Starting the Cleansing Process
Are your Pathways Blocked?
To see if you have a backed up colon, liver, lymphatic, kidney or gallbladder, check out the slides below. If your body is struggling with any of these symptoms, you should start at Step 1 with our Liver, Lymphatic & Gallbladder Cleanse.
How to Start the Cleansing Process
When starting the cleansing process, there are steps that you should take to properly cleanse your body.
To completely cleanse your adult body from a lifetime of toxin buildup, metals and parasites, you will need to commit at least 6-12 months to cleansing the body. Once you reach your optimal desired health, then you only need to cleanse your body once every 6-12 months. As long as you maintain a healthy lifestyle! (We offer 25% off discounts to those of you ready to start the journey, just send us a message in the Contact Us.)
First you need to ensure all pathways in the body are cleansed. This includes the Liver, Gallbladder, Lymphatic, Colon and Kidneys.
If your pathways are blocked, you will want to start with our Liver, Gallbladder & Lymphatic Cleanse. Typically just one month of this cleanse will be enough.
**You may need 2-3+ months on just the Liver , Lymphatic, Gallbladder, Cleanse depending on the severity of your diseases.
Once you complete the Liver, Gallbladder, & Lymphatic Cleanse, then you can move onto the Heavy Metal Cleanse.
If you do not struggle with backed up pathways,then you can start with the Heavy Metal cleanse.
Most individuals only need 1-2 months of the heavy metal cleanse. If have received any of the recent vaccinations, then you may need 2-3+ months at this step. Please see picture below for signs of Heavy Metal Toxicity in the body.
Signs of Parasite Infection
Once you Open the Pathways, and remove the Heavy Metals, then you can start going after the parasites.
A parasite cleanse, also known as a parasitic cleanse or deworming, refers to the process of eliminating parasitic organisms from the body. Parasites are organisms that live in or on another organism, known as the host, and they depend on the host for survival by feeding on its nutrients and causing harm inthe process. While parasites can infect various parts of the body, they are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract.
Do you Struggle with Candida?
Candida refers to a type of yeast called Candida albicans,
which is commonly found in small amounts in various parts of the body, including the mouth, digestive tract, and genital area. In normal circumstances, Candida doesn't cause harm and is kept in check by the body's immune system and the presence of beneficial bacteria. However, under certain conditions, Candida can grow and multiply uncontrollably, leading to an overgrowth or infection known as candidiasis.
Candida overgrowth can occur due to factors such as a
weakened immune system, hormonal changes, excessive antibiotic use, high sugar diets, or prolonged use of certain medications, among others. When Candida starts to outnumber the beneficial bacteria, it can cause several health problems and negatively impact the body in various ways:
Could it be the Mold in your Home?
Mold is considered dangerous to the body due to the potential health risks associated with its exposure. Mold produces spores that, when inhaled or come into contact with the skin, can trigger a range of adverse reactions. These spores contain mycotoxins, which are toxic substances that can cause respiratory problems, allergic reactions, and other health issues. Prolonged exposure to mold may lead to chronic conditions and can be particularly harmful to individuals with pre-existing respiratory conditions, allergies, or weakened immune systems. Mold is known to aggravate symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, nasal congestion, and skin irritation. Additionally, certain types of mold, such as black mold (Stachybotrys chartarum), have been linked to more severe health problems. Prompt identification and remediation of mold-contaminated environments are crucial to safeguarding individuals from the potential health hazards associated with mold exposure.