|Posted on Wednesday, March 28, 2001 - 02:13 am: |
Susan (oral chelation post on March 27th) asked whether waste materials should float or sink -- and she revealed some imaginative gifts in trying to find her own answers.
Basically, the short answer is that they should float.
Digestion and assimilation occurs in the stomach, small intestines, and large intestine . . . where there is a mixture of putrefactive and friendly bacteria and considerable chemical activity. Due to chlorinated water, antibiotics, and a host of other issues, most people have the wrong mixture of putrefactive to friendly bacteria. There should be approximately 15% putrefactive bacteria and 85% friendly intestinal flora. When this ratio is maintained, eliminations are almost odorless and effortless . . . and the gases caused by the breakdown of food is bound into the waste products and eliminated. The fact that the gases are combined with the heavier materials makes for floating stools.
When the intestinal tract is healthy, eliminating is easy.
Years ago, I read that the majority of people have about 40 pounds of impacted material in their colons by the time they reach middle age. I once had a nurse in one of my classes who used to assist with autopsies. She said she had recently seen a corpse with 90 pounds of dried up material in the colon. I frankly was not surprised.
I have created a formula that I think is one of the best I have ever seen that is both carminative (neutralizing to gas and odor) and stimulating to peristalsis, but unlike many other products, it does not work on the principle of irritation so much as regeneration so it is easily tolerated, even by elderly and convalescing people.
Intestinal flora is also important, vitally important.
|Posted on Friday, March 30, 2001 - 08:06 am: |
Yesterday, I bought a can of "Source of Life" powder for an older friend who used to live with my mother. (I had give her a small amount a few days ago, and she said after two days her itching had cleared up, which is a symptom of a liver condition I can't remember the name of) (Ingrid, she needs your liver cleanse herbs). So I brought the can and she said she was feeling terrible - upset stomach, nauseus. Then it came out that she had one more antibiotic pill to take that had been prescribed for a flu or cold previously. No wonder, and the doctor didn't advise her to replenish her intestinal flora with yogurt or anything. Had also bought her some kefir, just by coincidence, but she probably needs more than that - she is in her 80's.
That is interesting about the gases being what keeps the stools afloat - must tell my daughter. Mine are floating again after that few days of sinking. Will never know whether it was lead or not. Seems there must be a lot more lead stored up than could be eliminated in a few days.
Another question that is intriguing is: How does one know if one is eliminating heavy metals from the proper channels?
|Posted on Friday, March 30, 2001 - 11:03 pm: |
You can order my intestinal formula. It is easy to order on:
To get the capping device, go to another of my sites:
Your friend is well advised to use some intestinal flora as well.
|Posted on Monday, July 12, 2004 - 05:01 pm: |
I have several questions
Where can I get information (pictures preferably) on what different bowel movements look like (I am doing a kidney/liver/intestine flush and pooping frequently but mostly little finger size bits and pieces most of which sink. )
Are supplements taken at this time useless?
Is an intestinal flush the same as a colon flush?
I am just looking for general answers on the last two questions as you do not know what I am taking. I will try one of your products next time but I bought this stuff before I saw your board.
Thanks for your time
|Posted on Sunday, July 18, 2004 - 09:41 pm: |
Basically, the waste products should come out effortlessly. They should be dark brown in color, uniform thickness, almost odorless, and they should be in one piece that floats. This means that the putrefactive gases in the colon have been bound up into the waste materials and made them lighter weight. If your experience does not match this description, it means that you do not have enough friendly bacteria in the colon. This could be do to diet, chemicals in the food or water that destroy friendly bacteria, antibiotics or antibiotic residues in animal products, and a host of other aggravating factors.
|Posted on Thursday, July 22, 2004 - 01:48 am: |