Vinegar Egg Remedy for Tenesmus (Constant Urge to Pass Stools)

Updated on August 13, 2019
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My History of Tenesmus

Tenesmus is the medical term for the feeling that you need to pass stools even though your bowels are already empty. I once suffered from discomfort because of tenesmus regularly. My specific problem was the constant urge to pass stools at the area of the rectal (anal) sphincter. This problem was causing me much inconvenience as I would have the urge to visit the toilet very frequently. It was a real nuisance.

I suffered from this form of tenesmus for many years. I tried many types of natural remedies to no avail.

Vinegar Egg and Tenesmus

I mused at the youthful face of my friend and asked him his secret of staying youthful. He then shared this secret with me. "Vinegar eggs," he said, without any hesitation.

He started sharing some writeups on vinegar eggs with me. I was adament at first and asked how he consumed this concoction. He showed me his small container containing the vinegar egg. He lightly stirred the mixture, scooped three tablespoons of it into a glass and added a wee bit of water. He then swallowed the mixture without any hesitation. I was fascinated.

He showed me a list about what the vinegar egg mixture could help with. It sounded too good to be true. It was like a fix-all elixir. Being a practical and an open-minded person, I decided to give it a try, if nothing else, just to stay youthful. There was nothing to lose and was safe to consume. It never occurred to me that this vinegar egg would get rid of my tenesmus problem.

I took the vinegar egg for about a year. Then I decided to stop when I felt that I did not experience any positive effect. It was after many months that following a discussion with my sister that the subject of tenesmus was mentioned. It suddenly dawned on me that I was not suffering from this problem anymore for quite some time. I was pleasantly surprised to suddenly realize that my tenesmus problem was gone without my conscious realization. The curing process overtime was so minuscule that I did not even realize that I was free from the problem. I was quite sure that it was my vinegar egg consumption that helped me because I did not take any other medication during that period.

Vinegar Egg Health Benefits

I will avoid writing about what vinegar egg is supposed to fix as the whole list covers from common ailments like blood pressure and skin problems to serious one like cancer. Let's say it may change many ailments if the person is lucky to be compatible with it, just like my case. So if you think you have any health problem of any kind but has been unable to alleviate it, you may like to give this vinegar egg mixture a try. After all, it is a harmless mixture and easy to prepare. You only need an egg and vinegar which come easy on the pocket.

Rice vinegar from China will work for preparing your vinegar egg.
Rice vinegar from China will work for preparing your vinegar egg.

Preparing Your Vinegar Egg

Please also refer to the accompanying photos.

Step 1. Wash the chicken egg thoroughly. Best to use free range egg.

Step 1, 2: Pour vinegar just sufficient to cover the whole egg.
Step 1, 2: Pour vinegar just sufficient to cover the whole egg.

Step 2. Then immerse the egg with white vinegar in a small tumbler, just enough to submerge the whole egg. Use any reliable brand of white vinegar. I use rice vinegar from China. The photo of the rice vinegar bottle is on top.

Step 3: Froth and residue forming
Step 3: Froth and residue forming
Step 3: Remove froth and residue.
Step 3: Remove froth and residue.

Step 3. Leave it for 5 days. During this period, scoop out the floating residue.

Step 4: Poke to break the membrane with tip of a knife.
Step 4: Poke to break the membrane with tip of a knife.

Step 4. In 4 or 5 days the egg shell will have dissolved exposing the soft membrane. Poke to break the membrane with the tip of a knife.

Step 5: The torn membrane. Remove it.
Step 5: The torn membrane. Remove it.

Step 5. Remove the membrane and any leftover residue.

Step 6: The final mixture.
Step 6: The final mixture.

Step 6. Stir the egg until thoroughly mixed.

Step 7. Optional: add a wee bit of black vinegar to neutralize the unpleasant smell. I did not add this.

Step 8. Keep the mixture in the fridge.

Step 9. Take three tablespoons of the mixture once a day at any time convenient to you. Scoop mixture into a glass and add a bit of water. You may add a bit of pure honey to neutralized the unpleasant taste. Give it a stir and drink the mixture.

To eliminate the unpleasant after-taste in your mouth, take a bit of your favorite tit-bit immediately after swallowing the mixture. I did that. I take it in the evening before going to bed. The whole mixture should last about a week.

I share this in good faith

I share this with a sincere wish that you will benefit from it. I make no promises. I was blessed with this vinegar egg mixture. Curing my tenesmus problem was a surprise gift to me. I hope you are also blessed with surprises.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2019 Justin Choo


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