Regarding to your friendly flora, don’t worry a bit. I have been doing enemas using around 3/4 of gallon of water almost every day for months. If enemas are washing out my flora, I am the first man in this world that will be happy to live without the friendly flora because I feel fantastic, totally normal as I was before this nightmare happened to me. Don’t believe in myths.
This is the one thing that bothers me about what you’re suggesting. What happens when you stop? People here have reported feeling awesome after a colonic and return to feeling absolute shite within a week. How do you know you can maintain what you’ve achieved long-term when you stop the enemas? If you seriously had washed away your flora, you’d just be holding off the inevitable (I’m not saying you have, but you suggested the possibility).
I’d like to see you stop the enemas and return to what you consider a normal diet and lifestyle before judging your ideas. If you remain symptom free indefinitely, then obviously you’ve achieved success, but I find it hard to get excited without that evidence. Others have eliminated their symptoms for long periods with other methods only to have their problems return with a vengeance.
I have been doing the enemas for around 5 or more months. What has happened is I feel better and better progressively. I am not the first who did it. Remi96 and Johnny Vegas, two curezone posters that were looking for answers did the same years ago. They have returned to the forum occasionally to tell people they are living a normal life eating what they want. There are many cases who have reported it in curezone during the 90’s and early 00’s. They were my inspiration to do it. So far, I am a mirror of what they reported. Michelle (Remi96) was a year doing the enemas every day. Enemas don’t remove the flora, and if it does, you get a new one. There isn’t an universal human flora. People in Asia have a kind, in South America, another, and so on. Everywhere in the world people enjoy health, so it imply that there isn’t a MUST have kind of specie in your gut. I am convinced you know it because you have researched Genoma Proyect Articles. Javizy, the flora is important, very important, but we have been responsible of overrated it. We need an intestinal flora there is no doubt, but we should no fear of it. It changes, varies, and is possible to modulate and regain it if it is necessary.
The flora changes with the diet even when some bacteria dominate. It makes me think that there isn’t a required kind of bacteria to be healthy. If the enemas remove some or most, other will take place.
People from different parts of the world have different flora composition. Does it mean I am healthier than someone living in Europe ?? I don’t think so. People enjoy health in spite of a variation in the flora composition. What CAN NOT be in the colon is an overgrowth of candida. As far as bacteria, there are hundreds that can be there. My mother is 87 y/o, thanks god, and she have done many enemas in her life. During the 40s, she did many every time she had an upset stomach. Enemas are known and used since many years ago.
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