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Clean Sweep Protocol


Materials: Psyllium seed husks, pre-mixed bentonite liquid or bentonite powder

Bentonite is a clay mixture that absorbs toxins from the gut. If you are using bentonite powder, make the solution the day before because the solution needs to sit for 12 hours in order for the powder to dissolve. Mix 2 ounces of powder to 1 quart of puried water.

1) Add 1 tablespoon of psyllium seed husks to 8 ounces of water. Mix thoroughly then

drink immediately. The mixture will solidify if allowed to sit.

2) Follow with an 8-ounce glass of water.

3) Then drink 4 ounces of the bentonite solution.

Repeat this 3 times a day for 5 days for a total of 15 doses. During the Clean Sweep, follow your regular diet taking the doses of psyllium and bentonite between meals. Continue your daily coffee enemas.

After your have finished your fifteen does of psyllium, eat yogurt with active cultures three times a day for the next five days to replenish your bacterial ora.

Psyllium can absorb many times its weight in water. In the gut it enlarges much like a sponge does when exposed to water. The swollen mass of psyllium gradually works its way through the small and large intestine filling every nook and cranny. It forces out all kinds of stored wastes that would not otherwise be excreted.

During the protocol you may feel discomfort for at least a day or two because of the expansion of the psyllium in the intestinal tract. This is a good sign – it means the psyllium is stretching the intestines to maximum diameter.

Many people who have used this protocol have reported passing a variety of exotic particles and substances. Many described passing long casings similar to a sausage casing that are actually dried mucous and dead cells from the walls of the intestines. These wastes can accumulate over a period of many years and seriously interfere with the absorption of nutrients.

The Clean Sweep is a very effective way of removing abnormal bacterial and other organisms from the intestines that often take hold after antibiotic use.

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