Oxygen Does Not Eliminate Candida


Oxygen Does Not Eliminate Candida
Another thing that some people put out there is that oxygen-based products, these are products
that usually have oxygen bound with magnesium or some other mineral – magnesium is really
one of the most common ones – that this has an anti-Candida effect. Given, again,
that the intestinal tract is anaerobic, you have to consider that if I put oxygen in there,
I have 100 trillion microorganisms that are anaerobic microorganisms, so that’s all
the bacteria — good, bad, whatever; the protozoa; the mold; the fungus; the yeast. They’re
living in an anaerobic environment. If I add oxygen to that, I disrupt the entire environment.
So while this product may release very, very, very extremely trace amounts of oxygen, the
likelihood that that would specifically target one organism in there, and not the others,
is very remote. So if you’re taking something that could actually induce oxygen into the
intestinal tract, you would be destroying the bacteria also. The things that you wouldn’t
destroy are Candida. And Candida is what we call a facultative
anaerobe. When we look at microorganisms, they’re usually obligate, which means they
have to be in a certain environment, or they’re facultative, which means they can adapt to
the environment. And this is the case with Candida. It’s facultative, which means it
can live in an oxygen environment, or it can live in an oxygen-deprived environment. In
the gut, it lives in an oxygen-deprived environment. When it enters your bloodstream, it lives
in an oxygen-rich environment, and that’s where we have systemic fungal infections that
spread through the body. You can have Candida infections of the skin.
Oral candidiasis, or thrush, that’s exposed to a very oxygen-rich environment. So introducing
an oxygen-based substance into the intestinal tract would have no effect against Candida.
But you would pretty much guarantee that you would be destroying some of the anaerobic
organisms which don’t have this ability to shift from oxygen to oxygen-deprived environments.
And so you would actually select for the organisms which are very resistant in this way, so that
would be E. coli, which is commonly associated with many types of illnesses that people get
from eating food contaminated with E. coli, systemic fungal Candida, etc.
If you try to starve Candida out of the body, you won’t do that. That will actually cause
a conversion. In essence, if you take away all its food, Candida goes shopping. And it
spreads through the body. It looks for nutrients. It finds them in the cells, the tissues. It
creates abscesses, inflammation, destroys tissues. It’ll destroy cells to get protein,
destroy cells to get fat, destroy cells to get iron. It’ll leach iron from red blood
cells. So you can’t starve it, but on the other hand, we don’t really wanna promote
excess of rapid growth.

19 Replies to “Oxygen Does Not Eliminate Candida”

  1. @cheperth Oxygen charged water shouldn't have an affect. Ozone and hydrogen peroxide treatment of the colon can affect the bacterial flora balance. The number of obligate anaerobes outnumbers the number of facultative anaerobes by 1000-fold. Obligate anaerobes can only live in an anaerobic environment. Facultative can live in either one.

  2. @madrista43 We understand that everyone wants to believe that what they're using is doing what they think it's doing, whether or not that is true. Of course, science doesn't back your statement as Candida albicans is a facultative anaerobe, which means it can live in an oxygen-rich environment or an oxygen-deprived environment. The intestinal tract is an anaerobic system that is designed to support many microbes that don't do well in oxygenated environments. You may be causing yourself harm.

  3. @Nevynevyful When we say you cannot starve Candida we refer to those who believe that you can eliminate systemic fungal candida by doing a diet alone. You must take a good anti fungal that will assist your own body in reversing the fungal form of candida back to the normal yeast form. Along with avoiding any foods that will feed the candida. Take a formula that will boost your immune system, and replenish the flora in your digestive tract.

  4. @McCombsPlan, 'science doesn't back your statement', that's not what I've seen. I have recently been researching about Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in relation to candida and have found studies that specifically tested patients before and after hyperbaric oxygen therapy, as opposed to the control group, found it was effective against candida.

  5. The growth of Candida Albicans in vitro is inhibited by prolonged exposure to Hyperbaric Oxygen. At 2.5 ata. This protocol was chosen to approximate the levels of oxygen found in tissues found in the tissues of patients treated with HBOT.

    HBOT appears to represent means for treatment of this fungus where standard anti fungal agents have failed.

    “The Text Book Of Hyperbaric Medicine, Vol. 3
    K.K. Jain MD

    (this is one of a number of studies that I have found on the subject)

  6. The point is not really to add oxygen to target Candida albicans directly. The point is to get oxygen into the cells, which helps to boost the entire system and in this way help the body's immune system fight Candida directly.

  7. God damn!!!! Candida is the worst fungus on the planet. You can't starve it, you can't do shit to it. Fuck.

    Does baking soda or apple cider vinegar help at all?

    How do you kill this fucking evil thing.
    God damn son of a bitch it's a fucking evil thing I hate it. Idk if I even have it or not.

  8. This is typical western medicine thinking, look at the pathogen only. Oxygen doesn't kill candida, this is true, but oxygen enhances the body so that it can use its wisdom to do the fighting. Most people have fungal infections because their own native immune systems are operating at lower levels or are improperly modulated.

    Modern medicine will never understand how to treat the body by supporting the body directly. All they can do is attack the pathogen, because it's the only way that will make them heaps of money.

    Support the body directly and you get better every time.

  9. This is 100% incorrect. I saw Dr. Robert Rowen a monh ago, and was doing rectal ozone insufflations for a completely different purpose. I then noticed weird white puffy things coming out with my stools — sometimes on them. Although I've been tested for candida before (negtative test results), after showing my regular integrative doctor pics of my stools, he recommended I have another test. This one was positive. I also experiencing mild itching in my hands when doing the insufflations and drinking ozonated water.

    So, basically, I had NO idea whatsoever I had any type of candida infection in my body whatsoever before using oxygen based therapies. The oxygen based therapies killed enough of this stuff, fast enough, so it became obvious that I actually had an overgrowth of candida. There simply wasn't enough of it in the stools before to detect it. With ozone, there always is. Ozone kills it very, very well indeed.

  10. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 2008 Mar;105(3):e85-91. doi: 10.1016/j.tripleo.2007.10.006.
    Effectiveness of ozonated water on Candida albicans, Enterococcus faecalis, and endotoxins in root canals.
    Cardoso MG1, de Oliveira LD, Koga-Ito CY, Jorge AO.
    Author information
    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of ozonated water in the elimination of Candida albicans, Enterococcus faecalis, and endotoxins from root canals. Twenty-four single-rooted human teeth were inoculated with C. albicans and E. faecalis, and 24 specimens were inoculated with Escherichia coli endotoxin. Ozonated water (experimental group) or physiologic solution (control group) was used as irrigant agent. Antimicrobial effectiveness was evaluated by the reduction of microbial counts. Lipopolissacharide complex presence was assessed by limulus amebocyte lysate test and B-lymphocyte stimulation. Data were analyzed by Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney tests (5%). Ozonated water significantly reduced the number of C. albicans and E. faecalis at the immediate sampling, but increased values were detected after 7 days. Ozonated water did not neutralize endotoxin. It could be concluded that ozonated water was effective against C. albicans and E. faecalis but showed no residual effect. No activity on endotoxin was observed.
    PMID: 18280954 DOI: 10.1016/j.tripleo.2007.10.006

  11. "It was very surprising to see that the fungus does not require oxygen to cause disease. Unexpectedly, the microbial pathogen could even use low oxygen environments to evade immune attack and to become more virulent." — says Constantin Urban, Associated Professor at the Department of Clinical Microbiology. The recent work of his group aims to elucidate how adaption of microbial fungi to low oxygen environments influences their recognition by immune cells and their ability to thrive and cause harmful infection within the host. Interestingly, C. albicans is a commensal microbe of our gastrointestinal system and when natural barriers fail, due to immunosuppressive disease or treatment, C. albicans can spread from its natural reservoir and invade the body to cause life-threatening, systemic disease. "We now understand how C. albicans under these circumstances exploits the training from anoxic commensal niches to thrive in deep-seeded body sites which quickly induce inflammation and immune cell recruitment. Both processes rapidly exhaust oxygen and in turn create low oxygen milieus." — continues Dr. Urban. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/01/190115132807.htm

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