“All Disease Begins in The Gut.”
Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) is an FDA approved procedure in which fecal matter, or stool, is collected from a tested donor, mixed with a saline or other solution, strained, and placed in a patient, by colonoscopy, endoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, or enema. The purpose of fecal transplant is to replace good bacteria that has been killed or suppressed, usually by the use of antibiotics, causing bad bacteria, specifically Clostridium difficile, or C. diff., to over-populate the colon. These types of transplants can be performed at-home with with right medical supplies, which can be easily obtained from your local medical supply store. Source: http://thefecaltransplantfoundation.org/what-is-fecal-transplant/
Tinctures and Oils
Tinctures made of animal dung are common throughout the world for use as both purfume and a medicinal aid. Tinctures are a great, portable way to medicate sublingually. Tinctures can also be cooked with or added to drinks. Tinctures can be made with carrier liquids such as alcohol or glycerin. Glycerin makes feces move through the system easier, and doesn't come without the added effects of alcohol based tinctures.
Ginger, peppermint, and rosemary oils have all proven to be great for alleviating symptoms of constipation. Specially blended oils that contain herbs and feces have additional health benefits that doctors are just beginning to explore.
Health and Beauty
Men and women all over world are using feces as a health and beauty aid.
With the right blend of ingredients, feces salves can serve as a conditioner and moisturizer for dry skin and hair; a healing salve for irritated skin; and can rejuvenate damaged skin.
By applying a specially blended formula of feces and other herbs topically to the skin and hair, wounds, rashes, and other skin irritations can be healed up to 3 times faster than conventional medicine or over the counter treatments can offer.
Broths and soups
There is little more soothing to an ailing body than a hearty bone broth or a good homemade soup. Chock-full of vitamins and nutrients, these superfoods get us on the road to recovery faster than any conventional medicine.
In 4th century China, stomach ailments were cured with a soup made of feces. In modern times, we are re-learning that this valuable ancient medicine has more uses than we ever imagined.