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119. Hemorrhoids: 4 Causes and How the MIR-Method Can Help — 5 Comments

  1. I am a colon hydrotherapist. Chronic constipation over several years not only can result in hemorrhoids, it can persist no matter what the person tries to do to fix it. Of course, stress is the biggest constipator, which must be addressed for true relief of weak digestive forces. If the diet isn’t mostly vegetables and fruits over one’s lifetime, the bowel musculature gets weaker and weaker, increasing time spent constipated, and the likelihood that hemorrhoids will develop, or persist and worsen if already present. I help clients see that atrophy of intestinal musculature from chronic congestion is common, and reversal will likely happen only when the waste is softened, loosened and eliminated with an internal water bath. This gentle infusion of water gently stimulates the colon musculature so that its tone can return and if pure water and high fiber, mostly vegetable diet in maintained, colon health returns and hemorrhoids can begin to heal. The longer a person has had inadequate daily eliminations, the longer it can take to restore lost muscle tone of entire large intestine. Failure to make changes will perpetuate sluggish circulation of blood and lymph, precursor to most dis-ease. The MIR method supports all of this, but water to wash away stagnant, putrid, dis-ease causing toxins will expedite the process.

  2. My hemorroids have also disappeared . My health is much better by doing the MIR-Method every day.
    Thank you and God Bless you Mireille

    • Beste Millie,
      Wow, how wonderful! I am SO happy for you!! Please let me know more about what you noticed regarding your health. Wishing you lots of luck!!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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