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Re: In enema? by rod ..... Ask Shelley # 1 [Archive]

Date:   3/23/2004 10:51:28 AM ( 18 years ago ago)
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Hi Shelley,

Sorry to contradict you on this one, but doing Chlorophyl enemas is not that good as chlorophyl is PH 7.0 and water is ph 7.0, therefore if you use it for enema it might probably wash out and desinfect the pathogen bacteria and fungus however it will leave the colon alkaline creating the perfect environment for pathogen and bad bacteria to thrive, so do not use chlorophyl for enema remember that colon should be acid anything between 6.0 and 6.5 to let good bacteria to thrive like acidophilus.

Rod
 

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