Wierd material eliminated after coffee enema / psyllium, bentonite colon cleansing
Forum: Enema & Colonics
- Wierd material eliminated after coffee enema / psyllium, bentonite colon...
I have done coffee enemas regularly (3-5X/wk), for about a month or 2, a few of months ago, nothing
else besides drinking fresh/frozen carrot/celery juice, done with a low-class juicer (Juiceman Jr.). After
just 3-5 days of this, I had very noticeable results, like, my skin problems (pimples) had improved, and
my hair, which had become very, very dry, dull knotty and ugly, had become smooth, silky, unknotty and
more shiny. This was very good, and I was happy with these results. I had also noticed that some of
my 'eliminations' had those strange rope-like 'additions', that I viewed pictures of on this site a few weeks
ago (I wondered what they were). After reading more, though, I'm wondering how I accomplished that
without any colon cleansing, since the coffee enema only goes into the s-shaped part of the end of the
colon, like I read on this site. Anybody know how? Just curious.
Anyway, recently I have been reading on the curezone site (and other sites) about colon cleansing, and I
started drinking juice with psyllium and Bentonite (volcanic ash substance), and taking one tablet of Intestinal
Cleansing Formula along with it, once or twice per day, but not completely regularly, and I need to increase
the tablets and # of times per day. Just getting started on that. And, I started juicing again, only I am
working a 10 hour day, going to Karate 3-4 times per week, have kids, etc., so I have little time, and so I
have been freezing the juice in ice cube trays and letting them defrost, before drinking only at lunch time.
(baby steps, huh?). So, I just got a username/password, and wanted to inform whoever reads this of
what I've been doing, in case it matters. Oh, also...I eat fairly well, and have been researching nutrition
for a while, and trying to implement what I've learned into my diet, but have been having trouble doing all
this, due to time constraints.
So here comes my strange question. While doing a coffee enema, you cannot 'check' your eliminations
right after the enema, because you really can't see anything through all that coffee. In the past, while
doing only coffee enemas, I have noticed that an hour or 2 or 3 after an enema; sometimes the next day,
a clear discharge comes out, that smells fishy (yup, I smelled it - gross!). Is that the extra bile that the
liver secretes during the enema?
Wierder yet, most recently, with doing everything, but coffee enemas only once or twice a week, and
normally an hour or 2 or 3 or the next morning after the enema, some of the bile stuff (I think), and also
some 'extra' stuff, that is so wierd looking, it has me somewhat worried. It's hard to describe it, but I'll
try. It looks like a structure, of a clear/white membrane, or a piece of one, that always has attached to
it, more of the same, but enclosed within this part is what looks like a pod, filled with red vein-like thinks,
and some black seed-looking things inside. This wierd 'structure' comes out sometime later, not within
the normal 'bm', and I can usually tell when it is going to be coming out. It almost looks like a living thing,
or a part of one, but it doesn't look 'alive' anymore. Am I reading too much into something very
stupid? Is it a parasite? Should I get it tested? Am I 'ripping out' part of some lining in my
colon/intestines? Should I worry?
I have read on your forums somewhere on this site, how people mentioned a mucous substance
that comes out, which may account for the stuff I think is bile, but what is the other stuff?
Help! (and sorry for the long message, but anyone I tell of what I am doing, which is very, very
few people, already thinks I'm insane for doing this, so I have nobody to ask)
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