“What can I expect after my Candida cleanse?” is a common question I get.
The answer is that it really depends on how you felt before the cleanse. If you’ve been sick for 10, 20 years, or even longer, it could easily take one to two years before you start feeling on top of your game.
If you have an upset digestive system and you’ve taken multiple antibiotics, painkillers, sleeping pills, SSRIs, or whatever other pills, there’s likely a high degree of toxicity. You probably have drug-induced side effects as well. That situation is a totally different ball game from someone who’s got a relatively simple case of Candida.
What to expect after a Candida cleanse is to feel a heck of a lot better. But this heck-of-a-lot-better feeling occurs in stages.
Remember, if you’ve been on Western medicine, it’s like that your symptoms have been suppressed, not cured. You may think, “Woohoo! I’m cured! My problem’s all gone away.” But it hasn’t gone away at all. The symptoms you used to have may pop back up down the track. That’s why the “after” part of a Candida cleanse can be a bit uncomfortable and disconcerting for someone who has been on medication for years. I have certainly seen cases of symptoms popping up one or two years down the track in someone who discontinued a drug after 10 to 20 years. If you haven’t been on any medications for a long time or ever, or you’ve only taken a short course, that’s not likely to happen.
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Feeling pretty good after a Candida cleanse should come from the inside. You should feel happy about your life. You should feel optimistic. That’s a key thing I look for in the Candida recovery phase. I’m more concerned about how someone feels inside than how they are on the outside.
If you don’t look so good or your breath is a bit stinky, or you’ve got skin rashes or joint pain, or you’ve got certain types of problems in the periphery, but you feel
good on the inside, that’s a vital sign of deep-seated recovery. That’s the “after” that I like to see in people. When feeling good on the inside happens, I know that the client is generally going to fully recover. That’s an awesome thing to see with people who have been sick for so long.