for February 21, 2007

The Candida organism is extremely resilient and difficult to get rid of. Sometimes the prescription drug “nystatin” has been successfully used. An alternative therapy for the management of Candida infection involves eliminating the yeast overgrowth through diet, fiber, and nutritional supplements, and also rebuilding the intestinal flora. It is recognized that a disturbed flora of the gastrointestinal tract can promote yeast proliferation. By re-inoculating the bowel with proper symbiotic acid producing bacteria, such as L-acidophilus and bifidus, there is a reduction in the compatibility of the intestinal environment for yeast proliferation. Other products that can help eliminate and control Candida overgrowth include grapefruit-seed extract, caprylic acid, garlic, and pau d’arco.

Jeffrey Bland reports that biotin and the fatty acid oleic acid can prevent the conversion of the yeast form of Candida to its fungal farm. He suggests biotin orally (300 mcg taken three times daily) along with two teaspoons of olive oil taken three times daily, as a source of oleic acid. This is done along with a higher than normal fiber diet, using oat bran fiber, to increase the absorptive surface area of the fecal material and to hasten the elimination of metabolic by-products. This may have to be continued for a period of one to six months depending upon the severity of the infection and the length of time that there has been a Candida problem.

Bland’s program then facilitates the healing of the gastrointestinal mucosa, by using higher levels of zinc (30 to 50 mg a day), vitamin A (25,000 to 30,000 units a day), vitamin E (400 to 800 I.U. per day), and calcium pantothenate (200 to 1000 mg per day).


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