How to kill candida

How to kill candida: A summary of herbs and foods that kill candida

How to kill candida

Before you try to kill candida with the strongest candida killer, it is very important to identify what is the reason that made the candida overgrowth issue in your body. Killing candida yeasts while the cause of the candida overgrowth is still present will not cure the candida infection.

Another important fact to consider before killing candida yeast is candida die off symptoms. Your goal is to help the body to naturally eliminate candida at a pace it can safely handle, so you can minimize any potential reaction and further issues.

When it comes to what kills candida, the list of herbs and foods that kill candida is very large. Always introduce these natural foods, spices and herbs with cautious and learn how your body responds. Safety comes first. Many “innocent” ingredient such as green tea, cloves, licorice root, or even baking soda can kill candida in your body and cause a die off reaction.

When properly used, these natural herbs and foods make an excellent addition to your candida cleanse and can help your body to naturally eliminate candida yeasts from your body.

Important: the list below is made as a summary of foods and herbs that kill candida to be used during our candida cleanse and parasite cleanse protocols. See these protocols for step by step instructions on how to best use these foods and herbs while minimizing potential side effects and healing crises. Notice that the order of these steps matters.

Foods that kill candida

Common foods that kill candida include:

Use in: smoothies, juices, teas, meals.

Foods that kill candida Best source and comments
Apple cider vinegar (ACV).
See: apple cider vinegar for candida.
  • Use raw unfiltered unpasteurized form with the mother.
  • Prefered source: Bragg organic raw apple cider vinegar with the mother.
  • Great as detox drinks on an empty stomach: overnight toxins flush.
  • Use in foods as salad dressing with lemon juice.
Algae.
  • Highest food source of natural chlorophyll.
  • Ideal for gentle detoxification and nutrients support.
  • Prefered source: E3live fresh blue-green algae.
  • Use 2×3 times a day on an empty stomach.
Black tea (source).
  • Use in moderation as coffee alternative.
  • Can cause die off symptoms for some people.
Cayenne Pepper.
  • Consume with healthy fats.
  • Great for improved circulation.
  • Do not use if you have leaky gut.
  • Watch for food sensitivities, especially as nightshades allergy.
Cinnamon.
  • Stabilizes blood sugar, good when taken with foods.
  • See cinnamon apple recipe for candida breakfast.
  • Good as cinnamon tea with organic stevia or xylitol as natural sweeteners.
Cloves.
  • Good with foods, desserts as well as with cinnamon tea.
  • Ideal for parasite cleanse.
Coconut oil & butter (source)
(Caprylic acid, capric, lauric acids).
See: coconut oil for candida.
  • Great energy source.
  • May cause die off symptoms or diarrhea.
  • May cause diarrhea when taken on an empty stomach.
  • Prefered source for foods:  Sacred Foods coconut butter.
  • Start with 1 teaspoon (5 ml).
Garlic.
See: garlic for candida.
  • Most potent in raw fresh form.
  • May cause die off symptoms.
  • Start with 1 garlic clove with healthy fats.
Ginger (source).
  • Mild antifungal.
  • Great as digestive aid.
  • Good as candida tea, detox drinks or added to foods.
  • Great for liver cleanse, see: liver cleanse juice.
Green tea (source).
  • Use in moderation as coffee alternative.
  • Can cause die off symptoms for some people.
Lemon juice lime.
Olive oil.
  • Very mild antifungal.
  • Great for salad dressings with apple cider vinegar and lemon juice.
  • Great for liver cleanse, see: liver cleanse juice.
Onions (source).
  • Weak antifungal activity. Good for cooking or to add flavor to meals.
Papaya seeds.
  • Strong antiparasitic action. May cause die off reaction.
  • Use: later phases of candida cleanse or parasite cleanse, after colon cleanse.
  • How to use: as a part of a anti parasitic smoothie.
Pumpkin seeds.
  • Mild antifungal activity.
  • Very good source of vegan protein and zinc.
  • Was raw organic sprouted for easy digestion.
  • See pumpkin seeds soup recipe: golden detox energy soup.
Rutabaga.
  • Weak antifungal activity.
  • Use roasted rutabaga as a lower carb alternatives to potatoes.
Seaweed.
  • Good source of minerals.
  • Add Umami flavor to meals.
  • Prefered source: raw nori sheets as salads wraps, dulse with salads.
  • Source need to guarantee heavy metals purity.
  • See seaweed recipe: living vitality salad.
Turmeric (curcumin) (source).
  • Mild antifungal activity.
  • Strong anti-inflammation.
  • Great as teas, soups, detox drinks and added to meals.
  • For detox drinks, use alcohol free liquid extract.
    Prefered source, organic: Dr. Group organic liquid turmeric.
  • Poor absorption & bioavailability. To improve: use with healthy fats.
  • See turmeric soup recipe: golden detox energy soup.

Herbs that kill candida

Common herbs that kill candida include:

Use in: smoothies, juices, teas, meals.

Herbs that kill candida Best source and comments
Anise seeds.
  • Ideal for candida cleanse as a part of an antifungal complex.
  • preferred source, organic: Mycozil
Astragalus.
  • Strong antioxidant properties.
  • Mild antifungal activity.
  • Ideal for die-off support as a part of an antioxidant complex.
  • Preferred source, organic: CellFuzion
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) (source).
Berberine (Berberis aetnensis) (source).
  • May support healthy blood sugar levels.
Black walnut (Juglans nigra) (source).
  • Green hull of black walnut.
  • Use for: parasite cleanse combined with wormwood and cloves.
  • or for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
  • Preferred source, organic or wildcrafted: ParaTrex.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis, source).
Diatomaceous earth (DE).
  • Food grade.
  • Strong parasite cleanse and candida killing properties.
  • Use during later phases of cleanse for antiparasitic or antifungal rotation.
Echinacea (source).
  • Known immune system support. Organic only.
Epazote (Chenopodium ambrosioides) (source)
  • Use for: parasite cleanse.
  • or for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
  • Preferred source, organic or wildcrafted: ParaTrex.
Fennel Seeds (Foeniculum vulgare). (source). Essential oil.
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis). (source).
Goldenthread (Coptis). (source).
  • Ideal for candida cleanse as a part of an antifungal complex.
  • preferred source: Mycozil.
Grapefruit seed extract (GSE).
See: GSE for candida.
  • Use for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
Jatoba bark (Hymenaea courbaril). (source).
  • Ideal for candida cleanse as a part of an antifungal complex.
  • preferred source: Mycozil.
Licorice root (source).
  • Ideal for candida cleanse as a part of an antifungal complex.
  • preferred source, organic: Mycozil.
Myrrh (Commiphora molmol). (source).
Neem (Azadirachta indica). (source).
  • Use for: parasite cleanse.
  • or for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
  • Preferred source, organic or wildcrafted: ParaTrex.
Olive leaf extract. (source).
  • Use for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
Oregano oil.
See: Oregano oil for candida.
  • Use for: parasite cleanse.
  • or for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
  • Preferred source: wild mediterranean: OregaTrex.
Oregon grape (Berberis aquifolium). (source).
Pau d’arco bark (tabebuia avellanedae). (source).
  • Ideal for candida cleanse as a part of an antifungal complex.
  • preferred source, organic or wildcrafted: Mycozil.
Peppermint Leaf (source). Essential oil.
Western sweetroot (Osmorhiza occidentalis). (source).
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium). (source).
  • Use for: parasite cleanse combined with black walnut and cloves.
  • or for candida cleanse when antifungal rotation is needed.
  • Preferred source, organic or wildcrafted: ParaTrex.