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Bowel cleansing

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 1st October 2018
Bowel cleansing for removal of faecal stones

Coprolites or faecal stones are seals of petrified faeces accumulated over many years in the distal parts of the colon, resembling folds-pockets. Some practitioners call those accumulations stones because of their density, and they reach sea shingles of a rounded shape. Their diameter is, on average, 6-12 centimetres.

There are examples when, by 40-50 years of age, people have accumulated complete blockages weighing up to 4 kilograms in their large intestines. The largest in history, such stone reached 2 kilograms. If they are present, then we recommend bowel cleansing.



Causes

The leading causes of the appearance of stool stones in the body:

  • unhealthy and unbalanced nutrition;
  • sedentary lifestyle;
  • bad habits;
  • an abundance of delicacies in the daily diet;
  • accidentally swallowed berry, fish or animal bones;
  • residual particles of undigested food;
  • ingress of foreign particles into the body (hair, tablets).

You may find proof, for example, that coprolites can form due to the intake of insoluble antacids in a large volume. Therefore, undigested residues decay and compact under the influence of bacteria. The process aggravates year after year. Bowel cleansing can include medicines, enemas and holistic remedies.

Ways for bowel cleansing

We may agree with using pharmaceutical laxatives only after mild holistic therapy with herbal extracts and tinctures. Do not forget that medicine has numerous side effects when exposed to the human intestine. It is also advisable to carefully consult a doctor before treatment and study the instructions for the prescribed medications.



Removal of faecal stones

Removal of faecal stones from the intestine is also possible with the help of enemas. We can see the use of this technique both in hospitals and at home. But in any case, it is better to coordinate the process with your doctor. Professionals carry out colonic hydrotherapy, which makes it safe and effective.

To avoid the formation of coprolites:

  • moderately consume foods that provoke frequent constipation, such as boiled eggs, rice, pasta, potatoes, pastries, etc .;
  • drink at least 1.5 litres of pure still water a day;
  • drink only green tea without additives and sugar;
  • Eat foods with fibre like oat bran, oatmeal, vegetables, mushrooms, nuts, flaxseed, berries, and fruit;
  • walk more and do at least a little exercise in the morning.

Bowel cleansing is necessary for everyone in modern society, and colonic hydrotherapy will correctly cope with this task.