Why is Candida so Hard to Kill?

Why is Candida So Hard to Kill?

By: Christopher Hall CWK

            Many people are all too familiar with Candida fungal infections and its terrible effects on our immune system, kidneys, liver and brain.  Many people believe Candida lives only in the intestines or in the vaginal area; the facts are that Candida can live in every tissue in the body.  Candida infections often start in the intestines, then the Candida spores actually spread through the entire digestive tract until it reaches the throat, then the lungs.  From the lungs it enters the Alveolar sacks where the blood is exposed to oxygen, the Candida is carried throughout the entire body systemically in the blood.  Once it’s in the blood there’s no limit to the extent of the infection.  The opportunistic pathogens of the genus Candida, candidacies describes a number of different disease syndromes that often differ in their causes and outcomes.

            The symptoms of Candida infections include: 

Abdominal gas, headaches, migraines, excessive fatigue, cravings for alcohol,

anxiety, vaginitis, rectal itching, cravings for sweets, inability to think clearly or concentrate,

hyperactivity, mood swings, diarrhea, constipation, skin itching, acne, eczema, depression,

sinus inflammation, pre-menstrual syndrome, dizziness, poor memory, persistent cough,

earaches, low sex drive, muscle weakness, irritability, learning difficulties,

sensitivity to fragrances and/or other chemicals, cognitive impairment, thrush,

athletes foot, sore throat, indigestion, acid reflux.

            Why is Candida so hard to kill?  The truth is that Candida can mutate very easily to adapt to the complex chemical structure of both Anti-fungal herbs as well as prescription drugs.  The more complex the chemical makeup of the anti-fungal agent the easier it is for the Candida spores to adapt, however if Candida comes into contact with a less complex substance such as Oxygen or Bleach for example it can’t mutate, it can only try to go dormant to avoid death.  So every time anti-fungal herbs are taken Candida will either mutate or go dormant to survive, or burrow itself deeply into the tissues where the medicine can’t reach it, it may seem as though the infection is gone when in reality it is only on hold.  Even the blood can look free of Candida spores, when they are actually colonized in the tissues of the body, staying far from the anti-fungal agents being taken by mouth or topically.  Let’s face it when we take something by mouth, there is a limited amount which can actually be absorbed into the blood.  Usually there is far too little of the medicine actually getting into the body to destroy the infection in all the tissues, remember Candida goes everywhere in the body. When it colonizes, it forms dense masses of fungal colonies which can’t easily be penetrated.  We must saturate our body with a very simple yet effective anti-fungal agent, something that Candida can’t adapt or mutate against. At Alternative Health Concepts we have a new therapy that is blowing away Candida infections like never before, within days positive changes can be seen by the recipient of the therapy.  Candida die off is usually terrible, however with this new therapy Candida, dies off so fast it can’t produce its negative effects.

            We offer a very well rounded treatment plan which takes about 5 weeks to complete, it is very   effective and can help to boost the immune system, detoxify tissues and alkalize the body.  This new therapy has 25 years of success behind it which allows us to see that there is hope!!!

                     Christopher has been awarded the 2004 National Leadership Award.  Christopher is a member of the IOA (International Ozone Association) and a student member of ACAM (American College for the Advancement in Medicine). Christopher is a Certified Wholistic Kinesiologist, Herbalist, Oxygen/Ozone Technician, Live Cell Morphologist, Phlebotomist, IV Technician & Homotoxicologist.  Christopher has taught several classes including self-muscle testing, muscle balancing & classes on colon hydrotherapy.  He has also taught portions of the Kinesionics course as well as the Emotional Technique Workshop presented by Alternative Wellness Center. To schedule an appointment with Christopher call (505) 821-9609


9 responses to “Why is Candida so Hard to Kill?

  1. DS

    Before the ulcers, my chief complaint when I seen you last.: I have been sick since December of 2011, meaning I have acid reflux that cause anxiety and panic attacks sometimes. I have been gluten-free and dairy free since 2009. I quit drinking January 2013. I smoke a vapor cigarette periodically.

    Fortunately, I learned how to control the attacks early so I haven’t had to take too many Ativan, which is all they would give me at first. I asked for omeprazole in September 2013 because my mom was on them and they help her and I tried hers while I was visiting in the Yukon because I worked a temporary custodial job and it worked. Initially in September 2013, walk-in clinic (or emergency room) were prescribing me a strong enough dose of antacids. I no longer needed to supplement with IB Prophen every 4-6 hours. Now I use Tylenol 500mg every 4 hours and trying hard to only take 300 mg of ranitidine a day and eating several tums.

    These antacids helped to prevent the chest crushing pains where I cannot tell if it is allergy or inflammation from my stomach acid cutting off my airway. One time my circulation got cut off too by squishing my heart; that ultimately lead to a panic attack, the type that mimicked a stroke: Where, I realized I was failing to profuse. I had crushing chest pain and difficulty breathing. Fortunately, at the time, I had help and they had 2 Benadryl and 2 Aspirin.

    I was unaware that I had severe allergies but I knew they were anti-inflammatory drugs for the bronchial area where I was feeling my breathing being cut off. I was on the ground seized up, arms curled like the worst case of MS I have ever seen and trying to remain calm for my 6 year old daughter witnessing. The helper gave the pills to me by mouth I chewed them, next she gave me some water to swallow them. I managed to get them down and after 10 minutes my breathing and circulation came back. I was able to straiten my limbs. I never let it go this far again, now that I know how to stop it and that the sharp chest pains precede it….. I take antacids and eat crushed ice.

    After September 2013, I moved to just eating oatmeal and almond milk, rice pasta, oatmeal & honey granola bars, rice and olive oil. Still, hurt and I was going pale and loosing weight. Possibly, this weight loss was due to drinking from my friend’s new RV water tap before it was flushed. I eventually spit it out but a gulp made it down. This caused me to get an infection in the Yukon where they gave me penicillin that gave me a delayed allergic reaction that was closing off my throat. If I go back there they are willing to remove my tonsils. So they switched me to erythromycin. I also found I was allergic to Metronidazole and latex through other experiences.

    At this time, I was not aware I was mildly anaphylaxis allergic to almonds and fully to Brazil nuts and ultimately advised to avoid them from an allergist. I requested an allergist visit in June 2013. This visit didn’t happen until November 2013 because of high demand, proved I was allergic to nuts, grass, pollen, dust and the alder tree. Now I pack an Epi pen. But, I was drinking almond milk every day because I have lactose intolerance. I am at a healthy weight and my skin color is good.

    Now, I eat 2 slices of Udies GF bead and 2 eggs, fresh berries, GF rice and GF table crackers, meat, popcorn, low gas veggies mainly leafy greens, cucumbers and carrots, some palm oil, rice, cassava, squash, quinoa, jam, sugar, xytoil, soy milk and cheese and crushed ice. Still only eat 2 small meals a day and 2 snacks to try to avoid acid pushing it up my throat; I’m also taking digestive enzymes. These help a bit.

    One year ago I could barely walk a block without chest tightness, burping air and indigestion, sometimes vomiting and sometimes the contents wanting to come up. Still bad pain in-between my shoulder blades, radiates into my neck and arms. Worse is anything that makes me have to move my upper body.

    I have been on nystatin for 2 weeks and it was better after three days i was off the acid blockers (omeperazole and tumbs). A 5ml dose works for about 5 hours. But, when it wears off it is back. I want to heal and now fear this drug may not be enough. Can your therapys help me? and if so how much are they? and how long would it take?

    • chris93mx

      Hello Dawn,

      I havent checked this weblog in years so I apologize for not writing you quicker. I would like to help you, we need to talk privately. Please send me an email at chris93mx@aol.com.

      thank you

  2. DS

    Tp explain, this was a note i was going to send to my specialist I have been seeing over the last year, about my condition. I did not want to rewrite it all figured you could make it work. Thank you for any help you can give me with this matter



    • chris93mx

      Hello Guy,

      My website http://www.AHCTherapies.com can help you to see our services, I would suggest you start with a saliva/urine/hair test kit. You can call my office to purchase it (505) 821-9609 as soon as we get the results we can discuss therapy options for you.

      Take care

  4. I almost never drop responses, but i did some searching and wound up here Why is Candida
    so Hard to Kill? | Ozone Therapy Weblog. And I actually do have a few questions for you if you
    usually do not mind. Could it be simply me or does it seem like some of the remarks come across like they are left by brain dead people?
    😛 And, if you are posting at other social sites, I’d like to follow anything
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    • chris93mx


      What can I do for you? I hope I have an answer to some of your questions 🙂

      • Joshua Wesson

        Hi I’m about to start Candida detox with my naturopath and I had some questions. I live in San Francisco and have had a hard time finding someone who knows what they’re doing so to speak. So my own idea’s are a alkaline diet, no sugars at all, colon hydrotherapy and ozone therapy. I’m wondering if you can tell me how to make sure this is the only time I have to do this? Please

  5. Max Ralston

    Need help finding your treatment… am interested… currently on Oxygen therapy ozone I.V. / uvi series + Stabilized oxygen (food grade HP stabilized) Interested in what you guys are doing… probably something similar. Would be nice if we could just order… please email me…

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