I strongly suggest getting on Calcium Bentonite Clay ...... buy the powder, and mix it up yourself. Take 1 well rounded teaspoon in room temperature water, on an empty stomach, 2x's a day. Once right when you get up.. and once right before you go to bed.
This will help enormously.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Terry, paulbaldy
Thanks Clint! I saw where Bishop Humble suggested using the clay to brush your teeth too for oral candida issues.
I do have a jar that is about half full. I got it for Christmas a while ago and just used it occasionally as a facial mask.
How long would you suggest that I use it twice daily? Do you recommend also doing MMS? Well, I do a daily maintenance dose of 6 activated drops to ward off infections and so far, I have been healthy. This was quiet a surprise.
But would you suggest gargling with MMS several times a day to clear up the Oral Thrush. The candida in my body is another matter altogether, which I think you are saying will be greatly helped by the clay.
Thing is, we don't know for sure WHERE the candida resides in your system. My bet is, it's all thru your intestinal tract (which is why it made its way up to your mouth)
My suggestion might be just start off with the clay for a week or so.... and then introduce the MMS. Reason being, is that the clay is helping to clear a detoxification pathway for your system, and right now, there doesn't seem to be a clear one. So, if you start taking the MMS in higher doses, and the toxins have no clear way out of your system, then guess what !? You get dizzy, sick, nauseas, etc.....
So..... maybe let the clay go in first and mop up the easy stuff, and escort it out of your body.... then hit it harder with the MMS later.... all being played by ear of course... let your intuition guide you to your next step.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Terry, jbnet
I have 5 pounds of Organic food grade Diatomatious Earth that I had started taking daily several weeks ago. I only took it for a couple of weeks because it seemed to 'clog' me up a bit. I was still having bowel movements but they weren't as frequent as before I started the DE.
I am reading on the internet that DE is very similar to Calcium Betonite Clay and works in the same way with the microscopic holes that absorb toxins in the intestines and stomach and flush them out. Allegedly, DE will kill yeast and other pathogens. Doesn't work the same as MMS but I am thinking that I may try using the DE rather than the Clay because I have so much of it. Tons of information from various sources list DE as a wonderful treatment for Candida.
What do you think? I am not sure if DE is magnetic like Clay, so that might make a difference, I don't know. However, DE is getting great reviews.
I have an appt. with my acupuncturist, made special for tomorrow morning. He wanted me in to see him as soon as I could be there. Not sure what he will do although my book of Oriental Medicine for HIV/AIDS suggests using Moxibustion on a daily basis for candida. I am also going to buy some acidophiles this afternoon and some Wild Oregano Oil. I am also going to start taking apple cider vinegar.
Right now, I am gargling and spraying my throat with MMS throughout the day. Also will continue taking the MMS maintenance dose as apparently my body is very susceptible to opportunistic infections right now.
Just wondering if you have any comments on using the DE instead of the clay. I have probably 3-4 days of clay so I could alternate the use of both every day. DE is taken once a day. The clay, twice.
I have had a little experience with the DE in the past, but not taking it internally (which I am sure is fine). I would be very curious to know Terry what the Ph level is at with the DE, cause this is important. I know that with the Calcium Bentonite Clay (CBC), the Ph is a very high 9.7, which is what is needed to get an acidic condition like candida down to normal.
Also, the CBC has the added feature of being able to 'adsorb' as well as 'absorb' with regard to toxins. In other words, when the clay has glommed on to some toxins in your system, it "holds" on to it til its out of the system, whereas I am not sure if DE has this feature (which is why CBC is so unique.)
It's all an experiment anyway Terry, and it's possible that the DE might even work just as good or better for you, who knows. I will say though, that with the DE & the CBC, you REALLY need to drink a lot more water during the day as it can cause dehydration if you don't ... and if this happens, you'll end up a little constipated, and you do not want this.
All in all, I feel the clay is a vital tool in getting well, as it will open up detoxification pathways in the system that normally weren't there.
Saw my acupuncturist yesterday. He suggested doing what I am doing, bentonite clay, oregano oil, probiotics, apple cider vinegar and (his suggestion) gargling with baking soda.
I want to continue doing the mms maintenance dose as well, and chlorella because my diet is so restricted right now. Chlorella will be great to supplement that. I tried to find the answer to a question here but didn't find anything specific. I saw from Mathew Grail's article that Sodium Chloride is highly alkaline but when activated, it goes down to a slightly acidic PH level. I am trying to raise my PH so I am wondering if the MMS will confuse my system. I know that it will also kill the candida. I just don't want to overdo this. Any comments? Do you know the PH of activated MMS?
The acupuncture treatment caused me to have severe night-sweats, which he said would happen...'exteriorizing the candida.'
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