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How to Improve
Your Success Rate With
Colon Pills/Cleanse

This Video Presentation Answers the Following Questions

  • How can I improve the likely hood of getting the bowel movements I seek? (23 Seconds)
  • How many pills to start with? (35 Seconds)
  • Have you gotten off all prescription drugs? (1 Minute 45 Seconds)
  • Have you dramatically increase the amount of distilled water? (1 Minute 23 Seconds)
  • Are you being astute with the timing of the colon pills? ((1 Minute)
  • Do you consume other high fiber items? (1 Minute 49 Seconds)
  • Are you walking or getting any other movements to assist your colon function? (58 Seconds)
  • How much and what kind of friendly bacteria are important to assist with constipation? (1 Minute 8 Seconds)
  • How to dance with the dosage? (47 Seconds)
  • What is the Big Flush? (59 Seconds)


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liviotic 350

Liviotic 350 Clinical Strength High Potency, Multispecies, Multistrain Probiotic

Constipation can many times be a signal that the gut bacteria has been compromised and a repopulation effort can create a gut environment that works so much better that you may be able to reduce or eliminate the consumption of colon pills. Please read this entire page and see if this could be the case for you.

Directions: Dissolve the contents of one Stick Pack (350 Billion CFUs) into one or two ounces of distilled water and consume once daily. Each container has fifteen opaque, foil-lined, oxygen-free stick packs of 4.5 grams of a diverse blend of probiotic strains to support a healthy gut microbiome.

Each Packet is produced with 650 Billion CFU at time of manufacture.

Discuss using this product with your practitioner.

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If you are on a “maintenance” routine the length of time a container will last is one month if taken every other day. Please review the list of common hazards that destroy the beneficial gut bacteria below and attempt to lower your exposure.

If you cannot reduce the hazards, you will want to continue taking one packet every other day.

Once you have eliminated most of your exposure to the hazards you will need to only “re-inoculate” once weekly to maintain a robust relationship between the good and bad gut bacteria.

If you have suffered just one event of exposure to hazards, such as:

  • Antibiotic consumption
  • Chemotherapy agents
  • Medical interventions
  • Dental interventions

One round of 15 days is recommended.

If you have endured multiple events such as:

  • Multiple Antibiotic exposures
  • Multiple Chemotherapy Agents Dosages
  • Medical interventions
  • Dental interventions

Then a more aggressive approach is recommended:

If you are quite compromised you can first do the 21-day detox, this will set the stage to a gentler transition to robust gut health. After your 21-day detox a 30 day round is recommended.

Here is a list of common hazards to your friendly gut bacteria (microbiome)

  • Antibiotics
  • Chemotherapy agents
  • Stress
  • Diet
  • Preservatives in food
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Antibiotics in meat
  • Chlorine from tap water
  • Medical interventions
  • Dental interventions
  • Food poisoning
  • Lack of daily aerobic activity
  • Birth control pills
  • Blood pressure pills
  • Cholesterol pills
  • Anti-anxiety pills
  • Other pharmaceuticals
  • Cheese
  • Dairy products
  • Packaged meats
  • Cake
  • Candy
  • Ice cream
  • Antibiotic hand wipes
  • Antiperspirants
  • Deodorants
  • Certain light frequencies
  • Swimming pools
  • Bottled water
  • Toothpaste
  • Mouthwash
  • Shampoos
  • Nail Polish
  • Hair coloring
  • Baked goods
  • Every packaged food product
  • Food preservative
  • Rife machine treatments
  • EMF exposure
  • Workplace hazards
  • Bleach
  • Laundry detergents
  • Dishwasher detergent
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Gasoline
  • Herbicides
  • Pesticides
  • Fumigants
  • Treated grapes
  • Clothing that is been treated to reduce odor
  • Dry cleaned clothing
  • Almost every piece of furniture
  • Most carpeting
  • Topical skin products
  • Restaurant meals
  • Salt
  • Parasite overgrowth

As you repopulate the good bacteria, the bad bacteria will be dying off. If this happens too fast for your body to remove the toxins you can get side effects.

Potential “side effects” you may experience as you transition from bad bacteria to good bacteria:

Bloating. This is temporary and, if it happens, it will normally diminish in a few days.

Headache. Coffee enemas, up to five a day, may be needed to get rid of the headache. Also, you may need to go to an every-other-day routine for a few days and then test if you can resume your every day routine without getting a headache.

The good news is that feelings of depression fade, if you have been having them, and happiness becomes a regular feeling. Also, if you crave some of the hazardous “comfort” foods on the list above you will soon notice that your interest in these foods fades away (in direct proportion to the good bacteria to the bad bacteria in your gut). Some people also report that their sleeping habits become more regulated to sleeping better at night and not wanting to sleep during the day (this is most likely due to the bad bacteria being more active at night than good bacteria).

If you want my analysis of the whether this produce is likely to assist you then please, fill out the questionnaire so I can better understand your current situation. Please be as detailed as you can. Included current diet and preparation as well as anything else you can to give me a better picture of the progress to recovery.

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Okra-Pepsin Cleanse Mucus From Small Intestine, Improving Assimilation

Standard Process Okra Pepsin E3 150 Caps

Okra Pepsin works in the small intestine to gently digest the buildup of mucus.

Your body is designed to respond by issuing mucus to protect and defend when a toxin is detected.

So when you consume anything that is damaged, engineered (GMO), flavored, preserved, burnt or otherwise imperfect your body goes on the defensive and issues mucus to protect the gut.

When this happens on a regular basis, a buildup of mucus can occur in the small intestine. This can result in a reduction in your ability to assimilate the food you consume.

I recommend you consume one capsule of Okra Pepsin with each meal  to keep the mucus from building up. One bottle is a 50 day supply.

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Phosfood Liquid 2 -2 oz Bottles

Suggested Use: Ten drops in water, three times per day, or as directed.Phosfood Liquid encourages a healthy blood calcium-phosphorus ratio.

  • Promotes healthy cellular metabolism
  • Supports bone health

Commonly for use when performing a Liver Flush

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Enema Bucket

Enema Bucket

Enemas are sometimes needed to get relief, a particularity effective way to get instant relief from a toxic headache is a coffee enema.

Enema Bucket: 1500 cc (48 oz.) bucket (BPA free) is graduated in both ounces and milliliters. Notched handles facilitate carrying the unit in an upright position. Soft vinyl tube (60″ long) has a non-traumatic tip with rounded eyes for safe, easy insertion. Positive-close clamp on tube is designed for one-handed operation.

Enema Bucket Set contains bucket, tube, plastic clamp, castile soap packet, and a moisture-proof under pad. Each set is individually wrapped in a polypropylene bag, and includes instructions for assembling the enema kit.

WARNING: Some new users of coffee enema treatments will be a bit impatient and poke or scratch themselves causing discomfort for a few days while your body heals. If you are a new user of this treatment I highly recommend you also purchase the soft extension tube to ease your way.

Thin your bile to get better results. Read the article here.


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Enema Extension Tube Attachment

You will find a enjoyable and gentle experience when using this extension to the enema bucket. The extension slips firmly over the vinyl hose.




A soft, latex red rubber catheter (pictured below).





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