CDS CDR Combined Protocol

Treatment with the combined CDR protocol

Diseases to be treated with the combined CDR protocol:

  • Anal fistula
  • Hemorrhoids, lunches

Protocol C

10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes for 2 weeks.


Protocol D

Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 2 weeks.


Protocol R

Mix 2 ml of CDS in 150 ml of warm distilled water, apply with the knob and retain the liquid within 5 minutes.


Tips on the CDR Combined Protocol

Anal fistula

Applying the perilla protocol after each deposition, this protocol replaces a socket.

Hemorrhoids or lunches

The knob can be applied 2 or 3 times a week as long as there is no discomfort to introduce it.

Definition of diseases treated with combined CDR protocol

Anal fistula

Anal fistula occurs when a perianal abscess becomes complicated, the glands found in the anal canal that lubricate the mucosa become infected and result in an anal abscess.

It is one or more channels that connects one inner channel with another , (intestine with intestine) or with the outside or organs (vagina, bladder and skin).

An important factor is the formation of the abscess but there are also other factors such as having cancer in the area, Crohn's disease, sexual intercourse.

This medical condition is more common in men from 40 years, in some cases anal fistula can generate anal incontinence.

Fistulas differ from hemorrhoids in that they are closer to the anus, they squeal and bleed after bowel movements, the fistula does not bleed, it secretes a yellowish or pinkish fluid.

Half of the abscesses develop into fistulas.


  • fever
  • weakness
  • inflammation
  • Secretions
  • Irritation in the area
  • Intermittent pain in the area

Types of fistulas associated with Crohn's disease:

  • Anal fistulas or perianal fistulas are the most common.
    1. Simple single-passage fistulas.
    2. Complex fistulas affect the muscles of the anus with several passageways.
  • Enterovesical fistulas.
  • Rectovaginal fistulas.
  • Enterocutaneous fistulas (outside the anus area).
  • Enterocolic fistulas.

In some cases, the fistula is not visible to the naked eye and requires endoscopy, ultrasound or MRI.

The specialist will rule out whether the fistula is caused by diseases of the intestinal tract with tests, colonoscopy or x-rays.

Treatment is usually through surgery, although there are also other treatments before removal.

Hemorrhoids or lunches

Hemorrhoids or lunches are inflamed veins located in the anus either internally or externally.

Hemorrhoid symptoms on the outside

  • bleeding
  • Stabbing pain
  • Itching in the anus
  • Discomfort or severe pain when sitting or defecating

It is not very well known the cause of hemorrhoids although if you change your diet, add fiber, hydration, gentle exercise and not force when going to the bathroom or stay a long time sitting, you can relieve them.

You can use our CDS protocol finder to locate a disease and its treatment with Chlorine Dioxide CLO2.

C = Common diseases, old protocol 101.
D = Dermatitis.
R = Anal irrigator.

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