Wow - I have never been to the east coast in the fall but I have been looking at pictures and it makes my heart ache it is so beautiful. I think my body (as all bodies, I suppose) responds to the seasonal changes and it makes more sense when we can see them happen. Unlike here in Cali, so much.
Anyway, on to your questions. YES, a thousand times yes as well, I am committed to seeing this through as well. This is why the doctor, upon hearing of my liver flukes, could not understand why I did not see a dcotor right after I expelled them. I REALLY wanted to say, "Well, why on earth would I see a doctor? At best s/he would just laugh at me and at worst, try to get me to take something that would REALLY screw me up! Besides, I know how to treat this myself with a thousand times better results than you ineffective, ignorant, corporate driven ostriches with your heads in the sand!"
But I didn't.
Anyway, I had just learned about colemas myself. I don't even know how to pronounce it, I just know that they are in between an enema and a colonic.
An enema uses a little bottle where you squirt fluid up there, the colonic
irrigation is where most if not all of your colon gets irrigated and flushed. PTree is the total bomb at explaining all this on the colon hydrotherapy forum, I am but a weak substitute novice.
So. The colema. Go to walgreens or Rite Aid or whatever y'all have out there and get what is called an enema bag. It retails for around twelve dollars and is in the secition with the laxatives. It is an acutal bag, like a large IV bag. Usually by Fleet.
The wheatgreass mixture I made was 2 oz
wheatgrass ( 2 shots) in FILTERED (and boiled before hand) water. it is best if the water is as close to body temperature as possible. Fill the bag all the way to the top line. Then, take a moment and look at the amount of fluid and have a mild freak out where you wonder how that much water can possibly fit in your colon at one time. (It can) Then, take a deep breath. Follow the instructions provided. If you can only do half, only do half. I have read that leaving it in for 12 minutes is optimal.
I myself got colema happy and did a saltwater one, an apple cider vinegar one, and a coffee one. Man, I was like a kid with a new toy. How embarrasing is that? Sheesh.
Probiotics are to replace your friendly intestinal flora. Beacuse the colema flushes EVERYTHING out, you need to make sure that healthy flora gets and stays back in there. Now I WAS going to do the acidopholous but someone recommended getting a brand that has many different kinds besides just acidopholous. You can get this at a health store, usually in the refrigerated section. I would tell you what brand I have but it's at home and I'm at work, obviously goofing off.
Best of luck - I am going to do another one tonight.