*Dramatic* Reduction In Yeast in my mouth. It’s definitely the Herbs.

I’m definitely a see-it-to-believe-it kind of gal when it comes to medicine,

and holy dang my tongue is almost completely clear of yeast only after two days of taking these herbs.

After the first day of all these antibiotics at once, the yeast was already much worse,

and now it’s almost gone.

Ive taken the herbs 4 times since I got the bottle yesterday, I most recently took 2 scoops at 7:45pm, fell asleep, then when I woke up a few minutes ago (it’s now midnight), I checked my mouth (as I often do many times a day), and I couldn’t believe it. The yeast was almost gone.

(And my blood pressure is completely normal right now too. Left arm: 108/75 (84). It doesn’t get any more smack down little diddily normal as that for me 😜👍. I think that’s more thanks to the antibiotics than the herbs, but it’s nice everything is getting better.)

Bad news, I’m a little constipated though…I told the energy doctor my bowels were getting a little loose from the antibiotics, now I’ve swung back too hard the other way lol. I don’t know if that’s the herbs or what, but I’m definitely gonna need some miralax soon 🤢.

I’m just happy my tongue looks so much better…And my blood pressure is normal. I told him that was my main concern — stopping the yeast so I didn’t have to take difflucan — as well as general kidney, liver support, etc, because I’m gonna need to take these antibiotics for a long time, so I want to help support my body better so I can make the long term journey…

So far so good, definitely 🙂

There is nothing else I’ve done that could account for the dramatic reduction in yeast.

(Now I definitely just need to check my blood work to make sure my system is okay, lol 🙂

I still don’t feel great, I know it’s gonna take a few weeks to feel more normal (normal for me that is),

but at least I don’t feel I need to be making my funeral arrangements right now…hopefully I’ve put that off for a little while too 🙂

About hopeforanswers

Some kind of rare immune deficiency, yet to be determined. A lifetime of infections without an elevated white cell blood or fever. Very grateful to be alive, very thankful for the friends who’ve supported me and for access to literally millions of dollars worth of medical care. I’m not the bubble child, I’m somewhere in between.
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