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Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- 30 Day Colon Cleanse
- ACV, Baking Soda, Garlic
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Bowel Obstruction Remedies
- Diet, Licorice Extract, Xylitol Cleanse
- Fecal Transplant Science
- Garlic, Cranberry Juice
- General Feedback
- Multiple Remedies
- Psyllium Husk and Bentonite Clay Shake
- Raw Fruits
- Remedies Needed
- Stool Changes
- Stool Color
- Twisted Colon Remedies
05/28/2013: Radical from Miami, Florida: "For some weeks now I've been noticing "carrot-like" chippings in my faeces. I have not visited a doctor because I'm wondering what remedy I can possibly take to rectify this. Has this happened to anyone? If so, what might be the internal cause of this?"Replies
05/29/2013: Timh from Louisville, Ky, Usa replies: "Radical: This is likely a case of incomplete digestion, probably due to infection or possibly parasite infestation. I would recommend taking Oregano Oil softgels for a few days then begin Digestive Enzymes plus Probiotics. Two weeks of this regimen should show improvement."
02/09/2012: Jenifer from Los Angeles, Ca: "What is up when one's poop is viridian green?"Replies
03/29/2013: Cat from Austin, Tx replies: "Know that I am late on this one but if I eat lots of cruciferous veggies like cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts.... Or even spinach, my stool eliminates darkish green. It goes back to normal when I take a break with these types of veggies. I try not to eat the cruciferous veggies days in a row because they do adversely affect the lymph nodes under my neck, they become swollen. I've read that cru veggies can adversely affect the thyroid when over-eaten. I'll do further research on this."
Twisted Colon Remedies
04/20/2010: Wanda from Ruckersville, Va: "Does anyone have a cure for a twisted colon. I go thru periods of severe cramping. The colon became twisted on it's own so surely there must be a way to untwist it naturally."Replies
04/23/2010: Lisa from Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa replies: "Hi Wanda,
Typically, a twisted colon is due to a poor diet. Mostly, lack of fiber but also sometimes it occurs because of a Caesarean section in women. You might want to look at your diet because that is the answer to finding the natural way to help your colon. Start eating a lot more fiber.
Hope this helps you get back your health, Lisa"