Candida Lusitaniae is a super rare form of Candida, according to Wikipedia less than 30 cases were diagnosed from 1979 to 1990 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candida_lusitaniae. Although that is certainly rising now.
Even though only 30 cases were reported in that time period, it’s possible for more people to have Candida Lusitaniae than we thought. Candida is often misdiagnosed or not even diagnosed at all by doctors. Especially in modern times when we use so many antibiotics, even our food is laden with them. There is sugar in almost all the foods that we buy, and all the foods that we eat have ingredients that will allow Candida to grow and thrive.
It is difficult for me to suggest treatments specific to Candida Lusitaniae just because it is so rarely diagnosed. What I can recommend is doing something which I believe to work on any type of Candida or Yeast Infection. It’s making sure you stay on the right diet, first by avoiding the foods that promote the growth of Candida.
That means you want to mainly avoid foods that have sugars and grains. There are many other foods that should be recommended to be avoided, but those are the main ones for sure. I also recommend using a high quality probiotic. With these two, you can hopefully help your candida infection. If you see an infection on the outside of your skin you may apply Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar onto the infected area.
There are plenty of other foods such as Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, Yogurt, etc. which would help against your Candida Lusitaniae, but I cannot list every single food. I do recommend looking through this site for others.