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Re: The problem with liver cleanses by #61901 ..... Body Odor Forum

Date:   8/11/2006 1:07:32 PM ( 17 years ago ago)
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Hey all - I've been dealing with the whole fecal Body Odor nightmare for a couple of years. I've used tons of chlorella, probiotics (Primal Defense) Intestinew, colostrum to treat it and all of it made me smell worse. I kept up with it all thinking it would get better eventually, but as of a few months ago, I had to quit my job (my choice) to stay home and just deal with this situation, because it wasn't getting better. My coworkers made my life pretty miserable, and as you know, that kind of stress doesn't help the situation.

Anyway, in the last month or so, I've noticed that the odor is diminishing. I'm not sure if it is because I kept going with all of the above products, or it is because of what I've added in recent weeks. I went to a naturopath who (in addition to identifying several key food allergies I have) suggested I take some drops called "Waiora". It's made from sea minerals. I take the drops on my tongue three times a day. It can be ordered on the internet. It helps to detox your cells and tissues. There is another product that I tried that is supposed to do the same thing, and it is called "Oxygen Elements". It is drops also. (I have no connection to either product, and don't even know yet if they are helping, I'm just sharing info.)

I think the reason I wasn't getting better before while taking all the other stuff, is that those other products were pushing the bad bacteria, toxins, etc. into my tissues, and that's where they stayed, causing the smell. I truly believe they are excellent products, and do help the situation, but we have to find a way to clean our tissues in order to stop the odor once and for all. Does this make sense to anyone? I've had a lot of time to sit and try to figure all this out. If anyone else has had a similar experience, please respond. Keep the faith, you all, there is an answer out there for each and every one of us.

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