The FTC and FDA are definitely on the side of the medical industry.
I did have experience with zapping when I had the symptoms of Covid-19 last Feb and March. I was very happy with my results. No claims for treating or curing as I was also raided by the FDA about 14 years ago and the FTC was fussing about claims back then.
Herbs don't really have an expiry date but they do age and in the aging process the potency of the active ingredients decreases. When they were originally bought it would have been recommended that they were used within 6 months. After that time they degrade depending upon storage conditions. Obviously itís best to keep then in a dry cool place. General advice for keeping herbal remedies, for example, Wormwood , is that they should be used within 2 years, so 2 years can be taken as the cut off date. Tinctures have a longer life of 3 to 5 years.
candida outside vagina. I put icepacks on several nights and candida went away but now having sharp pains like needle pricks there. I have felt that on my skin just once in awhile all over my body. I am 70. I have been taking sonus complete which is improving my general health.