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Thrush (Fungus)

Bryan Applications, T

The growth of a fungus, oidium albicans, on a mucous membrane constitutes thrash. The patches usually occur in the mouth, but may spread to the throat and even to the bowel. In rare instances they have appeared in the vagina. The disorder is most common in children, but debilitated persons of any age may be affected with it. See: Actinomycosis..

Application and treatment:

Placement of the electrode pad into the mouth must always be done with the consideration that if there are mercury amalgams present in the teeth, the mercury will tend to be leeched out, making the mouth and saliva highly toxic, and therefore should not be swallowed.

Place the negative pad in a pan in which the opposite foot is placed for best results. This procedure may be painful, and the output must be carefully controlled. Sessions should be immediately followed by a thorough course of detox frequencies lasting 15 to 30 minutes.

Rapid cures are reported and complete recovery will be realized from any infection. Bone loss due to advanced gum disease will not be restored, and though tooth decay may be temporarily arrested proper dental care is a must in all cases.

As with any thrash, or mycosis, the presence of fungus is more difficult to combat than ordinary bacteria. More time, and more frequent sessions will probably be required. This is due to the fact that fungal cells are much stronger as a rule, and it is believed that it is necessary to catch the organism when it is most vulnerable, or when it is ready to reproduce, in order to interrupt its life cycle.

Normally fatal cases of Coccidio Mycosis, which is an exotic fungal infection of the lungs, have been cured completely, even in individuals who were expected to expire within a few years, have instead, regained strength and vitality, and gone on to live out normal lives.