Colonic Irrigation Part 4
Session 4 took place 48 hours after. But first, I needed to have a long chat with Margaret. I asked her with total bewilderment, how was I able to pass so much stool? How could this be?? Margaret told me a few stories like mine, where people with years of chronic constipation had come in for colonic sessions; and at around the 3rd or 4th, started to pass huge amounts of faeces. I nodded and understood. What else could she tell me? She mentioned that it takes a few sessions for the old and hardened stool to re-hydrate, soften up, and be ready to dislodge and evacuate. I realised that this explained the “debris” I noticed in session 2. She told me many people, like myself, were “in trouble” with their bowels…
I was so amazed hearing about other people coming in for treatments and alleviating themselves from years of constipation and chronic illnesses. She mentioned people on anti-depressants, and those on anti-psychotics especially getting into trouble with their bowels after years of being on them.
I should mention at this juncture that around this time, I was experiencing mild weakness on my left side. I noticed it one day when I got up from sitting at my desk. I got up, and my leg gave way as if it “wasn’t there". I literally tumbled over. It took a while for “feeling” to come back into the leg and I seemed to recover, although my leg has always felt weaker on that side since. A couple of years prior I had been tested for Multiple Sclerosis because I had had the recurrent Bells Palsy symptoms. My left cheek and lip would droop in episodes lasting a few days at a time on an ongoing basis. This was chronic and had been going on for years, since childhood. Nothing came of the test (MRI) and consultation with the nuerologist however he felt I might be suffering with Melkerson Rosenthal Syndrome. I did however keep both sets of symptoms in mind and assumed I had some kind of global left sided weakness going on, but not sure why. I never considered small strokes until very recently but I still don’t know. I mentioned this to Margaret and she said any symptom is possible when it comes to a toxic body.
Back to Session 4 which was just as eventual as the prior! Again, lots of cramping after a few minutes into the session and then woosh, more stool. It kept coming for the full 50 minutes thereon. What can I say? I was literally full of stool. Session 5 and 6 were much the same. I think session 7 is when finally I started to feel I was “empty". Margaret had always said to me; you will know when you are finished. It was around this time, I realised I was coming to the end of my colonic experience. I had a few more sessions following this, up to 10 in total. A nice round number.
Readers might remember that I had 12 in all. When one’s bowels are jam packed with stagnant faecal matter, the wave like action, i.e, muscle contractions known as peristalsis which help the colon naturally have a bowel movement are impaired. I realised that my colon muscles had been all but “paralysed” due to congestion. They needed time to recover. Therefore a month later, and probably a month after that, I required a couple more sessions just to help my body along with having natural daily bowel movements. To this day, I am moving my bowels without any further colonic treatments.
WOW! That's a lot of stool to come out for that length of time!
Better out than in!
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