- Stop Fighting – Simply Get Healthy
- pH Balancing
- Improving calcium transport and cellular oxygenation
Stop Fighting – Get Healthy
It is a slight adjustment to thinking, but you cannot cure a disease you can really only treat it. When you alter your mindset from fighting the disease to simply getting healthier it really changes the way you approach the battle against herpes. It also helps eliminate a lot of the stress associated with “fighting” the disease. When you feel an outbreak coming on, you simply need to get more health through cleansing, sleep, and exercise. But don’t let these “basic” ideas fool you, there is a lot of work ahead.
You must clean out your system. Your system is very effective at eliminating illness if it has the proper systems online. The main systems that nourish your body are the GI tract, and the blood. The main systems that eliminate waste are the blood, liver, kidneys, and lymphatic system. If any of these systems are offline, then you cannot get the proper nutrients into your body to help fight infection and your body cannot remove the infection effectively. In order to get these systems back online you must do the following cleanses:
- Intestinal Cleanse
- Any store bought intestinal cleanse will do, however, I really like the Renew Life cleanses. Over time waste material sticks to the walls of your intestine and the nutrients have a harder and harder time getting through the sludge and into your system. Additionally, there are tons of toxins traps in that waste material which are making you sick.
- Parasite Cleanse
- Yes, this is a very off-putting topic, but the average American has 3-10 pounds of parasites living inside of them. These parasites generate waste and toxins that your body must deal with instead of allowing it to focus on the removal of infections.
- For the parasite cleanse I like the Renew Life Paragone cleanse and the Barefoot Herbalists Dewormer.
- Do a 30 day parasite cleanse to start
- Liver Cleanse (Can be done 14 days into your parasite cleanse, but the parasites must be gone in order to effectively clean the liver)
- The liver filters your blood and is also the dumping ground for the lymphatic system. Over time this garbage dump becomes quite congested and must be purged.
- I highly recommend the Hulda Clark liver cleanse as it is very straight forward and all of the supplies can found at your local grocery store. If you start on Friday/Saturday at 2pm you can be back to normal life by 6pm Saturday/Sunday. However, there are a number of cleanses that can be done.
- When drinking the Epsom Salt, I use 3/4 cup of fresh apple juice mixed with 1 Tbsp. of Epsom Salt, then add ice and drink with a straw. It is much more bearable.
- You will need to do a number of these. It took me 6-10 liver flushes done every other week before my liver was purged of all of the liver stones. Also, as your systems come back online and you begin to effectively fight the herpes virus you will want to continue doing these at least monthly. Chances are you have decades of waste built up in your body that is going to be purged through the liver. As that cleaning process takes place the liver is going to become a very dirty and congested place.
- Kidney, Blood, Cellular Cleanse
I am just getting the premium pages updated, but here is what I currently do to completely stop an outbreak in its tracks.
1/4 tsp. of baking soda mixed in a glass of water
I drink this 1-3 times a day depending on the severity of the outbreak. 1/4 tsp. of baking soda goes a long way toward alkalizing your system and neutralizing the acidic herpes virus.
Many days I do not need alkalizing and I will bypass the baking soda, however, I do try to take my Salt/C at least once a day, but 1-3 times is per day is normal:
It is perfectly acceptable to mix all three of these items together. The acidic Vitamin C actually becomes a great alkalizer once neutralized by the baking soda.
You can read more on the basic Salt/C Protocol at Lymephotos.com.
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