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Re: Fecal Microbial Transfer


Fecal transfers might be a good option to help restore the good flora in the colon. As the article stated it may take several infusions before it is successfull. As soon as I receive some powdered undecenoic acid I am going to do  retention enemas with the powdered undecenoic acid.  Hopefully i can get to the point where I can clear out enough fungal candida to do a series of fecal transfers.

I have a product I bought a long time ago called candida helper from Wellness resources. it has undeclyenic acid(133 mg) and caprylic acid(135 mg), lactoferrin (54mg). I did an enema with one capsule a few weeks ago and it caused me to be loopy for about 4 hours straight. Im thinking maybe most of that was from the caprylic acid? It was hard to believe that the small amount that i did as an enema caused that kind of reaction for 4 hrs straight. It will be interesting to see what happens when i  do the undecenoic acid  enema by itself.

Do you think any of the candida force reaches the colon or it mostly gets absorbed in the small intestine?

 

 
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