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5.0 out of 5 stars File under 'Romance, Bum Troubles'
The heartwarming story of one woman's struggle to overcome grief and tragedy~and find love once more~with the help of colonic irrigation and enemas. You'll be moved. She certainly must have been.
Published on 6 May 2012 by fuddybo of Rotherham

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3.0 out of 5 stars Story of cancer
This is a story about how people dealt with bowel cancer in 1920's, through enemas and family. It touches on racial differences of the time
Published on 11 Jan. 2013 by Mel Morrell


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5.0 out of 5 stars File under 'Romance, Bum Troubles', 6 May 2012
This review is from: Momma's Tears, a story of love and overcoming grief (Kindle Edition)
The heartwarming story of one woman's struggle to overcome grief and tragedy~and find love once more~with the help of colonic irrigation and enemas. You'll be moved. She certainly must have been.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Story of cancer, 11 Jan. 2013
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This is a story about how people dealt with bowel cancer in 1920's, through enemas and family. It touches on racial differences of the time
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1.0 out of 5 stars couldn't finish this, 15 Jan. 2013
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This review is from: Momma's Tears, a story of love and overcoming grief (Kindle Edition)
I read about 45% of this book. It is about a family in the 1920s, whose husband/father died of colon canceer -slowly and painfully, as had his own mother.
The wife then takes the daughter to hear a preacher whose message is basically, vegetarian/vegan diet and LOTS of enemas and colonic lavages -something the mother had been doing to her husband and then her daughter for years, so she was easily 'converted'.
I know that this was a popular treatment back then but I got so tired of reading about this cure-all on almost every page.
I was insufficiently moved to finish this book, which was repeptitive, not very well written and at least as far as I read, pointless. Not recommended unless you enjoy reading about colonic treatments!
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