The rectal microbiome is a group of good bacteria that live harmoniously together in your butt
Maintaining equilibrium of your microbiome is essential to protecting your body
Preparing to bottom with tap water or store-bought enemas can not only break down the mucosal barrier of your bum, but also can cause alterations in its microbiome
Changes in your microbiome may be associated with mucosal damage, possibly leading to increased vulnerability to STIs
Every time you prepare incorrectly, you put your microbiome at risk.
With all of us normally harboring appropriate levels of bacteria in our gastrointestinal tract, the intestinal microbiome is essential in helping us function. Alterations of the tract in people who use their bottom in the bedroom have been linked to the transmission of STIs.
We’ve all lacked the education and proper resources to prevent detrimental changes in the biological homeostasis that ultimately impacts the microbiome. Though using tap water is a common way for guys (and girls) to prepare for bottoming, it breaks down the mucosal barrier and upsets the delicate biome balance of your bottom. These side effects have led to a global health crisis in the LGBT community, which is why we wanted to formulate an isotonic formula to support pleasurable, safer fun for our community and beyond.
Isotonic, in theory, allows an effective cleanse, without altering your body’s natural microbiome, leaving you ready to play. What more could you ask for?
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