A major goal of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) research is to uncover the precise aetiology of the disease in order to implement adequate therapies to halt or even reverse clinical symptoms. The possibility that AD is a fungal disease, or that fungal infection is a risk factor for the disease, opens new perspectives for effective therapy for these patients.
Studies reveal that Bacopa monnieri has an evident anti-microbial action against specific strains of bacteria including Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger, among others. More research must be conducted but some researchers speculate that Bacteria like Candida albicans leave the gut area and traverse through the bloodstream causing brain disturbances such as memory loss, depression, brain fog, and insanity. Candida can cross the blood brain barrier.
This is no laughing matter. Unless the fungi are treated with an anti-fungal like Bacopa the problem will worsen, causing very serious if not deadly results. If the link between fungi and AD is accurate, which it appears to be, based upon the findings of the first study below, then yes, deadly results are feasible given that AD is fatal.
You may want to begin to address the problem of brain fog, memory loss and or depression and the like by beginning a regimen of Bacopa monnieri today. You can find a low priced and reliable 24 hour supplementation program by going to this link. Results are guaranteed. Even if your brain fog or memory loss is not associated with fungus, you can benefit from this program.
Lana J Thomas, M.S. health psychologist.
http://www.nature.com/articles/srep15015 Different Brain Regions are Infected with Fungi in Alzheimer’s Disease Diana Pisa, Ruth Alonso, Alberto Rábano, Izaskun Rodal & Luis Carrasco Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 15015 (2015)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/26557303_Potential_Antimicrobial_Activity_of_Various_Extracts_of_Bacopa_monnieri_Linn Potential Antimicrobial Activity of Various Extracts of Bacopa monnieri (Linn.) Sampathkumar Palanisamy Dheeba B Venkatasubramanian Vidhyasagar & Arulprakash T International Journal of Pharmacology (Impact Factor: 0.71). 03/2008; 4(3). DOI: 10.3923/ijp.2008.230.232
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/12/02/how-yeast-can-create-havoc-in-your-life-and-how-to-address-it.aspx How Yeast Can Create Havoc in Your Life and How to Address it
December 02, 2008