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Posted - 11/09/2005 :  15:29:51  Show Profile
Kristina,

With just one session with the goat's milk enema soap made a world of difference for my prostate! I had bladder pressure, increased urges to urinate, slowed urine flow, and my wife had discovered a node as she inserted super salve to prep me for my enema. It was hard and caulis-like to the touch through her rubber glove. After just one session this past Sunday, Tuesday I woke up with no pressure, normal urine flow, and for the rest of the day I had no increased urges to urinate.

Obviously, the swelling of my prostate had reversed. That alone would have been worth the purchase of the soap; however, my wife was curious to examine the node after I described my improvements. She went inside to find absolutely NOTHING! The node had totally disappeared. She felt all around with her bare finger, and she said all the tissue was healthy and normal. It was gone! Hallelujah!!!

Weíll continue to use it as a regular part of our cleansing regimen, and monitor things as we go . We're going to see if the frankincense and myrrh will help my wife's pre-cycle headaches and menopausal symptoms. We'll keep you posted.

Many, many thanks Kristina,
Dan

Clint
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Posted - 12/25/2005 :  20:55:28  Show Profile
I tried the frankincense and myrrh goats milk soap tonight and I'm pretty impressed. I can't get over that sensation I felt as I was getting rid of the water. WOW! I'll have to wait until my next physical to see if it helped my prostate but until then, I'll keep using this soap.

Edited by - Clint on 12/26/2005 00:26:50
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Posted - 01/02/2006 :  15:20:26  Show Profile
Dan: I have some prostate problems. I'd like to try this. Where does one get goats milk soap and how much do you use? Either reply here or send me an email. Thanks
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Posted - 01/02/2006 :  16:53:27  Show Profile
Kristina sells goat milk soap on this site. It's a new product. I'll send a link to it later, because I have a music student coming soon, I'm short on time now.Maybe Mike or someone will send the link before I can get to it, or you can look it up under new products.
Salute! (To your health)
Lisa
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Clint
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Posted - 01/02/2006 :  17:47:26  Show Profile
These are wonderful products. I bought both of them and plan on stocking up with a few extra bars.
http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/product.asp?specific=johneqd0
http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/product.asp?specific=johmmrq0
The directions are on the pages.

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Posted - 01/06/2006 :  23:57:10  Show Profile
Thank you so much Clint for posting the links.
I'm sorry I didn't get back. I've been off from the board for awhile. Just going through a hard time now.
Ciao,
Lisa
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Posted - 01/28/2006 :  14:52:42  Show Profile
I tried goats milk soap and it is great.
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Posted - 02/08/2006 :  06:57:32  Show Profile
Dan h's posting a while back on how his prostate benefitted from goat's milk enema soap has gotten me interested in trying it since my doctor found some swelling during a rectal exam recently. Luckily, there are no nodes and my PSA blood test was excellent, but he wants to check again before long.
I think those of us positive about enemas are more likely to care about our health and family members' in general. Agree?

Dave
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Posted - 02/08/2006 :  09:33:43  Show Profile
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Originally posted by Dave

..... I think those of us positive about enemas are more likely to care about our health and family members' in general. Agree?

Dave


Not necessarily Dave. Many poeple have their own ways in which they believe they take ultimate care of themselves. For some it may be enemas, for others it could be vitamins and supplements, eating a specific diet, taking neurotically good care of your teeth and gums, never smoking or drinking, living in an ultra-low pollution environment, meditating, etc. There isn't one main way to take better care of yourself than another person might, so I don't think you can make a general statement like that.
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Dave
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Posted - 02/08/2006 :  13:48:26  Show Profile
I agree that the remark may seem too sweeping, Barbra. I would also say that many here would tend also to use some or many of the good health steps you have listed, so enemas are not the total answer.
Dave
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Clint
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Posted - 02/08/2006 :  16:41:24  Show Profile
I do all that stuff to take care of my health and I'm 52 and healthier than when I was in my twenties.
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tkbv4627
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Posted - 03/13/2006 :  11:53:38  Show Profile
What affect would goats milk soap have on IBS I wonder? Has anyone tried it for that? Can it be purchased at a local healthfood store?

Tom
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Clint
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Posted - 03/13/2006 :  17:18:03  Show Profile
The goats milk soap sold at Optimal Health Network contains sodium hydroxide. If you have irritable bowel syndrome, sodium hydroxide wouldn't be a good thing to infuse into an already irritated and inflamed colon.
Perhaps something more soothing would work better.
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Kristina
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Posted - 03/14/2006 :  17:54:56  Show Profile
Here is what my soap maker had to say about the sodium hydroxide in our goat's milk soap.

Kristina,

It is not an easy question to answer without going into some chemistry, but here goes!

The only way to make soap is with sodium hydroxide, or lye. It is a necessary ingredient in the soap making process (as in, without it you CAN'T make soap). The alternative to a true, natural soap is detergent. Detergents and chemical surfactants (what most people think of when you say "soap" - Dial, Dove, Lever, etc.) are made without lye, but what is used in place is nothing I would be comfortable using anywhere on my body.

The soap making process is a basic acid-base reaction. The end product does not resemble lye any more than it resembles the goat milk or olive oil that went into the soap making pot. In a properly made bar of soap NO sodium hydroxide remains, and in fact, a proportionally higher amount of oils are added so you end up with a "super fatted" bar of soap (as opposed to a "lye heavy" bar like our grandmothers might have made). Lye is a base, fat is an acid, and properly combined they result in soap (think of hydrogen versus oxygen versus water. Chemistry is amazing). The PH of my finished soap is very close to neutral, something that can certainly not be said of lye.

Please do write me again if you have any further questions.

What I have to say is that our soap is the most therapeutic soap made. I am glad this issue has come up. I know our goatís milk soap is the healthiest soap made for colon cleansing. I do think that most soap wouldn't be healthy to be used when one has irritable bowel syndrome. If a person has IBS I recommend the following protocol for your colon cleansing program: First take a filtered water enema from a water filter like our shower filters, http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/group.asp?grp=13. Do not take a second enema at this point. If your colon didnít react negatively to the first enema, take a second enema the following day. In this enema, use filtered water and the goatís milk soap. If you find your colon in pain, do not use the soap or any other soap. If you didnít find your colon in pain, the goatís milk soap is just fine.

I do recommend that a person stop using any enema solution, or even plain water enemas, if you have any pain after taking the enema.






In good health,
Kristina Amelong, CNC,CT
Optimal Health Network
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tkbv4627
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Posted - 03/14/2006 :  19:53:27  Show Profile
Thanks everyone for your input, especially Kristina. Your advice is well noted. The colon therapist I am going to see tomorrow also advised me this past weekend via email not to use any soaps in the enemas but to use small amounts of seasalt and baking soda (1 tsp and 1/2 tsp per 2-qt enema respectively). I did not notice any unusual pain activity before, during or after enemas, even with soap (beyond the cramping I would normally expect). I did not have any seasalt or baking soda the last time I took an enema (last Sunday) so I used a tbs of table salt to 2 quarts warm water because I needed some relief. I took it very slowly and found it to be the most comfortable and pain-free enema I have had in a long time. I was even able to hold it in for up to about 15 minutes, with a gentle non-forced evacuation. My IBS remained pain free for some time after that until I started to feel some bloating and gas discomfort and then the occasional (not persistent) pain returned.

I spoke with my regular doctor today and he is sending me for an ultrasound on the gallbladder and general abdomen area as he suspects I may be trying to pass small gall stones. He is aware of my constipation/diarrhea problem but has made no effort toward resolution beyond the usual recommendations for OTC laxatives.

Tomorrow I will see the colon therapist and see what should be the next step. I am looking forward, tho nervously, to the first hydrotherapy treatment if rendered.

I do have sea salt and baking soda now, and will be picking up some peppermint oil tomorrow. As for the goats milk soap, I would like to try it someday when I can get my present situations under control. One step at a time.

And Kristina, I am looking forward to receiving a copy of your new book as well as your latest enema videos.

One of these days I am going to post a comment on my views of the modern (conventional) medical field and the overwhelming desire by healthcare providers to prescribe a pill for everything under the sun including problems caused by other pills. It amazes me some of the things I have been seeing and hearing! It is one of my favorite pet peeves since entering the health field myself.

Tom
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Posted - 03/23/2006 :  22:04:45  Show Profile
Krisina, I, too, am a soapmaker, giving living history demonstrations. All soap is made with lye, which is a natural product (water filtered through hardwood ash), animal fat, and water. The soap I make, if it has fragrance, is scented with natural oils of plants and not perfume oil that is usually synthetic. I believe that what your soapmaker said about the lye being a base and the fat being an acid is not well known by many. The reaction while cooking the soap along with the ageing process, called soapafication basically makes a good soap a neutral Ph. Great grandmother would test her soap by sticking her tongue on the bar and if it tingled her tongue, she would know that the soap is not aged enough to use it. History tells us that during the early colonial days, a good wedding present for a bride would be soap that had been aged no less than a year. I have washed my hair with some of my unscented soap and would get it in my eyes and it would not sting. Thank you for making this excellent soap available to us! Now, how about some good goat milk by mail order.

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Originally posted by Kristina

Here is what my soap maker had to say about the sodium hydroxide in our goat's milk soap.

Kristina,

It is not an easy question to answer without going into some chemistry, but here goes!

The only way to make soap is with sodium hydroxide, or lye. It is a necessary ingredient in the soap making process (as in, without it you CAN'T make soap). The alternative to a true, natural soap is detergent. Detergents and chemical surfactants (what most people think of when you say "soap" - Dial, Dove, Lever, etc.) are made without lye, but what is used in place is nothing I would be comfortable using anywhere on my body.

The soap making process is a basic acid-base reaction. The end product does not resemble lye any more than it resembles the goat milk or olive oil that went into the soap making pot. In a properly made bar of soap NO sodium hydroxide remains, and in fact, a proportionally higher amount of oils are added so you end up with a "super fatted" bar of soap (as opposed to a "lye heavy" bar like our grandmothers might have made). Lye is a base, fat is an acid, and properly combined they result in soap (think of hydrogen versus oxygen versus water. Chemistry is amazing). The PH of my finished soap is very close to neutral, something that can certainly not be said of lye.

Please do write me again if you have any further questions.

What I have to say is that our soap is the most therapeutic soap made. I am glad this issue has come up. I know our goatís milk soap is the healthiest soap made for colon cleansing. I do think that most soap wouldn't be healthy to be used when one has irritable bowel syndrome. If a person has IBS I recommend the following protocol for your colon cleansing program: First take a filtered water enema from a water filter like our shower filters, http://www.optimalhealthnetwork.com/group.asp?grp=13. Do not take a second enema at this point. If your colon didnít react negatively to the first enema, take a second enema the following day. In this enema, use filtered water and the goatís milk soap. If you find your colon in pain, do not use the soap or any other soap. If you didnít find your colon in pain, the goatís milk soap is just fine.

I do recommend that a person stop using any enema solution, or even plain water enemas, if you have any pain after taking the enema.






In good health,
Kristina Amelong, CNC,CT
Optimal Health Network

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