One of the areas that Dr. Hulda Clark focuses on that has been of interest to me has been yeast and fungus.
In particular Candida albicans, which I believe is responsible for a lot of the problems we encounter over our lives.
The most common yeast in humans is Candida albicans.
Candida has always been around. It flies in the air, searching for a place to land and reproduce. It can invade a variety of human tissues like the mouth (called thrush), skin (including some kinds of diaper rash), vagina, and the digestive tract. We all have some yeast in our digestive tract, but when it gets out of hand, it’s called candidiasis.
Yeast is a fungus. It needs dampness to survive and sugar to grow.
Our immune system, white blood cells, are capable of eradicating yeast provided it isn’t growing too fast. And provided the white blood cells aren’t immobilized or preoccupied with something else.
Treat Yeast or Fungus the Same
Other fungus growths, like Tinea (crotch itch), ringworm (not a worm at all), athlete’s foot, along with Candida, can be similarly eradicated:
1. Deprive the fungus of moisture.
2. Deprive the invaders of iron.
3. Deprive the fungus of sugar.
4. Strengthen the skin’s immune power.
5. Strengthen the skin’s healing ability.
It may be impossible to deprive the fungus of moisture, for
example if your feet sweat and you must wear socks. Take your
socks off as soon as you are at home, treat your feet with a heat
lamp. Use zinc oxide or cornstarch to powder and dry the skin.
Boil your socks when laundering.
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