+ what comes to mind:
I heard vitamin A is needed to make copper bioavailable. Copper has antiseptic properties. Liquid Chlorophyll I always see in candida protocols seems to be there because it's rich in copper.
Wow, it takes some time for me to process any info but here I am - I just bought chlorophyll. I found papers that confirm its effectiveness in combating candida.
Bought similar to this one:
the problem is that they all contain peppermint oil so it will immediately cause gut problems or maybe it won't in small doses? We'll see. Supposedly this is a very mild mint flavor. I had only 3 minutes to make up my mind to qualify for the next day shipment and receive it on Friday and not on Monday and here we are.
I can't find any inexpensive chlorophyll around here that would be mint-free. Bummer.
And because of that I'm also considering wheatgrass - it also contains chlorophyll, though in much smaller quantities, and also many other things that are supposed to be good for you but who knows... plus it won't be the same as pure chlorophyll...