Last Updated on September 15, 2020
When people ask me about how best to use CanXida to treat a Candida infection, I always want to confirm that the diagnosis is correct. Many times I have had people swear up and down that they are struggling with a yeast infection, only to have their comprehensive stool analysis (CSA) come back completely negative for Candida.
I think it’s a good idea to do a CSA before starting, or at least early in, treatment with CanXida. That way, you know what you’re dealing with and can monitor treatment response over time.
One of the nice things about the CanXida products is that you don’t have to take 10, 20, or 30 supplements to get everything you need. I’ve designed CanXida to contain all that you need in a few pills.
I’ve had clients take CanXida, who still needed a bit more customized treatment for vaginal thrush. In those cases, I suggest watching my videos on boric acid for vaginal Candida. If you still have a cycle, the best time to do the boric acid treatment is as you’re coming into having that cycle. Apply the boric acid solution when the period starts or when the irritation starts.
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But if there’s no irritation there and you’re postmenopausal, I would say treat it probably one week out of four. The best time to undertake boric acid treatment is when you are taking CanXida. CanXida provides an excellent boost to your immune response. It makes sense to address the vaginal area when you’re cleaning up your gut.
If you aren’t able to get the CSA done, find the Symptom Tracker page in my Candida Crusher pdf. Print off that page and start rating your symptoms from 1 (mild) to 10 (severe) while remembering to record the date. Next, start on the CanXida line of products. Every two weeks after beginning CanXida, rate your symptoms again. That way, you can see how you’re progressing in response to treatment.
My standard recommendation is to start with one CanXida Remove tablet per day with the main meal. Also, take one CanXida Restore at breakfast or bedtime. Add in one tablet of CanXida Rebuild, but don’t take it with any other the other CanXida products.
Follow that protocol for about a week and then increase to two doses each of Remove and Restore and keep Rebuild at one daily dose. If your symptoms are relatively mild, I’d stick with that plan for the remaining weeks.
Don’t make your dosages too high. It’s better to take the slow and I tend to do a shorter treatment with a high dosage in people who have one or two very strong symptoms, and they’re looking for a breakthrough. Sometimes I do ridiculously high dosages with people for very specific reasons. Other times, I recommend a very long, slow road – break a tablet in half and maybe go for six months.
When you’re taking CanXida, make sure your diet is impeccable. Monitor your bowel movements, digestive comfort, your bloating, and any other sites of infection. Tweak your doses as required.