Having been diagnosed with Gallstones 2 years ago, I have done periodic flushes (when I begin to feel pain again), each time passing some stones. Some of these flushes I have dones without enemas. On the two that I have done that I used coffee enemas, the following week or two I keep breaking out in hives (unrelated to food). I never have hives or allergies otherwise, so I'm thinking it must be related?
Also, my sister and I both have periodic intense itching of the skin especially on our arms, (hers seems especially stress related but mine doesn't) and I recently ran across something that suggested a link to bilirubin under the skin. Has anyone ever had this symptom or heard of it?
Thanks for responding, Dusan and Viva!Viva, your eczema experience is encouraging. I will keep flushing. Boy do I hate that olive oil though :-)
I do drink raw milk (mostly. However, I hate to show my ignorance, but I am not familiar with probiotics. Could you explain them and why they might be helpful? What liver herbs do you use/recommend? I have been looking at a parasite cleanse--any recommendations?
When the bowel is healthy there is very little bacterial action in the small intestine. The large intestine, however, lilterally swarms with billions of these microscopic organisms. Bacterial action in the large intestine plays a major role in nutrition and digestion. These friendly bacteria synthesize valuable nutrients by digesting portions of the fecal mass. Among others, vitamin K and portions of the B complex are produced. This aspect of digestion is not completely understood and is undergoing further study. Any remaining proteins are broken down by the bacteria into simpler substances. By products of bacterial activity are numerous, such as indole, skatole, hydrogen sulfide, fatty acids, methane gas and carbon dioxide. Some of these substances are very toxic and odorous, hence the accompanying smell of feces. The brown color of feces is a result of bile pigments coming from the liver. When feces are not brown, but have a chalky appearance, there is a problem in bile secretion and digestive ability.
This happened to me as well. After my second Liver-Flush I noticed eczema (itching/hives)
on my hand then it got worst. I kept doing Liver Flushes (every 2 weeks) plus
parasite maintanence. By the 5th flush signicant changes... I passed one HUGE
gallstone and then noticed my eczema reduced drastically.
Don't give up keep flushing.
Look at "natural healing solutions" archive and you may find info helpful there too.
Many of my clients have had the same problem which seems to appear most often after they have eaten things with milk, wheat, coffee and or something with Sugar in it.
Many people are allergic to undigested milk proteins and wheat proteins such as gluten and casein.
Many of my client don't which one is causing the allergic reaction but they have complained of severe itching on the arms, shoulder, neck and sometimes on the legs particularily on the inner thighs. It doesn't seem last continually but flairs up everytime they eat the above.
The only suggestion I can give you to hopefully solve this problem is to go on a three day weekend water fast. Only drink distilled water with some squeezed lemon in it. You must drink four onces of water every half hour during your waking hours.
Once you have fasted for three days introduce three new foods, one at a time ie: only a glass of milk or only one piece of toast. Allow at least three hours between each food group. Write down which food group brings on a reaction. Remember, only one food at a time. Do not mix.
Been doing coffee flushes and I'm very itchy all over. Been doing one a day for a month, feel much better body is pretty much free of aches and pains so I continued. Wanted to do for just overall health, herd it was good for you. I eat organic but all my life had food allergies gave up wheat, and other allergy causing food, feel great. But maybe its the time of yr.? Its fall oct. maybe not but whole body itching could it be cause of the coffee colonics?