Cleaning the blood removes toxins, fungus, bacteria, and viruses from the bloodstream, and it improves circulation. Cleaning the liver helps it to do its job in screening the blood for fungus, bacteria, viruses, and toxins. Cleaning the kidneys also help them to more efficiently remove waste from the blood. Herbs can be used to stimulate the liver and kidneys to assist in this process.
How to Clean your Liver – Gallbladder | Liver – Gallbladder Cleanse
Clean Your Liver To Help It Take Care Of You
The liver is important. We should treat it like our best friend. A healthy liver screens the blood for toxins, viruses and bacteria, detoxifies alcohol and certain drugs, and plays a major part in the supporting the body's immune system. The liver uses Kuppfer cells, a type of white blood cells, to destroy viruses, bacteria, old blood cells, and other substances being filtered through the liver.
How to Clean your Small Intestine | Small Intestine Cleanse
Why Cleanse The Small Intestine? What Does The Small Intestine Do?
The small intestine is the part of the gastrointestinal tract following the stomach, and is where much of the digestion and absorption of food takes place. When we ingest food it enters the stomach and begins the second phase of digestion. The first stage of digestion is the chewing of foods to break it down into smaller pieces. The stomach releases proteases (protein digesting enzymes) and hydrochloric acid, which lowers to pH level of the contents of the stomach so the proteases can break down protein effectively, and it also kills and inhibits bacteria in the food. The result of this digestive process of the stomach is called chyme, which has is still a partially digested food that is then passed unto the small intestine for further digestion.
The colon or large intestine's major job is to absorb water from indigestible food, compact it into waste material (feces) and pass it from the body through the anus. As the undigested food moves through the colon, bacteria (also called micro-flora or flora) that live in the colon feed on the material, producing vitamins like vitamin K and vitamin B, which are absorbed into the bloodstream. A person with a healthy colon will have 2-3 bowel movements a day shortly after each meal. Many of us do not have healthy colons because our diets consist of many processed foods that lack a high fiber content.
The kidneys maintain a water/mineral balance in the body, regulate blood pressure, and filter waste from the blood in the form of urine. Proper water intake is essential in cleansing the kidneys. It is also essential to have proper water intake because many of the herbs I listed are diuretics and they elevate the rate of urination. Increasing the amount of water you drink in itself is a kidney cleanse because the increase in water intake will flush toxins from the kidneys.
Cleansing and Detoxifying the Body Rejuvenates the Life Energy
Reclaim Your Energy By Cleaning Your Organs
I have been pretty health conscious, and I have gradually removed meat from my diet because it made me feel good to do so, and I like feeling good, feeling energized. I thought my journey had ended when I removed pork, beef, and poultry from my diet, and just ate fish and dairy here and there. I then bumped into some information from an herbalist healer named Dr. Sebi, which made me rethink my position. His claims as a healer seemed pretty far out there, but after researching his claims and after looking at what so much of the holistic healing practices were indicating, I decided to give his approach a try. His basic approach is to alkalize the body by removing meat from the diet and by eating natural alkalizing foods such as, vegetables, fruits, nuts/seeds, legumes, and alkalizing grains to make the body resistant to disease. It also removes mucus from the body to remove the condition that promotes disease, and it uses natural alkaline herbs which target the organs to heal an clean them.
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