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    Smitty99
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    So I’ve been battling this awful disease since April and I’ve had decent improvement since then. I was so bad in May and most of June that I was bed ridden. My story is pretty similar to rasters. My candida came from a really bad exposure to mold. This has seemingly made beating candida so much more difficult for me because I not only have to heal from the toxic mold exposure but also from the candida.

    I’ve been on plenty of different antifungals and am currently taking SF722, oil of oregano and virgin coconut oil. Some of my debilitating symptoms have gone like my intense migraines, intense sinus pressure, liquid in ears, rashes that covered good portions of my body, heart palpilations, (That could of been mold related, not sure), acid reflux, not being able to digest almost any foods at all. All of that has gone but I still have some very mild sinus issues, itchy ears, bit of a sore throat, and thrush.

    Lately I’ve been really amping up my attack on the candida and researching anything that could help me. I’ve been doing sinus rinses with Neilmed sinus rinse and also using oil of oregano as ear drops. Now if you choose to try this, be very careful because you first and foremost need to dilute it with virgin olive oil and your dilution may be different depending on how strong your oil of oregano is. Do your research first. I use a 50 percent olive oil to 50 percent oil of oregano and I’ve been doing it morning and night for 4 or 5 days. My itchy ears have gotten a lot better.

    So to the enemas.

    WARNING: a few things I may mention may be a little gross….

    I was reluctant to try enemas cause I’ve never done them before nor did the idea sound all that appealing but when you get to the point that you’re more desperate to be healthy than to be sick,you’ll try anything. After reading posts from dvjorg on here and curezone. I decided to try it and from what he says, it does make sense. Antifungals do nothing on candida in the colon and you can never defeat this beast if they have a safe haven in your body. Now I just started this today but holy smokes, what you will see will be eye opening to you.

    I’ve so far done 3 enemas today with a mixture of salt and baking soda. In a couple weeks I may start to incorporate nystatin powder but for now just going to focus on cleaning myself out. So after the first 3 times I held it in for 10-15 minutes and I used a wall to prop myself up so that the stuff got in there good. What came out was disgusting but also awakening as well. It almost looked like black tar and to think that this could be inside of you while you’re trying to fight candida…….. well it will make you realize what a disadvantage you are playing from.

    I unfortunately do not have a success story to add to dvjorgs long list but witnessing the garbage that was inside of me, it only makes sense. If you have a room filled with garbage cans filled of stinky garbage, you can spray as much air freshner as you want, until you get rid of the garbage, you will not get rid of the smell. I would think candida may be the same way.

    Without this forum and the help of raster, shayfo, able and many others, I don’t know if I would of made the progress I have.

    So to everyone thanks and the battle rages on!

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    moochpb
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    colonics have been helping me greatly. Its equivalent to twenty bowel movements a session, and to see the yeast and toxing coming out is great. I have had three only and will continue to go every two weeks probably for 6 months or so. I feel so much better I can’t even tell you. Enemas are good but colonics are much better in my opinion. Just get a strong probiotic like vsl 3

    #109437

    Floggi
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    Smitty99;47709 wrote: It almost looked like black tar

    This is the what the contents of the colon normally look like. You may also have seen some slimey material, because that’s normally in there too.

    If the structure of the stuff that comes out is tar-like, that is, almost not fluid, then your enema has only reached the final parts of your colon, where the stool has already almost reached its final consistence. If your enema has also reached the further-away parts of your colon, then the stuff that comes out will be correspondingly more fluid-like.

    Anyway, what you have seen is the expected contents of a healthy (or an unhealthy) colon. Nothing special.

    #109470

    Smitty99
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    moochpb;47936 wrote: colonics have been helping me greatly. Its equivalent to twenty bowel movements a session, and to see the yeast and toxing coming out is great. I have had three only and will continue to go every two weeks probably for 6 months or so. I feel so much better I can’t even tell you. Enemas are good but colonics are much better in my opinion. Just get a strong probiotic like vsl 3

    I’m glad they are working for you! A friend of mine scared me off of colonics for now so I’m too scared to try until I talk to my naturopath about it next month. Personally, I’ve seen a lot more positive stories than negative ones in regards to colonics. I’m also pretty confident my naturopath will be for colonics and not against but I’d rather discuss first with her.

    After reading dvjorges story, that is what really steered me towards trying it. He basically tried every antifungal and followed lots of different protocols to the T and still couldn’t make any breakthroughs. It wasn’t until he started doing enemas with nystatin did it turn around for him.

    My only regret is that I didn’t start the enemas earlier because I was having incredible constipation when I was experiencing my worst die off. Had I of been doing enemas regularly, I would of decreased my toxicity load immensely instead of waiting and praying that I would have a BM.

    I honestly feel die off and constipation go hand and hand so it would only make sense that enemas and colonics should be seriously considered.

    To anybody willing to try enemas to decrease their toxicity. Start out small and work your way up to doing a full enema bag because your first enema will be the most uncomfortable due to the amount of waste still in you. As you empty it out, the enemas get easier and easier.

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    dvjorge
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    Smitty99;47991 wrote:

    colonics have been helping me greatly. Its equivalent to twenty bowel movements a session, and to see the yeast and toxing coming out is great. I have had three only and will continue to go every two weeks probably for 6 months or so. I feel so much better I can’t even tell you. Enemas are good but colonics are much better in my opinion. Just get a strong probiotic like vsl 3

    I’m glad they are working for you! A friend of mine scared me off of colonics for now so I’m too scared to try until I talk to my naturopath about it next month. Personally, I’ve seen a lot more positive stories than negative ones in regards to colonics. I’m also pretty confident my naturopath will be for colonics and not against but I’d rather discuss first with her.

    After reading dvjorges story, that is what really steered me towards trying it. He basically tried every antifungal and followed lots of different protocols to the T and still couldn’t make any breakthroughs. It wasn’t until he started doing enemas with nystatin did it turn around for him.

    My only regret is that I didn’t start the enemas earlier because I was having incredible constipation when I was experiencing my worst die off. Had I of been doing enemas regularly, I would of decreased my toxicity load immensely instead of waiting and praying that I would have a BM.

    I honestly feel die off and constipation go hand and hand so it would only make sense that enemas and colonics should be seriously considered.

    To anybody willing to try enemas to decrease their toxicity. Start out small and work your way up to doing a full enema bag because your first enema will be the most uncomfortable due to the amount of waste still in you. As you empty it out, the enemas get easier and easier.

    You should treat the infection both ways, orally and rectally. It isn’t only antifungal retention enemas but an oral treatment plus a diet too.

    Jorge.

    #109475

    Smitty99
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    dvjorge;47993 wrote:

    You should treat the infection both ways, orally and rectally. It isn’t only antifungal retention enemas but an oral treatment plus a diet too.

    Jorge.

    Thanks Jorge, I am definitely still following the diet as close as I can and keeping up on my oral antifungals.

    I feel my candida is a lot more complex than most as it was caused by a serious exposure to black mold. It’s hard for me to know any more what is the candida and what is the black mold.

    I also have a very bad tooth abscess that I’ve recently noticed over a root canaled tooth so lately I’ve been wondering if my sinus and ear issues are stemming from this.

    I am going to go see a dentist next week and get that tooth removed. Only thing I can do is start ruling things out because finding definitive answers has been hard to come by for me. I’ve seen 7 MD’s and had blood work done and they just keep telling me its just allergies. So frustrating.

    Anyway

    Thanks again.

    #110774

    Floggi
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    How’s the tooth doing? Are the bones underneath now free from infections? Infections inside the jaw bone can be really hard to get rid of, and they cause all kinds of nasty symptoms. I’ve been through this experience a number of times, and it’s no fun.

    I’ve also learned new ways to clean my teeth. This was much longer ago, but it really did help. It’s about how to brush one’s teeth, how to clean the interdental spaces, when to brush and when not to brush. It helped me get rid of my bad breath.

    Anyway, forget about the enemas, as they only reach a small part of your intestines and often do more harm than good. Focus on clean eating and good oral hygiene.

    #110805

    Smitty99
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    Floggi;49295 wrote:
    How’s the tooth doing? Are the bones underneath now free from infections? Infections inside the jaw bone can be really hard to get rid of, and they cause all kinds of nasty symptoms. I’ve been through this experience a number of times, and it’s no fun.

    I’ve also learned new ways to clean my teeth. This was much longer ago, but it really did help. It’s about how to brush one’s teeth, how to clean the interdental spaces, when to brush and when not to brush. It helped me get rid of my bad breath.

    Anyway, forget about the enemas, as they only reach a small part of your intestines and often do more harm than good. Focus on clean eating and good oral hygiene.

    Thanks for your reply!
    The tooth is actually worse than expected. I went to a specialist on thursday and they actually had to give me a 3d cat scan. They said I have one of the worst infections they’ve seen. I have a cyst the size of a marble above my upper molar and its pushing into my sinuses.

    The first dentist gave me cipro last week but the specialist said that was the wrong antibiotic for thr job. So now im on metronidazole and pen v. I notice a little bit of improvement. My sinus pressure is a lil better after a day and my ears arent as itchy.

    I have to go back this week as the dental surgeon was on vacation. The three dentists that were in talked me into waiting for his opinion in case the tooth can be saved but I think im leaning towards extraction. Ive already had it root canal oncr and it failed terribly. I also read on a dental forum once an infection gets bad enough. You can never fully get rid of it even with the root canal procedure.

    Its no wonder I cant get better especially if my immube system is constantly being drained fighting this massive infection.

    Btw. To anybody reading this. Dont take cipro. That stuff is thr worst antibiotic oj the market.

    #110812

    myword12345
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    Are you all talking about the pre made enimas you buy at the store or is there another kind I need to get?

    #110814

    Smitty99
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    myword12345;49333 wrote: Are you all talking about the pre made enimas you buy at the store or is there another kind I need to get?

    I would just get the reusable kind. It’s cheaper and you can use whatever solution you want. There is many different candida fighting mixes you can make as well as probiotic enemas which can help as well.

    Usually you’ll want to do a candida killing enema followed by a probiotic enema to replenish good bacteria.

    This is what the enema bottle will look like and they are super cheap. Less than 15 bucks usually.

    btw, there is many different companies that make them so don’t stress over finding that exact name brand. It’s just a hot water bottle basically with a few attachments.

    #110815

    myword12345
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    Thank you I have been using the disposable ones and they seem like they do all that much.

    #110816

    Smitty99
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    I think it’s probably because of the quantity. Usually they don’t hold as much liquid. I wouldn’t waste your money on them.

    I wish I had of known about enemas when I first began my treatment. Candida die off turns you into cement cause it sucks all the moisture out of your stool and if you have all those toxins in your body just recirculating, not good.

    #110819

    Floggi
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    A word of warning about the bottles.

    Plastic bottles often contain BPA’s or other weakeners, conditioners, or whatever they may call them. These are chemicals that are mixed into the plastic. They are aimed at keeping the plastic, well, like plastic. Without these weakeners, most plastics would soon become brittle.

    Until only a few years ago, these chemicals were used in water bottles and other food packagings. When it was found out that the chemicals leak out of the bottles and into the liquid (water, or other drinks), and that they do all kinds of nasty things in the body, they were forbidden – at least over here in Europe, I can only hope they also forbid those chemicals in the USA.

    Even more recently, the weakeners were still used in children’s toys. This use was recently forbidden too, because children tend to chew or such on their toys, and thus ingest the chemicals.

    The current situation is that these weakeners are forbidden in food containers and other food packaging, and in toys. But they are still allowed in other plastics. So your stapler may contain them (which is no problem), and a hot-water bottle that’s intended to keep you warm in bed may also contain them (that’s no problem either).

    No I’m just saying: don’t use non-food-grade bottles for your enemas. Those bottles may contain these toxic chemicals and release them into the enema fluid. This happens even faster because enema fluid is usually heated to about body temperature, and toxin release quickly rises when the temperature increases. The toxins then flow into your intestines, whose very purpose is to absorb their contents into the bloodstream.

    Not good!

    In summary, be careful when selecting your enema bottle. At the very least, use food-grade bottles.

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