Curing Candida Yeast Infection: Desensitization (EPD) For Candida

 

 

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One of the options for curing candida yeast infection is by using a method called immunotherapy. Under this treatment method for curing yeast infection patients are told to avoid consuming all kinds of food that are thought to promote yeast infection such as those that are high in carbohydrates and sugar. Anti-allergic medication in the form of oral drops or injection are also been prescribed for strengthening the body’s immunity system and reducing the allergic reaction.
The method is also called Enzyme Potentiated Desensitization (EPD). This is actually a treatment for allergies developed in the mid-1960s by Len McEwen, M.D. (London). The newest form of this treatment is called Low Dose Allergens or LDA.

Under this method of treatment the patients are given up to three injections every two months for duration of up to two years, depending on the patients’ response to the therapy. The enzymes in the vaccine are supposed to enhance the candida infection strength and may treat several other groups of allergens along the way.

The EPD treatment for candida yeast infection goes like this:

About 10 days before a patient gets the first injection, he/she is been given Sporanox, which is an anti-fungal for systematic candida, and De-Nol an anti-gastric ulcer agent that prevents the candida from getting entrenched in the mucus linings of the intestinal tract.

For about 3 days before receiving the injection, the patient has to abstain from the consumption of all food allergens. At the same time he/she has to take supplements (which include Zinc, Folic acid and Vitamin D3) for the purpose of improving the effectiveness of the EPD treatment.

The response to EPD treatment for candida yeast infection varies from one person to another. Some respond favorably to the treatment showing sudden and dramatic improvement which however does not last while others need heavier dosage as well as longer treatment duration until improvement is maintained.

Either way, EPD is not a permanent solution for candida. This is because EPD is not a total approach to curing candida yeast infection. It only addresses one aspect of the yeast infection by focusing only on the dietary and allergy reaction factor that trigger candida overgrowth. Due to this reason, EPD’s effects wear off in time. EPD will not even work if you have serious gut problems, bacterial infections, parasites or systematic candida.

The only effective way for curing candida yeast infection is by addressing all candida-contributing factors though the holistic approach, not just the dietary or allergy triggering factors. It is only by fixing the underlying or root cause of candida overgrowth that all candida related symptoms will be gone permanently along with the feeling of increased energy, improved vision, health and well-being.

This article is based on the book, “Yeast Infection No More” by Linda Allen. Linda is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated her life to creating the ultimate holistic yeast infection solution guaranteed to permanently cure the root of candida and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life, naturally, without the use prescription medication and without any side effects. Learn more by visiting Curing Candida Yeast Infection.

 

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