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Sara C
Thursday, March 16, 2006, 11:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Yes, I'd like to do another flush soon, using the malic acid. I only accepted the fact that I have a candida problem a couple of weeks ago (thanks to the spit test!), so I'm trying to decide what to tackle first.

I bought some ParaGone yesterday but it suggests I do an intestinal cleanse first. Have any of you used any of Renew Life's cleansing products? I need to do a search on their ingredients to see how blood type compliant they are.
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Sara C---Would you share where you buy the one you choose-also can you answer one question,if you know the answer.  I read that it is made from inside of a tree.  by any chance does that mean it is made from the wood alcohol from the tree, like equal is?  (I hope not)  Thanks for your information,  I hope finally we have something sweet that can help us instead of harm us.
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Sara C
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GeminiSue,
Do you mean the Xylitol? If so, I bought 1 gram packets & a 16oz container at my Whole Foods. I also found some gum yesterday at a local smaller health store. What I've purchased has been made from corn but if you do a search online you'll find the company that sells the xylitol from birch trees. They claim the taste is better & that it's not made from GMO's.

The article I mentioned above states that "xylitol is a natural substance found in fibrous vegetables & fruit, as well as in corn cobs & various hardwood trees like birch. It is a natural, intermediate product which regularly occurs in the glucose metabolism of man & other animals, as well as in the metabolism of several plants & micro-organisms. Xylitol is produced naturally in our bodies; in fact, we make up to 15 grams daily during normal metabolism."

That article said the only drawback is the diarrhea when eaten in large quantities (which could be a boon to candida sufferers!) but that your body would eventually adjust to it.

Don't eat a ton of it yet, though. My daughter found an article that said if eaten in large quantities (not sure how much that means) it can cause tumor growth. That's obviously scary! Needless to say, I'm still searching for more info on it before I consume too much.

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Sara C Thank You, you were a big help in my deciding whether to use it or not.  I will not even start because knowing me I would want too much of it.
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I just called the doctor's office.  The allergy tests came back "normal."  I said, "Please fax me a copy of the lab reports.  "Oh, a letter was sent out to you."  I said, in resoponse, "That's not what I asked.  There's a letter in my file.  Please fax me a copy of the reports."

I want to see specifically what they tested for.  So then I said to the nurse, "Well, since there isn't a food allergy, and I still have this problem with my ears, I'd like to see either an allergist, or an ENT."  The nurse said she would tell her.



I think the Candida has migrated up into my ear canal.  (So much for my doctor telling me that there's nothing in my ears, and that it couldn't be candida, because she looked in my ears and didn't see anything. Can I get a head slap here? ) It happened right around the time I stopped all fruit for two weeks.  Now that I've added some fruit back in, the water logged feeling in my ears has subsided somewhat.



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I'm pretty sure I have candida in my ears, too. I went to a ND several years ago for a burning smell I had in my nose (like someone left the coffee pot on the burner empty) and she diagnosed that it was candida and that it was throughout my ears and nose. She gave me a syringe and a plastic bowl and showed me how to squirt warm water in my ears to "flush" the candida out. Yep, there was definitely something coming out. She also told me that I could use hydogen peroxide to "bubble" away the yeast, and while this doesn't help with the underlying issue, it helps when my ears are "full" or if they are itching. I also use Ear Drops made by Nutri-Biotic. Ingredients: veg-gly, alcohol, graperuit extract 0.5%, and tea tree oil. That helps, too.


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I'm pretty sure I have candida in my ears, too. I went to a ND several years ago for a burning smell I had in my nose (like someone left the coffee pot on the burner empty) and she diagnosed that it was candida and that it was throughout my ears and nose. She gave me a syringe and a plastic bowl and showed me how to squirt warm water in my ears to "flush" the candida out. Yep, there was definitely something coming out. She also told me that I could use hydogen peroxide to "bubble" away the yeast, and while this doesn't help with the underlying issue, it helps when my ears are "full" or if they are itching. I also use Ear Drops made by Nutri-Biotic. Ingredients: veg-gly, alcohol, graperuit extract 0.5%, and tea tree oil. That helps, too.


Thank you outdoordrea!  Is the 1st ingredient listed vegetable glycerine?  I might try the hydrogen peroxide in my ears, just as an experiment.  Would hydrogen peroxide actually kill candida?


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Thank you outdoordrea!  Is the 1st ingredient listed vegetable glycerine?  I might try the hydrogen peroxide in my ears, just as an experiment.  Would hydrogen peroxide actually kill candida?


There are many people who disagree with this method, but it does help my ears to stop itching. All I can really say on that front is that before I used the hp, my ear flushes produced gunk, and now they don't, even though they do still itch (I'm pretty sure it's food triggered, but I haven't taken the time to narrow it down - mostly because I am lazy and the Nutribiotic ear drops and hp helps).

The ingredients I listed in my last post are in order of the way they are listed on the bottle of NutriBiotic Ear Drops (I got them from my HFS).



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Okay, the fax of the test came through.  They only tested me for a few foods.

Codfish, Shrimp, Corn, Peanut, Egg White, Milk, Wheat, Soybean, Scallop, Walnut, Clam, Beef.  That's it.

The immunoglobulin A (IGA) in serum was 411 (reference range is (81-463 )
The immunoglobulin E (IGE) in serum was 97 (reference range is <100 )



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Oh, now I'm so mad I could go strangle my doctor.

Her office called me back and said they needed the name of my pharmacy.  I'm like WHAT?  My doctor is writing a prescription.  The doctor will not refer me to a specialist until I take this medication (I have no idea what it is), and see if it clears up my ear problem.  If it doesn't work, THEN she'll refer me to a specialist.  I told her nurse I am NOT HAPPY with this, and I will NOT take a medication because she doesn't want to spend the HMO money to refer me out to a specialist.





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I can't believe I forgot about this.  Well, it has been quite a few years lol!

I stopped by my herbalist to pick up more caprylic acid, and I was asking her if I could put the caprylic acid capsules on my tongue. She didn't recommend it; thought it would burn my tongue; she suggested Pau D'Arco for that.  I told her I had to think about it.  I wasn't sure if that herb was okay for Type O's.

A trip down memory lane in the old message board archives stopped me short.  What a head slap that was.  I took Pau D'Arco the first time I was dx'd with systemic candida, and was recommending it to others on the board.  I think the candida has seeped into my brain lol!

So, I think I will be back in her office tomorrow, picking up a few bottles and trying it again.



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Well, that's one of about 20 that I posted lol!


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There are many people who disagree with this method, but it does help my ears to stop itching. All I can really say on that front is that before I used the hp, my ear flushes produced gunk, and now they don't, even though they do still itch (I'm pretty sure it's food triggered, but I haven't taken the time to narrow it down - mostly because I am lazy and the Nutribiotic ear drops and hp helps).

The ingredients I listed in my last post are in order of the way they are listed on the bottle of NutriBiotic Ear Drops (I got them from my HFS).


I'd like to add to this post...I woke up early this morning and both my ears were itching like crazy and both of them were almost swollen shut. The Nutribiotic ear drops and the hydrogen peroxide were not doing the trick this time. Then I remembered reading a post by Dr. D about using olive oil with a little crushed garlic, and got up to make some. The swelling is still there, but the itch went away enough for me to fall back to sleeep. I just dabbed a little oil into each ear with a q-tip, but after a few days of the garlic seeping into the oil I'm going to strain it and put the oil into a glass jar with an eye dropper.


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