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I Live In The Tropics And Have Candida Of The Skin

August 25, 2019


Greetings. Erik Bakker, naturopath. Thank you for coming back and looking back
at my channel. I always appreciate it. We got a question here from … Actually,
it’s a comment from somebody called [Janemon819]. Interesting name. I might have this but it’s definitely a yeast
infection, the person rights. “I live in Hawaii, a tropical area and I’ve
got it on my skin and I’m pretty sure it’s in my body as well. I drink alcohol daily, gonna change my ways
and buying your canXida asap.” For this person, my recommendation obviously,
is not to drink alcohol every day in a tropical environment or any environment. It’s gonna create a problem. No doubt about it. When you’re living in a heat area and you’re
putting head into the body, ’cause alcohol is quite warming for the body, you can just
imagine what it’s doing to the digestive system and the rest of the person’s gut. That’s the first thing you wanna do is obviously
cut back on your alcohol intake. I’d be recommending use of tea tree oil products
on your skin ’cause they work quite well. Tea tree oil soap and shampoo are very good
when you live in the tropics, so that should help you significantly. Just those two things alone, cutting the alcohol
back, putting some tea tree oil on the skin. That should help significantly. And then of course, you can start looking
at maybe some internal treatment down the track. You may want to do a stool test to see what
type of bugs you got in your gut to determine what the best course of action is with the
canXida products. When you buy the canXida, make sure you get
the canXida remove and the restore and the rebuild. You just take one rebuild per day long term. The canXida remove, the red label, you take
two per day. And the restore, the green, you take per day
and that should do quite nicely. It should work quite well on you. Yeah, try those suggestions, cut alcohol back,
use tea tree oil products. You should be good to go. Thanks for the comment.

3 Comments

  • Reply Marcel Borin January 7, 2019 at 9:38 pm

    Could please talk more about treating anal itching? You don't cover this topic specifically in your book. I've been on an internal treatment for 3 months and I use tea tree oil soap in the region, but the region still itches more than I wish…
    Thank you!

  • Reply Erik Anthony January 8, 2019 at 8:02 am

    I need to look this up but can other skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis be caused by Candida?

  • Reply Claire March 6, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    You have too many books, your shelves look as though they are boughing lol

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