*Individual Results May Vary
Hi everybody, this is my 2nd cleanse with the Dr Floras Colon Cleanse. I learned a lot my first time around and this time I’m going to document and share my knowledge from the first time and some things I discovered this second time around.
I’m 35 years and in pretty good shape. I work out a couple times per week and try to eat healthy. I eat out about once per week for dinner at a restaurant with my girlfriend, and I eat fast food for lunch maybe once a week as well, usually Burger King. So overall I eat pretty healthy. My job consists of me sitting on my butt for 10 hours per day, so other than my twice a week workout, I don’t do a lot of moving around. Luckily for me, I have a pretty fast metabolism, so at 6’3 at 225 pounds, I am not that overweight.
OK, so I tried Dr Floras Colon Cleanse the first time and had amazing results. I am a firm believer that if you can’t see the results, then the product isn’t working for you. With Dr Floras, you SEE the results in a big way! To put it bluntly, you SEE the results in the toilet. You’ll SEE what I am talking about shortly.
What you’re about to read is my 15 day cleanse with the Dr Floras Colon Cleanse, and then I followed it up with the Dr Floras Body Defense and finally with the Dr Floras Pre-Biotic. The whole process was done in under a month.
The images are from the first 15 days of my second cleanse. I didn’t keep a log of my 1st cleanse since I had never planned to share my results, and to be quite honest, I didn’t think it was going to work all that well and was completely caught off guard by the spectacular results.
OK, let me recount those 15 days.
I must say that one thing that I feel is very important is to stay hydrated. This means mixing a scoop of Dr Floras Colon Cleanse into water or your favorite drink, downing it, and then immediately following it up with another 10 oz glass of water.
If you don’t hydrate by drinking enough water, you may get constipated, and this is not what you want. Remember that Dr Floras Colon Cleanse is going to be scraping out old waste that has been stuck in your body for months, or longer, and this is going to make your stool thicker, as I have noticed that this fecal matter that is scraped out is dense and rather dry.
So do yourself a favor and drink plenty of water. My rule of thumb is to drink a 8 oz glass of water for every 20 pounds of body weight, per day. So if you weigh 160 pounds, you should drink 8 glasses of water per day, minimum. And this is on top of the Dr Floras Colon Cleanse drinks you are taking each day. If you’re not peeing clear each time you go to the bathroom, you’re probably not drinking enough.
Today I started my cleanse. I immediately started with 3 servings per day, as I know that works well for me.
Everything is still pretty normal, as is expected. I noticed at night that one of my stools was fluffy, so it’s starting to take effect already.
I have a handful of friends that also love Dr Floras Colon Cleanse, and one of the questions I have been asked a lot is which drink I use to mix the cleansing powder into. I’ve tried them all and I just follow protocol and mix it with water, stir well, and drink. It doesn’t really taste like much, so it’s no big deal for me.
If you have issues with just using water and need to use something with flavor, then apple juice would be my first choice. However, I have found that I get better results when I just use half a glass of apple juice and fill the rest of the glass with water. This dilutes the apple juice to where it still tastes good, but I feel the closer you can get to just using water, the better the results. At least that has been the case with me.
My second favorite drink to use is Cranberry juice. I will do this maybe once per week and do the apple juice another time per week, and just use water the rest of the time. My outlook on this is that I am doing this for my health and not for my pleasure, so I can just down the glass of water and cleansing formula in 5 seconds and be done with it, instead of trying to make something delicious. Do what you have to do so that you can drink it.
Let me start off by telling you a story that I was reminded of today. You can’t pre-mix this and bring it with you to work. I did this and found out later in the day when I was going to use it that the liquid had gel’d up. It turned into somewhat of a jello consistency. It can be hard trying to drink jello!
So the key here is to follow the directions and put a scoop of the Dr Floras Colon Cleanse into the water, stir it for 20 to 30 seconds, or until it is all mixed in, and then down it quickly before it gels up too much and then immediately follow it with another glass of water. This second glass of water is important. Without it, you are likely to get constipated.
Here’s an example. Imagine a pipe that has a bunch of dry mud caked on the insides of it, to the point where you almost can’t see through the pipe if you held it up to your eye. If you run a little bit of water through it, the dry mud will become wet mud and sludge up the whole thing. If you run a lot of water through it, you’ll just have dirty water, but all the water will run through it carrying out all the dry mud. That’s how this cleanse works in your colon, so drink lots of fluids!
I increased my dosage to four times per day. Once upon wakening, once after lunch, once before dinner, and then once before going to bed.
My bowel movements seem mostly normal with the exception that they are now floating and fluffy.
Today I passed my first mucoid plaque since being on my second cleanse. I never seem to get used to the strange looking shapes and colors that come while on the cleanse. My first time, most of them were of a greenish tint. This time, my first one is brown.
This looks like some kind of goose liver!
Oh, this bring me to a very important point which I was reminded about when I read a post about somebody saying they weren’t seeing these crazy mucoid plaque results as others have seen. Here’s a little story:
During my first cleanse, I started noticing strange looking stools about 5 days into the program. But they didn’t look anything like the photos I had been seeing of mucoid plaque. So out of curiosity, I grabbed a pen and started poking at one of the stranger looking ones. I noticed then that the stool seemed to unravel or uncoil to reveal itself as the same type of thing others had been posting about. I was shocked and happy that I had mucoid plaque being pushed out of my body.
So my point is this — If you see a stool that is floating and it looks somewhat strange but you’re not sure if it is mucoid plaque or not, grab a pen or a plastic utensil, or a chopstick or something, and try picking it up out of the water to see if it uncoils for you. You’ll know right away!
Another very nasty looking Mucoid Plaque has been passed today. Take a look at this beast — it looks like the intestines pulled out of some small animal that has been run over.
I’m still amazed at the shape of these things. This old fecal matter is being scraped out and its fabulously disgusting. Little ropey intestine looking things is what they look like.
No Mucoid Plaque today.
I’ve been asked how I schedule my meals around taking Dr Floras Colon Cleanse. This is a pretty easy thing for me. I simply do not eat anything 2 hours before or after I take Dr Floras. So for example, here’s a typical meal schedule for the day:
1pm — Lunch
3pm — Dr Floras shake
6pm — Dinner
10pm — Dr Floras shake and then sleep
This schedule keeps me from being hungry and allows me to get 4 servings per day in. If you’re only doing 3 servings per day, make sure you do one right when you wake up and one right before you go to sleep, as those are the two most important ones in my opinion, and you can do the 3rd one at any time during the day in between those.
The one right before bed is important since the body’s metabolic rate slows down during this time, so your digestive system also slows down. I find that the shake I take right before bed does the most benefit and gets more gunk out than the other shakes. Think of it like soaking your car for a longer period of time with soap and water before you actually start washing it.
Today I passed the longest mucoid plaque ever. I was going to take a photo, but it snapped as I pulled it out of the water. It was just too slimy and soft to hold its weight, even with gloves. I swear it must have been 2 feet long! About 4 hours later, I went to the bathroom and out came this little bugger.
Ah, here’s an interesting discovery. For me, the mucoid plaque comes out rather dry, and it will be fibrous at times due to the extra fiber intake from the shakes. Because of this combination, they become spongy and will absorb water from your toilet if left sitting. So if you plan on picking it up with a pen or utensil of some kind so that you can photograph it, you’ll want to do so as quickly as possible, otherwise it will absorb the water, get heavy, and then it will break or snap on you as you try to lift it out. Gross yes. But learn from somebody who has tried photographing these. I have since realized it is just easier to put on some gloves and pick it up, this way I can support it with my fingers to get a better photo.
My energy levels are way up. I feel absolutely awesome.
No mucoid plaque today.
Just before going to bed, I had the urge to hit the bathroom and this lovely masterpiece was purged from my body. This one is particularly strange looking compared to others I have seen:
This looks like something out of a horror movie!
I saw an infomercial today on another popular colon cleanse product. A quick Google on the product name shows that there are hundreds, perhaps thousands of people filing complaints with that company. I feel bad that there are companies out there that will take advantage of their customers or try to sell them crappy products — pun not intended.
I can’t stress enough how well Dr Floras product have worked for me and others I have referred to the product.
No Mucoid Plaque today, although I did have 3 bowel movements. I notice I am in and out of the bathroom in about a minute or two tops. I used to have to sit on the toilet for 5 to 10 minutes to feel like I was totally done.
I tried mixing Dr Floras Colon Cleanse with orange juice today just to mix it up. It was pretty good, like drinking OJ with super pulp. So give that a try as well.
I have family flying into town tomorrow night, so I have to cut this program short as I will be unable to maintain a decent schedule. So today is my last day of taking Dr Floras Colon Cleanse.
Even though I didn’t take any Dr Floras Colon Cleanse, I passed two Mucoid plaques this afternoon and in the evening.
Conclusion: I stopped 2 days earlier than I would have liked, but as expected, I had fantastic results this second time around. I’m going to start another cleanse in 2 weeks since I feel there’s a lot more in there to be cleansed.
In fact, many of us taking Dr Floras Colon Cleanse have agreed that if you’re still passing Mucoid Plaque when you finish your cleanse, you can run a subsequent cleanse back to back, or wait 2 to 4 weeks and then repeat the process.
Can people make this part of their daily routine? Will it get too expensive? I thought that at first, especially after the first initial sticker shock of ordering all the products. But I did the math — even if I never got off Dr Floras Colon Cleanse and used it every day, it would only cost me about $3 per day. I was paying more than that for my coffee each morning. I actually stopped drinking my favorite ‘Bucks coffee since I don’t feel it’s that healthy for me, so guess where that daily savings is going to be spent?
Take care & good luck!