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In Reply to: Re: diarrhea posted by Bernice on August 25, 2001 at 08:17:14:
I would say Bernice and Diana have a point, but I have found Kaopectate far superior to Pepto,Immodium et al,because of the way in which it works.
Kaopectate is actually an old Indian medicine
remedy. Indians were often accused of eating dirt, because they ate the yellow clay, called kaeolin. It stuck to the stomach walls and gradually flaked off, taking the bacteria with it.
I believe Kaopectate has an oil added to the clay, It will not constipate and one dose is usually enough;if not, each bowel movement requires a new dose. The dose I use for goats is the same as the human dose. I took it two days ago. Once was enough.
Hermit in the Woods.
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