50 capsules of Sulphur Shelf (Laetiporus sulphureus). Sulphur Shelf, also commonly known as Chicken of the Woods, is a popular edible mushroom that has medicinal qualities, as well. Used for Candida, E. coli, antibiotic.
This fungus easily recognized by its color, soft texture, and absence of gills. Sulphur Shelf are parasitic and saprobic; growing alone or, more typically, in large clusters on decaying logs and stumps of conifers. They are found from summer and fall, rarely in winter and spring.
Antibacterial – Some of our most significant anti-bacterial antibiotics have been derived from fungi, especially polypores. I have found Sulphur Shelf to work well with bacterial infections of the digestive and urinary systems. One dropper of Sulphur Shelf Hydrosol in small amount of water three times daily, or 6 capsule (2 with each meal) if the recommended dosage.
Antibiotic – In recent research, extracts demonstrated antimicrobial activity against a wide spectrum of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria during agar and submerged cultivation including methicillin-resistant strain of Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and glycopeptide-resistant strain of Leuconostoc mesenteroides. Follow dosage recommended in above in Antibacterial.
Candida – Sulphur Shelf exhibits high anticandidal activity on Candida albicans, as well as yeast infections. Take 6 capsules, 2 with each meal or one dropper of Sulphur Shelf Hydrosol in small amount of water three times daily.
E. Coli – Sulphur Shelf not only produces antibiotics strongly aggressive to Staphylococcus aureus and has been noted to consume E. coli upon contact. I have noted that tincture or hydrosol works better than the capsules for addressing Escherichia coli. Take 1 dropper of the hydrosol every four hours or 1 tsp. of the tinctured Sulphur Shelf.