Natural detox diet: The easy way to detoxification

June 18th, 2007

Considering that scant regard that we pay to our diet, periodic natural detox diets can be very helpful in maintaining health. Detox diets help to cleanse the system of Toxins that accumulate in the body over time.

The human body is a complex system. But this system has perfect balance in which various parts of the body interact and function to maintain a healthy mind and a healthy body. For example, the effectiveness of the digestive and Detoxification system is dependent upon vital secretions from various other organs like the liver, gall bladder and pancreas. The digestive system takes up the nutrients required for energy. The Detoxification process breaks up Toxins into less harmful substances that can, then be excreted through urine and stool.

The system can effectively handle Toxins produced during natural processes, under normal conditions. One such natural source of Toxins is ammonia. Ammonia is produced in the process of the breakdown of Proteins. And Toxins such as these can be handled by the normal functioning of the body.

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Concentrations When Using Essential Oils

June 18th, 2007
  • Massage - 1 to 3 drops essential oil per 5 ml Carrier Oil
  • Compress - 2 to 6 drops essential oil per 6 to 8 ounces very hot water (soak cloth, wring out, and apply)
  • Inhalant - 2 to 6 drops essential oil per 8 to 16 ounces very hot water (inhale vapor)
  • Bath - 4 to 8 drops essential oil per pre-run bath water
  • Footbath - 2 to 6 drops essential oil 8 to 16 ounces of very hot water
  • Room Fragrance - 4 to 6 drops essential oil per 3 to 6 ounces water (heat with Candle)
  • Facial Oil - 1 drop essential oil per 10 ml Carrier Oil
  • Lotion - 1 drop essential oil per 5 ml spring water (shake before using)
  • Scalp Oil - 1 to 4 drops essential oil per 10 ml Carrier Oil
  • Hair Rinse - 4 drops essential oil per 1 liter warm water
  • Mouthwash - 1 to 2 drops essential oil per 8 to 16 ounces spring water (shake before using)

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