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italybound
Thursday, March 8, 2007, 3:15am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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chickengirl, wishing you a warm welcome to BTD and the forums!!  

Ronagon's mention of Bladderwrack came from Dr. D's "Blood Type Encyclopedia" book, under "constipation". IMHO, I would feel safe to follow his regimens.  The first ingredient in two of the three regimens is bladderwrack.  
Good to know that you're exploring all your options and asking questions. Knowledge is power.  



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Thanks italybound. Sounds like a good group here!
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Buckthorn is another herb that may help with constipation and also used as a stool softener ...  as a last resort if nothing else helps  ...
http://www.pdrhealth.com/drug_info/nmdrugprofiles/herbaldrugs/100440.shtml
http://www.ageless.co.za/herb-buckthorn.htm


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Thanks. Buckthorn sounds really bad. I'm trying to stay away from strong stimulants, which according to the site, it is.
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chickengirl,

In his blood type encyclopedia, Dr. D lists the following three protocols to be used in treating constipation for type B’s:

1) a detoxification protocol:
    - thoroughwax/Bei-Chai-Hu
    - flax seeds
    - L-glutathione
    - Epsom Salt baths

2) a liver protocol:
    - beet leaf and root capsules
    - licorice root tea
    - potassium citrate
    - curcumin
    - fenugreek

3) an intestinal protocol:
    - magnesium
    - rice-derived tocotrienols
    - elecampane
    - chlorophyll liquid

Those are the basic ingredients.  However, for exact doses on this stuff, you’ll have to go buy a copy of the encyclopedia and keep it as a reference.  It’s too much to type, and I think Dr. D would rather people buy his books than have his information just given away for free all the time.

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chickengirl,

Also, I need to clarify something:  When italybound said I was talking about Dr. D recommending bladderwrack for constipation, that was only for type O's.  Not for type B's.  Type B's have the protocols I just listed previously.
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Quoted from chickengirl
Thanks. Buckthorn sounds really bad. I'm trying to stay away from strong stimulants, which according to the site, it is.


I agree that's why I specified as a LAST resort ...
Hopefully u will and have found a more gentle approach  


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Thanks all. I just got my encyclopedia back from a friend that I had loaned it to. I will do  some studying tonight. I definitely would recommend that as the best book to buy for BTD. I've been hearing a lot of people confused about what foods to eat reading the others. I defintely think the encyclopedia is the clearest and best organized.
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When italybound said I was talking about Dr. D recommending bladderwrack for constipation, that was only for type O's. .


Thanks for making the clarification on this Ronagon.  



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