tiredofencrytpedto on 2008-01-16
After a few days the parasites and waste would build up again in my liver due to my blocked gallbladder not releasing bile. I had to do other things to get that under control.
Once colonics got me started, I later found other detoxifiers worked about as well, especially the herbal product CKLS (wonderful for me), diluted Food Grade hydrogen peroxide (sometimes), and chi gong exercises for the abdominal organs.
Buck59 last decade
Learn about the number of toxins coffee contains (see in the web)and the effort liver puts to push those coffee toxins out of the body ;;;;;
What do you mean by parasite material? any infection or bacteria / virus or what?
sorahamsha last decade
I was replying to the question on coffee enemas where the coffee is mixed into the enema water. Not advocating drinking coffee habitually at the 'top end' unless it is good for one.
I had dozens of infections in my liver and colon--many bacteria, viruses, worms, protozoans, etc. but the material visible in the colonic waste was clouds of candida fungus and hundreds of large tapeworm eggs. Nosodes cured me of most of it. I found out about homeopathic Cina recently and it seems to help.
My root cause is TMJ causing blocked breathing, a stiff neck along the gallbladder meridian, and consequently blocked gallbladder etc. Staphy occasionally works for my gallbladder, and no other homeopathic seems to.
Do you know of any homeopathics for stiff necks or for breathing? Lachnanthes has not worked for my neck, while Snapdragon flower remedy worked very well for one month only. Ignatia has not worked for my breathing (but worked great for my father's).
Buck59 last decade
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