Internal Cleansing – Beginning with Your Colon

Christina Dodd 

It is easy to mess up your health. But it takes a lot of work from yourself and doctors to bring it back to its original healthy state. The most appropriate method to avoid the problem of dealing with the threat of health ailments is to eat and drink the right way, and everything else should fall into place. This is the first step to take if you want to get your precious body thoroughly cleansed.

Why is it Essential to Detoxify the Body?

Detoxifying the body by cleansing various organ systems is important for a number of reasons. The first is to avoid the build up of waste and poisons in your body, and the second is to remove these from your body with a structured inner cleaning procedure.

There are several internal parts of your body that should be regularly cleansed, including the colon, kidneys, liver and gallbladder. An additional area that might also contribute to your inner cleaning procedure is a dental clean up – several teeth could be infected with bacteria, which in the end can turn into very harmful toxins.

Internal Cleansing Begins with the Colon

The colon is the most important of all of these organs to ensure you are in the best of health. The colon collects fecal waste, processes and then eliminates it from the body. In addition to excreting feces, the colon also excretes parasites, bad bacteria and toxins which are present in the intestines.

Lack of adequate elimination of the colon, due to bad diet or overeating, results in the buildup of harmful toxins in your system. The toxins generating from this will spread throughout the body, affecting all the other organs to greater or lesser degrees.

Flushing the most susceptible organs frees your body of the toxins and makes it healthier. The colon is basically a waste collector for toxins, so it makes sense to begin with this area when cleansing the body.

Recommended Sequence for Internal Cleansing

Here is the generally recommended sequence of events in the internal cleansing process:

  • Cleanse the colon first. The initial phase in an inner cleanse consists of – our course – the bowel or colon. The three major parts of this routine consists of a diet that is good for the colon (with plenty of fiber), a complete parasite cleaning (a unique type of inner cleaning with the purpose of removing parasites out of your colon and body) and at last, an intense colon cleanse. These three steps should be taken concurrently. This part of the process is vital, and depending on your specific circumstances and health conditions, it could take from just a few days to a few weeks.
  • A Cleanse of the Kidney and Teeth. The second step is a dental cleaning and a kidney cleansing. Kidney cleansing is beneficial if there is an indication of stone or crystal formation, or you are having any kidney or lower back pain. Dental care should be done if there is an infected cavity/root, or a filling with amalgam.
  • Cleansing of the Liver and Gallbladder. The third step, which is cleaning the gall bladder and liver, is essential. In fact, you’ll need to repeat the process several times, depending on your health – from as few as three times if you are in good health, up to as many as 20 times if you are suffering from a chronic health problem.

The above-mentioned sequence is only a suggested guideline and not a hard and fast rule. You or your doctor could decide to do things in a totally different order. It is, however, more beneficial to start the detoxification process with your colon. And continue with a healthy diet, at least until you finish your cleansing regimen.