Since many people with IBD and IBS suffer from internal or external hemorrhoids, finding an effective healing remedy for hemorrhoids has been at the top of my list – especially since I too developed internal hemorrhoids after the birth of my daughter!

Those of you who have my Listen To Your Gut book know that there are effective substances you can use to shrink hemorrhoids (like bioflavonoids), but the problem is that you have to keep taking them and they don’t always heal the hemorrhoids completely.

I first came across this powerful formula for healing hemorrhoids on Dr. Jonathan V. Wright’s website. Dr. Wright is a prolific medical doctor who is also a proponent of using natural remedies whenever possible and he has wonderful protocols for using potassium iodide (SSKI) to treat a variety of ailments from hemorrhoids to ovarian cysts. Dr. Wright became very well known after Suzanne Somers featured him in one of her books on natural hormone balancing.

I took Dr. Wright’s formula for healing hemorrhoids and began experimenting with it. My first challenge was to see if I could come up with a formula that worked for internal hemorrhoids as well. I had also been experimenting with DMSO for a few years, seeing what it could do, so I also wanted to see what happened (could I turbo-charge the formula?) if I added DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide – a natural substance derived from tree bark) to Dr. Wright’s formula and what the best ratio would be.

Dr. Wright also uses and writes about DMSO and one of his colleagues has tested a 50/50 combination of DMSO and potassium iodide on sebaceous cysts and found that to work well (although you would get quite a “sting” at that concentration!). So I did have some rough guidelines to work with.

Once I found formulas for both internal and external hemorrhoids that worked well for me and my family, I called them HemorrHeal and gave them to my JPT Wellness Circle members for further testing. In our experience, in most cases, hemorrhoids are completely healed, but at the very least, substantial relief is obtained. My own internal hemorrhoids (which I’d had for 6 years after the birth of my daughter) were completely healed in 7 days. It is now over a year and a half later and they have not come back, so I think it’s safe to say that HemorrHeal is also a long-term remedy!

Like any facet of health, I suspect your success with this remedy will also depend on whether you are holistically addressing the root causes of hemorrhoids in your body. For example, if you are eating a diet that continually results in hard, dehydrated stools, or decreased peristalsis, then, whilst HemorrHeal may heal your first batch of hemorrhoids, your continual straining to defecate is just going to produce more hemorrhoids. So if constipation is an ongoing factor in your life, I encourage you to consider getting my book, Listen To Your Colon: The Complete Natural Healing Guide For Constipation – or at least read through the information on the website, watch the videos, and download the free report.

At the very least, be sure you are simultaneously using stool softeners during treatment with HemorrHeal. You can use psyllium, chia, or flaxseed to soften your stools (or to bulk them up if you suffer from chronic diarrhea).

Before I get into the actual HemorrHeal formula instructions, I’d like to give you some information and background on one of its key ingredients – dimethyl sulfoxide, or, DMSO.

I need to explain DMSO because it is currently not approved for use with other substances. Like many other truly spectacular, natural, non-patentable substances, DMSO has been sidelined by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration). Its only FDA-approved use is for Interstitial Cystitis (for which a drug company holds the patent). Thus, any DMSO product you buy has to carry a warning that it is for use as a “solvent” only.

Hence, I am unable to get HemorrHeal manufactured for you, ready to go. Instead, I can only give you the formula and you have to purchase the ingredients and make it yourself. The other ingredients in HemorrHeal are more common substances – aloe vera juice, potassium iodide (a mineral salt) and cocoa butter – and are non-controversial, so we don’t need to get into a lot of background on them. Although I will give you a brief overview of each, so you can assess the synergy of this formula:

Aloe Vera – is antibacterial and antifungal. It is also used to soothe and speed healing, so it works well to counter the “sting” of potassium iodide and any irritation from DMSO.

Potassium Iodide – a mineral salt also known as SSKI (saturated solution potassium iodide), it is antibacterial and antiviral. It is also known for its ability to break down scar tissue and cysts. Dr. Wright has used it extensively to treat ovarian cysts and fibrocystic breast disease. David M. Derry MD, PhD has also extensively studied the use of topical iodine in regenerating scar tissue. If used long-term (longer than a month or so), you need to monitor your thyroid function though, since iodine impacts the thyroid.

Cocoa Butter – used to solidify the suppositories (for internal hemorrhoid use), cocoa butter is naturally rich in Vitamin E as well as a number of other vitamins and minerals. Vitamin E helps to soothe, hydrate, and balance the skin and also provides the skin with collagen, which assists with wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Cocoa Butter also contains cocoa mass polyphenol (CMP), a substance that inhibits the production of the immuno globulin IgE. IgE is known to aggravate symptoms of both dermatitis and asthma. Cocoa butter is historically a folk remedy for burns, cough, dry lips, fever, malaria, rheumatism, snakebite and wounds.

What Is DMSO?

DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) has received the most press as a topical application for relieving arthritis. However, that application is merely the proverbial tip of the iceberg for this multi-tasking healing aid. In many ways, it reminds me of wild oregano oil in that it has such a broad range of uses and the ability to produce such amazing results fairly quickly.

So what exactly is it? Dimethyl sulfoxide is primarily derived from the bark of trees. It was first synthesized by Russian scientist, Dr. Alexander Saytzeff in 1866. Due to its amazing ability to bind with other substances, it was first utilized as a solvent. Then in 1959 it was demonstrated that DMSO could protect red blood cells and other tissues against freezing conditions, so experimentation began with using it to freeze and store organs for transplants.

Then Dr. Stanley Jacob at the University of Oregon Medical School discovered that DMSO relieved burn pains and prevented scar tissue formation. He published his results in 1963 – from then on DMSO usage and experimentation spread like wildfire. It follows logically, that a substance that can prevent scar tissue formation, should also be able to soften or dissolve existing scar tissue and in this capacity DMSO also does not disappoint.

Therapeutic Uses for DMSO

Since then, DMSO has been widely used with professional athletes (from football players to Olympic gymnasts) where it has proven effective with injuries to soft tissue or joint defusions; sprains, strains, dislocations, tendonitis, bursitis, gout, soft tissue tears, myositis (muscle inflammation), broken bones, tennis elbow. Pain is relieved, swelling subsides, and function is recovered more quickly.

Today, we have reams of evidence (from medical doctors and/or PhD scientists) showing that DMSO can also:

• Increase or potentiate cell-mediated immunity in auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, lymphoid thryroiditis, etc.

• Make the immune system more effective by allowing macrophages to move around and through the tissues faster. It can also diminish allergic reactions.

• Increase the permeability of cell membranes, allowing toxins to be flushed from the cell.

• Substitute for water in the living cell, then bind to free radicals and form a substance (dimethyl sulfone plus water with the hydroxyl ion) which can then be excreted out of the body via urine.

• Prevent the formation of scar tissue or adhesions, or dissolve them once present.

• Kill or slow the growth of bacteria, viruses and fungi.

• Greatly reduce or eliminate inflammation, swelling, and pain.

• Quickly heal skin ulcerations, infected wounds, second and third degree burns and other skin lesions. In a study of 1,371 patients with these varying afflictions who were treated with DMSO, 95.04% were discharged as completely cured. Some of these patients had diabetic leg ulcers, which had been present for over 15 years – they were completely healed after daily topical DMSO spray applications for 20 days.

• Clear cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma of the eyes – you can purchase glutathione/DMSO/vitamin C eye drops from specialist compounding pharmacies like.

• And much more!

How Does DMSO Work?

How is it that one substance can effect or facilitate such a wide range of healing mechanisms? As Dr. Stanley Jacob says:

“We’ve barely scratched the surface, for this is a new principle in medicine. We’ve had only three new principles in our century – the antibiotic principle, the cortisone principle, and now the DMSO principle – and the DMSO principle is the only new one of our generation.

DMSO is literally water’s alter ego. It moves through membranes and substitutes for water so that it pulls substances through cells that ordinarily would not move through them. This is its basic mechanism of action. The DMSO-water bond is 1.3 times stronger than the water-water bond.”

Dr. Morton Walker in his book, DMSO Nature’s Healer, summarizes DMSO’s healing mechanism thus:

“This attribute of bonding with water better than water molecules themselves is highly significant. It probably is what makes DMSO an entirely different healing power than anything medical science has known before.

The basic therapeutic principle of DMSO is that cellular damage can be altered – the cell healed and restored to near normal – by changing the water structure within the cell. It represents an entirely different means of treating diseases – not as an ordinary drug that works for a given disease, but as a holistic ingredient that brings whole-body cellular function back to normal.”

Cautions In Using DMSO

DMSO nonselectively opens up your tissues to take up whatever is in their environment, so for this reason you have to be very careful with what you store it in (should be dark-colored glass), what’s on your fingers, or your skin where you are applying it, and any instruments you use to apply it with. Stainless steel, glass, ceramic, or wood are all safe materials to use with DMSO. You also need to keep it well out of reach of children.

For myself, I make sure my hands and the area I’m applying it to have been washed with a natural soap and water and that there are no creams, lotions, perfumes, etc. on my skin. I also try not to use any plastic in contact with DMSO – sometimes this is unavoidable (as in the suppository molds), but I do my best wherever/however I can.

For this reason, when applying DMSO rectally, you want to get your rectum as clear of feces as you can. Obviously, this is not entirely possible, but as long as you have had a decent bowel movement, you should be okay. If it’s any consolation, bacteria and other microorganisms from your feces have already been absorbed into your bloodstream through the mucosal lining of your GI tract. And if you have a fissure, all the contents of your feces have had direct contact with your bloodstream. So applying DMSO (which transports substances across cell membranes) in the rectal environment is not such a big deal, in terms of contamination, as it may first appear.

When you get to the suppository instructions, you’ll see that we need to use either a rubber suppository mold, or plastic drinking straws for the suppository mold. Yes, this is not ideal, but unless you can afford a $300 metal urethral suppository mold (this is what we use to make FissureHeal), then plastic is our only option. Lab technicians have been using DMSO for decades and they have a trick to determine whether their protective gloves are safe to use with DMSO. They take their glove and fill one finger with DMSO and leave it overnight. If it has not disintegrated by morning, the glove is safe to use.

I have made the HemorrHeal suppositories in both a standard-size rubber suppository mold and in narrow plastic drinking straws and left both for 24 hours and they have been fine. Don’t forget, we are also using a very low concentration of DMSO in these formulas and the DMSO is also contained within cocoa butter, which helps to buffer it.

The other ‘side effect’ of DMSO is that it has a garlic-type odor – because it is instantly transported throughout the body, you (or others!) may notice this smell on your breath or coming from your pores. Again, because the amount of DMSO in HemorrHeal is very small, this is not really an issue in this application.

Now that you’ve got some basic background and understanding of DMSO, let me tell you how we’re using it lately.

WARNING: Please be 100% clear that these are experimental protocols that have been used by me, members of JPT Wellness Circle and some followers of Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, MD. They have not been tested nor approved by any regulatory body – so you proceed entirely at your own risk.

Hemorrhoid Remedy

I came across an article on Dr. Jonathan V. Wright’s website that outlined the use of potassium iodide to treat hemorrhoids. The hemorrhoids apparently healed very quickly, sometimes even overnight. The article also mentioned that the treatment is effective for fistula healing when mixed with DMSO, but it takes several months to achieve complete healing of fistulas.

As a result of my other research, I also wondered if this mixture would be effective with anal stenosis (narrowing) or strictures as well. Anal stenosis is a narrowing of the anal area or rectal canal, often caused by trauma, scar tissue, or the thickening of mucosal tissue. We have tested Dr. Wright’s formula with rectal strictures and scar tissue, but it is not effective. However, it was a good jumping off platform and we now have an experimental protocol for anal/rectal strictures and anal stenosis, which I tested myself and obtained fabulous results from.

For now, let’s turn our attention entirely to healing hemorrhoids. Dr. Wright’s formula was devised for healing external hemorrhoids, however, I modified his formula because I intuitively felt I would see better results in swelling and inflammation reduction if I added DMSO to the formula. Next, he recommends flax oil in his formula, but flax oil needs to be kept in the fridge (to prevent rancidity), which changes the viscosity of DMSO and prevents it from staying mixed in the formula.

The oil is also deemed necessary to reduce the ‘sting’ of the potassium iodide, but I don’t like to use oil as it can leave the area moist, which can be itchy and exacerbate infection. I found that George’s “Always Active” Aloe Vera Juice worked just as well to eliminate the sting, but absorbed quickly and carries its own beneficial healing actions.

So, after testing on myself and a number of others at JPT Wellness Circle, I have called my revised formula HemorrHeal. I have also tailored my HemorrHeal formula and usage instructions for each specific rectal condition:

HemorrHeal for external hemorrhoids

HemorrHeal SUPPOSITORIES for internal hemorrhoids

HemorrHeal LIQUID for internal hemorrhoids

I have provided two formulations for those with internal hemorrhoids, depending on your application preference. Personally, I find the suppositories easier to use, but they are a lot more hassle to make. Also, the liquid formula is stronger, so may work better for some people. So you’ll have to take a look at each, maybe test them and then determine which you prefer.

If you want to test both, then purchase the Kit for HemorrHeal Liquid for Internal Hemorrhoids and just add a jar of cocoa butter to your order as well – you will then have all the instructions and all the ingredients needed to make both the liquid formula and the suppository formula for internal hemorrhoids.

Please tell me about your results with HemorrHeal in the COMMENTS section below – especially let us know whether you used them for internal or external hemorrhoids and how long it took to heal them.

One last thing: If you want a really in-depth explanation of what hemorrhoids are and how they develop, check out this article by Konstantin Monastyrsky.

Note: Flexible rubber suppository molds should be available for purchase at your local compounding pharmacy – but make sure you find a “compounding” pharmacy, not just any pharmacy. Otherwise, you can purchase disposable plastic suppository molds online at:

Adult 2ml suppository mold –  about $23.50/hundred

Disposable pediatric (much smaller) suppository mold – about $21/hundred

Suppository Mold Holder – to make it easier to pour in mixture:

Detailed instructions on how to use each type of mold are here.

And here’s my video showing you how to make your own suppositories:

Lastly, some feedback from a reader:

“Hi Jini, Your ebook was excellent. Well done. And the best part of the book was that the protocol worked wonders. Thank you.

After reading your book I mixed up the suggested formula and followed your instructions for exterior and interior hemorrhoids.

I began treatment on the 22 of December and by Christmas day the external ones were almost gone and after 4 days the exterior ones were completely gone and the interior ones much reduced.

After a week the interior ones were also gone. I continued until the first of the new year and have had no trace of hemorrhoids over the next 19 days (till today).

The only change I made in your protocol was to use a plastic pipette to introduce exactly 1-ml into the anus twice a day (morning and evening). This was extremely easy to use (especially with the oily solution covering the outside) and deliver an exact dose.”
– R.C.

How To Heal Internal and External Hemorrhoids
40 Comments

40 thoughts on “How To Heal Internal and External Hemorrhoids

  • As simple as it may sound, water is one of the most important factors in easing the pain you experience from hemorrhoids. Apply warm water to the affected area for at least 10 minutes a day.

  • One natural hemroid remedy solution is to change your diet. Adding more fiber to your diet and drinking at least 6-8 glasses of water a day can help regulate the digestive system. This will help the stool and prevent constipation, this happens to be one of the key factors that contribute to hemorrhoids.

  • Flexible rubber suppository molds should be available for purchase at your local compounding pharmacy – but make sure you find a “compounding” pharmacy, not just any pharmacy. Otherwise, you can purchase disposable plastic suppository molds online at:

    Disposable adult suppository mold – about $7.50/hundred
    http://www.totalpharmacysupply.com/browse.cfm/suppository/2,318.html

    Disposable pediatric (much smaller) suppository mold – about $21/hundred
    http://shop.gohcl.com/default.aspx?page=item%20detail&itemcode=10259

    Suppository Mold Holder – to make it easier to pour in mixture:
    http://shop.gohcl.com/default.aspx?page=item+detail&itemcode=18864

    Detailed instructions on how to use each type of mold:
    http://pharmlabs.unc.edu/labs/suppository/molds.htm

  • Hi, I make my own suppositories also. Just have done some a couple of days prior to seeing your video. I find them very soothing. (I have UP.) I would love to get my hands on some of the rubber molds, but can’t even find a compounding pharmacy in the UK. I have managed to find some disposable plastic ones online, but the price is hideous, especially with their shipping cost! It looks like I will have to stick with my DIY method.
    Anyway, I really like your article.

  • Hi, I have internal and external hemorrhoids and am wanting to try a natural healing formula. However, my body is unable to process sulfur properly and I have bad reactions to sulfur products like MSM and DMSO. Can I make the suppositories without the DMSO (for internal hemorrhoids)? For the external hemorrhoids, can I make a liquid with oil instead of aloe vera juice? Would castor oil or olive oil work with the potassium iodide? Thanks!

    1. Hi Elizabeth,

      You can certainly make the changes you mentioned to the two formulas but we can’t comment on how effective they will be as we’ve not tested them that way. However, we’d love to hear how it works out for you if you decide to go that route! The rest of the ingredients should still be beneficial to some degree.

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Thank you Justin. I appreciate your feedback and will keep you posted about any progress. I know you haven’t tested the formula with these alterations, but do you know if it is safe to mix castor oil with SSKI (for an external hemorrhoid treatment)?

    1. Hi Elizabeth,

      You’re very welcome! I wish I had a better answer for you but I definitely wouldn’t want to give you any information without having feedback or testing to back it up. We aren’t aware of any reason why you wouldn’t be able to use SSKI with castor oil (both are used in a number of Jini’s protocols).

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Recent Feedback on this Treatment – Yay!

    “Hi Jini, Your ebook was excellent. Well done. And the best part of the book was that the protocol worked wonders. Thank you.

    After reading your book I mixed up the suggested formula and followed your instructions for exterior and interior hemorrhoids.

    I began treatment on the 22 of December and by Christmas day the external ones were almost gone and after 4 days the exterior ones were completely gone and the interior ones much reduced.

    After a week the interior ones were also gone. I continued until the first of the new year and have had no trace of hemorrhoids over the next 19 days (till today).

    The only change I made in your protocol was to use a plastic pipette to introduce exactly 1-ml into the anus twice a day (morning and evening). This was extremely easy to use (especially with the oily solution covering the outside) and deliver an exact dose.”
    – R.C.

  • Hi,
    How long to use this on an external hemorrhoid to see results?

    And how is the SSKI you use different from Lugol’s?

    1. Hi Sav,

      The feedback we’ve received varies and it hasn’t worked for everyone but most people who reported success saw some results within 1-3 weeks. The difference between Lugol’s and SSKI is that Lugol’s is just regular iodine and potassium iodide; it is not saturated. The SS in SSKI stands for “super saturated” so it contains far more iodine and potassium iodide per drop. For example, the strong version of Lugol’s is 5% and contains 2.5mg of iodine + 3.75mg of potassium iodide per drop. Tri Quench SSKI contains 19 mg of iodine and 6 mg of potassium iodide per drop.

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • How much DMSO should you use I took about 10 drops along with some other stuff for a cancer remedy to kill any cancer cells that might be there and I was very dizzy so I havent messed with it since. I would like to use your protocol to heal up some rectal issues/scarring

  • I have been on the half elemental diet for about 10 days now. I drink two shakes per day and the rest of the day I eat food that is in phase 1 or 11 of your book. Everyday about the same time late afternoon, I get bad gas and very smelly gas. My bowels seem to be a normal form and lots better. How do I stop that gas? Am I having a reaction to something? Thank you!

  • I made several suppositories and used it for two or three days in a row (the problem was I didn’t know the proper dose: how much should I use per one day?). The effects were quite miserable: no relief and probably even stronger inflammation (which I have been struggling with lately). I almost lost my faith in this method and didn’t continue for few days, but it is only today that I realized what could be the problem: because the suppositories were not solid enough to put them into the rectum, I decided to put them into the fridge for a while. But you write (above) that DMSO loses its ability to mix with other substances in such temperature. It seems, then, that I have been using something like pure DMSO on my tissues with some addition of SSKI and cocoa oil, the same as I would use them in an entirely separate way? Am I right? Could this be the problem and do you think I could damage my mucosal and hemorrhoids due to this mistake? Is it possible that now, using it in a proper way, it will eventually help (and, at least, not harm)?

    Regards,
    Herbert

    1. Hi Herbert,

      The standard dose is one suppository per day. At room temperature, the formula from the eBook should yield suppositories that are sufficiently solid for rectal application. If they did not solidify, putting them into the fridge for a short period of time before use is OK (and the ingredients shouldn’t separate) if you think the problem is temperature related or if that makes it easier for you to use them. Using too much DMSO would also not allow the suppositories to harden enough so you may want to double check your measurements as well. If all else fails, you can always try the liquid formula.

      We aren’t aware of any reason why your mucosa/hemorrhoids would be harmed as a result of the protocol and we haven’t received any feedback to that effect. We are interested to hear how it works out for you so you can reply back here or email us at service@listentoyourgut.com if you would like to share more progress or have more questions.

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Thank you for your response. To be exact, the suppositories were solid, but not enough, so they started to melt rapidly in contact with the body.

    I have no idea if the proportions I used were proper since I haven’t read the book and can’t afford to buy it in the nearest future (I’m not from the US, as you can expect from my English:)). I put something about 5 ml of DMSO, 5 ml of SSKI and ca. 60 ml of warm cocoa oil.
    I’m not sure if it makes harm, but it doesn’t feel very good, it doesn’t bring any sign of relief and rather seems to irritate than soothe the tissue (as I have already mentioned).

    1. Hi Herbert,

      Please forgive me if I’m wrong but it sounds like you may have been looking at the full kit price instead of the book when you visited our shoppe. We have the book available in eBook form for $4.95 USD at the link below and the full instructions can be downloaded immediately after your order has been placed:

      http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/jinis-healing-guide-natural-treatments-for-hemorrhoids-ebook-by-jini-patel-thompson/

      Also, if you are sourcing the products locally, you’ll want to make sure that you are using pure DMSO with no additives (fragrance, etc).

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Hi Herbert, I want to add to Justin’s comment and caution you to not put the suppositories in the fridge for longer than 5 minutes. But, as directed in the eBook, you may need to leave them for 12-24 hours at room temperature to harden sufficiently. If you live somewhere where your room temp. is really warm, then try to find the coolest spot, or maybe turn a fan on.

    Also, initially, the formula can feel a bit harsh on the tissue – hence you only use it once per day. If your tissue is extra sensitive, then slow it down, and use one every 2nd day (or 3rd day) and in between use castor oil, or comfrey to soothe the tissue. Hope that helps.

  • After a week or so, I can tell the formula doesn’t seem to help me whatsoever. There’s no bleeding, at least, but it had already ceased anyway. I will keep trying for the next week or so, but my expectations are no longer close to optimistic and the surgery is becoming more and more inevitable.

  • Hi Herbert,

    Thanks for checking in. Are you using the specific formula from the eBook? We’d love to hear how it works out for you after another week.

    Kind regards,
    Justin
    Customer Care

  • Yes, I have bought the book (not much more information than on this site, though). Sometimes I take even higher doses (impatience…), putting into the rectum 1-2 droppers, more SSKI, more DMSO, sometimes with aloe juice, sometimes just distilled water (I try to avoid oil, not to make the area to moisty – covered with oil piles and tissue are more prone to prolapsing) — no effects, neither good nor even negative (as one could suppose from such doses)… I don’t know, maybe SSKI kept in a small white glass jar (didn’t have amber glass), however in a dark cupboard, loses its properties?

    I will keep using the formula (in my freely modified version), but I am nowhere near the original enthusiasm any more.

  • Hi,

    I could’t find customer reviews for HemorrHeal on the “Testimonials” page. What is the success rate for internal/external hemorrhoids using HemorrHeal then?

    I don’t want to try surgery and want to heal these naturally. Please advise what I can expect from HemorrHeal.

    1. Hi Sid,

      Thank you for the interest and question. There are a few reviews in the testimonials about the hemorrheal, just not all of them use that phase. If you search “hemo” on this link you can see some that talk about success with it for hemorrhoids: http://www.listentoyourgut.com/testimonials/18/other-ebooks.html

      You can see the different products and kits for it here: http://shoppe.listentoyourgut.com/shop-by-hemorrheal

      If you have anymore questions please let us know.

      Kind Regards,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

  • Hi Jini

    Thank you for the video on your method for making thin suppositories. I have made some bullet shaped ones before with coconut oil and was not very happy with the results.
    Your excellent tips, and using cocoa butter makes it much more simple and easy to do. Your advice as always is clearly presented and covers all those little concerns that frustrate a person when undertaking a new task for the first time. I feel much more confident to make some up for myself now.

    Thanks very much

  • Very interesting article on DMSO – it’s indeed amazing!

    What has helped me heal my internal hemorrhoids naturally was home made suppositories out of coconut oil and pressed garlic. I documented all steps here: https://hemorrhoids-home-remedy.com/

    I hope this helps someone. Thank you for your sharing your knowledge, Jini!

  • hello

    what about multiple urethral strictures,do you have some protocols ?

    if no pls recommend me one of your protocols which is much closer to this.

    thanks

    1. Hello Nutu,

      Unfortunately, we do not have experience on a protocol for a urethral stricture. Also, as we are not medical professionals we are unable to comment on a protocol that would be safe for that condition. We would recommend consulting your doctor concerning that. If you do decide to try our formula for strictures for that condition we would love to hear how it works out for you.

      Kind Regards,
      Rachel
      Customer Care

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