Testing for Candida

The most conclusive method to test for Candida is a Bio-Resonance Feedback device. Life System, SCIO or Indigo machines are capable of accurately diagnosing all forms of Candida.

A more primitive method of testing is the spit test. It is not reliable or conclusive and only tests for Candida Albicans, but for many it is the first stage of suspecting their infection.

First thing in the morning, before you put ANYTHING in your mouth, get a clear glass and fill with water. Work up a bit of saliva, and then spit it into the glass of water. Check the water after 2-3 minutes, then every 15 minutes thereafter.

A Candida Albicans infection will have specific signs after you have spat in the glass of water. The saliva will develop strings, like cloudy legs, traveling down into the water from the saliva floating on the top. Another possibility is that the “cloudy” saliva will sink to the bottom of the glass. A third possibility is that cloudy specks will seem to be suspended in the water.

All of these indicate the possible presence of a Candida Albicans infection. The more strings and cloudiness there is and the faster it develops, the greater the overgrowth.



Lufenuron attacks the Chitin Shell surrounding Candida fungus.

Charcoal and Zeolite capture and remove the toxins bound within.

Sodium Bicarbonate assists in Alkalizing the system.

Candetox uses Lufenuron to attack Candida by removing its protective Chitin shell, thus removing toxins, fungus and parasites that are bound deep within the body. ATTACK Candida, REMOVE toxins, AKALIZE the body
and the body’s immune system will reboot. This is

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