Candida Guerrilla 60 caplets

Candida Guerrilla 60 caplets

Regular price
Regular price
Sale price
Unit price
Sold out

Ingredients: Lactospore, Lactobacillus sporogenes, Fructooligosaccharides (Fos), Sunchoke Flour. Other Ingredients: DiCalcium phosphate, Cellulose, Croscarmellose sodium, Magnesium stearate, Natural color glaze.

This will be one of the most significant products in the health field in our lifetime. L. Sporegenous bacteria was referred as a medicine used for Japanese people who had been in or near cities where the A-Bomb was droppped in the 1940's. Research showed this to be a very important treatment for radiation illnesses and many other physical disorders.
A few conditions this may help relieve: Candidiasis, Chronic Fatigue, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Yeast Infections, Weakened Immune System, Lactose Intolerance, Eczema, Acne and many others.

What is Lactobacillus Sporgenes?
A bacteria isolated from green malt in Japan in 1949. Not a normal bacteria that grows in the intestines, however the body does not mind having a bacterium that "cleans up" the environment.

Why is it different than other probiotics?
- It is enclosed within a shell, called a spore that allows it to survive stomach acid and high heat environments.
- It is stable at room temperature (does not need refrigeration).
- Produces ( L+) lactic acid- that is responsible for a healthy intestinal environment
- No (D-) lactic acid side effects.
- Discourages the growth of yeast and other harmful bacteria.
- Can be carried with you without refrigeration.
- Has a superior proliferation rate, so it can quickly reestablish a favorable PH balance in the GI tract
- This may speed the healing process.
- Restores bacterial balance and promotes proper PH for the intestinal tract How does it work?
- "Competitive Inhibition."
- Take a spore- coated bacterium internally by mouth (capsule).
- Change in the spore is activated in the stomach due to low PH of gastric juice and constant churning of the stomach.
- The spore coat swells and enlarges as the water content increases.
- An outgrowth begins to protrude.
- The outgrowth cell germinates in the small intestine and becomes a live cell.
- The cell and others start to grow within 30 minutes and proliferate.
- The bacteria produce generous amounts of (L+) lactic acid (safe environment for good bacteria).
- They then produce other antagonizer chemicals and bacteriocins (antibiotics) and inhibit growth of bad bacteria.
- They take over the space of the intestinal wall that was previously the bad guys real estate.
- Help produce B vitamins and digestive enzymes.
- Semi- resident ( not permanent, needs regular replacement).