- Nystatin is an antifungal
antibiotic made from another organism, Streptomyces noursei. It does
not damage bacteria or viruses and is virtually non-toxic with negligible
adverse reactions. It is most commonly used at the onset as it is
effective both topically and orally. Trade names include Mycostatin®, Mycolog
II®, and Nilstat®, in addition to generic preparations.
Although Nystatin has been the most
popular prescription antifungal used for many years, it is no longer the first
choice of treatment due to resistant strains of yeast that have developed.
B (Fungizone®, Adria®, and Apothecon®) is a broad spectrum drug but exhibits
toxicity and side effects Therefore, it is used for the more invasive form of
Candida. Blood tests should be used to monitor for liver damage. Creams and
ointments, based on amphotericin B, are available for the corners of the mouth
(angular cheilitis) with no signs of systemic toxicity.
- Ketoconazole preparations are antifungals that
cause changes in the fungus cell wall and bind with the organisms. These are
Mycelex®, Monistat®, and Nizoral®.
- Candicidin (Candeptin®) is an antifungal
antibiotic made from another streptomycin strain.
- Triazoles (Diflucan® and Sporanox®) act similarly
to ketoconazole. However, they are more costly.
It is vital to note, these are the pharmaceutical
"cures" which do no more than place a band-aid over an open wound and cause
additional damages to your body. In addition, the fungus will eventually become
immune to the specific drug and render it useless. This is why you may have
found that a cycle of different drugs worked best. fungi and bacteria can not
become resistant to Colloidal silver. this is why it is used here in our
Candida Elimination Kit.
Do not expose yourself to more harm and danger than
you need to. Get rid of that candida albicans and chronic yeast infection once
and for all!
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