In a study it showed that capric acid and lauric acid was effective at killing candida. So lets say someone has a gut that has been overtaken by candida wiping out all their good bacteria and their immune system has been paralyzed or shut down. Wouldn't you first have to kill a certain amount/reduce the population quickly of candida to a point where the immune system could actually have a chance to fight the infection. Just seems like in "severe" cases that someone might need to initially take a combination of something that kills it(without cell membrane leakage), prevents its growth and keeps it in its yeast form. I don't know if I see undecenoic acid by "itself" working fast enough to reduce the candida population in severe cases. That is if undecenoic acid is mainly going to just weaken the candida and keep it in its yeast form.
So basically, undecenoic acid by itself might not reduce the overall candida population fast enough for someone who has no good bacteria/immune system that is impaired?
It just seems with severe cases a combination therapy might be needed(initially) until the candida population is minimized?