Spring Detox Season
You live a crazy, busy life entailing long hours, lots of chemicals & toxins in our food. Not to mention the environment, alcohol, caffeine, drugs to poor nutrition and so on. In Chinese Medicine, it is your Liver energy that is bogged down with the stress, toxins of your body experiences. A Spring Cleanse could help with this.
Hayfever In Spring
This is why it is so common for people to have hay fever in spring. It’s not just the excess pollen in the air, because not everyone reacts to it! If you suffer from hayfever, then your Liver energy needs a good cleanse. It needs lots of greens and goodies so that is stops reacting to things in your environment.
Liver Qi Stagnation
The Liver energy processes our hormones and has an important role in blood circulation for fertility. In Chinese Medicine, when your Liver energy becomes it’s called Qi Stagnation. This is a very common pattern that people in Melbourne have. This is why a Spring Cleanse comes in handy.
Spring Cleanse: Why Gallbladder?
Symptoms Of Sediment In The Gallbladder Include:
periodic pain below the right front side of the rib cage
tension in the back of the shoulders near the neck
bitter taste in the mouth
Benefits of Gallbladder Cleansing
Attention: Always cleanse with the support of a qualified, experienced and registered Health Practitioner. If unsure always seek advice from your GP.
Gradual Gallbladder Cleanse (The Gentle Option)
Gall Bladder Flush
I am not advocating you to do this or recommending it either. This is for information only.
The Mild Gall Bladder Flush
A Metaphysical Perspective On The Liver & Gallbladder
This information was taken from pp.322-325 of Paul Pitchford’s, Healing with Wholefoods.
Spring Cleanse Now
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