i dunno robbie, but i came across this recipe on Doms website.
Kefiraride in dilute form taken as an enema or as a rectally retained implant, may be implemented to help control Candida albicans overgrowth, or reduce inflammation of the large bowel due to Ulcerative Colitis [UC] or Irritable Bowel Disease [IBS]. [Kefir-whey is not recommend for this purpose].
Use "only" Kefiraride diluted with a herbal tea concoction, prepared with dry herbs such as follows:
1 tsp Calendula flowers [Calendula officinalis]
1 tsp Chamomile [Matricaria recutita]
1 tsp Red Clover [Trifolium pratense]
2 tsp Plantain [Plantago lanceolata or Plantago major]
1 tsp *Wormwood [Artemisia absinthium]
Bring 1 cup [250 ml] of water to a boil. Add herbs and steep for 5 minutes. Strain the herb tea. Cool to body temp and add 1/2 cup kefiraride to 1 cup of herb tea. This concoction may be rectally injected and retained [Do not use this system for more than 5 continuous days].
Please follow this link [Dom's cooking tip in-site] for a simple tip one may implement when preparing herbal teas.
*Please use Wormwood as part of the ingredients for preparing rectal retaining implants, carefully and only in small amounts. Do not exceed the over use of Wormwood as a rectal retaining implant for more than 3 - 5 days. I have used Wormwood in conjunction with Neem leaf [Azadirachta indica], in this system, to successfully reduce bowel inflammation in myself, when I contracted UC some years ago. Although this was only part of a treatment-system in whole. Mental attitude, diet and lifestyle was also readjusted accordingly.