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purlgirl
Thursday, August 16, 2007, 12:50am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I think I'm ready to do some cleansing. Not sure where to start.

I've been doing BTD since January and my health has improved. Out of the blue I  I'm having a bit of trouble with Kidney stones.

SOOOOOOOOOO I think it's time. I realize the body starts to cleanse once it is healthy enough.
I'm drinking apple juice and taking Hydrangea for the kidneys. I would really appreciate any help/encouragement  available.

Also...........I can see it's time to consider cleansing the rest of me.
Is there a recommendewd order and protocol I can use? I'm pretty open-minded.

Do I need to buy special products?

Thanks for whatever you can come up with. I always get grt help here.
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Lola
Thursday, August 16, 2007, 1:21am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I believe following the btd is very cleansing.....
although some have done cleanses following certain instructions
http://www.curezone.com/cleanse/liver/huldas_recipe.asp

you can read lots of old threads on cleanses done by them if you do a search...
good luck!

I personally would follow some protocols instead, but we are all individuals....
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm


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I like the Detox protocol myself..... It includes dandelion, which I think is just wonderful! It should help with your stones and you can probably get the tea locally.

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I'm also a fan of dandelion, especially the roasted root made into "coffee".

For stones of either kidneys or gallbladder, a great herb is Chanca Piedra (breakstone).  Here is a link to a good company:
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Thank you all.

Can't tell you how many times I have been looking for the Protocol list with out success. So I saved it to my favorites.

Victoria - thank you. have you used this herb? I see it's a tea.  Just wondering how it taste? Have you tried the other one (tea) too.
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purlgirl,

I do a combination of the detox, antibacterial, and yeast control protocols.  It really works.
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I'd like to know more about it. Did you make your own program?
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Quoted from purlgirl
Thank you all.

Victoria - thank you. have you used this herb? I see it's a tea.  Just wondering how it taste? Have you tried the other one (tea) too.


I keep this herb in the house and use as needed when I feel digestive congestion.  It is also available in capsule form, which I buy at my local health food store.  I'm not sure why it didn't show up on their website.  I've never tried it in tea form.



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Ronagon
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purl,

All I did was think about it for awhile:  If a main problem was reactive or undigestable foods remaining in the intestines and fermenting/rotting in order to give off indoles and polyamines, then by removing them I'd be doing myself a huge favor.

So I just realized that fermentation happens from bacterial and yeast overgrowth, and so I just combined the antibacterial and yeast control protocols with Deflect, which would help the "pulling off" process and, lo and behold, I started having lots of really smelly bowel movements.  Afterwards, my abdomen was flatter, my energy was higher, I felt better...

In short, it worked like a charm.  What's more, I've recommended it to other people in my family, and it's worked like a charm for them, too.  
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Ron -O-Non : thankx.  I'll pull up those 2 protocols and give it some thought. You said the magic words "abdomin was flat" and "energy was high"   that about sums up my goals.  
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