Constipation can be a big problem when you go on the King Diet. Flax seeds and supplements like Colace and other stool softners contain ingredients like Gelatin, Glycerin, PEG-400, Propylene Glycol, and Sorbitol none of which is allowed on the King Diet. So what do you use instead?
► Taking Diatomaceous Earth Internally has been reported to significantly help Information about DE is at blog post, "Diatomaceous Earth to Fight Morgellons Disease 7/26/2020," but while you are taking it, you can experiment and add in a teaspoon of baking soda to help alkalize. My Sunday co-host, Robin shared that she mixed diatomaceous earth and baking soda in equal proportions and took one teaspoon in a glass of water on an empty stomach twice a day. After a few days she increased to two teaspoons twice a day on an empty stomach. And then after a few more days up to three teaspoons (one tablespoon) twice a day for several days and then stop for a week. Then resume with one teaspoon twice a day on an empty stomach as maintenance.
You can get creative and add a serving of Collagen to help build your skin and you can add all this to say, Cistus tea or any tea we have in the store. Cistus being the best of them health wise and sweeten if you wish with quality Stevia or you can replace the Cistus tea with our Dutched Organic Cocoa. Cocoa is a two fold winner in that it is a super prebiotic (Why Probiotics are not the answer to Morgellons and Prebiotics Are 4/19/2020) and free radical killer - read Beat Morgellons with Chocolate (cocoa)? 11/14/2020.
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Psyllium husks have also been reported to be helpful to relieve constipation
►"Epsom salts are a great way to relieve constipation. Mix 2 teaspoons of Epsom salts in a glass of water. Drink entire cup for best results. If the taste is not appealing to you, try mixing with fresh juice instead,"
from the Nutrition WatchDog - 17 Amazing Uses for Epson Salts - Some You Won't Believe. In our case, the juice would be lemon juice sweetened with stevia
Our herbalist is also working on a tea to relieve constipation.