It is known that in order to cure many diseases it is sufficient to clean the intestines from mucus, fecal deposits and other parasites.
70 years of life, our intestines process 100 tons of food and 10.000 gallons of fluid, which means that the stomach accumulate 30 pounds of fecal deposits and toxic waste. They poison the blood and the body, and cause irreparable damage.
The fact that the intestines are dirty can be seen by frequent constipation, impaired metabolism, diabetes, excessive or insufficient weight, kidney and liver diseases, hearing and vision impairment, poor condition of the skin, hair and nails, and other diseases ranging from arthritis to cancer.
With the help of an enema can be cleansed only a small part of the colon, ie 15-20 inches and the treatment to clear the intestines using a special equipment is very expensive, lengthy and not harmless to the intestinal microflora.
Eating one to three tablespoons of linseed meal within three weeks can completely clear the colon and small intestine of mucus buildup, fecal deposits and parasites whilst fully preserving the intestinal microflora. This method allows rapid normalization of the weight and burning the fat deposits. Positively influences the regulation of the lipid metabolism. Flaxseed flour can absorb and eliminate toxins in the body and reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.
This remedy will help you if you have gastritis, colitis, ulcers of the stomach and duodenum, infections of the urinary tract, cystitis, pyelonephritis, obesity, and impaired metabolism.
Instead of breakfast, for three weeks consume this mixture:
First week: 1 tablespoon flaxseed meal mixed with ½ cup of Greek yogurt
Second week: 2 tablespoons flaxseed meal mixed with ½ cup of Greek yogurt
Third week: 3 tablespoons flaxseed meal mixed with ¾ cup Greek yogurt
If you have problem finding flaxseed meal, just buy flaxseed and grind it. It is best to grind them every morning.
It is also mandatory to drink 8-12 cups of water a day.
Cleaning of the intestines should be done once a year.
Source: Healthy Food Team