Candida Treatment: A Comprehensive Approach for Restoring Balance

By Dr. Ljudmila Vukosavljević, Acupuncture Practitioner

Candida infection has become a growing concern, causing various imbalances on a physical and psychological level. The most common culprit is Candida albicans, which naturally resides in the digestive system. In everyday practice, we often encounter intestinal candidiasis. Candida can be present anywhere in the body and represents a pathological condition. In allopathic medicine, we utilize antifungal medications for its treatment. However, complementary medicine offers a different approach, incorporating frequency-based therapies alongside diagnostics. At Al Das Medical Clinic, we provide holistic care for candida-related issues, aiming to restore your overall well-being.

Understanding Candida and its Impact

Candida is frequently triggered by factors such as antibiotic usage, weakened immune system, increased stress levels, and consumption of sugary foods or yeast-containing products. While conventional medicine may sometimes overlook candida as a diagnosis, complementary medicine employs a distinctive approach to testing.

We identify candida as an energetic and frequency-based disturbance that disrupts the body’s normal frequency range. In many cases, patients report various symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, poor concentration, nausea, bloating, skin itching, insomnia, or drowsiness, while their laboratory results appear normal, showing no pathological conditions. In such instances, complementary medicine often reveals candida as a burdensome frequency pattern. It can be triggered by stress or certain dietary factors.

Candida is one of the most common burdens associated with allergies, chronic diseases, autoimmune disorders, and skin and other related conditions.

Complementary Treatment Approach

In complementary medicine, the treatment approach involves frequency-based therapies and dietary modifications. However, patients who are currently using allopathic medications should continue their prescribed treatments as advised by their primary healthcare providers. Medication cessation can only occur when conditions are appropriate and under the approval of a doctor. In addition, through complementary medicine, we test individual dietary items and identify other burdens, providing personalized advice on necessary adjustments and changes for optimal results. Moreover, each patient receives an individualized approach, as even with the same diagnosis, burdens can vary, requiring tailored therapeutic strategies. The most commonly identified foods to eliminate through bioresonance testing are sugars, wheat and white flour products, yeast-containing foods, mushrooms, carbonated and alcoholic beverages, dairy, and pork.

Candida Treatment with Complementary Methods

Treating candida through complementary methods typically involves around five therapy sessions, combined with dietary and lifestyle adjustments. However, this may vary depending on the severity, extent, and duration of symptoms. Treatment sessions happen once a week and last between 30 to 45 minutes. These sessions are safe, painless, and specific to the needs of each patient.


When dealing with candida-related concerns, a comprehensive treatment approach that combines frequency-based therapies and dietary modifications can be highly effective in restoring balance and overall well-being. At Al Das Medical Clinic, we offer personalized care, ensuring that each patient receives individualized attention and guidance throughout their candida treatment journey.

If you suspect a candida infection or have related symptoms, we encourage you to book an appointment with our experienced team!

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