And You Thought Aajonus Was Just A Little Nuts
by aajonus vonderplanitz, phd nutrition
(Suggested remedy in last paragraph)
Dr Somchai Hongnamsakul of Johns Hopkins University told a press conference that the facility would offer patented self-induced diarrhea regimens. Explaining the new therapy, Dr Hongnamsakul said, “The word ‘detoxification’ is widely used these days, but much misunderstood. Some spa treatments touted as detoxifiers, such as aromatherapy and oil massage, actually have no clinically proven detoxifying effect whatsoever. Diarrhea, on the other hand, is nature’s most potent detoxification strategy. Its purgative effects on the human system are indisputable,” he said. “Induced diarrhea can also be an effective tool for weight loss. It is our considered belief that it may also be useful in treating people who exhibit anal-retentive behavior. Right now we can see no end to the number of uses of the therapy,” he said.
Guests at the detoxification hotel (termed “detoxotel”) will be treated from 3-14 days. Each guest will receive comprehensive tests to determine which of many known diarrhea-causing bacteria matches the patient’s needs, and the precise dosage. The doctor stated that detoxification initializes when the bacteria begin to multiply in the digestive tract and the body naturally tries to expel the toxicity. “We have an effective biological agent for just about anyone, including the most well-traveled people who have already become immune to the bacteria responsible for Montezuma’s Revenge, Bangkok Belly and many other strains known to cause diarrhea. We will be able to administer effective antibiotics for any of the strains we use, allowing us to bring the treatment to an end in a matter of hours, if necessary,” Dr. Hongnamsakul said. He admitted that an aggressive public relations campaign would be needed to overcome negative preconceptions about diarrhea.
“We understand that many people harbor negative ideas about diarrhea, but our aim is to change that. When people see just how luxurious our open-plan bathroom designs are, with marble tiles, built-in plasma screen TV connected to 57 cable channels, and even a mini-bar, they’ll soon come to realize that a week with diarrhea can actually be an enjoyable experience,” he said. He claimed that their SID method is far more effective than other detoxification strategies, such as fasting. “Fasting can detoxify the system, but it takes too long – and most people just don’t have the required self-control to refrain from food for that long, which, in many cases, is why they need detox in the first place. Unlike at fasting resorts, which charge guests hundreds of dollars a day without having to provide them with meals, our facility will allow guests to eat as much as they want – it won’t make any difference. They will be able to order from room service with our discreet staff serving them on specially-designed toilet serving trolleys. And our cuisine will be second to none. We plan to bring in some of the world’s top chefs from Europe.” Guests at the facility will be monitored regularly by licensed physicians to ensure they do not suffer dangerous side effects. (End of report.)
Firstly, I have nothing to do with this new detoxotel. It is owned and will be operated by licensed medical doctors. Through my books, you know that I consider diarrhea the second best natural method of quickly dumping toxins. The first, of course, is vomit. In vomit, we do not lose so much fluid and nutrients. Vomit is mainly poison-laced mucus and digestive juices. Vomit is created when our bodies use our stomachs as the elimination point.
I do not know anything about those doctors' knowledge of detoxification but vomit and diarrhea are most often byproducts of detoxification that occur other than in the digestive tract. When focusing a therapy to induce diarrhea, only the intestinal tract is likely to be detoxified. However, whether experiencing diarrhea or vomit, the safe and practical remedy to reduce vomit and diarrhea is eating no-salt-added raw cheese, not taking antibiotics. Antibiotics damage digestive abilities and cause a myriad of other side effects, such as Chrone’s disease, chronic fatigue, eczema and psoriasis.