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From: John Rose (69.148.49.95)
Subject:         Life Saving Enemas
Date: August 16, 2014 at 5:57 am PST

As I have mentioned before, there is a time and a place for enemas and even colonics although some people seem to be a little "anal" about this subject. :)

I remember reading Dr. John Tilden's original book Toxemia after I had already read T.C. Fry's edited version and was really annoyed that T.C. took it upon himself to edit out EVERY reference to doing enemas.

Once again, there is a time and a place for enemas and even colonics!

Please note a common theme in the quotes below from various books by Dr. John Tilden, who is the guy who came up with the Seven Stages of Disease, and that theme is when nauseated and UNABLE to drink water on a water fast, thirst should be controlled by enemas.

In Chapter VIII in “Appendicitis: The Etiology, Hygienic and Dietetic Treatment,” Dr. John Tilden wrote, “If nauseated, enough water to control thirst was to be used by enema; if the stomach was all right, all the water desired by mouth.”

In Chapter IX in “Appendicitis: The Etiology, Hygienic and Dietetic Treatment,” Dr. John Tilden wrote, “Use an enema every night as a routine, and drink all the water desired, when there is no nausea.”

In “Impaired Health ITS CAUSE AND CURE” under the section XI. DIPHTHERIA, Dr. John Tilden wrote, “See that the child has nothing at all to eat. It should not be encouraged to drink, nor to swallow anything. It should be encouraged to wash its mouth and spit out rather than to swallow. Thirst must be controlled by small water enemas.”

In “Impaired Health ITS CAUSE AND CURE” under the section F. DISEASES OF THE STOMACH … III. DILATION OF THE STOMACH (Gastrectasis), Dr. John Tilden wrote, “Try out first the stomach-pump once or twice a day, and fruit for the morning meal; for the evening meal, meat and fresh fruit or salad. Thirst should be controlled by enemas. No water or other table beverages should be used. The stomach-pump will give great relief if used daily, and only solid food given.”

In “CHILDREN THEIR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS” under the section GASTRO-ENTERITIS AND COLONITIS, Dr. John Tilden wrote, “Thirst may be relieved by enemas of warm water, which should be given two or three times a day until the bowels are thoroughly cleared out. By that time the stomach crisis should be about gone, if food has been withheld, as should be done in all stomach and bowel derangements. Where water is rejected, it must not be given until vomiting ceases entirely.”

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