This very important bathroom tool may help you in more ways than one, including with constipation, hemorrhoids, polyps and other colon issues. I've been using one of these for years now and I wouldn't even feel right going to the bathroom without it.
Many of you know that our daughter Oria who is almost two years old now has never used a diaper. Since she was able to stand, she has been instinctively and naturally squatting whenever she goes to the bathroom.
This is the natural position in which we are designed to go to the bathroom. Besides all of the westernized countries where our standard sitting toilets are used, the majority of the rest of the planet continues to squat when they go to the bathroom. Angela and I are adamant about supporting Oria in continuing the natural way she goes to the bathroom. Instead of making her sit on the toilet, we had the local blacksmith create her this fancy squatting platform contraption in the picture to the left!
Why is this so important to us that Oria is supported in squatting instead of sitting on a toilet?
In any other position besides squatting, God has deliberately created obstacles to evacuation so we don't spill all over the place at any given moment.
As seen in the chart to the right, when seated, your anal canal is unstraightened and accordingly "choked"! Have you ever felt that you still have something left inside your bowel after you just exited the bathroom? That is because sitting is not the right posture to do bathroom business at all. The sitting position bends the final pathway between the rectum and anus, hence it obstructs waste from being evacuated easily.
Moreover, unlike squatting, sitting creates no pressure in your abdominal cavity, which is required for natural elimination. (The pressure I am talking about here is beneficial pressure which compresses the colon and creates a natural urge to evacuate.) As a result, in frustration, you need to strain while holding your breath in order to push downwards. Yet even so, you still get constipated, and your colon is not as empty and clean as it should be.
Squatting, on the other hand, helps you relax your puborectalis muscle and straightens your rectum. The pressure from your thighs while squatting also facilitates expulsion of waste. Most constipation sufferers notice significant comfort improvement within seven days after switching their potty position from sitting to squatting. Hemorrhoids also heal quickly, as the squatting posture is adopted for healthy bowel movements.
The GoStools that we are offering 'At-Cost' today are the ideal alternative from actually standing on your toilet and squatting. When you put your feet on the GoStool, your anal cavity is straightened, which makes elimination faster, easier and more complete. It's has the potential to be a highly effective, non-invasive treatment for hemorrhoids and may also help with constipation among other colon issues.
Many of you also know that Angela naturally birthed Oria in 1 hour and 17 minutes. We feel that one of the main reasons that this happened was due to her colon health through colon cleansing and using the GoStool. For pregnant women, squatting avoids pressure on the uterus when using the toilet. Daily squatting helps prepare one for a more natural delivery.
Every once in a while I will use Oria's green metal squatting toilet, but most of the time I just don't feel like it. The GoStool is perfect, especially for those who suffer from knee issues, obesity, arthritis and other challenges that might make it difficult to climb on top of a standard toilet to squat. I've been using the GoStool for years now and it would just feel weird not to use it.
In the past, I used to just use the nearest trash can or 12 pack of toilet paper to elevate my feet on. I would get so fustrated when the 12 pack turned into only 3 rolls left ;-) Also, my feet would sometimes hurt after putting them on the edges of the trash can as it shook back and forth as I tried to balance it. I finally bit the bullet and got one of these GoStools. They are absolutely beautifully made and stylish. These GoStools come in Amber Bamboo or Light Bamboo. They are a high quality design and are a hand-crafted bamboo squatting stool using FSC certified sustainable bamboo panels.
We worked out a deal with our supplier and ordered 200 of these GoStools. In return, he gave us a hefty discount on top of the regular wholesale price. Therefore, we are able to offer these stools to you today at a rockin' price!
They are normally $119.95 each and we are offering them today for just $97.99, or if you buy two of them for more than one bathroom, the price drops to just above $88 each.
If you want to get started using a GoStool today, you can order at the link below: