Have you been thinking that you’d like to do a detoxifying cleanse, but really are not good at taking supplements diligently? Well, there is another option. But first, let’s learn about three systems essential to eliminating toxins from your body.
The lymphatic system is often forgotten when it comes to cleansing, but this system is incredibly important. When it is not working well, you might suffer from swelling, inflammation, aches and pains, and bloating. The lymphatic system is a complex system that includes fluid-filled vessels, ducts, and glands –including the tonsils, spleen, and thymus. Its function is to carry toxins and waste away from the tissues.
According to the Canadian Liver Foundation, “the liver is the largest internal and most metabolically complex organ in humans.” It is a very busy organ with over five hundred different jobs, including neutralizing toxins, fighting infection, clotting blood, making hormones, and regulating blood sugar. The liver plays an important role in cleansing the blood by metabolizing alcohol and chemicals and neutralizing and destroying poisonous substances in the body.
The kidneys are also vital in eliminating waste from our bodies. When the kidneys are not functioning properly, toxic waste products are not properly eliminated, blood pressure is not well regulated, and key hormones are not made.
We demand a lot from these incredibly important systems, and though they are designed to repair their own damaged cells, we are exposed to more and more toxins, all while modern lifestyles mean that we are putting an ever-increasing demand on our bodies.
I often recommend a cleansing kit of supplements to help the body manage the toxic load and support the organ systems in their tasks of detoxification. But there is another solution. An injection therapy called biopuncture using the remedies Lymphdiaral (for the lymphatic system), Quassia (for the liver), and Pascorenal (for the kidneys) can be done instead. Simple superficial injections are done once a month or more or less frequently, depending on your individual situation.