Microbiologia: The Candida Course

Balancing Candida through modern herbalism, a plant-based diet, and an understanding of the wild fungi of our bodies.

The Course

The course explores not only the nature of how the fungi work, but also how herbs, mushrooms, and our own daily practices lead to a balance of our inner ecology. This causes our microbiome to return to its natural equilibrium.

Fungi have an amazing ability to adapt to their environment. In order to understand how Candida thrives in our bodies, we must first understand our responsibilities we have as hosts to these microbes and our own unique pathway to good health. As with any protocol, individuality is key. In week one, an hour long consultation call will be conducted to help clarify your options and kickstart your journey to a well-balanced body. 

The Modules & Sessions
Understanding Your Ecology

This Module will serve as the doorway for discovering your unique microbiology and digestive system; as well as an in-depth understanding of Candida, mold, and yeast.

Plant-Based Nourishment

Discover the unique approach of using Plant-Based Food for a Candida imbalance. Discover your nutrient-dense, low mold, low sugar, and prebiotic-based options.

Herbal Pathways

Discover the Mushrooms, Fungi, Barks, and integrations that can support you in the balancing of your inner ecology.


This course will help you navigate dietary & spiritual restrictions, your work/home life, and help you navigate social responsibilities. Most of all it will prepare you for integration back into a more balanced approach to eating,


Candida, mold, and yeast are fungi. When your gut is out of balance due to these fungi, it can cause fatigue, brain fog, acne, weight gain, memory loss, itchy skin, dandruff, bloating, which can disrupt the entire ecosystem of your gut microbiome and affect your body as a whole. To find gut health balance, we must adjust levels of Candida and yeast and/or eradicate mold without the disruption of the microbiome as a whole.


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