Treating Candida Albicans overgrowth with Lufenuron – Part 1
The purpose of this video (and subsequent videos) is to share my experience using Lufenuron to treat Candida Albicans overgrowth. When I refer to ‘Candida’ in my videos, I am referring to systemic Candida. Candida is naturally present in the human gut, thus we do not want to remove it entirely from the body. The purpose is to target the fungus and regain balance.
I have been on my own Candida journey for the past 12 years and in that time and more recently I have learnt that:
• Candida naturally occurs in the human gut as a fungal yeast. Our gut is full of natural bacteria that feed on the yeast and so keep levels to a low number and stop it from becoming a problem
• The yeast becomes problematic when it grows beyond normal levels and spreads throughout the gastrointestinal tract, into the bloodstream and from there throughout the body. The yeast then does something remarkable and changes into fungus
• This fungus (parasite) now settles itself into the tissue and a fungal colony quickly spreads and can wreak havoc anywhere in the body (since the gut bacteria are not present to keep it in check)
• The body may attempt to encyst the fungi colonies, resulting in tumors
Although I’m sure these processes and the effects they have on the body are much more complicated than this, it does paint a picture that we can understand.
If you would like to investigate further there are numerous websites and YouTube clips with much more information. I have attached two document links with more information about lufenuron and its safety. There are also many helpful videos in my other YouTube playlists (candida/cancer).
I am confident that this treatment will work for me, but it could also completely fail. Either way I am open to both outcomes and am glad to be able to share this experience with others. I hope that we can heal and experience the vitality that is inherent in us all.
Please note that I am not a medical doctor, nor am I endorsed or involved with any company. The information I am sharing is from my own experience and understanding about candida and lufenuron.