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Re: Colonics and candida
jameskep37 Views: 6,912
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Re: Colonics and candida

I have colonics done once a week to get rid of mucus, candida waste, and to help relieve me of my constipation. I dont recommend colonics  unless you have severe constipation/have no flora in the colon. I think too many colonics can disturb the friendly flora too much. Im pretty sure that My colon has been taken over by candida fungus due to the reaction I have when I do anti-fungal enemas+the amount of gas produced by the candida at the end of my colonic.

Colonics itself might help to get rid of some candida but does not eradicate the deep rooted fungal candida. Thats been my experience. Im hoping very soon I can stop doing colonics and start re-establishing normal bowel movements again. Colonics are not cheap, but having your colon removed is not a good alternative.


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