Frequently Asked Questions
Has CCWS™ been tested on humans?
In the winter of 2014, a double-blind clinical study has been conducted with 200 subjects and 50 placebo. Based on the saliva and blood tests completed after taking CCWS™, 80% of the subject experienced a 99.9% relief. The remaining 20% experienced at least a 50% relief. *Subjects did not have a change to their diets nor did they have changes to their exercise routines.
The remaining 20% subjects that did not have at least a 98% removal of Candidasis based on saliva and blood test were placed into a follow-up study directly following the first protocol. After taking another course of the CCWS™, 100% of the subjects experienced approximately 99.9% relief from Candidasis.
100% of subjects stated they felt better on day 45 than they did on day 1 using CCWS™.
100% of the placebos experienced a 0.0% relief from Candidasis from the placebo product based on saliva and blood tests.
To view the final report of our clinical study, please click here.
*Results as seen in our clinical studies may only be repeatable if you follow our protocol. For best result, directions should be followed carefully.
How do I know if I have Candida?
Everyone has Candida yeast in there gut, it is natural and should be there. The problem arises when the Candida yeast in the gut manages to invade the bloodstream and develop into another form which is Candida fungus. Due to Candida being ever present in our bodies in the yeast form it makes it more difficult to test for as the test must be able to differentiate between fungus and yeast. This results in only blood testing as a reasonably reliable testing method.
Our advice is that if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck then it’s a duck! If you have several of the signs and symptoms of Candida infection then you most likely have a Candida infection.
Chitin synthesis inhibitor works on the fungal form not the yeast form, as the yeast does not have a chitin cell wall. As the treatment is safe and has no side effects we often say it is better to treat as if you have it, than to ignore because you cannot do a reliable test…
How does Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor kill Candida?
Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor does not kill the fungus, what it does is make the fungus vulnerable to attack by your immune system. It is after the treatment that your own white blood cells will finally be able to lay siege to the fungal colony. The treatment removes the fungus ability to generate the chitin layer which makes the fungus so difficult to treat.
What do I do if I forget a dose?
If you miss up to a day’s treatment it will not have too much effect. Just continue the course as usual. Any more than 1 day’s treatment missed and it may give the fungus opportunity to ‘raise its shields’ again.
Do I need antifungals also?
You do not have to take antifungals with the treatment. Many people however do suffer with a strong die off reaction which can involve yeast infections flaring up. If this happens then a standard ázole’ treatment will help relieve the situation.
Why is the treatment in three parts?
The treatment is designed to keep the chitin inhibitor working in your body even during the 10 day rest periods. We feel that as this treatment is not killing the fungus but is in-fact making it vulnerable to your immune system – then we need to give your body as long a time as possible to launch its attack on the fungus.
Is it suitable for children?
As a child’s immune system is still developing we would not recommend this treatment for anyone under 18 years of age.
Is it suitable if I am pregnant?
We would not recommend this treatment for pregnant women or women breast feeding.
Is it a pesticide?
There are two forms of this compound, one of which is used in agriculture(5%) as a pesticide. However, the compound that is used as a treatment for candida is pharmacy grade (98%) and is created using an entirely different process using natural oils.
What are the side effects?
The treatment has no side effects – however, a die off reaction can occur which is often confused with being a side effect. Candida die off, sometimes referred to as the Herxheimer Reaction, occurs when the excess candida yeasts in our system literally “die off”, producing toxins at too rapid a rate for our bodies to process and eliminate.
As the body works to detoxify, you may experience symptoms including dizziness, headache, “foggy” headedness, eye floaters (the little blurs in vision which can be detected when the eyeball moves back and forth), depression, anxiety, heightened anger reactions, gas & bloating, flatulence, diarrhoea, constipation, joint pain, muscle pain, body aches, sore throat, general malaise, exhaustion, need for more sleep, sweating, chills, nausea, skin breakouts, or other symptoms.
What diet should I follow?
You should follow a healthy low sugar diet, but one that does not restrict you too much. The goal is to have your immune system strong, and the best way to have a strong immune system is to have an overall balanced healthy diet.
Why do I need to take it with fat rich content food?
By taking the treatment with fat rich food you ensure the uptake of the compound into the fat cells. This means that during the ten days rest from the course of tablets your fat cells will slowly release the treatment into your bloodstream. This means that there is a constant maintained level in your body. We recommend the following foods to take it with: Please take mid meal. See guideline for an example
Avocado, full fat cheese, full fat yogurt or full fat milk.
Animal fats works fine as well. A dish cooked with lots of oils is a very good way of making sure chitin synthesis inhibitor is taken into the fat tissue.
Can my Candida be resistant to Chitin Synthesis Inhibitor?
Should resistance ever develop it would mean that the fungus is not using chitin anymore in its cell walls, and would therefore be more vulnerable to the immune system anyway. So far there is no record of a strain of Candida that does not use chitin based defenses.
Will I need to take a second course?
As long as you have taken the course correctly you will be Candida free. The treatment will only work on existing fungal colonies and does not leave you immune to new ones developing after the treatment. People do sometimes go back to a diet and lifestyle that can result in new fungal colonies developing over time.