Diarrhea is not the most pleasant topic to read about, but sooner or later, it is an issue that everyone is forced to take an interest in. We have all been there, and none of us want to return. This gentle anti-diarrhea formula works impressively well. The ingredients may be surprising; because in a homeopathic sense, they normally have the opposite effect. We understand how the ingredients manage to fix the problem; but frankly, most readers do not want the details. The important thing is that it works very well. In the worst cases, it can take up to 2 hours for it to fully activate, so there may be one or two final trips to the restroom. When it does activate, it works better than anything else, and it is unlikely to be needed again for the remainder of the illness.

The Formula

  • 8 ounce glass of orange juice (needed for potassium)
  • One heaping tablespoon of hemp fiber
  • 10 drops of concentrated chlorophyll
  • 2 opened licorice capsules (900 mg.)
  • 1 tablespoon of finely ground activated carbon
  • 2 opened ginger supplement capsules (1000 mg. / 1 gram)

Optional: Several tablespoons of colloidal silver may be added to kill problematic bacteria.

Creating this formula may be more work than typical remedies, but it is both safer and more effective than other diarrhea treatments. In most cases, a single use of this drink will end the issue completely, and leave the person feeling significantly better than before. It works best on an empty stomach.

We would like to warn readers that they should obtain the ingredients beforehand (like now), because it is too late to go shopping when diarrhea strikes, and it has a tendency to happen at the worst times, like in the middle of the night.


Related Articles

Recovering from Common Colds and the Flu

Making and Using Genuine Colloidal Silver

Quick Tip: How To Eliminate A Sore Throat

Quick Tip: Eliminating Coughing and Lung Inflammation

Why You Should Supplement With Hemp and Affirm Your Rights

You Should Consider Chlorophyll Supplementation

Essential First Aid Item: Activated Carbon

Why You Should Use Apple Cider Vinegar Instead of Antacids and Baking Soda for Indigestion

Quick Tip: Morning Nausea

Medical Mind Games and Proving Ginger Is Therapeutic


Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief)
# Thomas Corriher (Editor-in-Chief) 2013-05-03 16:09
This is the one report that nobody comments on. I suppose that there is not anyone who wishes to share his war stories about this topic with the public. Who would have thought?
Reply | Reply with quote | Quote
Monique Kent 2
# Thank you!Monique Kent 2 2018-03-24 11:39
Dear Thomas,

Hello from South Africa! I'm a huge fan of your website. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for this article; my husband had been suffering for a week with what seemed like food poisoning and the accompanying cramps, diarrhea. Despite his natural remedies and others such as slippery elm, yarrow tea etc. his issues only subsided after I made him this concoction, (except there is still blood in his stool - suggestions?). I followed your recipe to the tee and gave him the black drink. You're an absolute lifesaver - thank you for sharing this.
Reply | Reply with quote | Quote
Marie Barck
# War storyMarie Barck 2013-11-17 13:38
Thought I just had a little indigestion/nausea so I drank some apple cider vinegar, which helped me burp and feel a bit better, but what followed, you can guess. Thankfully this drink works like magic AND even though it looks a little weird; being pitch black and all, it tastes really good!
I only had activated charcoal capsules on hand and it took about 12 of them to make 1 Tbsp. (kinda of a messy pain to uncap them when you feel like...you know).
I didn't have hemp fiber so I had to substitute with whole psyllium husk. Also added the optional C.S. Started feeling better quickly, and well within 2-3 hours. Don't be alarmed later, black in will most likely mean black out. But you will feel sooo much better!
Reply | Reply with quote | Quote

Add comment

The Claimer: The information provided herein is intended to be a truthful and corrective alternative to the advice that is provided by physicians and other medical professionals. It is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, and prevent disease.