Bizarre as it may seem
poo transplants are actually a valid treatment for some gut/bowel diseases.
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I seem to recall when they tested the procedure on a group with severe gut disorders they had to stop the test early as the results were so black and white. The treatment group almost universally saw massive improvement and the control group quickly figured out they hadn't actually had the procedure and begged for it.
1% is routinely quoted as the number of human cells compared to the number of bacteria in the gut. (This ignores the skin, respiratory, genital etc microbiomes)
And faecal transplants have been discussed ad nauseum on this site already. They work for situations where an individual's microbiome has been so severely disrupted that shoving in someone else's crap makes things better.
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