Due to the constant production of pollution, chemicals, and contaminants by the human race, our modern world is packed with toxic materials. And while your body is equipped with a natural detoxification system, its cleansing mechanisms were never meant to withstand the constant barrage of chemicals that we subject them to. Combine that with the natural parasites and microbes that we are exposed to daily, and your immune system doesn’t have a chance. By performing an all-natural, herbal body cleanse, you can eliminate the buildup of harmful toxins, microbes, and parasites in your body without compromising the natural balance of the digestive system.

Body Cleanse SystemHow Harmful Substances Affect Your Body

Contaminants in the air and in your food affect you more than you may think. When your body takes in air, water, and food, it transports these vital elements to all parts of your body so that each of your cells can use them. Once the cell is finished, waste products are left behind. Normally, when the cells excrete waste products, the leftover material is flushed away and disposed of. However, in the case of unnatural chemicals and toxins that your body is not equipped to deal with, the harmful substances are left to circulate and accumulate within the body’s tissues.

One clinical trial by the Mount Sinai School of Medicine found an average of 91 industrial compounds, pollutants, and harmful chemicals in the blood of nine volunteers who considered themselves to be normal and healthy. Other studies have shown that toxic mercury and chlorinated pesticides can reside in fat tissues for over ten years!

Dangerous Microbes and Parasites

No matter how often you wash your hands, you still carry around tens of thousands of pathogenic bacteria on your hands. That is nothing compared to the microbes that are present inside your body. While some types of bacteria are healthy and necessary, many other microbes cause infection or disease. The key to a healthy cleanse is to remove the dangerous microbes while leaving the healthy variety behind to flourish.

Parasites are also very common and can be passed easily from animal to human. Some doctors suggest that up to 80% of people have suffered from a parasitic invasion, although they may not know it. While some parasites cause little discomfort and may go unnoticed, others can prove to be a dangerous to the health and even the life of their host. If you live with pets, or if you enjoy international travel on a regular basis, it is highly likely that you have been exposed to parasites.


Performing the right cleanse can rid your body of millions of harmful particles. Not only will this improve the health of your cells, it will leave your immune and digestive systems free to function normally. Some of the benefits you may enjoy by cleansing your body include:

  • Increased energy
  • More manageable weight
  • Improved attention span and concentration
  • Relief from chronic constipation or diarrhea
  • Reduced gas and bloating
  • Relief from heartburn and acid reflux
  • Better absorption of nutrients
  • Clearer skin and healthier hair
  • Increased metabolism
  • Reduced symptoms of digestive conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, GERD, or leaky gut
  • Fewer headaches and migraines
  • Reduced allergies

Parasite Cleanse

In order to cleanse your body of parasites in a gentle way, it is best to use a herbal product that won’t strip away the healthy microbes your body needs. It is recommended that you perform a parasite cleanse if you have recently traveled overseas or if you live with pets. As long as you are using an all-natural herbal remedy, there is no health risk associated with staying indefinitely on a parasite cleanse weekly maintenance program. The longer you perform the program, the longer you can ensure a clean body free of pathogens and parasites.

Additional Resources

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