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Deksman2
June 26th, 2012, 08:45 AM
Anyone ever tried to clean a clove of garlic (until you reached its skin) and gently insert it into the anus before bedtime?

I read a few intriguing notions about this method.
http://www.livestrong.com/article/354214-how-to-use-garlic-for-hemorrhoids/
http://garlicmedicine.designextreme.com/method/

I know the websites are not exactly 'official' (orthodox approved) but I have to say, I tried it myself after reading upon some other people's experiences and seems to work.
I had an issue with anal warts (internally - nothing serious, a few minor ones here and there, seemed to come and go depending on my immune system strength or if I picked and removed them manually - yeah, this causes some bleeding and not exactly recommended), so I followed the instructions (inserted a cleaned clove of garlic into rectum before bed) and I gotta say that my internal warts are seemingly gone.
I tried wiggling a finger to see if I can feel them (I could always feel one or two at least - they weren't a big problem, but they appeared every once in a while) and there was nothing - I also noticed that the entry canal is 'smoother' (which also correlated with my experience after scratching the warts off manually and letting the area heal - it was no easy task though to do it manually).

It would appear that some women also use this method by inserting the clove into their vagina's to treat various infections (yeast, etc.).

By inserting the clove into the rectum though, the body absorbs it and until you have to go to the toilet the next day, it releases all of its goodies (working its way from the ground up - which seems to be a more direct and effective method than from top-down).

Granted, the only after-effect is that your bowel movements might smell of garlic a bit more (I personally like the smell of garlic - though it can be a bit of an issue in social situations if your body is saturated with it and it oozes out - this is rarely the case with me though when eating raw garlic only), but this should clear up on its own quite fast (about 24 hours after you expel the clove).

Anyway, the clove came out on its own when I had my next bowel movement.

Seems to be an effective solution actually.

Since Garlic is a natural antibiotic, has anti-fungal/viral/microbial properties, its really no surprise that this would be useful.

I also read that this method was used a long time ago (the Egyptians perhaps - though I could easily be wrong) who made their slaves stronger using garlic, and of course the rectum suppository method to keep them healthy - cannot find a specific link right now (have to pay a bit more attention to that).

I usually consume about 3 cloves of raw/smashed garlic every other day.
If I feel I might have an infection of some kind (which practically never happens), then I basically make sure to eat 3 cloves of raw garlic daily for about 7 to 10 days in a row (I think 10 days is the recommended time frame).
I think 3 raw smashed cloves is a needed amount to get the beneficial effects from oral consumption.

This can be useful in other applications such as those who might have HPV or Herpes on the penis (or vagina).

Note: people who had issues with bleeding anal warts tried this method and while it worked for the most part, there was some discomfort in terms of burning sensation (though they all stated that the burning lasts for 10 mins and afterwards everything is ok).

In case of potential rectal problems, its recommended to insert one clove, and then another after you had your bowel movement and expelled the first one (so basically the following day, or a day later - if that is when your first bowel movement comes).

Eating 3 cloves of raw and smashed garlic per day (10 days in a row - at least until you get better from whatever it is that might plague you, after which you can ease off) in combo with say half of onion, Coconut (or extra virgin coconut oil - both of which contain decent amount of Lauric Acid) and of course probiotics (containing Lactobacillus Acidophilus) would seem to be ideal for those who suffer from immune problems.

agv
June 26th, 2012, 11:59 AM
Oww a bit too late for me..got my warts surgically removed 2 weeks ago and now I'm living post-op hell :(

So..garlic..It sounds funny I must say :D Sounds like something taken from a low quality extravagant porn movie lol. But I will try it nonetheless if the warts come back again.The surgery is so painful.

Deksman2
June 26th, 2012, 08:06 PM
Oww a bit too late for me..got my warts surgically removed 2 weeks ago and now I'm living post-op hell :(

So..garlic..It sounds funny I must say :D Sounds like something taken from a low quality extravagant porn movie lol. But I will try it nonetheless if the warts come back again.The surgery is so painful.

You could try it regardless when your area regenerates.
It could help out in the long run and prevent possible recurrences of warts.
I'd use it 3 days in a row (as a suppository of course in the rectum) or at the very least until the problem goes away.

As strange as it may sound, women with STD issues used it in their vaginas and rectum (as did men... in their rectums :D).
Given garlic's properties, it is really no wonder it was able to create such a good effect.

I also noticed it did something else.
I had some reddish small dots on my skin - nothing serious, looked like dry skin really.
After about 8 days of eating 3 smashed cloves per day (and of course 3 days of using garlic in the rectum as a suppository), the reddish area is practically gone (I can barely see it).

Oh ... for those who might have issues with 'athlete's foot' (I know I do and have yet to try this):
I've read it might be beneficial to take about 7 cloves of garlic, smash them into tiny pieces and mix with water.
Use the solution to put your feet in. It should alleviate the issue of that fungi off your foot.
As I said, I have yet to try it, but I think I will in the coming few days as my athlete's foot is annoying (I also run a lot).
:-)