Indigoaura, you are correct in your original understanding of systemic candidiasis. It is a system-wide candida infection caused by fungal colonies extending rhizomes through the intestinal lining; penetrating into the bloodstream and spreading candida into the entire body. Candida can change forms and is highly adaptable.
I have released candida colonies that came from the biliary network of my liver from doing liver flushes. I have also cured white fungal spots all over my skin (called tinea versicolor) as well as cured chronic and acute sinusitis. I have also cured a whole-body stinging sensation like thousands of needles pricking every cell of my body whenever I went out into the sun. Once candida penetrates the intestinal lining it becomes systemic. Don't be misinformed by less experienced posters.
Here is a photo of one of the fungal colonies I released that had a bloody red section where it penetrated the intestinal lining. It is on the upper left of the photo: