Saliva Test for Candida Infection

THE TEST: In the evening, put a clear glass of water by your bed. First thing in the morning, briefly rinse your mouth, swallow, then gather some saliva in your mouth and spit into the glass of water (be sure to spit out saliva, not mucus). Keep an eye on the water for half an hour — especially the first few minutes. If you have candida overgrowth, you will see one or more of the following:
  1. Strings (legs) hanging down from the saliva.
  2. Cloudy specks suspended in the water.
  3. Heavy-looking saliva at the bottom of the glass.
If, within three minutes after spitting into the water, you see “strings” hanging down, cloudy specks showing up in the water, or "debris" sinking to the bottom, you most likely have extensive overgrowth, which will require more candida-fighting action on your part. If it takes longer than a few minutes for anything to show up, the candida is not as serious. If the saliva just floats on top and the water stays perfectly clear, you most likely don’t have candida overgrowth.

Some authors believe that this test is hardly accurate, but the experience of author (--> Robert Harrison) does not confirm that. He made thousands of tests for Candida presence in saliva among persons that had symptoms of Candida infection and only in one case was this test negative.
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