raster wrote: I agree with other’s on a few points. First off, we don’t need a new enema post on the forum every week…just bumping the same old post is good enough. You can even edit it and add new material.
I also agree that this is an extreme way to go about trying to heal yourself. The way I look at it, you may improve 95-99% of your symptoms via natural means, but there might be a tiny bit leftover in the colon and if so, you should go and try enemas as a final cleanup task. I haven’t done one and am unsure if I ever will, but I do have a small interest.
Isn’t there risks with trying this out, and if there are, what are these risks?
If there are risks, I don’t know about them. What it has done for me is a miracle.
I have done the enemas intensively for a while without feeling bad, instead getting better every day.
If someone were to do enemas, where can they find instructions?
There are good instructive websites. Just google it.
If one can’t get prescribed nystatin, would other antifungals work also?
There are many that probably work. I have tried to avoid antifungals that also have antibacterial properties. So, I choose Nystatin and Sodium Bicarbonate.
How long should one expect to do enemas before they notice an improvement or cure?
A severe case, like my, my prediction is 3 months.
What if someone has parasites? Are enemas effective for killing parasites?
If the parasites are in the colon, they probably remove some of them. I also kept myself taking oral supplements as well. I see the enemas as the final touch.
Is there other ways to kill or reduce the candida numbers in the colon?
Yes, if you can take HUGE amounts of any polyenes by mouth, you will reach the colon because they are poorly absorbed. You will need at least 16 Nystatin tablets a day.
Is there any testing or ways to determine that you have candida in the colon? Colonoscopy?
No that I am aware of.
Shouldn’t there be candida in the colon? Don’t we need candida to survive?
No, candida is an intruder and successful colonizer of the human tissues. Science has not proved any benefit of having it. Instead, it is a troublemaker as you know.
Why should you do an enema vs. fecal transplant? Fecal transplant success rate is about 90%.
Because the flora don’t eliminate fungal colonies. Direct antifungal does.
Can you do enemas by yourself with no assistance?
Absolutely, they are very easy.