Kombucha vs. Candida
Worried about candida or other yeast infections? Not so! Kombucha is a different kind of yeast-fungi. There are pathogen (harmful) and apathogen (harmless) yeasts. Kombucha is of the harmless kind.
Since kombucha is called a "mushroom" by many people and a "fungus" by others; and since it is a yeast as well as a bacterial ferment those with chronic candiasis or any other kind of yeast infections worry about consuming Kombucha. There is no need to worry. The Schizosacharomycodes in the Kombucha culture is a yeast that is not in the family of candida. This means it can actually be antagonistic to the troublesome yeast that infects so many people.*
*Source: Gunther Frank