How to Clean your Colon | Colon Cleanse
Why Cleanse the Colon? What does the Colon do?
The colon or large intestine's major job is to absorb water from indigestible food, compact it into waste material (feces) and pass it from the body through the anus. As the undigested food moves through the colon, bacteria (also called micro-flora or flora) that live in the colon feed on the material, producing vitamins like vitamin K and vitamin B, which are absorbed into the bloodstream. A person with a healthy colon will have 2-3 bowel movements a day shortly after each meal. Many of us do not have healthy colons because our diets consist of many processed foods that lack a high fiber content.
National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NDDIC)
Over years this results in waste material that becomes impacted in the lining and pouches in the intestinal walls. Each pouch is called a diverticulum (multiple pouches are called diverticula), and it will bulge outwards through weak spots in the colon. This build up waste results in compromised intestines, which results in irregular bowel movements, added weight, and the accumulation of toxins from the putrefied waste material lining the colon. These toxins enter the bloodstream and are circulated throughout the body. People can retain 20 or more pounds of old putrid fecal matter in these pockets, which many experts believe is the cause of most illnesses in the body since it puts an immense strain on the immune system.
Cleanse the Colon | Colonics
The main thing the colon needs for healthy functioning is fiber! Most of us need more fiber in our diets. We need to consume more whole plant-based food in the form of vegetables, fruits, and grains. To clean a fecal impacted colon we need to eat more fiber, but we will also need some assistance when first addressing this built up waste. I previously mentioned that I did a colonic, and I had excellent results with it. Colonics are aimed at using substances that can break apart the putrefied material and move it out of the body. I have found that most colonics use a combination of bentonite clay, to pull the waste and toxins out of the diverticula, and psyllium husk, used as a dietary fiber and laxative, to move the clay and toxins down the intestines and out the body. Colonics will call for certain amounts of water to avoid constipation that can be caused by the use of the clay. Enemas are useful in removing this waste because they will help loosen impacted waste and clay, and help move them out of the body.
Methods for Removing Parasites Living in the Toxic Colon
I know it sounds yucky, but we do have them. Check this list if you want proof :Wikipedia | List of Parasites of Humans. The good thing is we can get rid of them. Speaking of enemas to assist removal of waste during a colonic, a garlic enema is an excellent way to kill parasites living in the colon. Intestinal parasites cause diarrhea, abdominal pain, gas, bloating, weight loss and other symptoms. Those buggers and worms do not like garlic.
Boil 1 quart of water and then remove from fire. Add in 3-6 crushed garlic cloves (Vary the amount between 3 and 6 cloves depending on how strong you can take the mixture). Let the garlic steep for an hour. Once the water has cooled to a temperature where it doesn't burn you, add the garlic water to an enema bag and apply the enema.
Herbs to Kill Parasites
- Black Walnut: Is traditional herbal remedy used to kill parasites, though there aren't any scientific studies to support its use.
- Cloves: Cloves contain a very strong germicidal agent, which works very effectively in killing adult parasites and their larvae (roundworms and flatworms).
- Coconut Oil:Expels or kills tapeworms, lice, giardia, and other parasites.
- Papain enzymes: Enzymes from papayas used to kill parasites
- Wormwood: Is traditional herbal remedy used to expell roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms, though there aren't any scientific studies to support its use.
I use a black walnut-wormwood complex to specifically to kill parasites, and I use papain enzymes to clean my small intestines, and they also kill parasites. I use coconut oil to cook with, and drink it because is has been shown to be antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-fungal. It contains lauric acid, which raises high-density lipoprotein (HDL), also known as good cholesterol, and it also has the benefit of expelling parasites.