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Had a mental setback causing relapse and left the forum, only occaisionally answering pm’s. I am trying to eat healthy, but clearly it isnt enough. I pushed it a little too far with the enema’s last week and had some discomfort and soreness throughout the day: I did enema’s with 10 drops in each round for 3 rounds per enema, 2 days in a row. So that was a little too much, now I know. also I shouldt drink coffee. But i tried quitting like 10 times and now im like: forget it.
The enema’s now cause massive die off followed by a day or 2 of clearity and energy, until my diet or my mind f*cks it up again and I feel crap again.
So, although the enema’s are causing die off meaning they are killing candida, it still doesnt seem to be enough in my case. I will keep doing the enema’s though and hope that my original progress will come back.
But-ah.. nope, colon didnt fall out. Still, people need to be careful with this method. Die off can be pretty severe I have noticed lately. Also, it is very advisable to get off of coffee and alcohol all together, and to follow a healthy diet. Ive also been taking loads of extra anti-oxidants (vit C, A and D) which seem to help somewhat.
Just my two cents:
I know you do your enemas with distilled water and ClO2. I once tried a sinus rinse with distilled water, and found that it stings the mucous membranes quite a bit. For this reason, makers of sinus rinses (like NeilMed) sell packets of salt/sodium bicarbonate solution to mix with the distilled water. This prevents any irritation of the mucous membranes.
I have no idea if the mucous membranes in the intestines have any similarity to the mucous membranes in the sinus cavity, but until someone tells me otherwise I will wager that they do before I will wager that they do not. If they are similar, then I’d expect that distilled water can irritate the colon as well. I once tried some enemas using just distilled water, and observed that my colon was rather irritated (sore and inflamed) afterwards. I have added sea salt to all subsequent enemas; never again did I experience that level of irritation.
Very smart !!! Yes, salt should be added.