My wife joined me at the breakfast table and saw my bloodshot eyes streaming tears down my face. One eye was partially closed with the lids swollen – behind that eye was a migraine that started 36 hours before when I began my liver flush. My body ached as if I had the flu and I had the feeling my body was in crisis.
“I’m in bad shape,” I said, “but I’m happy because I know this means more toxic slime is on its way out.”
“I hope you’re right,” she worried.
“This isn’t my first rodeo sweetheart!” I reassured her.
And that is the truth — I had used both charcoal and DMSA to soak up some of the toxins I knew were going to come out. And I have all the tools of the trade in my “second office” – enema bucket with extra soft silicone tips, ozonated olive oil for faster recovery, 3% hydrogen peroxide and 6+ months of experience waging my cleansing war.
At first I was disappointed when this liver flush yielded no stones. But then around 10 AM I started passing the yellow gelatinous stuff, larger thicker blobs than I had seen before. After posting pictures on the “Bottoms Up” Facebook group, and a couple other related groups, I kept hearing this was “biofilm“.
Then, in the afternoon my abdomen began cramping, and I started feeling body aches and general malaise. A few hours later, with the help of an enema, I started passing large quantities of what I previously called mucoid plaque. After researching it a bit, I realized that the proper term might be “biofilm” because this stuff is not just mucus. It might be a toxic stew of pathogens which could include bacteria, virus and fungi (probably marinated in heavy metals).
The biofilm matrix has a horizontal and a vertical weave. It is standard knowledge that biofilm bacteria use metals and minerals to help build that matrix.
Or, it might all be plant material/cyanobacteria related to algae and mold.
Either way, it’s toxic stuff.
I decided to take better pictures this time including close-ups. That’s because the first time I photographed my biofilm/mucoid plaque, my colonic hydro therapist sounded skeptical even after seeing the pictures. So before you look at these, if you’re at all skeptical – consider this:
- I’ve fasted and then used 2 tablespoons of magnesium sulfate in 2 cups of water and later 16 g of sodium ascorbate in 1 quart of water to flush my bowels so there is no stool in my system
- during the 48 hours it takes for this stuff to completely move out of my system, I get very ill, physically and cognitively.
- it may look a little like stool (there are occasionally small bits of undigested food wrapped up in it) but it is not stool.
- although it has its own unique vile odor, it doesn’t smell even remotely like stool.
- it doesn’t dissolve in water as stool would. It looks like hundreds or thousands of pictures posted online by others doing colon cleanses and in places you can see it has been molded into the shape of the colon wall.
I’m not sure exactly why or how I cleared out so much biofilm slime after this flush but I’m guessing it has a lot to do with the ozone water followed by hydrogen peroxide therapy and maybe a little bit to do with the 30 days of parasite cleansing (walnut hull/clove) I did before that. My colonic may have helped also.
My migraine disappeared this morning after I delivered the last bits of slime and I was left feeling like I had exorcised a demon. When I see the gobs of slime and smell it and think about the intensity of the lightning-strike illness it brings on, I’m so sure I’m on the right track to recovering my health. No amount of vitamins or chelation could restore my health with these toxic demons choking up my insides.
Still, I’m not expecting any fast miracles and ready to stay engaged in this war for as long as it takes. Who knows how much biofilm I’ve got left… who knows what it will take to keep it from growing back.
And now if you’ve got the stomach for it, here are the pictures starting with the easiest to look at:
The next two pictures are magnified to about twice actual size.
Collection of branchy biofilm thingys floating in water.
Above, my biofilm slime blobs – the large round one was about the size of a quarter.
Flat, filmlike slime above, hard to get a good photograph because it punches together easily and sinks to the bottom of the container. Probably more cyanobacteria.
Plant material according to Steve, related to algae.
I was worried that these could be flukes or tapeworm eggs, but Steve says they are just plant materials/algae.
More pictures of the things I was hoping were not helminth (worm) related.
Biofilm turds showing the effect of charcoal on the outside/skin.
More biofilm turds and one with branchy thing wrapped around it.
Inspiring isn’t it?
Congratulations for looking – you’re a tough cookie! Maybe tough enough to win the war against your biofilm…