Restoring Short Chain Fatty Acids with a Micro Enema
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  • Healthy Microbiome Support
  • Supports Good Colon pH
  • Short Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs)

Restoring Short Chain Fatty Acids with a Micro Enema


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Phylamet micro enema supports good colon pH and microbiome health.

Supplementing with Short Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs) supports a healthy microbiome.

A healthy microbiome has 11 times more Gram-positive than Gram–negative bacteria. With age this changes to 2 times more Gram–negative than Gram-positive with disastrous effects.

SCFAs may support a proper ratio between Gram-positive and Gram–negative bacteria.

Proprietary Blend: acetic acid, propionic acid, butyric acid, lactic acid, sodium bicarbonate and purified water.

Directions for Use

In order for good bacteria to be able to kill or suppress bad bacteria, stool pH must be 6.8 or below (6.5 optimal). Use pH paper to test your stool pH.

Press the paper to a damp part of the stool. If the stool is dry, split the stool and sample from the center. If feces sticks to the paper, brush it off with paper towel. Paper must show dampness to read. Choose the darkest color that appears and check against color code. Dark blue is 8 or more.

  1. Check stool pH with 6-8 pH paper (0.2 increments).
  2. If the pH is above 6.6, continue using Phylamet.
  3. Pour the entire Phylamet bottle into a blender.
  4. Increase blender speed to high.
  5. Very slowly add 1 tablespoon of locust bean gum (you will have to purchase this separately, we don’t sell it).
  6. If using a glass syringe, lightly oil the plunger before assembling.
  7. Once blended, place on stove with low heat until simmering.
  8. Once simmering,  put in mason jar, seal and refrigerate.
  9. Once cooled, it’s ready to use.

Pull 20 ml into enema syringe, remove the air from the syringe, lubricate the tip and take rectally.

  1. After injecting, lie down with your hips elevated.
  2. After 3 minutes, lie on your left side.
  3. After another 3 minutes, turn onto your back again, with hips elevated.

Do this once a day until stool pH goes to 6.5 or lower.

Once pH reaches 6.5 or lower, find minimum frequency that maintains proper stool pH.

Proper stool pH does not guarantee proper SCFA levels so once your stool pH is correct, if Phylamet still makes you feel better, you may wish to continue as needed.

Don’t be alarmed if you see worms in your stool. IF you see worms, consider our parasite protocol.

If pH does not shift to below 6.5 try this Stool Acidifying Protocol:

To lower stool pH several things must take place.

  1. Transit time must be 1 day. Measure this by taking 1 tablespoon of liquid chlorophyl and see how long it takes for stool to turn green. Red Beets are also a good color marker. Slow transit time is improved by less time sitting and more time walking.
  2. Fiber must be in the diet. Consider 1 cup of beans per day and 1-2 capsules of Panaceum per meal.
  3. The distal colon can’t be making ammonia. This is indicated by very high pH. Usually over 7.2. To lower stool ammonia and pH, lower meat consumption (at least temporarily) and use Phylamet up to 60 ml, but if you get sore kidneys, that is too strong for you.
  4.  Low lactic acid. Consider using Lactimet
  5. Low SCFAs, consider supplementing with Lactobacillus bifidus.

Drink 2 glasses of water before using.
You must be hydrated when using Phylamet. 

Recommended Use

Supports a healthy microbiome. Comfortable and thorough digestion enables overall well being with less or no pain.

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