Boulder Colonic Center Blog & News

This is the default teaser text option. You can remove or edit this text under your "General Settings" tab. This can also be overwritten on a page by page basis.


5 Ways to Clean Up…

… and renew your body!

The goal of cleansing is to flush out toxins and pollutants that may have accumulates naturally or unnaturally via substances such as: foods, liquids, air, heavy metals, chemicals, pollutants, bacteria, viruses, and more. For more extensive information on this subject, see http://amzn.to/20By3fr Part III.  Additionally, any “good” or “bad” organisms living inside our bodies—such as intestinal bacteria, parasites, or yeasts—produce metabolic waste.

There are 5 Easy Ways to Clean Up all those toxins and here they are:

The Skin – is the largest of the five elimination organs

Cleansing or detoxification via the skin can be done with:

  • Active Exercise – sweating
  • Hot baths or hot tubs
  • Steam saunas or vapor caves
  • Bikram Yoga (hot yoga)
  • Deep tissue or lymph drainage massage
  • Infrared saunas – which also provide many other benefits

The Lungs – without breath, we do not live and slow, quiet breathing increases oxygen flow to the body’s cells. Consider using the following techniques:

  • Vigorous exercise with deep breathing
  • Yoga or Pilates breathing

The Kidneys – are responsible for filtering waste from the blood and releasing it through the urine. Some of the following may assist in cleansing your kidneys:

  • Kidney cleansing herbs* such as: hydrangea, gravel, or marshmallow root; parsley, goldenrod, ginger, Uva Ursi (bearberry), black cherry concentrate, vitamin B6, and magnesium oxide. * Consult with your health care practitioner for the correct use and dosages.
  • Drink unsweetened cranberry juice
  • Lots and lots of clean water.

The Liver – The liver is the body’s primary detoxification organ. The two primary methods of cleansing the liver (and gallbladder) include:

  • Liver/Gallbladder Flush’s – The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush by Andreas Moritz.
    • Two phases are applied to a liver flush for best results * Always consult with your health care practitioner to insure this is the right protocol for your health situation.
    • The two phases are:
      1. Preparation, including the recommended dietary and lifestyle changes, for one to six weeks prior to the flush based on your health condition
      2. The actual flush, which typically lasts 36 hours from beginning to end
    • Herbal formulas – * Use only as directed by the manufacturer or your health care practitioner.

The Colon – also known as the large intestines, is where nutrient absorption is finalized, stool is dehydrated, and waste material is passed out of the body. Maintaining a clean colon is imperative to overall good health! Here are a few ideas to assist in cleaning your colon:

  • Colonics or colon hydrotherapy – open or closed system or colema board
  • Herbal cleanses *Use only as directed by the manufacturer or your health care practitioner.
  • Bentonite clay
  • High water-content foods such as fruits, vegetables, squashes, and roots
  • Fibrous foods such as grains, beans, legumes, greens, berries, etc.

Help yourself to be healthy, energized, and strong!

For Videos on Health: http://bit.ly/1RYWcvN SUBSCRIBE

For more extensive information on this subject, see http://amzn.to/20By3fr Part III.

About the Author : Mardell HillMardell has over 17 years of experience in cleansing and has operated Clear Health since 2005. “Colonic enemas are a detoxification opportunity for people seeking alternatives to laxatives and creating better bowel movement. Colon cleansing may be the most important step you take to establishing and maintaining optimum health.” –Mardell, certified colonic enema assistant.View all posts by Mardell Hill

    No Twitter Messages.