Re: Enema Successes? Anyone?
by Rick67 10 years ago
If youíve got Candida in your Large Intestine, ACV Enemas will absolutley knock a ton of it loose. I know because Iíve expelled lots and lots of Candida with ACV Enemas. You have to be carefull with ACV because too much could damage the lining of your colon. You also need to make sure you do a final rense followed by an enema with probiotics.
1 Tablespoon of ACV in 1 Quart of water is probably a safe amount. Iíve used 2 Tablespoons in the past and was expelling Candida all night! Unfortunately, ACV Enemas wonít have any affect on the Candida in your small colon.
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Re: ACV in enema
by shelleycat 15 years ago
Do at least one regular flushing enema first just to get the dreck out, then do an ACV enema. Basically anytime you add something to an enema solution, start with about 1/2 cup to about one quart of water for a retention enema, then adjust as necessary. Try to retain for 5-10 minutes. The ACV enema is great for taking out candida and balancing the pH of the intestines themselves, which eventually makes it easier for friendly microbes to propagate.
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Re: How fast does ACV enema work ?
by zelkyla 15 years ago
What I do is take a Cascara Sagrada herb pill the evening or night before I use the ACV enema, so that in the morning I am all cleaned out. I do this because I just want to see how much candida and yeast come out, without it being blurred by any other stuff. I do the ACV enemas for that reason only not to have a bowel movement, just to get out the candida. I wish I could get the ACV inside the entire colon though.
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ACV enema results/question Shelly..anyone
by healing 15 years ago
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Hi Shelly thank you so much for telling me to do a salt water enema first and then the ACV enema. After the ACV enema what came out was white fluffy stuff that kind of floated and looked like tissue paper which I now know from reading the forums was Candida!(yahoo)!.. My question is would this be a turning point in my healing that i have gotten some out, or is this just par for the course and to expect more of the same; that it will just keep growing and then dieing, etc?
also.. how often would an ACV enema be helpfull, and am I losing any minerals, etc. that I need to replace because ...
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Re: some more important questions
by Jhan 13 years ago
Congrats for stopping the coffee that is a great move. What you drink (acv/kefir) and what you put in your enemas are 2 different things. Your body will NOT assimilate the coffee you will put in the enema, it will come straight out. SO no worries there.
How to make sure wether you have or do not have leaky gut is a big question. if you do an acv enema and get pain in your intestine after it you are very likely to have leaky gut (that is after ONLY ONE acv enemas... if you get pain after many it simply means that you have a small irritation). I used to have leaky gut... I had bowel pain ...
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Anyone else using ACV Enemas to flush out Candida? It rea...
by Rick67 11 years ago
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Today is day 21 of my juice fast and I started doing ACV Enemas about four days ago. The first ACV Enema (3T of ACV to 1Q of water) was complete hell. I expelled Candida and mucus for about 17 hours straight and my stomach was in knots the whole time. The past three days Iíve done an ACV Enema with only 2T of ACV. Iím still expelling lots and lots of Candida. There really doesnít seem to be any end to how much of this is coming out of me. It looks absolutely horrible and it smells like a sewer treatment plant. Today I jumped up and down and messaged my colon really good after taking the En ...
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Re: epsom salt and apple cider vinegar enema recipeR Educational by propaul 9 years ago
Hi scott4158, I have never heard of a combination of Epsom salts and ACV enema but then there are many things that I have not heard of. Looking at your formula I feel that it is too strong. I would just use 1 to 2 tablespoons of ES per 2 quarts and the same quantity for the ACV. I have taken both ES and ACV enemas but separately. I used 1 to 2 tbsp of ES per 2 quarts and have used 2 tbsp of ACV per 2 quarts. I found that ES enemas strip away all my good and bad bacteria from my large intestines so I suggest that you need to replace them by taking orally and rectally replacement enzy ...
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blood in stools after ACV enema
by bkcrazy 15 years ago
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I did a liver flush on Saturday and thought that its a good idea to use ACV enema to get rid of any parasites today. So, I used about 2 oz. of ACV in a 2 quart enema bag and tried giving myself an enema (btw, I do enemas often, mostly plain water and coffee enemas, this is the first time I ventured to do an ACV enema). As soon as the water went in, the cramping was so bad that I had to immediately stop to evacuate. After a couple of hours I noticed there was some red stuff along with my stools which looked unmistakably like blood cos I hadnt eaten anything red the d ...
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by Jhan 12 years ago
Salt enemas are not for us. Most of people with candida have sodium deficiency and a salt enema will turn bad as the body will try to absorb the sodium instead of letting it out as it should.
Enemas are a good way to clean the colon or even the liver (coffee enema). They are also a good way to insure a bowel mvt (bm). When you start expelling candida it often causes constipation, daily enemas can insure a daily bm.
ACV enemas is famous for helping candida threads out.
Coffee enemas, ACV enemas (antifungal), water enema and probiotics enemas are all great for candida
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by monique_1 13 years ago
I was trying to eliminate candida from my colon. I got out a stringy/tentacly white jellyfish, is was disgusting to look at but the ACV enema was effective in terms of candida killing.
But the days that followed my colon was extremely painful, raw and burning, and I have had this burning ever since, and I can not get rid of it.
I guess that I was a little to eager and took too much ACV to the water, and I didínt follow the ACV enema with a normal salt water enema to get out the remaining ACV.
but if it works for others thats just great :) Just be careful and d ...
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by moreless 13 years ago
ACV Enemas are much better in most cases and you adjust the amount of ACV to how fast you want it to work!
Now, with that said, there may be a place where the Salt water Flush may have itís place in colon cleansing!
And this may be in the case where a person has too much potassium in their body in relationship to the amount of Sodium and thus the Osmotic pressure is not working properly for the body cells!
This is where you may be better to use the Salt water instead of the ACV in the Enema !
But, generally people who have constipation problems may have too mu ...
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Too much ACV in enema - damage?
by josephr525 8 years ago
Do you think I could have damaged the mucosa of my colon with too much ACV in an enema? I used a little less than 2 ounces per 2 qts of water. It hurt a little bit and I found it hard to retain.
Then I used 1 TBS ACV per 3 qts of water and 1 ounce of Aloe Juice and retained that for 10 minutes. I havenít seen any blood and I seem to feel OK now, no burning in colon or anywhere. Iíve expelled quite a bit of candida since that ACV enema.
IMHO, this ACV enema recipe is going to be too strong for most people :
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I Damaged my Mucosa Lining with ACV - Pls Help
by josephr525 8 years ago
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Iíve had problems with an over alkaline bowel due to a vegan diet I was eating, and was a tad constipated and having trouble with foods and mucuus in stool, so I needed to help this, but I think I damaged my colon mucosa with an ACV enema that was too strong - about 2 ounces of ACV in a 3 cup enema. I did a urine enema last night and it caused me to get a bad case of insomnia, as it did the day I did the ACV enema, last Sunday.
How can I help heal this? I was starting to sleep better than Iíd slept in years and I hate to think that I ruined it.
I have home made organic pasteurized yo ...
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Re: Doing a fast a found a really good fix for healing cr...
by thedean123 10 years ago
I did 1 part ACV to 6 parts distilled water and about a litre and a half of the solution. I had to relieve myself half way through though so I didnít get the full amount in at once, I find with ACV enemaís I canít hold them in very well at all. Iíve done a couple coffee enemas along the way and theyíve been very helpful but the insanity that comes out of me with the ACV enema is unreal.
On a side note the detox symptoms are still defiantly taking a toll on me for a third day in a row, I sure hope this passes soon its getting pretty tough
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Re: ACV Enema!
by coopermaid 11 years ago
The ACV enema has just recently come on my radar as Iíve become more concerned about too much candida. What Iíve been reading is 1 tablespoon of ACV to 1 quart of water. More than that is too strong. ACV in too high a concentration can strip the good mucosa lining from the intestine. And since you are on an extended fast, there is much less inside to absorb the ACV.
I really donít know enough to advise but I think ending the fast carefully would be one place to start. I think the stripped mucosa needs to be replaced - maybe probiotics.
I think I will still try an ACV enem ...
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Re: S. Boulardii protocol plus S. Boulardii retention ene...
by rusty14 3 years ago
what Dvjorge means about the ACV enemas is that they have a tendency to also eliminate beneficial bacteria in the large intestine. they have a bactericidal effect, or they kill bacteria.
I have to agree, as i found ACV enema i bit to harsh. Much prefer an enema series of flushing/cleaning enemas,Nystatin enemas, and then a probitoic implant.
Obviously if you are using the S. Boulardii as a retention enema do not include other antifungals (Nystatin) as that will also destroy the S. Boulardii yeast. I personally havent tried an S. Boullardi retention enema but i understand the reasoni ...
by moreless 10 years ago
Your question: Hi
Going to try an ACV enema for the first time. Have been looking through some posts but cant find any info on how much ACV in how much water. Had a bad experience with Molkosan enema couple of years ago as I used too much and was sore for a few weeks after.
Also can someone clarify if you should have a water only enema immediately after ACV enema.
Oh and do you need to hold the ACV enema in for a while or do you expel immediately.
Thanks in advance.
Answer: Use warm water and you may start out by adding a couple of tablesp ...
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Pain and Blood after enema - Help
by livingit 10 years ago
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I did a coffee enema yesterday (approx 16 ounces liquid - 1 tbsp coffee boiled in 16 oz of water), followed by an ACV Enema (approx 16 ounces liquid - 16 ounces water and 2 tbsp of ACV). Anyway I couldnít get the ACV enema to fully expel and I began pushing really hard to try to get it to come out. Anyways, I now have some pain on the right side of my abdomen (approx one hands length up from the bottom of my pelvis) and have had blood in my stool. I saw a little blood yesterday in the white mucousy stuff I got out. Well, I got more mucousy stuff out today but there was more blood mixed ...
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Re: Vinegar Enemas
by healing 15 years ago
yes... absolutely use vinegar. It is very helpfull. the best restults occurred for me was for the first one a did just a salt water enema to flush out the system ane then followed that with the ACV enema which was 1/2 cup ACV to about one and 1/2 to two qt.s water. Candida actually came out with this. It looks like tissue paper/white floaty stuff. You can do 2 days of ACV enemas and then wait 5 days before doing 2 more days, etc.
best wishes for your good health,
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Re: ACV enema, did I do it right?
by Watch 12 years ago
Sorry for the bad experience.
I use ACV enema for cleansing out after coffee enema. Since coffee has tendency to be acidic, I believe ACV will help alkalize it. I have never tried to hold it though. Still works good.
By the way I do home colonic using colema board, too.
I am just curious, why do you need to hold the ACV enema? What are you intended to achieve by using it 3 times?
One good thing is that you get rid off some Candidas.
I am no expert on these matters, but the potato skin thing might be some parasite.
I am sure some one will give you some better info.
I don't, but...
by shelleyjh 13 years ago
I have noticed candida threads mainly when I use enemas. After the enema cleans me out and I use more of the solution what I release will be the liquid from the enema along with tons of threads. (coffee or ACV enemas do the best with getting candida out for me) I had a massive clump of white threads come out that way one time and knew it couldnít be from my food, as there was NO ĒbmĒ with it if you know what I mean. I also get alot of smaller threads out as well with both coffee enemas and ACV enemas.
Iíve actually never noticed them in my regular bowel movements.
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Re: Finally making some progress
by Rick67 10 years ago
Iíve got lots of experience with ACV Enemas. Yes, they are very good at removing Candida in the ascending, transverse, and descending colon.
I had to stop doing the ACV Enemas because I was getting lots of Candida that had specks of blood in it. I was thinking the ACV was causing the lining of my colon to bleed.
Did you see any blood spots mixed in with the Candida? How much ACV did you use? The most Iíve used is two tablespoons to 1 quart of water.
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Re: ACV for prep, Ultra Phos needed?
by msteve666 8 years ago
I also do regular and coffee enemas. I also, after reading a lot tried an ACV enema. At most, using 3 tbsp per quart, coudnít hold more than 15 seconds (very irritating), so made it more dilute the next time, but when I could hold and release I got this cottony, flaky stuff out that just wasnít there when I did a regular enema. I donít know know if thatís candida, but if it was, the ACV enema was a very effective purge of whatever it was.
I always have fresh water on standby to immediately do a rinsing enema.
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Re: a few hidden tips
by outoftime44 6 years ago
Thanks for the good information.
I am in Day 10 of an intense 11 day cleanse , and Iíll post the contents of the cleanse when I finish to sum it up (its a variety of products + diet, will do a complete write up in a day or so)
But I am using ACV enemaís as well as other enemaís in an attempt to kill candida and am probably going too quickly. After the white junk comes out, I feel so good - (prior to it coming out I feel anxious, headachy, a bit drunk or hungover) but then it just returns again when more fungus dies! I keep thinking Iím so close to finishing killing it, and if I on ...
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Re: Sorry if this is a little gross but...
by Wood Elf 13 years ago
I expelled a big thread ball recently. This was at same time, and combined with a normal bowel movement.
After an aplle cider vinegar enema I expelled pure candida (it was a ball followed by a few odd threads. Ball approx grape size). Its worth mentioning that this happened after the enema made me empty my bowels totally. The thread came out about 3 hours later.
Next ACV enema had similar effects, bowel empty then candida expulsion 4 hours later (in a club with horrible, dark dirty toilets!, could not see full extent of what came out but maybe that was for the best!).
I think its im ...
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--answer-- Leaky Gut Syndrome?
by moreless 12 years ago
Your question: Just want to let you know that I continue to follow your health protocol and have even added ACV enema to the list. I did my first ACV enema this evening (Pacific Standard Time) and I noticed that the right side of my abdomen is slightly painful (the left side is ok). The pain is as if wound in the flesh is being brushed with a bit of salt. Does this suggest that I have leaky gut syndrome or that my colon has lost its integrity because of bacterial activity?
Previous to this enema, I have been using coffee enema in the past 5 months and this never triggered ...
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Re: Enema Successes? Anyone?
by #97563 4 years ago
From what I have heard thats just parts of your colon coming out and mucus. The ACV dries it out I think you should dilute your ACV.
So that is mucus with dead skin cells of your colon.
Many people have got Bleeding after ACV enemas.
Many say its Candida strands stuck to your colon that is getting apart. Which is again just pseudo logic.
Why am I here? Not to #troll :) I am actually thinking of taking an ACV enema for Rectal Bleeding from Internal Hemmoroids.
I had a bad bout of IBS(actually Naval Displacement a concept very new to me) and that caused Internal hemoroids and I got ble ...
Re: ACV enemas
by surreal 10 years ago
Are these ACV enemas fine to do on the McCombís plan since ACV is not allowed? Also, since probiotics are not allowed, are probiotic RETENTION enemas fine for the plan? Finally, do you have any thoughts about coffee enemas and do they really help fortify the liver and gall bladder? Would this be good on the Plan? Thanks a lot! I have tried enemas to help with constipation but not medicinally, so I thought I would ask.
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Re: acv enema
by shelleycat 15 years ago
That could very well be a reaction to the cleansing it is doing to your liver/gallbladder. Cleansing the liver can release intense sadness or even rage, sometimes anxiety. Ease off the dose a bit until you can maintain your comfort zone.
About 1/2 cup in the enema solution should do you just fine. Ideally, do a plain salted flushing enema first, then try to retain the ACV enema for 5 minutes or so. If youíre pressed for time, just do the ACV enema.
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ACV/Garlic enema results (graphic)
by starglider 15 years ago
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Just an update on my latest protocol. Right now I am drinking some ACV (apple cider vinegar) and doing garlic/ACV enemas daily, including one implant. Plus I am cutting out the sweets.
Two days ago my garlic/ACV enema implant yielded a candida discharge, a spikey globe that looks kind of like a soft piece of whitish coral. I got about 4 of them out this time. The largest was silver dollar sized. One was starting to turn dark and had some red mite looking things on it. Better out than in!
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by ALKALIZINGKATIE 13 years ago
Ok, The ACV enema is what made me cold this morning. This was this morning and the first time I have done and ACV enema, and the first time I have been cold in weeks.
I started taking kelp a couple weeks ago and at first felt great. Then I noticed I started feeling hot all the time. To the point where at night my hands would swell, but I could not sweat. just hot hot hot and unconfortable. The only thing I had changed in my diet was adding the alk drink with calcium mag, kelp, acv (which I have always drank in my water). So my guess was the kelp was making me hot and swell, and not able ...
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Re: Virgin Coconut Oil Detox???
by Rick67 10 years ago
I just warm up a coffee cup and then place a tablespoon of coconut oil in the cup and it melts pretty quick.
Did you see lots of Candida come out after doing the ACV Enema? I can flush out lots of Candida with ACV Enemas.
How much ACV and water did you use?
I think you have to take a lot more than six tablespoons.
I remember reading two tablespoons every two hours but I canít remember for how long. I know this info is in one of the threads here or in the Coconut Oil forum.
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ACV Enema First Time
by #53734 13 years ago
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I have felt I was not voiding everything last few weeks, so last Saturday I did cleansing salt water enema, coffee enema and then again salt water enema. I did not see much come out of it.
Last evening I decided I should try ACV Enema for the first time. I only added 1 oz of ACV (the organic stuff I put in my alkalizing drink) in my 2 quart enema bag. I felt a little bit of cramping (which I usually donít) and wow, so much stinking stuff came out, it was just like when I do liver flushes and how my colon cleans up after the epsom salt drinks, greenish brownish stinking water.
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Re: First Enema flushed only water out..constipated the n...
by Stalactite 5 years ago
I hear people using ACV in their enemas with good results. If you really do have candida, the ACV enema should be able to knock them out. I have personally never done an enema before but I hear all these positive stories and Iím probably going to try one out in a week. Keep us posted &let us know how it goes :)
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How to perform an ACV enema? Kefir?
by Mr.Meddle 4 years ago
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Hello! I was wondering how Iím supposed to perform the ACV enema? Iíve understood that maybe 2 tablespoons/quart of water is a good place to start at, but how much am I supposed to Ētake inĒ at once? Should I measure pup like one cup at a time or something? Since ACV enemas seems to be really effective, but at the same time able to hurt your intestines, I donut wanna make any mistakes while doing it, and ending up with a f***ed up stomach.
Then I was planning on doing a kefir enema afterwards, and once again, how much could/should I use?
Any thoughts are well appreciated!
by LOAfan 12 years ago
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Well, day 4 started with SWF. I set the alarm for 4am but could not get up ítil 4:30.
Downed 2 quarts of salt water (2tbspns) and went back to bed. After only about 20 min had first elimination (some solid stuff - I wonder where all this stuff is coming from if I have not eaten for 3 days)
Went back to sleep after that.
Woke up again at 6:30 am, tired and irritated. And now it started: every 2-3 min I woould run to the BR. It lasted ítil 7:10 when I felt I could be more or less safely off to work with the security of sanitary pad and soothing knowledge that there are many places t ...
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THANK YOU --answer-- saliva pH seems high?--Gum problems--
by a and c 12 years ago
Thank you for the lecithin suggestion, I will incorporate immediately. I am using Epsom Salts at each meal and two tablespoons of Kelp in the drink of 1 tbs blackstrap, 2-3 tbs of lime water, 1 teaspoon of applecider vinegar and a pinch of epsom salts. I am drinking 2 to 3 times a day. I have just begun the baths (have done 3 so far and they are getting easier and feeling better after them...) and did and ACV enema today. I have done many enemas and colonics in the past with the liver cleanses but had not done and ACV enema...
Appreciate you giving me so tracks to fi ...
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Re: This is My Last Post In the Candida Forum
by Rick67 11 years ago
Good luck with your OJ Fast, CandidaInContext! I recently completed a 32 day Juice Fast. The first half of the fast I was juicing fruits and veggies. The 2nd half I eliminated all fruit and was juicing nothing but greens. I used OxyPowder, Salt Water flushes, and Enemas to keep everything moving. I was still able to remove lots of Candida with ACV Enemas at the end of my fast. I didnít see any Candida come out of me unless I was doing an ACV Enema. So I donít know if diet alone will be enough to knock back a serious case of Candida. Let us know how it goes.
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Re: ACV Enema
by shelleyjh 14 years ago
I just expelled something which sounds very similar and I know the feeling! I take comfort in your posting a similar experience. I only had one big one and it was floating all by itself....like a white mass of thick threads. It was much too big for my liking! Anyway, I didnít do an ACV enema. It came out after a coffee enema that I did after my liver flush yesterday. I tried looking up what it could be, and think it might be rhizomal (sp?) candida threads??? Like a whole stinkin colony of them! Eeks! I had a bonus pair of liver flukes come out, too. Yuck!
I think Iíll try the ...
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Another ACV enema question...
by Bananarep82 15 years ago
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i post awhile ago that i couldnt retain ACV enema because i cramp up immediately(even when i dilute it with more water). I just want to know why i cant handle it and why other people can? Iím new to the enema thing and was thinking maybe the reason why i cant retain it is because my tummy is weak and i have to make it stronger before i can incorporate the ACV. I can handle epsom salt easily though but i want more variety.
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