Intestinal Cleanse

Intestinal Cleanse

Whole Psyllium Husks and Blackstrap molasses Intestinal Cleanse

The intestinal cleanse is effective at relieving these afflictions: Constipation, chronic fatigue, asthma, flues and colds, allergies, backache, respiratory disorders, digestive problems such as gas, indigestion, and abdominal pain; prostrate troubles, headaches, and skin disruptions, colitis, and much more.

Every system in the body will function better once the intestines are cleaned.

Intestinal Cleanse Ingredients:

Whole Psyllium Husks and Blackstrap molasses are the only two ingredients needed for the intestinal cleanse.

1) Premium quality whole psyllium husks – these husks provide fiber and lubrication for the bowels. When taken with liquid, they expand into a gelatinous mass, scrubbing the intestinal wall, by gathering up old fecal matter and caked on waste deposits. You can buy this at your local health food store; do not buy the tablet form or powdered form, they do not work. Get only the whole psyllium husks that you mix with water. The tablets and powder are already broken down and processed, therefore will not scrub the walls of the intestines like the whole husks do.

2) Blackstrap molasses – Blackstrap molasses is a rich source of minerals and vitamins. It is a bowel regulator and helps prevent constipation and colitis. Blackstrap molasses doesn’t digest entirely in the stomach like most other sugars. It only partially digests in the stomach, then goes into the intestinal tract and is consumed in the intestines. Because of this, nutrients are available in the intestinal tract where they are needed to help assist in the cleansing process. Molasses helps to regulate the bowls, and is an essential part of the intestinal program.

Doing the Cleanse:

First week, take four times per day before meals.

  • 1 level teaspoon whole psyllium husks
  • 1 teaspoon blackstrap molasses
  • Dissolve in 8 to 10 ounces warm water
  • Drink immediately
  • Drink another 8 to 10 ounces water

Advance to full dosage, four times per day before meals.

  • 1 level tablespoon whole psyllium husks
  • 1 teaspoon blackstrap molasses
  • Dissolve in 8 to 10 ounces warm water
  • Drink immediately
  • Drink another 8 to 10 ounces water

Do this cleanse for a full three months for a complete digestive tract cleansing. After the three month period is over, you may discontinue taking the psyllium husks.

When the intestines are caked with hardened fecal matter, nutrients and wastes cannot be transferred efficiently. The nutrients in the foods are not absorbing into the blood stream properly.

“It is the bowel that invariably has to be cared for first before any effective healing can take place, “ Dr. Benard Jensen.

by Angie Lewis

The Organic psyllium husks are not food. They are high fiber husks that gently scrub debris from the intestinal walls and help lubricate the bowels.

When on the cleanse, any toxins that are released into the blood stream are headed to the great outdoors. This is because the intestinal tract had its “doors” opened by the psyllium husks so that the toxins can escape. Prior to the “doors” being opened, the blood stream was carrying a high concentration of toxins.

The other half of the story is that prior to cleansing, nutrients could not enter the blood stream efficiently. But when the “doors” are opened, nutrients are now able to enter the bloodstream.

If the intestinal tract is not functioning, then we are dying in our own pollution. However, if we cleanse the intestinal tract, the body will naturally eliminate the toxins and absorb nutrients. Then we can live again.

by Cleansing or Surgery

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