From yoni to belly! I’m excited. Very very excited. For the last week I’ve been drinking homemade Cocobiotic. It’s a potent candida-gobbling probiotic drink. I’ve taken numerous probiotics of the years, and with the exception of ThreeLac, have never felt or witnessed any benefits. And ThreeLac, for maximum results needed dietary restrictions. This is different.
Based on the original, sold by Donna Gates @ Body Ecology, our local brew was made by my friend Eric & gifted to Alchemy. With unlimited young coconuts in Bali, like loaves and fishes, it’s the gift that keeps on giving!
To start a new batch, pour 200ml of mature drink into a [preferably glass] bottle. Fill with coconut water. Loosely tighten cap or cork. It takes from 12-24 hours in this climate – you know it’s ready when it’s fizzy. And it can taste sulfurous too – this is a good thing. So buy a bottle from Body Ecology, or Alchemy as your starter, or find probiotics and make you own.
Initial side effects may be gas, bloating & loose stools. This means it’s working – this too shall pass. It’s worth it. Colonics help, but then you know that..
Ok, so why am I excited? Because people with candida, excema, psoriasis, gut disbiosis etc who aren’t able, for whatever reason to tackle their body ecology old styley, can drink this & feel & see immediate results: diminished cravings, reduced bloating [after the initial phase], skin clearing up, thrush disappearing – etc etc. Already my body feels better than it has in years – despite the horrid humidity, which suits me so poorly.
So Eric, being the scientist, had some Saccharomyces boulardii with him. But they weren’t proving potent. After a little research, he combined 1 capsule in fresh coconut water with 1 capsule of Lacto5 which we stock at Alchemy, and the rest is history.
Cocobiotic contains: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus delbreukii, Saccharomyces boulardii, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Lacto5 contains: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bacillus subtillis, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium longum, Streptococcus thermophilus
Which is all Greek to me! And check this – it’s the first time I’ve seen any company link bowel health with skin health. Bring it