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littlebit27
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I have a question...not for me. For someone else. When you are on paracleanse (spell) should you detox????

She tried lemon water, and that made her throw up. But shouldn't there be some type of detox doing on?

Her LLMD told her NO DETOX at all. Is this correct?

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No Detox?? What? That doesn't make sense to say that.

If she's feeling ill on parasite treatment she can take bentonite clay or activated charcoal, go to a FIR sauna, and many other detox methods you can find with the search feature.

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Her LLMD may have had a reason. For example, when I was dealing with mold, I had so many toxins in my system I could take binders and fiber to bind them up for elimination but anything that would pull out even more toxins would have been very bad for me.

You might ask him to elaborate on why no detox?

I agree with the bentonite clay and charcoal suggestion, but be sure her bowels are moving.

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Yeah they're moving, I'm pretty sure of that.

They are saying something about she has too much die off that she shouldn't detox...something about too much for her system.

But isn't the whole POINT of detox to REMOVE the DIE OFF??? Someone help me understand this.

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Does the "cleanse" include any detoxification elements? It could be as simple as lots of fiber to help the body excrete any die-off. I don't see how a little lemon water would harm anyone but I'd need the full cleanse ingredients. Perhaps lemon (on an empty stomach) no doubt is just too irritating and acidic if the cleanse contains caustics that irritate the digestive track?

Of course they need to speak with their physician who ordered this for clarification, but I don't see any problems with bentonite clay (provided she has good motility) and stuff like chlorella which is neutral and easy to digest with proven usage

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Some detox helps get the already circulating toxins out. Some detox pulls stored toxins out of tissue. If you pull stored toxins out of tissue and you already have more circulating toxins than you can handle, it might be too much for her.

For example, I've never skin brushed. I am well from Lyme. I recently started skin brushing and new toxins are moving around and made me feel "bad". Not terribly bad, I was still 100% functional, but I could definitely feel the effects of the newly circulating toxins. (that's why I think it's important to work on detox so long after you're well, but that's just my opinion)

A binder will attach to already circulating toxins in the gut. So will fiber. A FIR sauna or a chelator will pull out more toxins. So will skin brushing.

Make sense?

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i also think one needs to really look at what you are taking. someone told be they had a supplement complex that i think was titled toxease.
it had multiple things in it like GSE that would be more of a "killing" agent then something that would really be about detoxing.

baths can help if they are kept mild somethings might ease it like magnisum or it could make them feel a lot worse.

chlorella is somthing my doc thinks is very important for sponging up things. i don't know if it would be a problem to take if you have mercury fillings. i don't have them.

sorry they are feeling so bad. hope it gets better

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I just can't imagine detoxing being a bad thing. But I understand what you are saying six. Definitely. But like if you don't detox how do you get rid of the die off?

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Dr. K suggests Chlorella for some people,depending on what else they have besides just parasite clean up. He is teaching about this in Feb. in NYC! also protocols for clean up on line at www.klinghardtacademy.com Aanyone going?
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