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candida bug is "heavy snowing"
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Published: 16 years ago

candida bug is "heavy snowing"

Have you watched the heavy fall of snowflakes in the night under a street light?

This is how my urine looks like lately - AFTER I STARTED THE RAW DIET AND ANN WIGMORE'S REJUVELAC. I have never seen such a humungous die off without any effort or occumpanying side effects. It is unbelievble - a miracle. I never knew I had all this mass in side of me. I am so happy.

My most severe problem was bloating - caused by overgrowth of candida as well as yeast infection. The bloating is on the way out. Hurray!

If you have not considered it, try REJUVELAC. It is better that commercial probiotics because you KNOW what's in it - you are making it. With the commercial stuff we don't really know what is in there and if it is still alive.
The probiotics I used to take for example didn't work on me very much.

If you are willing to supplement your anti-candida regimen with REJUVELAC , HERE IS HOW TO MAKE IT.

1 c wheat berries (soft white or wholewheat) [or any other grains - i tried millet]
3 c filtered water

leave between 36 to 48 hours in a container (glass is best) to ferment and fill with probiotics. stir once or twice.
pour out the liquid and drink throughout the day. as soon as you pour it out add another 3 c water and leave for 24 hours. then drink and pour in 3 c water one last third time.

let this be your water...

supplement your meals with 8 to 10 oz sauerkraut daily - raw to provide you with the friendly bacteria

have a wonderful die off - pleasant and without side effects...

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