iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer1073887 on Mar 14, 2008
Having taken two tubs of Candidase at maximum dosage, it did absolutely nothing for persistent Candida.
expensive and so far ineffective
Posted by Reviewer3345414 on Apr 28, 2011
I've finished the bottle, and was hoping for better results for the money.
expensive and serious HERX
Posted by adhd-researcher on Jun 26, 2016
this is rather expensive and gave me a serious flu like HERX reaction it was supposed to be a more mild candida fighter, but gave me a super migraine , throat pain, well, serious herxheimer die-off reaction from internet: The point when the die-off symptoms kick in is the time when many people prematurely abandon their Candida diet, so its important to be prepared. When yeast cells are rapidly killed, a die-off (or Herxheimer reaction) occurs and metabolic by-products are released into the body. I did not quit as I knew about what could happen, but advertised was : gentle, cleansing effect without harsh discomfort common to cleansing.
made my symptoms worse instead of better!
Posted by happycustomer23 on Jul 23, 2013
I used as directed with the virastop. I was bound up, I broke out, even felt sluggish and the ringing in my ears, which had gone away after I started taking Garden of Life's omega-Zyme, actually came back. I became itchy and muccousy. It took two weeks after I stopped taking it with regular oregano doses and a short fast, to finally feel normal again. I should have just stuck w/ the other enzymes I started taking because my candidae issues seemed to go away with them in the first place!
No evidence this product worked
Posted by KurtosisSkew on Nov 19, 2015
I took this product for 2 months and I'm not sure it had any effect whatsoever. I find Enzymedica's digestive enzymes work great if you feel bloated so I'm not suggesting they don't make good products. Their men's multivitamin is really good but I really doubt that a supplement like this can control a candida outbreak. If you genuinely have such a thing, and I suspect they're rare, then you need to go to your doctor and get prescribed medication for chronic fungal infection.
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