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Bowel Incontinence


Bowel incontinence is an inability to control bowel movements, resulting in involuntary soiling. It’s also sometimes known as fecal incontinence.

The experience of bowel incontinence can vary from person to person. Some people feel a sudden need to go to the toilet but are unable to reach the toilet in time. This is known as urge bowel incontinence.

Other people experience no sensation before soiling themselves, known as passive incontinence or passive soiling, or there might be slight soiling when passing wind.

Some people experience incontinence daily, whereas for others it only happens from time to time.


Bowel incontinence is a symptom of an underlying problem or medical condition.

Many cases are caused by diarrhoea, constipation, or weakening of the muscle that controls the opening of the anus.

It can also be caused by long-term conditions such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis and dementia.




Drink 1 capsule, once a day, of the Gut Cleanse Blend.

Once a day, insert Frankincense/Myrrh Blend anally (same as a suppository), squirt half a pipette full (0.4ml) into the rectum, contract your anal muscles for 60 seconds, to allow the oil to absorb (remain to lie down for a few minutes for proper absorption). Absorption by the rectum’s blood vessels flows into the body’s circulatory system, which distributes to the body’s organs and bodily systems.  Wash the pipette properly after each use before closing the bottle.

For diarrhoea, drink 2 capsules of Diatoms, once a day.

For constipation, drink 2 capsules of the Gut Cleanse Blend per day and stop with the Diatoms.

Use bone broth and collagen to help support gut health.

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