Have you ever had a poop that was so good that you wanted to tell someone about it?

Okay, maybe you didn’t really want to talk about it, but can you relate to the feeling of floating off the toilet with glee after the most epic bowel movement?

I’m guessing you’re either laughing right now because you know exactly what I mean (and now you know someone else gets jazzed about good poops too) or you’re about to pack it in and quit reading.

Oh wait… maybe you’re intrigued!?!

Either way, read on if you’re in search of the epic poop (again or for the first time).

I honestly love the light and free feeling I get after the “euphoric poop”. Yes, that’s what I’ve termed it, because that’s what it feels like to me.

Sometimes, when my diet is spot on and I’m eating perfectly balanced meals of fiber from loads of complex carbs, good quality protein and the right amount of good fats, my poops get me singing regularly.

Other times, I need some help. The most direct way to get my bowels moving regularly (and that makes me want to dance) is by using my tried and true Sludge Recipe (below).

I know, I know, it sounds disgusting. And, it kind of is for a gal that doesn’t like pulp in her juice but nevertheless, it’s worth the tradeoff for me. Afterall the grand prize is the happy dance in the bathroom.

The recipe consists of psyllium husks, caproil and bentonite clay. Wait! What? What is all that stuff, you ask?

This recipe has been used for decades!

I didn’t make it up. I use it myself, personally and recommend quite often to my cleansing clients. Here’s the recipe and a little more detail about the infamous Sludge:


The Pysillium Husk Bowel Cleanse

(Sludge Recipe)

1 Tbsp psyllium husks
1 Tbsp bentonite clay (liquid or powder form)
1 Tbsp caproil (or caprylic acid)
1 cup filtered water





This is not likely as bad as you think, however it does have a bit of a funky texture, hence the title of “Sludge”. It is important to mix the ingredients together QUICKLY, consume it quickly and IMMEDIATELY follow the sludge by drinking at least one 8 ounce glass of water. Psyllium expands and become gelatinous when liquid is added to it, so it’s important to get it in quickly before it thickens too much.

Consuming the sludge WILL NOT have a laxative type of effect, where you will need to run quickly to the bathroom. It is a gentle way to fill the bowels and scrub the intestines. The vast majority of people that use this recipe report full, complete and sometimes europhoric bowel movements. You know what I mean if you’ve ever had a totally satisfying BM. If not, I hope you’ll find out. There’s nothing quite like it.

There are a very small percentage of people whose intestinal tracts are irritated by psyllium. If you notice any discomfort from using this recipe, stop immediately. To increase fiber content you can consider adding rice bran fiber to your diet. Adding to salads, smoothies or top of foods instead.



Bentonite Clay

Is derived from volcanic ash and known for it’s absorptive qualities that draw out toxins and heavy metals from the body. You may not find bentonite clay in liquid form, just use the powder form instead and be sure to mix well with other ingredients.

Psyllium Husks

Acts like an internal scrub brush for the colon. It has a bulking, lubricating and absorptive quality to help facilitate the gentle scrubbing action to remove build up and waste.


A combination of caprylic acid & oleic acid to help normalize and repair the intestinal lining. Think of it as moisturizer for your intestines.


Is used to combine the ingredients together, flush the intestinal tract and keep everything moving.


If you don’t want to go down the path of cleansing your pipes right now, you can use psyllium husks in water to add extra fiber and mass to your diet to get the same full, good, satisfying poops.

You can use this recipe daily, for at least a month (and up to three times daily). I suggest starting once a day, in the morning on an empty stomach. And the added bonus is that it will help you feel full too.

I can’t wait to hear your feedback and what song you sing after your perfect poops.

Your poop cheerleader,





4 Responses

  1. Well done. I’d like to add that if a person has intestinal problems like diverticulitis, consult your doctor 1st or just dont do it. Start with eating apples and high fiber foods of any kind to test how you feel. Then eat lots of apples in one sitting as a second test. And of course do your research. Aloe Vera also helps with healthy intestines.

  2. I am currently doing a candida diet, I was wondering whilst doing this can you eat your normal three meals a day ? or do you need to minimise what you are consuming ?

  3. @LAURA A – I purchased Innovite Caproil Liquid – I used a code to save $10 on $40 dollar order. You can message me for more details.

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