This morning I consumed about 10 ounces of human breast milk, followed by filtered water. It didn’t taste as weird as the first day I drank it. I have enough left for another couple of treatments, so I’m going to save it to use concurrently with the fecal matter transplant.
I also ingested some liquid magnesium, to test how I tolerate it. I want to be able to start ingesting magnesium to repair the magnesium depletion in the cells lining my gut. So far so good.
My tummy was less bloated than usual. After dinner it did swell up a little, but for a very short time compared to usual… perhaps 15 minutes instead of multiple hours.
I soaked in an epsom salt bath for two hours, rinced in an raw apple cider vinegar bath, towel dried and applied about a half ounce of human breast milk to my skin, especially my head hair roots, including my eyelash roots, which look less puffy. I’m starting to suspect that my tear ducts are missing microbiota, which led to the Blepharitis. I’m going to look into that… although the idea of getting a healthy tear donor to cry into my face seems terribly odd and funny and got me thinking of how it would go…
Me: ok, so… I’m just going to lay down here, and you just prop yourself up over me so your eyes are right above mine.
Donor: um. ok, like this?
Me: yeah… ok, now I’m going to have to make you cry… (berating insults ensue, with some pinching and slapping thrown in)
Nah, I don’t think so. I’ll have to brainstorm this one a bit more.
One last thing: one of the benefits of fecal matter transplants I read all the time is acne clearing up within days. I wasn’t expecting to see it so profoundly from the human breast milk, and I don’t know if it was the topical or the internal treatment that did it, but there you go. My acne cleared up.