Effective Treatment for Fissures | Anal Fissure Healing Protocol
"I just wanted to let you know that I used your anal fissure healing method to deal with my anal fissure and hemorrhoids. It worked perfectly and much faster than I expected. I am pain-free for the first time in years! Wow, I can't believe something so simple like an enema along with some essential oils could be so powerful. I am overjoyed. I also just wanted to thank God for my healing and using you and your wisdom as an instrument of healing. Thank you so much for what you do!
Also, I am presently still doing daily enemas just to make sure of my healing. Part of my problem I have discovered is that it is not just the physical stress of hard stools that causes the fissure to "flare up" but also the chemical action of having a perpetually "poopy" butt. I have an underlying issue of a narrow "high-tension" sphincter muscle which makes it very hard to make a totally clean elimination and so I end up secreting more poop throughout the day and it aggravates the fissure chemically and causes itching and bleeding.
I have found that a daily enema is the only way I can have a totally clean elimination at this point and thus be free from anal fissure pain. I am fine with just doing an enema every day after dinner. I find that a high-volume enema every day gives me more energy and helps me sleep better. Thanks again of your help! God bless you and all you do!"
The Optimal Health Network has worked to assist many people to overcome their anal fissures. Given that we know just how painful anal fissures can be, we want you to begin healing as quickly as possible. This
anal fissure treatment program works. You will see the first results within 3 to 7 days, and significant healing within a month. If you continue with the healing program, you will see a complete healing from your anal fissures.
Anal fissures are tears in the anal canal, usually caused by overstretching the anus. Anal fissures can also be caused by irritable bowel,
Candida albicans, chronic diarrhea, hemorrhoids, or any other biochemical imbalance that leaves the anus inflamed. Fissures occur in both men and women and at all ages. The prime symptom of an anal fissure is pain, which is often extreme. This pain occurs during, and for minutes to hours after, defecation. Bright red blood is also a common symptom of anal fissures.
Many people find it hard to heal from anal fissures and are faced with surgery.
In my professional experience, I have found that anal fissures can always heal without surgery. By following a meticulous regimen of bowel habits and dietary changes, you can heal. Unfortunately, the common advice involving high-fiber diets, fiber supplements, stool softeners, medicated creams, and plenty of fluids does not always work, leaving many people feeling hopeless and opting for needless surgery. Surgery for anal fissures does NOT address the cause of the anal fissure. In addition, when you cut into a portion of the internal anal sphincter, you are likely to diminish your ability to control your bowel movements as you age.
Kristina's Ten Days to Optimal Health Program
Here at the Optimal Health Network, we offer lifestyle support that will help you to increase your awareness of what your body needs in order to remain healthy. We do this by asking you to live differently for ten days at a time. After this ten-day period, some healing has occurred, and you are inspired to continue your treatment for fissures for another ten days. By tackling this program ten days at a time, you are provided with the tools to build a healthy relationship with your body and achieve your desired level of health. What causes you to feel great? What environmental stimuli cause you to feel sick, bleed, or be in pain? Why are you unable to sit in a chair? Why do you feel like surgery is your only option? With this program, you don't feel overwhelmed because you see it working for you. Your pain is diminishing. Laid out in my book,
Ten Days to Optimal Health, this 35-day program consists of a series of wellness activities that can be completed in the privacy of your home or with the help of a colon hydrotherapist.
BUY KRISTINA'S BOOK, TEN DAYS TO OPTIMAL HEALTH
How to Cure Anal Fissures
1. Dietary Support Treatment for Fissures
Maintaining daily regularity, maximizing tissue support, and minimizing anal stretching are the optimal conditions for curing your fissure issues. For these reasons, we recommend the following supplements:
MSM is a metabolite of DMSO and is a naturally occurring source of sulfur. MSM is a safe and naturally effective solution for inflammatory conditions and for healing tissues. Most people notice a distinct healing of their anus within a day or two of taking MSM orally. — BUY MSM
Super Salve is the most effective salve that we have used to treat and eliminate anal fissures. It nourishes and heals the tissues of the anus and works as an antioxidant. In addition, it is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and fights free radicals.
Use this salve
multiple times per day on the anus.
(INGREDIENTS: olive oil, organic chaparral leaf, organic comfrey leaf, organic echinacea flower, organic hops, organic usnea moss, organic bee's wax, cocoa butter, vitamin E and almond oils, and essential oils of cajuput, lemon grass, lemon, lavender, and tea tree.) — BUY SUPER SALVE
Reacted Magnesium is a form of magnesium which promotes soft, type 4 stools, optimizing the functioning of the colon to end any irritation to the anus. — BUY REACTED MAGNESIUM
2. Colon Cleansing Treatment for Fissures
Given that poor healing of anal fissures is due to stretching and irritation of the anus by the pressure and contents of the stool, colon cleansing is a tremendous healing modality. By clearing out the entire colon using enemas during the first days, weeks, and maybe months, you will increase the speed of your healing and secure the tender anal area from tearing again. The information you need to do the colon cleansing is detailed in my book,
Ten Days to Optimal Health. However, many people who have used this protocol for healing from anal fissures have worked with me over the phone or in person in order to optimize their program to fit them personally. For example, in the first days of anal fissure treatment, most people will need to take a daily enema in order to give the rectal area a break from defecation to allow the anal area to heal.
Throughout history people have used enemas as a tool to cleanse the colon. As a health practitioner, I see daily that enemas are an excellent way to heal anal fissures. Given the number of colon cleansing sessions needed to heal from anal fissures, enemas are the most effective and economical option. Enemas are safe when used properly. Enemas allow healing to the anal area.
How to Take an Enema
This video details how a new enema user can easily and effectively use an enema bag to clear out the entire length of the colon, an effective treatment for curing fissures. Kristina and a female model demonstrate how to set up and use an enema bag, how to prepare the enema solution, how to use an enema tubing clamp, how to lubricate and insert the enema nozzle and how to easily take two quarts of enema solution to fully clear out the entire colon.
3. Using Essential Oils to Heal Anal Fissures
Anal Fissure Healing Suppository Kit includes a suppository tray, coconut oil, and a special blend of healing oils: Roman Chamomile, Lavender, Myrrh, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Cypress, and Tea Tree. This blend of oils is very effective in regenerating the skin, restoring elasticity, preventing infection, and reducing bleeding and inflammation. — BUY ANAL FISSURE HEALING SUPPOSITORY KIT
How to Make Essential Oil Suppositories
At the Optimal Health Center, we have had the blessing of helping people heal from very difficult anal fissures, with surgery looming, using a special blend of essential oils: Roman Chamomile, Lavender, Myrrh, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Cypress, and Tea Tree. This essential oil blend, used in a nightly suppository, is very effective in regenerating the anal skin, restoring elasticity,
preventing infection and reducing bleeding and inflammation and eliminating the need for surgery. And, most importantly, fully healing