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Offline Coatue

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Colonic Irrigation?
« on: April 24, 2011, 06:38:32 am »
Anybody ever do this and for what reason? Any success?

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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2011, 06:50:06 am »
Anybody ever do this and for what reason? Any success?

I did this when I was still stumbling along detox protocols.
Found that herbal colon cleansers were more effective.
http://www.curemanual.com/detox-protocols-and-treatments/colon-cleansing/

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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2011, 07:05:03 am »
I did this when I was still stumbling along detox protocols.
Found that herbal colon cleansers were more effective.
http://www.curemanual.com/detox-protocols-and-treatments/colon-cleansing/



Is there a way to colon/intestine cleanse on your own with foods like:

Ginger
Garlic
Onions
Liver
etc or a combination

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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2011, 07:24:58 am »
    I did it as vegan, raw vegan and vegetarian.  Sometimes it helped my health somewhat.  I don't need it now.
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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2011, 08:03:23 am »
I did the exact protocol from the book Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management by Bernard Jensen, DC. It was a 10-day routine with daily colonics done by a colon hydrotherapist. I was impressed with the results: relief from severe allergies and eczema. I prepared for the colonics for a month with herbs and strict food combining. I was a long-time vegetarian in those days. This was about 20 years ago.

I tried colonics last fall, expecting another miracle, and didn't get the same happy results. IMHO, I'm not in good enough shape to do a rigorous cleanse - I need to heal more first. Perhaps my experience gives you some guidance.
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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #5 on: August 22, 2011, 09:33:04 am »
Is that a fancy name for an enema?

Ayurveda suggests doing it with natural ingredients, depending on the body type of the patient and the illneses.

Putting chemicals or inappropriate things in your wazoo can be a recipe for disaster, resulting in anything from sickness, misery to death in severe cases.

There is better ways to do the same thing, comfortably, safely and effectively.

A better diet is a good start. It will slowly accomplish the goal of health.
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Re: Colonic Irrigation?
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2011, 02:56:05 am »
A few decades ago I did one and it nearly killed me because it wiped out the little bit of good gut flora I had left.

Al - colonic irrigation is like a high enema on steroids. Think of it like a pressure washer at the end of the wand that goes up the wazoo.

It took me many years to rebuild my flora after that power washing.

Other people it seems to help sometimes. I guess it depends on what your problem is.

My viewpoint now is that it is the good bacteria in the gut that is the center of the immune system and the number one health provider. Clean bile to absorb toxins, strong liver/pancreas and powerful colony of balanced gut flora for your current diet - this is what prevents what Raw-al keeps on talking about as the undigested leftovers that cause disease. Actually there are the kidneys, lungs and skin too - but that's a different conversation. Clean isn't always better. I'd rather have dirty microbes if they are the ones that do good for me.

This is why the "high" version of any food you eat is so good for you me thinks. If you eat milk then eating the bugs that like to digest the stuff helps you digest it and sticks around to help when more dairy comes and maybe even eats the leftovers in there. If you eat vegetables eating the bugs that like to eat veggies makes veggies easier. The meat eating bugs build up and make meat eating easier.

Personally, I think of it like having pets that like to do housework in my body cleaning up for me. I'd rather do things that build them up than possible wash them or scrub them away.

Microbes are like The Borg. They have group consciousness. One group can take over. When it reaches certain numbers they communicate and start killing off other kinds of microbes in the vicinity. If the wrong microbes are in excess you won't digest what's in there as well. You have to feed your pets well for them to be able fight and work well for you.

If you have good bacteria working for you - they will clean out anything that shouldn't be there so I concentrate on feeding my pets well, not putting anything in that stresses or kills them off and adding more to their numbers to give them a helping hand by building their borgy numbers.

That's my form of colon cleansing these days.

 

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