Every spring the earth renews itself. And for those of us who spent the winter hibernating, our bodies are also in need renewal & recommitment.
Appropriate supplementation can assist your body in the detox process.
Probiotics promote the healthy balance of intestinal bacteria. Processed foods, refined carbs, & sugar can easily promote the grown of bad bacteria, like candida, in the gut.
Digestive Enzymes assist the body in the breakdown of food into nutrients the body can absorb.
Psyllium Husk is a dietary fiber that helps draws waste from the digestive system so that it can be eliminated.
Bentonite is a healing clay known for its ability to absorb and remove toxins, heavy metals, impurities, and chemicals. It comes as a powder or liquid.
Green Leafy Vegetables should be the backbone of any whole body cleanse. These super veggies are nutrient dense foods containing chlorophyll. Chlorophyll detoxifies the lymph, blood, & liver. Powered greens can be easily added to water or a smoothie.
Ojibwa Tea is a popular cleansing tea. It contains burdock root, which is known to be a powerful blood-cleansing agent.
Specific Cleanse Formulas: Internal cleanses with specific formulas can help jump start the cleansing process while maintaining healthy body systems. Formulas optimized for heavy metals, yeast (candida), parasites, liver, & kidney cleanses can be especially healing.
Dry Skin Brushing stimulates the body’s circulation and lymphatic systems. Massaging the lymph nodes over the entire body can help the body shed excess water and toxins. It can also turn back the clock for your skin, giving you a natural healthy glow.
Oil Pulling is an ancient remedy that uses oil to clean and detoxify teeth and gums. Upon waking (before eating or drinking anything), swishes couple of teaspoons of a vegetable based oil (like coconut, sesame or olive) in the mouth for 20 minutes and then spit it out and rinse the mouth well.
Detoxing Baths – Adding Epsom salts or food grade hydrogen peroxide to bath water can help draw toxins out of the body through the body’s largest detoxifying organ, the skin.