PROBIOTIC ENEMA (MACROBIOTA TRANSPLANT)
Written by Slawomir (“Swavak”) Gromadzki, MPH
Apart from taking probiotics internally you need to apply them also externally via enema. One study found that children with ulcerative colitis responded very well to a probiotic enema, with 31% reaching remission. The severity of symptoms was also reduced (>).
Probiotic enema reduce the risk of probiotics being destroyed by stomach acids if consumed orally. Done properly, it can help in treating autoimmune conditions associated with leaky gut syndrome as well as digestive issues such as diarrhoea, constipation or irritable bowel syndrome.
You don’t have to do the faecal microbiota transplant (poo transplant) in order to get the same effect. You just need to consume 1-2 tablespoons of raw home-made sauerkraut or take good quality supplemental probiotics every day and in addition mix a content of 2-3 capsules of live probiotic such as UltraProbio with cool water and apply it in the form of enema.
Insertion of Probiotics into the colon – via enema – is the most effective method to increase the amount of good bacteria in the colon which also helps prevent and treat various autoimmune conditions. Probiotic enemas should be retained in the colon for at least 30 minutes and it is during this time that the probiotic bacteria plant themselves in the colon.
Believe it or not, but due to amazing probiotic healing properties scientists now use poo (because it contains probiotics) as a miracle medicine! It’s called Faecal Microbiota Transplantation, (also known as Poo Transplant or FMT) They take poo (rich in probiotic bacteria) from a healthy donor and transplant it to a patient who after taking antibiotics developed bacterial infection caused by antibiotic-resistant Clostridium difficile bacteria. Since antibiotics don’t work here they were looking for alternative treatment and found it. The miracle remedy is a poo! And it works so well that it cures the inflammation in just one single day!
Apart from treating Clostridium difficile colitis (where it is currently the best treatment available), it is also effective or very beneficial in ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease and even allergies! FMT is now approved in America as a medicine and treatment only for antibiotic-resistant Clostridium difficile colitis (if it is resistant after 3 antibiotic treatments).
But, we don’t have to transplant poo in order to treat these conditions. We can get the same results by ingesting good quality live probiotics, and if we want the treatment to be even more effective we can open few capsules with live probiotics, mix them with water and transplant into colon using enema. The treatment will be more effective if before using probiotics a proper enema with only clean water is used to flush bacteria and toxins out of the colon.
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