In five years of posting,I have never received a negative reply concerning the amount of vitamin E used.I have not read about any hart problems using vitamin E.Please ask your pharmacist for a source. I cannot give you an exact answer
on the 2400 IU of vitamin E,however,starting out with the lower doses you will have
an opportunity to observe any negative or positive reactions as you increase the levels used.The procedure has worked with past prescr*iption medications.If done correctly,you should see a positive result within a week.The procedure will NOT be effective unless a proper diet is used.The only poor results reported have been caused by a poor diet.Fresh cooked vegetables are a cornerstone of the procedure.Brown rice(the best) and the other grains listed are good.Follow the listed diet instructions.One wrong food or liquid can cause colon wall irritation and delay healing.I can send you information on the updated diet and enema procedure in 2 attachments.For school lunch,pack the fresh cooked vegetables,chicken or cold water fish in a container.All foods eaten should only consist of those listed.Once your son feels the benefits, you should not have a problem using the diet.Spring water has many inorganic
minerals and other chemicals that can irritate the colon wall.Use room temperature for drinks.After the colon is healed,you can expand the diet one food at a time. If you cannot buy distilled water in your market place,a filtering system is best.The purer the water the better.Please post you results if you try the procedure or send me an E mail.
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On the opening page,in upper right small Curezone Google search window,type vitamin E enema.Posting issue 64 will give you the procedure information.
The basic diet has worked for many people.However,there can be diet differences in food tolerances between some people.Let your colon be your guide.Don't let your taste preferences for certain foods be your guide.The diet is the cornerstone of the procedure.Any wrong food or liquid will irritate the colon and delay healing.As stated in the procedure,the insoluble fiber of vegetables should be eaten at every meal.If you you do the procedure correctly,there should be a positive result within a week and then steady improvement to a CURE.
Once you get a basic diet that works for a time you can add one new food and wait for your colon's judgment.The length of time before the CURE will depend on the condition of your colon and how well you keep to the basic procedure.Please keep me informed.Additional information on the opening page at Curezone Support Forms(TOP). Find form "vitamin E enema" #114.On the page you will also find the posting Issue 64 BSA by sheldon 5 years.