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Samples of actual colons under the stress of everyday poor diet and lifestyle.

Strictured colon

Diseased transverse colon

Prolapsed transverse colon

Diverticula; a very painful problem

Almost everyone has a serious problem with intestinal disorders and the diseases which come as a result. These intestinal tract problems often eventually contribute to the development of many acute, chronic, and degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes; as well as a lack of energy, digestive weaknesses, poor eyesight, memory loss, joint and mobility difficulties, and sexual dysfunction.

The American Cancer Society (ACS) expected 1,399,790 new cancer cases diagnosed in 2006 alone. This does not include skin cancers which have attributed to more than 1,000,000 reported cases in recent years. Men have a 1 in 2 risk of developing cancer. Women have a 1 in 3 risk of developing cancer. Only 5% - 10% is caused by genetics. ACS revealed through studies that:

  • Cancer is a result of damage to genes (mutations) that occurs throughout our lifetime, due to internal factors such as hormones, digestion of nutrients within the cells, and external factors such as chemicals.
  • Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in men.
  • Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths across the board, male and female.
  • Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women.
  • Cancer is the second leading cause of death next to heart disease.
  • More than 600,000 cancer deaths are expected to occur in 2007 that will have been directly related to nutrition, physical activity, and other lifestyle factors. Most of you did not inherit this, you created it!

In fact, people consume large amounts of toxins daily, such as white flour, pastas, over-processed foods, preservatives, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, hormones in beef and chicken, and antibiotics and other drugs. Most of these toxins are stored in the colon and cell tissue. They are also stored in the blood and the body's weak areas. Water and nutrients are absorbed through the intestines. Many people suffer from malnutrition and auto-intoxication (self poisoning) which result in disease, parasites and filth, because of a gradual buildup of many layers of a sticky mucoid plaque in the intestinal tract. The more we continue this pattern of poor diets, the more this mucous film builds up. In order to effectively overcome any ailment that is affecting the body, it must be free of these toxins.

We eliminate toxins from our body through five main systems - the colon, kidneys, skin, lungs, and lymphatics. The alimentary canal, which begins at the mouth and ends at the anus, is one of our body's absolute vital systems. Its purpose is the taking in of nourishment, the digestion and assimilation of that nourishment, the absorption from the bloodstream of waste products, and the expelling of those waste products from the body. Keeping the alimentary canal (the colon and the small intestine) cleansed and strong so it can perform at optimum levels is vitally important to the health of the entire whole body.

Diet is a most important aspect in cleansing and feeding the alimentary canal and the entire body. Chewing food activates the salivary glands to produce saliva. The saliva performs several necessary functions, including moistening the mouth and the food so that it can be tasted, chewed and swallowed. The saliva also begins the digestion of starches. After the food is swallowed, it passes through the esophagus and on into the stomach. The stomach, depending on what foods are in it, will then produce or send out messages to other parts of the digestive system to produce the necessary digestive juices.

Even if you are eating healthy, organic, well-grown foods, eating the proper combinations of food is nearly as important to one's good health as any single part of your diet. Proteins need an acid to break down and starches need alkaline, therefore they should never be eaten at the same meal. The acid and alkaline will neutralize one another leaving nothing to digest the food. The body will produce more digestive juices which will only continue to neutralize each other. This process will also expend much of the body's energy. (This is why we are so tired after a big meal of meat and potatoes). In the meantime, the protein foods will rot and the starches will ferment, causing such symptoms as foul-smelling gas, heartburn, stomach ache, headache, etc. After several hours in the stomach, the stomach will finally release this rotting, partially digested mess on into the small intestine, letting it try to deal with the problem.

Fruits are excellent and wonderfully cleansing when eaten properly, but can cause very uncomfortable problems when combined with other foods. Always wait 20-30 minutes after eating fresh fruits and one hour after eating dried fruits before consuming any other food.

Properly combined foods will generally only be in the stomach about four hours and by that time will be as completely broken down as the stomach can accomplish. This semi-liquid mass will then pass on into the small intestine. Improperly combined foods may remain up to eight hours in the stomach and will still not be thoroughly broken down before passing into the small intestine.

Any food other than raw fruits and vegetables is mucous forming, even if only slightly so, and even though it may be considered health food. We should eat at least 75% fresh fruits and vegetables.


The small intestine is comprised of about 23 feet of twisting tubing 1"- 2" in diameter, coiled within the abdomen. The pancreas empties digestive juices into the small intestine to break down protein, fats, and carbohydrates. The liver also helps with the digestion of fats. The food then passes through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream and lymph. When in a healthy condition, this large surface area makes the absorption capacity of the small intestine very significant and effective.

The major portion of the food consumed has now been broken down and passed through the small intestinal walls into the bloodstream of the body. Any indigestible bulk fiber from the food will remain in the small intestine to be passed on into the large intestine.


The large intestine, the colon, is about five feet in length and about two inches in diameter. The body's waste materials are accumulated and stored in the large intestine and rectum until there is enough to be pushed down and expelled out of the anus. There may be serious assimilation problems when the intestinal wall is blocked with hard impacted sticky fecal matter.

A healthy colon should weigh about 5 pounds. Hardened, encrusted colons have been found at autopsy to weigh 40 pounds or more! Many times there is so much putrid matter that parts of the colon expand from the normal 2-1/2 inches in diameter to an obscene 10 or even 20 inches in very obese people, leaving a pathway of only about a pencil's width in the center through which excreted matter can pass.

Nearly everyone in our modern age is constipated, even though they think they are not because they have a bowel movement once a day. Much of our diet creates mucous which is very sticky, and this stickiness adheres partially to the bowels and remains, building up year after year. Like a new born baby with a perfect digestive system, every time we eat a meal, we should have a bowel movement - 3 times a day. When we take a meal in, we should eliminate one out. So if you do not have the urge to have a bowel movement within one half hour after finishing a meal, you are constipated. Diarrhea is just as much of a problem also, because it means your colon is so laden with harmful bacteria, (and usually parasites too, which love putrid, decaying matter) that it is constantly irritated. It may most likely have a stricture in it (pulling and twisting from the weighted matter), so that only skinny small liquid amounts can pass through, creating diarrhea.

When the small intestines are affected by having waste built up on their inner walls, nutrient absorption is greatly diminished. Perhaps this is why so many of us tire and feel exhausted so easily. Our cells are not getting fed!

Even when healthy food is eaten, it can be caught in this sticky lining and eventually rot and add to the problem rather than serving its proper role of keeping the body healthy and functioning properly. A filthy bowel will then back up and pollute the entire body. Since most of the digestion and absorption of nutrients goes on in the small intestines, if there is a hardened and sticky layer of debris on the intestinal walls, it will interfere with the release of digestive enzymes and hormones. New food is unable to be properly broken down so it can be used by the body. The hardened layer of debris will be the only thing available for the blood to pick up and distribute to the rest of the body. This process results in starving and polluting the body with its own worst poisons.

Because of the body's ability to withstand and cope with a constant onslaught of bad diet, negative thinking habits, breathing polluted air, drinking poor quality or too little water, terrible toilet habits, etc., it usually takes years for the full effects of these problems to come to fruition in a person's body. Invariably though, small, annoying health problems will plague a person for years, signaling a major health crisis which is most assuredly in the making.

When a body becomes overloaded with toxic material, the blood will dump these poisons on the weakest body organ or area. The poisons affect the organ (since the organ is weak and has diminished ability to throw off the constantly accumulating toxins). The organ then becomes further weakened to the point that it cannot fight at all and degenerates into uselessness or dies. The dying or dead organ will add to the body's accumulation of toxins and the toxins then go on to attack the next weakest organ, and in this way, progress throughout the body. Of course, if the first organ to be attacked is one of our absolutely vital organs such as lungs, heart, brain, etc., death of the entire body may not be too long in coming.

Along the way, the body may develop many other colon problems such as diverticulosis, diverticulitis, hernias, collapsed colon, ballooned colon, prolapsed colon, redundant colon, spastic colon, hemorrhoids and/or piles, constipation, diarrhea, autointoxication or colon cancer.

Intestinal cleansing is an absolute necessity for the actual relief of any disease. The colon is the prime starting place for cleansing because once clean, it will not be throwing its poisons into the bloodstream. Digestion and nutrient absorption will be so much more thorough and the body will have the nutrition necessary to properly feed, cleanse and repair itself.

A good, thorough bowel cleanse may take up to three or four months for a middle-aged person or older person who has lived on devitalized foods for the major portion of their life. It will be well worth it, however.

Eating healthy, bowel-cleansing, bulky foods with high water content is a good start. The fresh waste material will be cleansed from the bowels with a clean diet, and it is probable that some of the sticky sludge lining the intestinal walls will eventually be removed as well. Diet alone will never break down and clear out most of the fecal matter that has had years to complete its decaying process, and become hard, rubbery, and very much cemented to the inner intestinal walls.

Many herbalists advocate colon cleansing as the cure for 90 percent of all diseases, and I personally have found it to be enormously beneficial in terms of both preventative and curative healing.

While cleansing the bowels, you will be much more comfortable and able to remain functioning in a normal lifestyle, rather than be sick in bed if you cleanse your blood and immune system at the same time.

Remember, it took years of unhealthy living to bring your body to this condition, and it will take several months to remedy. Don't give up hope, however! It can be done. Thousands have benefited already, and you can be next.

Detox KitNow that you are ready to cleanse, click here for information on our complete Detoxification Program. How do you know when you have completed the cleanse? When you have thoroughly cleansed, your bowel movements should come out easily without gas, and within seconds; they should be all in one piece and float in the toilet (mucus makes it sink); should be light brown in color; they should not smell very much; should be smooth, cylindrical, and not compacted; and they should break up easily when the toilet is flushed. You should not have to sit on the toilet very long. If you do, you are constipated!

Many people make cleansing a semi-annual or an annual event! Most people feel so good and have such wonderful results, they look forward to cleansing at least once or twice a year. Some of the benefits you may see are: more energetic, feel healthier, better skin, fewer wrinkles, healthier hair, stronger nails, stronger immunity to disease, less desire for junk foods because of receiving nourishment from foods they are eating, enjoy more recreational activities, enjoy more satisfying sex (because you do not have the internal pressure of an overburdened colon), have more joy and happiness in their lives.

We do not recommend cleansing if you are pregnant or nursing. You may check with your doctor if you like.

Herbs act as the most effective cleansers for breaking down and releasing this build up, while strengthening and building the bowels.

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