Originally Posted by aridbud
Way to grow, J TricH!! Should help the masses. KUDOS on the development and outstanding ratio!
Candida, to me, is an odd name which conjures up thoughts of yeast/fungal infections (having seen it frequently in healthcare career- yikes!). I mean no disrespect, just seeing it for the first time "Candida", I immediately thought of that.
Candida albicans is an opportunistic fungus (or form of yeast) that is the cause of Candida Related Complex and numerous undesirable symptoms including fatigue, weight gain, joint pain, and gas.
I guess most folks wouldn't care or even know about C. albicans.
yes mate, that is one of its definitions, but it also has this one (translated from a Spanish text) more meaningful for this strain.
Concept of "candida"
The word "candida" has its name in the Latin "candidus" whose meaning is "bright white", in reference to the robes of that color, that appeared the Roman pretenders to the public positions, symbolizing the white the purity, the honesty and the simplicity. Hence, when this adjective is applied to a person, it is said to be naive, without malice and simple: "She is so innocent that she believed all her boyfriend's excuses" or "the innocence of her smile expresses the excellent person she is" .