Thursday, June 14, 2007

Candida Particle SPIT Technology

In researching and seeking to improve the methods one can use to test for potential Candida Albicans overgrowth, I have refined the SPIT Technology (Bio-Tech). SPIT is the latest and more refined, Saliva Paeolithic Impact Test. [Paeolithic, the earlier Stone Age, marked by the use of primitive stone impliments; from the Gr. palaios, old, lithos, stone]. Because SPIT researchers do not have the more advanced modern tools common to the elite sciences one has to be innovative with the flintstone technology.

Two glasses of water can be used as comparison tests. On the first day the SPIT alchemist observes the saliva effect in their study of the elusive candida particle. This test is not exactly Particle Accelerator technology, but when all you have are stone tools it is best not to complain. I wonder if the candida particle is the 'aether' of modern science? The scientists don't see it and therefore it does not exist.

Candida particle researchers must first observe a positive candida particle saliva test before going on to try the more refined 'colloidial silver' test. With the colloidial silver test the researcher uses a control glass of filtered water and a second glass of water with a small amount of colloidial slver added. Then it gets interesting.

With a positive SPIT result in the first control glass, the researcher then observes what happens to the saliva in the colloidial silver glass. It is totally different. I don't know how to describe it? There are no strings in the colloidial test and the saliva turns sort of brown. It is the same drinking water containing a few drops of colloidial silver. The silver water changes something. When using the silver one has to also drink only pure water to wash out the dead yeast cells.

I will begin the Threelac test later. First I want to understand the dynamics of what is happening and what changes the colloidial water brings. Today is only the first day of introducing the silver as a test. I wonder what would happen if I added a small amount of apple juice to the water and then tried the candida particle test? This part interests me.

For example, I crushed a clove of garlic and added it to a glass of water, and stirred it up a bit. I then carried out the Saliva Paeolithic Impact Test - it is absolutely amazing. Sure, the different reactions could be due to the 'oils'; but nevertheless they are all different. Only when I study onion water, sugar water, honey water, aloha vera water etc, will I know how to understand the varying results. But this is fun! Water is my microscope!

Unlike the colloidial silver, the garlic water forms thick strings. Although, it is different. I would have to see grapefruit seed water and tee tree oil water to understand what is happening here. In the garlic water the strings seem to begin to dissolve after a few minutes, which does not take place in the control water test.