Starting the Cleansing Process

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.)

First you need to ensure all pathways in the body are
cleansed. This includes the Liver, Gallbladder, Lymphatic, Colon and Kidneys.

How can you tell if your pathways are blocked?

Kidney blockage:

- Urinary changes such as decreased urine output, blood in
urine, or increased frequency to urinate.

- Swelling (edema) in the hands, feet, or ankles.

- Persistent fatigue or weakness.

- Pain or pressure in the lower back or sides.

- Elevated blood pressure.

Liver blockage:

- Jaundice: yellowing of the skin and eyes.

- Dark urine and pale stools.

- Abdominal swelling or ascites.

- Fatigue, weakness, or unexplained weight loss.

- Digestive issues such as nausea, vomiting, or loss of
appetite.

- Itchy skin and dark patches on the skin.

Gallbladder blockage:

- Severe abdominal pain, particularly in the upper-right
side of the abdomen or under the ribs.

- Nausea and vomiting.

- Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice) in case of a
blocked bile duct.

- Clay-colored stools and dark urine.

- Indigestion and bloating.

Lymphatic blockage:

- Swollen lymph nodes: the affected lymph nodes may feel
tender, soft, or rubbery and might grow larger over time.

- Edema (swelling) in limbs, fingers, or toes.

- Frequent infections, as the lymphatic system helps fight
off infections.

- Unexplained fatigue or weakness.

- Recurrent colds or flu-like symptoms.

Colon blockage:

- Changes in bowel movements, such as constipation,
diarrhea, or alternating between the two.

- Abdominal pain, cramping, or bloating.

- Feeling of incomplete bowel movement or the inability to
completely empty the colon.

- Rectal bleeding or blood in stools.

- Unexplained weight loss or loss of appetite.

- Fatigue or weakness.

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. Sometimes you will need 2-3 months depending on
the severity of your dis-eases.

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.

What are signs of heavy metal toxicity?

Signs and symptoms of heavy metal toxicity can vary
depending on the specific metal involved, its concentration in the body, and
the duration of exposure. Here are some common signs and symptoms associated
with heavy metal toxicity:

Neurological symptoms:

- Cognitive difficulties: memory problems, difficulty
concentrating, and brain fog.

- Nerve damage: numbness or tingling in hands and feet
(peripheral neuropathy), unexplained muscle weakness.

- Mood disturbances: anxiety, depression, irritability, and
mood swings.

- Headaches and migraines.

- Restlessness, insomnia, or sleep disturbances.

- Tremors or involuntary muscle movements.

Gastrointestinal symptoms:

- Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

- Abdominal pain or cramping.

- Loss of appetite or weight loss.

- Metallic taste in the mouth.

Cardiovascular symptoms:

- Irregular heartbeat or palpitations.

- High blood pressure.

- Chest pain or discomfort.

Respiratory symptoms:

- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.

- Persistent coughing.

- Wheezing or other respiratory distress.

Renal symptoms:

- Decreased urine output or changes in urinary patterns.

- Kidney damage or impaired kidney function.

Dermatological symptoms:

- Skin rashes, redness, or irritation.

- Hair loss or thinning.

- Nail abnormalities.

Other general symptoms:

- Chronic fatigue or weakness.

- Hormonal imbalances.

- Decreased fertility or reproductive issues.

- Impaired immune system function.

If you have metal fillings or metal screws in your body you
can still cleanse.

If you are someone who has vaccine damage, you may need 1-3
months of the Heavy Metal Cleanse kit depending on severity of heavy metal
buildup in the body before moving onto the Jab Rehab Kit.

Once you’ve completed the Heavy Metal Cleanse, then you can move onto the Parasite, Candida or Mold kit.

If you suffer with constant yeast infections, acne, or have
toenail fungus, you will want to move onto the O’Candida Kit. You will
need 2-3 months of this, possibly longer, depending on the severity of your
candida overgrowth.

What is 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:

Oral Thrush: Candida overgrowth in
the mouth can result in oral thrush, characterized by creamy white lesions on
the tongue, inner cheeks, and throat. It may cause discomfort, pain, and
difficulty swallowing.

Vaginal Infections: Candida overgrowth in
the vagina can lead to a yeast infection, causing symptoms like itching,
burning, abnormal discharge, and discomfort during sexual intercourse.

Gastrointestinal Issues: Candida can disrupt the
balance of bacteria in the gut, leading to digestive problems such as bloating,
gas, diarrhea, or constipation. Chronic candidiasis has been linked to leaky
gut syndrome, a condition where the intestinal lining becomes permeable,
potentially allowing toxins and undigested food particles to enter the
bloodstream.

Fatigue and Mental Health:
Candida can produce toxins that may enter the bloodstream and affect various
organs, potentially leading to symptoms like chronic fatigue, brain fog,
difficulty concentrating, mood swings, and depression.

Skin and Nail Infections: Candida can cause
rashes, redness, and itching on the skin, particularly in warm and moist areas.
It can also contribute to fungal nail infections.

Systemic Candidiasis: In rare cases, Candida
overgrowth can spread beyond localized areas and enter the bloodstream, leading
to systemic candidiasis. This systemic infection can affect multiple organs and
may become life-threatening if left untreated.

What is a Parasite cleanse?

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 in the process. While parasites can infect various parts of the
body, they are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract. 

Our parasite cleanse involves using herbal supplement
specifically formulated to target parasites and help remove them from the body.
The duration and specific protocol of our parasite cleanse may vary depending
on the products used and the severity of the infestation.

Here's how a parasite cleanse can benefit the body:

Elimination of Parasites: The
primary goal of a parasite cleanse is to eradicate parasites from the body. This can help relieve symptoms associated with parasitic infections and promote
overall health and well-being. 

Symptom Relief: Parasitic infections
can cause a range of symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea,
fatigue, weight loss, and skin rashes. By eliminating parasites, a cleanse may
help alleviate these symptoms and restore normal bodily functions.

Improved Digestive Health:
Parasites can disrupt the gut microbiota and impair digestion. Cleansing the
body of parasites may help restore a healthy balance of beneficial bacteria in
the gut, optimize digestion, and improve nutrient absorption.

Enhanced Immune Function: Parasitic infections
can weaken the immune system, making individuals more susceptible to other
infections and illnesses. By getting rid of parasites, a cleanse can
potentially strengthen the immune system, supporting overall health and
resilience.

Increased Energy and Vitality:
Parasitic infestations can leave individuals feeling fatigued and drained of
energy. Removing parasites from the body may lead to increased energy levels and improved vitality.

Mold Cleanse

What are the signs and symptoms of being in mold?

Living in a mold-infested environment can lead to various
signs and symptoms that can vary depending on the individual's sensitivity, the
type and amount of mold present, and the duration of exposure. Here are some
common signs and symptoms associated with living in mold:

Respiratory Issues: Mold exposure can cause
respiratory symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, chest
tightness, and nasal congestion. Individuals with pre-existing respiratory
conditions like asthma or allergies may experience worsening symptoms.

Allergic Reactions: Mold is a potent allergen for many people. Allergic reactions to mold can manifest as sneezing,
runny or stuffy nose, itchy or watery eyes, throat irritation, and skin rashes.

Sinus Infections: Prolonged exposure to
mold can lead to recurrent or chronic sinus infections. Symptoms may include
facial pain or pressure, postnasal drip, headache, and an altered sense of
smell.

Fatigue and Weakness: Mold exposure has been
associated with generalized fatigue and a feeling of low energy. Individuals
may also experience muscle weakness or joint pain.

Cognitive and Neurological Symptoms: Some
people living in mold-infested environments report difficulty concentrating,
memory problems, brain fog, and mood swings. These symptoms can affect
cognitive function and overall mental well-being.

Digestive Issues: Mold exposure may cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, and loss of appetite.

Skin Irritation: Contact with mold or
mold spores can result in skin irritation and rashes, especially in individuals with sensitive skin.

Headaches and Migraines: Mold toxins can trigger headaches or migraines in some individuals.

It is important to note that the presence of these symptoms
does not definitively confirm mold exposure. Other factors and health conditions may contribute to similar symptoms. If you suspect that mold may be
present in your living environment and it is affecting your health, it is
advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or an environmental specialist who can assess the situation, perform appropriate testing, and
provide guidance on remediation measures to ensure a healthy living
environment.

If dealing with mold, you need to do the following:

1. Assess and Remove Mold Sources: Identify and
address any visible mold growth or moisture issues in your living environment.
This may involve hiring a professional mold remediation specialist to properly
remove the mold and fix any underlying moisture problems.

2. Improve Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation in
your home or workplace to prevent moisture buildup. Use exhaust fans in
bathrooms and kitchen areas, open windows when weather permits, and consider using
a dehumidifier in areas prone to high humidity.

3. Purify Indoor Air: Consider using high-efficiency
particulate air (HEPA) air purifiers that can help filter out mold spores and
other airborne particles. Regularly clean and maintain these devices according
to the manufacturer's instructions.

4. Maintain Cleanliness: Keep your living
environment clean and free from dust, as mold can grow on dust particles.
Regularly vacuum carpets, upholstery, and curtains using a HEPA filter, and
damp mop hard floors to minimize airborne mold spores.

5. Enhance Indoor Air Quality: Avoid using products
containing harsh chemicals, as they can release volatile organic compounds
(VOCs) that may contribute to poor indoor air quality. Opt for natural,
non-toxic cleaning and personal care products to reduce chemical exposure.

6. Support Immune Health: A strong immune system is
key in minimizing the effects of mold exposure. Maintain a healthy diet rich in
fruits, vegetables, and antioxidants that support immune function. Adequate
sleep, regular exercise, stress management, and staying hydrated are also
important for supporting overall health and immune function. Also implement a
detox cleansing program like our No Fungus Among Is Mold Cleanse Kit.

7. Consult a Healthcare Professional: If you are
experiencing ongoing health issues that you suspect are related to mold
exposure, consult a healthcare professional for an evaluation. They can assist
in assessing your symptoms, conducting appropriate medical tests, and
recommending further treatments or interventions.

Remember, these steps are general suggestions and should
not replace professional advice.

Please let me know if you have any other questions! If you
decide that you’re ready, you can use code 25KIT to get 25% off your kits! All
of the kits come with a detailed 28 page booklet that walks you through the
cleansing process and even has a grocery list!

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