Color

The following table summarizes conditions that can be indicated by stool color:

Stool color Association
Green Bile or chlorophyll
Red Blood or beets, aspirin, red meat, or has increased intake of vitamin C.
Bright red Rectum.
Dark red Stomach ulcer.
Bloody diarrhea Ulcerative colitis.
Yellow Liver fire (Rhubarb, Yellow Dock).
Black Blood or iron/magnesium. See the doctor.
Yellow/white clay colored Liver or gallbladder (Kelp, Oregon Grape root).
Clay color – deficiency. Yellow – excess.
White clay Gallbladder deficiency (Celandine tincture, one drop, twice a week, in water)
White greasy Celiac disease, a response to gluten.

 

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