Candidosis is a common problem occurring after antibiotic treatment. The elimination of natural intestinal microflora causes overgrowth of Candida fungi and the development of fungal infections. The use of a correct, rigorous diet, well-selected probiotics with appropriate strains of probiotic bacteria during antibiotic therapy can prevent the development of fungal infection. However, if there is an excess of fungi in the body, add the following solution recommended by Buhner to your diet and probiotics:
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Undeceonic acid (suggested: Thorne Research Formula SF722)
Berberine plant e.g. Barberry, Goldenseal or Phellodendron
- To store bowel flora/fauna:
PB8, probiotic acidophilus
More information may be found in the publication: Stephen Harrod Buhner “Healing Lyme: Natural Healing of Lyme Borreliosis and the Coinfections Chlamydia and Spotted Fever Ricettsioses.” Second edition.