So a question I got asked a while ago, which I made a note of is, “How long does it take for me to do a successful candida cleanse if I’m using apple cider vinegar?” That’s a very interesting question. ACV or apple cider vinegar has very good effects on the gut, but it’s not really suitable just to use alone for a candida cleanse, especially if it’s a severe cleanse. If you’re absolutely convinced you’ve got candida and you want to go down this route, my recommendation would be to get a stool test done or assess the gut to see what all of the dysfunctions in their gut are, because it may be a lot more than just candida. Generally using one agent alone is insufficient to really get you up to a higher level.
If you’ve got a very mild case of candida, apple cider vinegar may well do the trick. But if you’ve got a serious yeast infection problem, you’re going to find you’re going to need a lot more than just apple cider vinegar alone to get the balance, especially if you’ve got bacteria like Citrobacter or pseudomonas, high counts of those, especially if you’ve got very low levels of beneficial bacteria, you could really mess up the gut bad.
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Apple cider vinegar is interesting because some people get a spectacularly good effect out of it. Others get literally no effect out of it all, just get nauseous out of it. So it’s trial and error. Small amounts to begin with to take usually with your meals. Okay? It’ll work well. Cider vinegar is especially good to help to boost up the production of enzymes in the gut. I feel it’s really effective there. And by doing so over time, you’ll of course build up the beneficial population lower down in the gut also.
So, how long does it take for cider vinegar? It’s difficult to say. For some people it could take months or maybe even a year. Other people it could take weeks. Depends on the extent of the yeast infection the person has got and also the extent of what other kind of co-morbidities they have, other diseases at the same time.