- January 8, 2018 at 5:18 am #174988
I have been treating candida related syndrome since October and I’ve been experiencing digestive and immune-related issues for 5-7 years now. My symptoms are as follows:
Constipation (Still struggling with this although I suspect that’s partially because I’m doing so many enemas my colon is usually empty anyway)
Flatulence (Greatly reduced)
Abdominal distention (Greatly reduced)
Tingling in hands and feet (Reduced. I believe this is linked to die off)
Itchy scalp and hair shedding (hair shedding has now stopped after several years!!! :D)
Brain fog (which has now disappeared)
Fatigue (I’m rarely fatigued now)
Leaky gut – Heightened allergies and food intolerances including gluten (Still working on this but I suspect they’ll disappear once my gut is healed and free of infection)
I have been treating myself with nystatin enemas amongst other things and had a major breakthrough on New Year’s Day. I did an extremely thorough enema cleanse (6-10 litres of water) followed by a nystatin / curcumin retention enema, which I managed to get all the way from the rectum to the cecum. That evening, I excreted huge amounts of fungal colonies that I’d never seen before and I’ve since realised that my efforts until that point had been rather half-arsed. I’m repeating this daily and now feeling better by the day. It is surely only a matter of time until I’ve beaten this!
It is absolutely essential to get the nystatin to the cecum. Orally, it wont reach the cecum in sufficient concentrations. Rectally, if you’re only hitting the sigmoid colon, then you’re not going to cut off the head of the snake. Please – anyone who knows they have candida, is doing nystatin enemas and not seeing frightening looking dead candida in their stools (long strings of white, yellow, brown fungus that look like noodles), try and go a little deeper 😀
BobJanuary 20, 2018 at 10:56 am #175046
thejacguesParticipantTopics: 0Replies: 2
Hey, can you please elaborate if you are using only nystatin and curcumin in the enemas and most importantly, how you make sure that the solution reaches the cecum, where supposedly Candida has most of it’s colonies? How many liters of water do you use for the treatment enema, once the initial cleaning enema is done?January 22, 2018 at 8:03 am #175050
Sorry I missed your post and for the late reply.
I clean out the gut in the morning or evening with anywhere between 4-8 litres of water. Once the water you’re expelling is clear then you know that the gut is mostly clean and the fungus that lives on the mucus layer is exposed so the nystatin can kill it most effectively. I also use a magnesium stool softening supplement called Colosan before bed. This way I wake up, have a decent bowel movement before I start the cleansing enemas. I use a couple of 2 litre enema bags to do this bit. I never hold more than 4 litres although they say people can hold anywhere between 3-6 litres depending on how big your colon is. I use sea salt in the main 4 litre enema just to guard against loss of electrolytes.
For the retention enema, I’m still experimenting but usually I use about 4-8 ounces of warm water with 1 capsule of pure turmeric/curcumin and half a teaspoon of nystatin powder. I don’t put anything else in it. The most frustrating part of this whole process is sometimes I struggle to get the solution to the cecum. On a good day, I use my body and gravity to get the solution down the sigmoid colon. I then shift my body to the right and can feel it trickle down the transverse colon and into the ascending colon and finally the cecum. Then if I massage the cecum area, I can feel water in there and I know I’ve succeeded. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been very inconsistent in this process so have been experimenting to find the perfect technique. The days I manage it, that same evening, I do a quick bulb enema with clear water and expel strings of fungus and biofilms. These are usually white, yellowish, translucent, slightly green. Some of them are disturbingly long. The longest I’ve expelled was about 10 inches. These are biofilms and proof that the infection has lived in me for many years. I experienced die off symptoms after the retention enema throughout the day, which include hands and feet tingling, stinging and blistering hands, itchy scalp. Once I’ve expelled the candida, I feel instantly better, sometimes euphoric. Considering I’ve only successfully got the solution to the cecum maybe 6/7 times, the progress in my wellbeing has been astonishing.
Today, I failed about 3 times to get the solution past the transverse colon. It was just sitting in the sigmoid colon so I lost patience and I mixed about 3 teaspoons with about a litre of water and used my cleansing enema bag. There was enough force and solution to whip it round to my transverse colon and I think I got a significant amount into my cecum so I’m excited to see the results tonight haha! Tbh, I think I’m reaching the point where I’ve killed most of it. My energy, tingling, hair loss, bloating are all significantly better and I’m probably at the stage where I’ll introduce prebiotics such as lactulose.
Any more questions, happy to help.January 22, 2018 at 8:26 am #175051
In terms of making sure I hit the cecum, you need to clear out the colon so nothing is blocking it. It could be blocked by gas or stool so it’s important to have a proper clear out. I then get on all fours in the “doggy style” position, squirt in the solution and let it trickle down. I shift my body to the right whilst maintaining a position which use gravity so the solution goes deeper into the colon. Once I’ve felt the solution get into the transverse colon, I rest on my right side and try and stay as relaxed as possible. This way the solution gets to the ascending colon/cecum and settles there. After 10-30 minutes, I get up, shower and get on with my day.February 3, 2018 at 9:00 am #175105
thejacguesParticipantTopics: 0Replies: 2
I tried this technique multiple times and it is really hard to achieve.
Anytime I pour ~ 1 litre of enema solution inside (even after the cleaning), I am unable to hold it for more than few minutes.
My question is – did you have a colonoscopy made before the enema treatment?
When you used to ate certain types of food (let’s say sugars, bread, rice etc) how much time did it require in order to give you the first symptoms?
I will make few more attempts but I am afraid I am unable to practice this method.February 4, 2018 at 11:17 am #175108
Wiley200ParticipantTopics: 2Replies: 203
How often are you doing the enemas? I’m concerned that after a while your digestive system will just stop doing what it should, and become dependent on the enemas.
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