GI Salt Flush

GI Salt Flush/Prakshalana

Salt Flushes are very helpful for cleansing and detoxifying stomach, small intestine and colon. A lot of people suffer from substantial damage to the lining of the entire gastro-intestinal (GI) tract. Poor dietary choices, gallstones, lack of bile, and overeating contribute to the weakening of the digestive organs.

The presence of high quality salt will reverse the damage as the cells uptake the sodium. It also promotes a healthy internal pH that will neutralize the harmful effects of parasites and pathogens. The salt literally flushes the toxins away. It thus relieves flatulence, constipation, indigestion, menstrual cramps, asthma, acne and boils etc. It also prevents urinary infections and the kidney stone formation through lightening the load on the adjacent lymph glands and nerves.

Light eating or fasting greatly enhances its efficacy. It counteracts bad habits of sluggish bowel due to a previous diet of refined foods or a sedentary lifestyle.

Drink anywhere from one half to one quart of warm water (salted with Pink Salt about one tablespoon per quart). Then immediately practice these special five exercises/asanas:

1. Twisting cobra (sarpanasana). Twist to the right then to left. Come down and repeat two more times.

2. Side rolling posture (Dwiparsvasana). This is simple rolling left and right on the abdomen in a non- activated bow position. Laying on the abdomen with the thighs and heels together, simply grab the ankles and roll over the abdomen to the left, back to center, and then to the right.

3. One knee to nose posture (Pavana muktasana), lying on back bring one knee in toward the head. Grab the upper shin with both hands folded while raising the head or nose up to touch the knee. Alternate left knee, right knee, then both knees three times total.

4. Half shoulder stand (Viparita karani). Hold for approximately one minute.

5. Happy Child pose (Padahastasana)- Sitting grab both big toes with both hands and raise them above the head. Balancing try to touch the head to the knees. Hold for ten seconds and repeat for a total of three times.

Repeat these in cycles three or four times until the bowels begin to move. Then drink 1 glass of warm salted water again and repeat these exercises until the bowels move again. Drink 1 glass of warm saline water after each asana cycle until only clear water is discharged.

Eat only light non-spicy food that day. After the flush wait at least one hour to eat. Your first meal should be cooked brown rice.

Not recommended for heart patients and those suffering from high blood pressure, edema, ascites, and serious diseases of the intestines.

Disclaimer: The FDA has not evaluated any of these statements. Please seek immediate medical care for any urgent trauma. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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