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How to Use Magnesium Oxide for an Intestinal Cleanse

Magnesium oxide cleanses small intestines and colon

Magnesium oxide has been used for over a century in naturopathic medicine as a safe natural laxative to cleanse the entire digestive tract with oxygen - It is gentle and non habit forming. Some say cleansing with magnesium oxide for one week is like having a colonic, plus it cleans the small intestine, which a colonic does not. It is claimed to remove impacted food matter, heavy metals, and anaerobic pathogens by dissolving the waste build-up. Supposedly, it is used by NASA to detoxify astronauts'digestive tracts in preparation for outer space. Proprietary blends with magnesium oxide are found under such brands as:

Colozone, Oxy-Cleanse, Aerobic Mag 07, Colosan, and Homozon, but these tend to be expensive.

How often to do cleanse?

To cleanse entire digestive tract - Take first thing in the morning and last thing at night for 1 week;

For maintenance - use it one time per week.

Instructions for using Magnesium Oxide

Drink an 8oz glass of water (room temperature) - mixed with 1 level tsp Magnesium Oxide

Immediately drink the juice of 1/2 a fresh lemon (the catalyst to activate the oxygen in the stomach) - diluted with 2 to 4 ounces of water

Take Magnesium Oxide on an empty stomach and wait 90 minutes before eating

Access to a bathroom is advised after each serving! - It will create a watery bowel movement which indicates it is working. It is not a sickness type of diarrhea - Any magnesium based laxative works by the body drawing water into the bowel to flush out the excess magnesium you consumed. Some oxygen is also released into the body.You MUST DRINK EXTRA WATER to replenish the water used!

If your reaction to the cleanse is too much for you cut down the amount of magnesium oxide taken.

Take any other medicine and magnesium oxide at least 2 hours apart

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