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candida cleanse

anybody on here do a candida cleanse related to antibiotic use? Im just starting mine tommorrow. let me know any way it helped you.
  hotty198 on 2006-01-11
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Hi. What does your candida
cleanse consist of? I am
thinking of starting one
myself. Thanks.
Natural1 last decade
cleanse consists of 3 parts for a 2 week program. Its by Gaia herbs. http://www.gaiaherbs.com/product.php?id=145

sry if link is not legit.

if not just do a google search for gaia herbs and youll get their website. first day was a little weird. I dont know if I was tired or what but I felt different like a little buzz
hotty198 last decade
well is this cleanse okay? or are there better ones out there.
hotty198 last decade
dont know for sure. but while on liver cleanse Im having the best results. but I cant rule out candida. maybe it takes a while for its results. Im thinking the liver cleanse most likely is the reason for clear skin. I dont know why candida causes acne. But its not my opinion, Ive read it somewhere that it can cause it or aggravate it. basically, if you have ever taken antibiotics, get that candida cleanse kit. you most likely have candida overgrowth.
hotty198 last decade

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