Sly making progress
What I passed today with a urine enema, slow and steady wins the race... never give up!
Date: 12/4/2014 3:56:36 PM ( 6 y ) ... viewed 2361 times
Well, I did a liver cleanse last night. I had about 1 tablespoon in epsom salts with 1 cup of water and some bragg's apple cider vinegar about 3 hours apart and then around 7 or 8 pm I had half a cup of sesame oil and half a cup of fresh grapefruit juice. I couldn't fast or do a proper diet before it for very long, because I am so toxic and have hypoglycemia. Didn't pass much this morning (can only go at all if I have an enema... bowels have seemingly given up). But around 1 pm I had a urine enema (have been storing my very dark urine in the fridge) and warm tap water enema, and I passed a bunch of mucous and what looks like a piece of intestinal lining. Have had a feeling in my colon for at least 3 weeks that I can't pass everything, even with multiple enemas. Around 1:30 pm I implanted a homemade kefir (just the watery part of the kefir, the whey) and warm tap water enema.
I have tried doing more strict protocols in the past and am so toxic I end up failing and getting discouraged so I am trying to follow my intuition this time around. If anyone has any ideas what the white ribbon I passed is (intestinal lining or perhaps a worm?) I'd be interested. It expands like a piece of strange tissue paper when submerged in water.
I plan to eat some cucumber and hummus today and get some miso, tofu and green onions. No real long term plan as of yet, seeing how I feel hourly and making adjustments. Felt peaceful doing the urine enema earlier.
Yesterday I think I learned something from my computer. It is old and probably full of viruses and kept crashing. Everything was taking so long. I felt so frustrated with it. Kept restarting, nothing. But I could delete some things that had been installed on my system and over time... that helped. I need to be realistic at this point in the game, keep making baby steps.
Here is what I passed:
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