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Floggi wrote: In addition, it is possible that you wiped away most of the protective, good bacteria as well. That’s the big risk of this method.
You obviously didnt read anything about my research and how oxidation works.
Of course, this “wiping” only occurs as deep as the enema fluids go. Luckily, that’s not too deep. The small intestine simply cannot be reached by the enema fluids. I’m not sure about the colon, I mean, whether only the last part of the colon will be flushed, or perhaps even the entire colon.
We dont need to reach the small intestines. The largest part of candida by far is in the colon. The small intestines is an inhospitable place to candida because of bicarbonate and hypochloric acid.
Anyway, if the MMS bleach solution is strong enough to kill anything, it will kill both friend and foe. Your only hope thereafter is that the friendly bacteria will be faster at re-colonising (nice word, in this context) the barren grounds than the harmful bacteria. If the harmful bacteria happen to be the faster growers, you’ll only be worse off than before.
On a side note, I do not understand how an enema would cure tongue candida. I’m 100% sure that the enema fluids don’t travel that far up.
Another testimony to your lack of knowledge about this syndrome.
Also, there is no bleach component of mms as I have explained in this topic. But your lack of arguments doesnt seem to bother you as all you seem to want to do is yell out your own opinion.
To all people of this forum reading comments from Floggi: this person has stated to me multiple times on a Dutch forum that he does not believe in candida overgrowth or CRC, a thing to consider when reading his comments.