In contrast with the colon corrective formula, a good colon regenerator is cleansing and soothing. It is used periodically in conjunction with the corrective formula. The regenerator formula is a strong purifier and intestinal vacuum. It draws old fecal matter and mucoid plaque off the walls of your colon and out of any bowel pockets. It also works to draw out poisons, toxins, heavy metals such as mercury and lead, and even remove radioactive residue such as strontium 90. A good regenerator will also remove over 3,000 known drug residues. Its natural mucilaginous properties will soften old hardened fecal matter for easy removal and also provide an excellent remedy for any inflammation or irritation in the stomach and intestines. This formula is helpful in irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's and diverticular disease, and hemorrhoids. And on top of everything else, a good detoxifier will often eliminate the effects of food poisoning or stomach flu in 20-40 minutes--literally soaking them up.
In addition to all of the problems we've already discussed, a sluggish bowel also has a major health impact on another body system: your lymph. Think for a moment, if you will, of your colon as your body's drain pipe. If the drain is clogged, not only will waste not be eliminated, but when you flush the toilet, the drain backs up and spills over befouling the entire bathroom. And that's exactly the point which leads us to a discussion of waste removal from the body and the lymph system.
Eating meat is linked to cancer and is hard on your digestive system. The increased risk and strain it puts on your colon are reason enough for many to avoid eating meat altogether. However, if you choose to include meat in your diet, you should, at least, reduce or eliminate red meat. Try eating vegetarian or vegan meals a few days each week. If you notice improvements to your health, increase the number of meat-free days.
It is our belief that no single program works for everyone. Some are more difficult to implement and, therefore, best for highly motivated individuals; a program cannot work if you are unable to stick with it. Others can be too restrictive…and even dangerous, requiring consumption of only one food group or liquid. The bottom line is that you need to find the program that best suits you and your lifestyle.
Maybe that’s because of the days prior to the flush day has to be well prepared to have succes on the flush day. I therefore have difficulty finding a good protocol for someone with bowel issues/adrenal fatigue (bloating, constipation, gas; all due to adrenal and thyroid issues that cause metabolic and endocrine problems and of course the Peutz Jeghers syndrome)
Licorice root stimulates the production of digestive fluids and bile, soothes ulcers, helps reduce intestinal inflammation, and supports the healthy function of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Its action in soothing ulcers is unique. Rather than inhibiting the release of acid, licorice stimulates the normal defense mechanisms that prevent ulcer formation in the first place. Specifically, licorice improves both the quality and quantity of the protective substances that line the intestinal tract; increases the life span of intestinal cells; and improves blood supply to the intestinal lining.40
For occasional use only. Take one (1) or two (2) capsules, taken at bedtime with 8 ounces of water daily for up to 15 days. Start with one (1) capsule at bedtime for the first 3-4 days or as directed by a healthcare professional. Do not repeat cleansing program for at least 6-8 weeks. Consult your healthcare provider before using this product if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have a known medical condition.
It should be noted that the medical community probably has more trouble with the concept of detoxing than with any other aspect of alternative health and is frequently attacking it. Back in 2009, for example, a report by Voice of Young Science blasted detoxing and found it to be largely nonsense. But in fact, as I explained at the time, the report, was itself largely nonsense. The researchers chose the widest definition possible for detoxing including detox shampoos and spa therapies in their analysis, and they used very little science to back their claims--mostly personal opinion. The one valid point they did make is that the word "detox" has become so widely used that it has lost much of its meaning. That is true, and that's why I always clarify what kind of detoxing I'm referring to such as: Comparison of colon-cleansing methods in preparation for colonoscopy