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Red root tincture hah?  I never heard of that one.  My spleen and liver are struggling too.  I had a cold pack on my spleen today.  Yikers.  But the standard process supps seem to be giving it some relief.  I didn't take them this morning, so tonight!

Apple pectin.  Hmmmmm....  I know apples do seem good for me.

I want to know how to keep my "colon clean"  while my liver is dumping, without doing an enema or something.  I'm just not sure about them.  And I don't necessarily know if juicing everything is the key either.  I think lemons help.  Teas maybe?


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Red root tincture hah?  I never heard of that one.  My spleen and liver are struggling too.  I had a cold pack on my spleen today.  Yikers.  But the standard process supps seem to be giving it some relief.  I didn't take them this morning, so tonight!

Apple pectin.  Hmmmmm....  I know apples do seem good for me.

I want to know how to keep my "colon clean"  while my liver is dumping, without doing an enema or something.  I'm just not sure about them.  And I don't necessarily know if juicing everything is the key either.  I think lemons help.  Teas maybe?


Red Root helped my Spleen pain tremendously! But, it doesn't help everyone. You might want to give it a try.

Apple pectin and Clorella are supposed to be the best at attaching to the types of toxins coming off the bugs to get them out of your system. It's just been tough getting Chlorella now because I think it all came from Japan.

For Colon Cleansing I use this http://www.iherb.com/Pure-Vega.....ggie-Caps/17759?at=0 because it isn't habbit forming and it's gentle, no cramping. I have very bad reactions to any kind of laxative whether it's natural or not. I've been using this for almost a year now and it's been extremely helpful. I lose muscle strength in many areas of my body and my colon and bladder are two of these locations. So this really helps when I have no muscle strength.


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What's in it?


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What's in it?


If you mean the colon cleanser it contains 2100 mg Magnesium (as Ozonated Magnesium Oxides). It's not a magnesium supplement, my ND carries it at his office. Here's the blub from the site:

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A Dietary Supplement
Mag O7 is a specially formulated magnesium based compound which has been ozonated and stabilized to release nascent oxygen when used as directed. Mag O7 has a stool softening effect, which eliminates the digestive tract of unwanted fecal debris, and aids in digestion by slowly releasing beneficial nascent oxygen which good aerobic bacteria needs to digest properly. Mag O7 is non-habit forming.

Suggested Use
As a dietary supplement, take 3 to 4 capsules one to three times daily, on an empty stomach until desired cleanse has been attained. Decrease dosage for maintenance. Daily dosage will vary depending on individual intended purpose. Results may vary.


I only use 2 or 3 at night before bed and only once or twice a week. You may need to rush to the bathroom the next day or the day after if you take too much so until you get to know how your body responds to it, it's best to take it on the weekend (if you'll be home). It can give you a strong herx (detox) response the first few times you use it as well. I've read that it can help kill candida because candida hates an oxigen environment and that's what this introduces. It's really helped me a lot.


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Any magnesium supplement (even epsom salts) can be used as a laxative the day you do a liver cleanse, if you're worried about sluggish digestion interfering with the effectiveness of the liver detox.


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Any magnesium supplement (even epsom salts) can be used as a laxative the day you do a liver cleanse, if you're worried about sluggish digestion interfering with the effectiveness of the liver detox.


This actually isn't a magnesium supplement. It doesn't give the body any more magnesium. It's good for people who need to have a bowel cleanse or are unable to stay regular after they've tried all the regular methods first, like me. It doesn't matter how much C or Magnesium I take I still have problems. And believe me I tried everything else first.  


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I was recommended a oxygen magnesium supplement following a colonic treatment I had. They are really very good I think! I have read a few testimonials about people who use them regularly and long term after suffering from years and years of gut troubles and constipation. From what I know there is no adverse affect of taking them like this, or at a higher dose for a cleanse. The sensation of taking them is also very pleasant in my opinion  

after a liver cleanse some people recommend an emptying of the bowel from a colonic, but if you can't do this you can use the mag oxy supplement in large doses to ensure you eliminate the toxins
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Herx reaction.  Hmmmm... That's what I get. Bad.


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Herx reaction.  Hmmmm... That's what I get. Bad.


A herx reaction is actually a good thing although it feels terrible. Most of the symptoms I get (my doctor tells me) are my body's reaction to killing the bugs or getting rid of the toxins. So if I'm having pain it's supposed to be a good thing.   The object is to not fight off the bugs quicker than your body can handle, if that makes any sense.


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Yeah, it makes complete sense.  Feels like walking a tightrope for me.  But I do need to learn to embrace it.  But I've been doing it for so long, it gets annoying.  Hopefully fighting the lyme gunk will help me with the other stuff.


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Yeah, it makes complete sense.  Feels like walking a tightrope for me.  But I do need to learn to embrace it.  But I've been doing it for so long, it gets annoying.  Hopefully fighting the lyme gunk will help me with the other stuff.


What other stuff do you have?


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The gut stuff.  I still have yeast to some extent.  And my doctor believes I have biofilms of bad bacteria in my gut.  My tartaric acid is too high.  And my immune system needs help.  My ph is still a little too acidic, and my amino acids are in the tanker presently.  All creating extreme fatigue, low grade fevers some days,etc etc etc.  Whine whine whine.  My mind is getting better though.  And, I think I've finally gotten H.pylori under control to some extent.  That is a really good thing.  Because that stuff is bad.  I think it's probably still there, but to a much smaller degree now.


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The gut stuff.  I still have yeast to some extent.  And my doctor believes I have biofilms of bad bacteria in my gut.  My tartaric acid is too high.  And my immune system needs help.  My ph is still a little too acidic, and my amino acids are in the tanker presently.  All creating extreme fatigue, low grade fevers some days,etc etc etc.  Whine whine whine.  My mind is getting better though.  And, I think I've finally gotten H.pylori under control to some extent.  That is a really good thing.  Because that stuff is bad.  I think it's probably still there, but to a much smaller degree now.


All could be from Lyme.  But you are working on that so things will get better!

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Yes, I agree.


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The gut stuff.  I still have yeast to some extent.  And my doctor believes I have biofilms of bad bacteria in my gut.  My tartaric acid is too high.  And my immune system needs help.  My ph is still a little too acidic, and my amino acids are in the tanker presently.  All creating extreme fatigue, low grade fevers some days,etc etc etc.  Whine whine whine.  My mind is getting better though.  And, I think I've finally gotten H.pylori under control to some extent.  That is a really good thing.  Because that stuff is bad.  I think it's probably still there, but to a much smaller degree now.


I agree with Kim so much will be addressed as you start treating for Lyme. I hope anyway. I'm not really taking anything that kills the bugs. I'm only taking things that help my body kill the bugs, but that means my immune system is getting better which helps so many things that are wrong with us "Lymies".


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Yes, that is true.  That's what I feel like is messed up with me.  I think when the immune system is working well, it will fight all the other junk off much better.  My doctor has told me several times I have a TH2 shift.  Which is something like your immune system spinning it's wheels, but not getting anywhere.


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