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Internal Bath

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When you wake up in the morning you take a bath or shower, wash our face, brush our teeth, comb and groom your hair, pamper and lotion your body and get dressed.

But, what about cleaning your body on the inside? You fast all night and toxins are just sitting in your body waiting for release. You break your fast by eating breakfast (Breaking the Fast), but do you cleanse our insides. Yes, you may go to the bathroom and release some of your body stored waste but do you give it that good cleansing it needs to help you release your toxins?

There are several ways you can take an internal bath and I will provide you with just a few. I suggest you do this first thing in the morning before you shower and eat allowing time for a good elimination.

Plain Water Internal Bath:

First Internal Bath is to simply drink 20 – 30 ounces of warm or room temperature water within 20 to 30 minutes. Wait about 30 minutes to one hour and your body will start to release the fecal/mucus and toxins that if not released can be reabsorbed back into your system and that can cause health problems.

Water and Sea Salt Internal Bath:

A second simple Internal Bath is 30 – 32 ounces of warm water and 1 tablespoon of Celtic Sea Salt or a similar brand. Mix well and drink all the water within 20 to 30 minutes.

These next few Internal Baths require a three step process.

Water and Lemon Bath:

For the Water and Lemon Internal Bath, you will need only water and lemon or lime.

½ lemon or lime freshly juiced
3 – 10 to 12 ounces of warm or room temperature water (30 – 36 ounces).

Drink 10 to 12 ounces of warm or room temperature water, drink another 10 to 12 ounces of warm water or room temperature water with the juice of ½ lemon, then drink another 10 to 12 ounces of warm or room temperature water.

With this process think about the first 10 to 12 ounces of water as if you were just stepping into the shower. Then the second 10 to 12 ounces of water with lemon is your soap (think about lathering up your bath sponge with soap). As you drink your lemon water it is going through your body helping the toxins to leave almost like using a gentle scrubbing motion through your body and dumping the waste so it can be ready for release. Then drink the last 10 to 12 ounces of water and it will be like rinsing off the soap (your lemon water) and flushing the remaining toxins through your body (this process should be completed within 20 to 30 minutes) so after 30 minutes to one hour you will be releasing some fecal/mucus and toxins from your body.

Water and Apple Cider Vinegar Internal Bath:

The third Internal Bath will be almost like the second, instead of using water and lemon you will be using water and two tablespoons of Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar or any similar brand making sure it is organic and contains what is called the Mother.

So you will need:
2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar
3 – 10 to 12 ounces of warm or room temperature water
One table spoon of honey or maple syrup (both are optional, for taste)
1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper (optional, but will help with cleansing process).

Repeat the same steps provided with the Water and Lemon Internal Bath above.

Warm water is the most recommended for all the Internal Baths but room temperature water works as well. Your body will love you…


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Gout

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WHAT IS GOUT?

First let’s talk little about Gout. What is Gout? Gout is a high amount of Uric Acid in one or more joint(s) (most common places that Gout occurs are in your big toe, feet, ankles, knees, elbows and or your wrist), in a blood test your Uric Acid, Serum will be at 7.1mg/dl and above. This build-up of Uric Acid in the body crystallizes and you get Gout Spikes which are very sharp and feels like tiny pins or daggers in the joints that are very painful and causes the area to become inflamed. Our body then send white blood cells to the affected area to fix the problem as a healing response but it only makes the area that is inflamed to become worse because the white blood cells are popped by the sharp Uric Acid Crystals and causes more pain.

The pain can be aggravated by clothing or anything touching or covering the area. Pain killers, soaking in Epson salt, wrappings, crying and praying will not make the pain go away.

SOME THINGS TO AVOID THAT MAY HELP

Eating Alkaline foods and drinking Alkaline beverages will help your body to ward off issues like Gout. Having a pH balance lifestyle will reduce the overload of Uric Acid and decrease the inflammation in the body. Don’t forget about your water, you need good Alkaline water to flush your system.

Meats to avoid:

Bacon, Beef, Chicken, Duck, Ham, Liver, Kidney, Pork, Turkey, Veal and Venison.

Seafood to avoid:

Anchovies, Codfish, Crab, Haddock, Herring, Lobster, Mussels, Oysters, Sardines, Shrimp, Scallops and Trout.

Beverages to avoid:

Alcoholic products and Sugary Drinks (sugar/high fructose corn (syrup)).

TREATMENT

If you must have any of the meats, seafood or beverages listed above it is recommended that they be in moderation (limit to once or twice weekly) to keep the Gout from being enflamed and remember to drink lots of Alkaline water (16 to 32 ounces).

For the pain concentrated Oregano works well but it is strong and is recommended to be capped when ingesting.

Doctors will prescribe Indomethacin or Methyl Prednisone (Steroids) to control Gout.

Below is a list of the Top Natural Gout Remedies of 2016. My suggestion is the to look at the ingredients of each. I found the most common ingredients are: Tart Cherry, Celery Seed, Turmeric.

http://natural-gout-treatment.org/index.html#reviews

For more information, please feel free to contact me at: Allison@LLA50.Com


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