July 13, 2016 at 6:08 am #46845
Hi everyone and Steven,
I want to ask Steven about his experience with gut healing. I understand is not directly the subject of this forum, but indirectly could be related to qi gong training. In my case, I figured I have gut issues only because of how qi gong exercises work with the body and I couldn’t bypass it. A gut problem is affecting my spleen I figured. I have also read in some of the quotes of the classics that the spleen is most difficult to balance and regulate.
I am sure that I have leaky gut just by the symptoms, but I am not sure which infections I might have because there are many possibilities with same or similar symptoms. One of the possible infections is not even in the gut but the stomach that is h. pylory. Then it affects the gut. Another one is between the colon and the rest of the gut. Not to mention the possible gut infections like candida and yeast infections, parasites etc…
So Steven, I learned a lot about gut health, but there are many ways to address it, could you share some of your experience with healing the gut?
ViktorJuly 13, 2016 at 12:39 pm #46846
The ninja are introduced not as magical or almost mythical people, but rather as supreme martial artists who have reached the highest level and seek to progress further. It is suggested that by becoming ninja they strive to advance to an even higher plane, gaining skills such as haragei, or sensing the surrounding world in a different manner. However, we soon learn this is not without a high personal cost.
-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ninja_(novel)July 13, 2016 at 12:46 pm #46848
the parts of a written or spoken statement that precede or follow a specific word or passage, usually influencing its meaning or effect:
You have misinterpreted my remark because you took it out of context.
the set of circumstances or facts that surround a particular event, situation, etc.July 23, 2016 at 2:03 am #46850
Well, just a few suggestions . . .
Probiotics supplements, daily. Get ones that survive to the small intestine.
Aloe vera water (100%), daily.
Banana/almond milk smoothies, daily.
Watching what you eat, as some foods are gut inflammatory . . . and some of this is personal.
I did a colon cleanse and parasite cleanse, years ago. I don’t know whether it helped or not, as it was too long ago. But even the above will create some shift.
SJuly 23, 2016 at 6:52 am #46852August 25, 2016 at 7:47 am #46854
Recently I have been tackling gut problems, here are some of my conclusions :
1. Root cause is sugar addiction, which is related to other imbalances / emotional or expression problems
2. Sauerkraut a little with each meal is very good
3. For candida taking Pau d’Arco tincture is very good (10ml with licorice tea)
4. For lower issues in the colon, squatting on the toilet or colonics are very good
5. Trying to kill everything in the digestive tract is not a great approach, although an occasional yogic salt water flush can be helpful to reset
6. Ultra basic foods for bad days : banana smoothies or rice congee or melon
7. Outer dissolving on any painful area seems to exorcise the demons
8. Other things to consider : bad teeth inject bad things into the digestive tract; cayenne pepper tea also is useful as it triggers gut re-lining; kefir (from Polish shops) can be used instead of sauerkraut
9. If you try everything at the same time you don’t know which one works
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