Flax seeds are very effective in clearing the colon and eliminating health-damaging waste. These seeds can be obtained by combining it with kefir, stimulating the intestine to relieve the burden of accumulated toxins. If you want to know how to do this cleaning step by step, read on.
By eliminating mucous membranes, fecal deposits and parasites in the intestines can prevent and cure many health conditions.
In 70 years, our intestines process 100 tons of food and 40,000 liters of liquid, which leads to the conclusion that about 7 kilos of fecal deposits and toxic waste accumulate in the intestine.
They contaminate our blood and cause irreparable damage to the body.
Frequent constipation, altered metabolism, diabetes, excessive or insufficient weight gain, kidney and liver diseases, hearing and vision problems, skin and hair problems and nails, as well as other diseases, ranging from arthritis to cancer, are just some of the signs that your intestines are not clean.
Benefits of Flax Seed to Cleanse the Colon
Enemas or enemas can clean only a small part of the colon – 40-50 centimeters – and treatment with enemas with special equipment is expensive, time consuming and affects the intestinal microflora.
Consuming 1-3 tablespoons of flaxseed meal for three weeks can thoroughly clean the intestines, from mucus and fecal deposits or parasites, while fully preserving the intestinal microflora.
This method provides rapid normalization of weight and fat burning. It has a positive effect on the regulation of lipid metabolism. Flaxseed meal can absorb and remove toxins from the body and reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood.
Indications for consuming flax seed:
- Inflammatory conditions of upper respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract
- Gastritis, colitis, stomach ulcer and duodenum
- Urinary Tract Diseases, Infections, Cystitis, Pyelonephritis
- Excessive body weight, lipid metabolism disorders
Recipe for cleaning the intestine with flax seed meal
Instead of breakfast consume this mixture for 3 weeks:
Week 1: 1 tablespoon flaxseed flour and 100 ml kefir
Week 2: 2 tablespoons flaxseed flour and 100 ml kefir
Week 3: 3 tablespoons of flaxseed flour and 150 ml of kefir
If linseed flour is not available in your local store, you can buy some flax seed and grind them finely. It is not advisable to do something extra for the next few days, as the seeds can become rancid. Each morning prepare a new portion.
Consume this mixture instead of breakfast. Be sure to drink at least 2 liters of water a day. You get better results if you drink water with honey from bees, always look for it to be pure honey.
The cleaning procedure should be practiced once a year.
Note. If you find it difficult to get or prepare Kefir, you can use natural sugar-free yogurt as an alternative, considering that it’s homemade gives you a plus, since you can be sure that each of the yogurt ingredients is natural.