Colon cleansing was first practiced by the Greeks in Ancient Greece. Nowadays, with our culture’s incessant search for natural health, this procedure has begun to be debated by several professionals and researchers in the field.
The truth is that there are numerous ways to perform a natural intestinal cleansing. You can use teas, soups, and products sold exclusively for bowel cleansing.
The colon plays a very important role in our body. It maintains our body’s water balance and regulates our immune system. But its main purpose is to remove toxic waste from your body.
There are several natural remedies that can be used in this detox process that have no side effects.
In today’s video, we’re going to share a totally natural, healthy, and effective detox treatment. This juice can both clean your colon and eliminate toxins due to its diuretic and antioxidant properties.
1 slice of natural pineapple;
1 tablespoon of fresh parsley.
It’s preferable that you use organic fruit.
After washing your ingredients, blend them all with with a little water. It´s recommended to drink this smoothie once a day for a week, every morning on an empty stomach.
If this recipe is too hard or time consuming for your daily life, there is an excellent alternative which also helps with the bowel cleansing process.
Just mix the juice from half of a freshly squeezed lemon with half a glass of warm water. It is recommended that you drink this mixture before going to bed.
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