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    wol1
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    For you who have/is doing enemas regular, did you buy a distiller since it’s very expensive to buy distilled water?(at least in my country)

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    Tdog333
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    I just use filtered tap water, i have a pur filter thing that attaches to the tap. either that or boil it

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    wol1
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    Can anyone else comment on this? Would what Tdog suggested be okay? I’ve read it should be only distilled water but that costs like 10 pounds for 4 liter in my country so for “long-term use”, it might be better to buy a distiller?

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    Danny33
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    wol1;51674 wrote: For you who have/is doing enemas regular, did you buy a distiller since it’s very expensive to buy distilled water?(at least in my country)

    wol1,

    Spring, distilled, and purified water will all work great.
    I have been using spring water myself but distilled works great as well.

    I wouldn’t recommend using tap water, even if boiled. In the US they add chlorine, fluoride, etc.
    In my mind its counterproductive to use water that contains chemicals that may kill the beneficial flora in your colon. Brita type water filters usually do not remove chlorine, just the taste.

    In the US, a gallon for Spring, Distilled, and purified water is about 1.00 USD.

    Can you find spring water for cheaper?

    -D

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    wol1
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    Thank you so, so much for the answer. I will check this up.. you guys get the water for 1/5 of the price that we get here in Sweden. I’m jealous 🙁

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    approximately_me
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    A caution: I did enemas for a month. It never improved my yeast one bit, but it did flush out any flora I had at the time. After the month, even a glass of juiced vegetables constipated me horribly. I know some people have seen improvement with them, but from my experience, I would not.

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    Danny33
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    approximately_me;51728 wrote: A caution: I did enemas for a month. It never improved my yeast one bit, but it did flush out any flora I had at the time. After the month, even a glass of juiced vegetables constipated me horribly. I know some people have seen improvement with them, but from my experience, I would not.

    Intestinal Flora recovers pretty well in these situations (enemas, diarrhea, colonics, etc.).

    Enemas alone WILL NOT reduce the yeast population in your colon unless you are doing anti-fungal retention enemas (Nystatin, Sodium Bicarbonate, etc.).

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    wol1
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    At the moment I’m not doing it to reduce the yeast, I’m doing it to expell the toxins I think is in my stomach. But thanks for any input!

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