To natural health experts: what is the cheapest AND safest digestive cleanse?

I want to do a digestive cleanse that will dislodge any collected or undigested wastes left behind in my digestive. I have been having something that seems similar to a very mild "sprue" or malabsorption for at least 2 if not 3 months. So I figured that backed-up waste may be the issue. I dont’ really suffer from constipation, but do not take fiber as I used to do. I want to find the absolute cheapest BUT safest way to do it, possibly even using stuff around the house. Note: anyone who poo-poo’s (no pun intended! LOL) cleanses or any other natural health, please don’t respond.

2 comments

  • Chelsea Deity

    stool softeners are great they clean you out just fine.
    Such as ‘Fiber Therapy’
    * 100% Natural Psyllium
    * Husk Fiber
    * Bulk Forming Laxative
    * Dietary Fiber Supplement
    * For Fiber Laxative Use & For Supplement Use: For Relief of Occasional Constipation and Restoring Regularity. Natural Bulk Producing Fiber Encourages Normal Elimination Without Chemical Stimulants.
    * Other Information: Each Dose Contains: Potassium 30 Mg; Sodium 5 Mg. Store Below 30 C (86 F), Tightly Closed to Protect from Humidity. Satisfaction Guaranteed By Refund Or Exchange.
    * Not Listed On The Nutritional #1 Are The Serving Amounts For Soluble Fiber Which Is 2 G; Calcium 6 Mg; Iron 1 Mg. The Percentage of Daily Value For Soluble Fiber and Sugars Has Not Been Established.

    Walgreen’s have a wide selection of stool softeners

    or if you’d like a more natural substance, like food try

    * whole grain breads, buns, bagels, muffins
    * Bran Flakes, All Bran, bran Buds, Corn bran, whole wheat Shreddies, 100% Bran and Fiber 1
    * Cooked cereal such as Red River and Oat Bran
    * whole-wheat pastas
    * whole grains such as barley, popcorn, corn and brown rice

    * dried fruits such as apricots, dates, prunes and raisins
    * berries such as blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries
    * oranges, apple with skin, avocado, kiwi, mango and pear

    * broccoli, spinach, swiss chard, green peas and other dark green leafy vegetables
    * dried peas and beans such as kidney beans, lima beans, black-eyed beans, chick peas and lentils

    * nuts and seeds such as almonds, whole flaxseed and soynuts

  • Lawrence L

    it seems like you arent getting enough of the daily vitamins your body needs at all if youre having so many problems. is it hard for you to follow a set routine???..thats usually the major problem with people and their health. i know the said the "cheapest" way. but sometimes you gotta spend a little to get a little..i’ve noticed thats the case most the time anywayz. but i ran across this suppliment called proleva thats been working pretty well for me the past few weeks. i havent even been as tired as used to be. give this a try man

    http://www.tryproleva.com

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