原创 Anjani 蜂鸟健康TheHummingBird 2022-01-19 原文
How Celery Juice Helps Heal Diarrhea
The rumor is that celery juice causes diarrhea. Ultimately, it helps alleviate diarrhea. When someone gets the runs after drinking celery juice, it is a temporary healing reaction: an indication that the gut is filled with unproductive bacteria (such as strep), funguses, maybe some viruses, pockets of mucus, and a little bit of mold and yeast. The liver, too, could be full of sludge from bugs and troublemakers: anything from detergents to conventional cleaners to cosmetics, perfumes, and colognes to toxic heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum, and copper to petrochemicals such as gasoline to pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides. Some people already have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), meaning that the intestinal tract, gallbladder, and liver could already be inflamed. When there’s so much toxicity and inflammation going on, dropping celery juice in there means that its sodium cluster salts are hitting everything—killing bugs, flushing out the liver—and diarrhea can result because there’s already an underlying condition. Cluster salts are cleaning agents. Depending on how toxic someone’s system is, the healing reaction can vary. Some people’s systems are more overloaded with pathogens and other troublemakers. When that’s the case, it can make sense to start with less “than 16 ounces and work up from there.
When someone is experiencing diarrhea without drinking celery juice, it could have many different causes. A common one is a negative reaction to foods such as eggs; dairy products, including milk, cheese, and butter; gluten; and even soy and corn. These foods feed pathogens residing in the gut, from the stomach all the way down to the colon and rectum. Strep is a very common bug that loves to feast on these foods. So do EBV, shingles, and aggressive, unfriendly varieties of fungus (not including Candida, which is friendly).
Proliferation of these bugs can lead to an imbalance in the gut, with not enough productive microorganisms present to keep the unproductive ones in check. As a result, the unhelpful bugs multiply, which can lead somebody to become chronically inflamed all through the small intestine and colon. Pockets can expand in the intestinal tract, and some areas can even shrink, leading to diagnoses of Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, SIBO, IBS, and even colitis. Symptoms can range from mild bowel irritation to severe ulcers and inflammation to somebody just living life with a little bit of diarrhea that never gets diagnosed.
Celery juice helps reverse diarrhea by destroying and eliminating these unproductive varieties of bacteria and viruses. It weakens them, breaks them down, and helps flush them out of the digestive tract. Celery juice also helps feed productive bacteria with trace minerals “and special protective, strengthening antioxidants that only celery juice possesses so that these beneficial microorganisms can reestablish themselves at healthy levels. Once the pathogen load reduces, the liver starts to revitalize and flush out poisons, the intestinal tract pushes out toxins, and chronic inflammation drops dramatically, freeing somebody of diarrhea. If inflammation had reached beyond the gut all the way to the pancreas, celery juice helps rid the pathogens that caused this and revive pancreatic tissue as well. People who consume celery juice long term can rid themselves of diarrhea completely, especially if they’re following dietary and supplemental guidance from the rest of the Medical Medium series. Start with Chapter 8 for ideas.
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