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Re: Pulled my back, did liver flush and coffee enema. Now 90% gone. Quick question.
 
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Re: Pulled my back, did liver flush and coffee enema. Now 90% gone. Quick question.


To keep material in the colon from flushing back into the small intestine there is a sphincter called the ileocecal valve. This valve is the source of many problems in people. It can sometimes spasm and get stuck closed blocking the flow of material downward through the intestinal tract. It can also become flaccid and weak, remaining open and allowing fecal material to backwash into the small intestine leading to toxicity.

An ileocecal valve problem can cause headaches, right shoulder pain, constipation, diarrhea, sudden back pain, disc problems and a host of others.
 

 
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