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halitosis cause: constipation summary (cont)

Halitosis, Constipation & Toxins: Everyone has toxins, and some may say, “So what?”  But the point to stress here is, if you’re constipated (less than 2 bowel movements per day), then you are MORE toxic than normal. And, you’re placing overwhelming stress on all of the body’s processes. The effects of constipation will catch up to you. It may take decades, perhaps 20 years, but the body does begin to fail. How could it not?

The colon, kidneys, and liver are amazing, and could reverse damage and eliminate excess toxins, if given a chance. But if constipation persists, these organs have no rest, no opportunity to spend time on “extra” work like cleaning built-up waste and toxins. There’s no chance to overcome. Thus, auto-toxification. And for some, halitosis.  And beyond halitosis, colon cancer is also a significant concern.

Colon cancer is one of the most frequent types of cancer, if not the most frequent type. The number goes up each year. Constipation, and the resulting toxins, plaque build-up (housing the “nasty beasties”), and reduced nutrient absorption, are the primary common denominators in colon cancer. 

How Do You Know if You’re Toxic?
Would you know that you’re “toxic”? Not unless you were familiar with this information and that halitosis can result. Most likely, you’d just recognize that you were tired all of the time, not thinking clearly, no energy, reduced sex-drive, frequent illnesss (2+/yr), and other inconvenient symptoms that, on their own don’t seem like much, but combined…Bingo! Something’s NOT right.

But, if you DO have halitosis, please recognize that halitosis could very well be a symptom of something greater. Most people view halitosis as an independent condition, unrelated to whatever else may be occurring in the body. Halitosis would not occur in a “perfectly healthy” person, as the body was meant to function.

Tomorrow:  Halitosis / Constipation Summary (cont)
Renée



Hello world!

This is my first blog posting for NeemFirst. Woo!

This blog is about Neem, an amazing tree with amazing applications. Enough with the “amazing”, but it really is. Neem is a tree relatively unknown in the U.S., especially for its health and insect-control applications.  Health and insect-control from the same herb? Yeah – keep reading.

It’s one of the most diversified herbs out there, categorized among the safest, least toxic of substances. Neem kills bacteria, candida, fungus, virus; stimulates the immune system; kills and deters hundreds of insects; and it’s soothing to the skin, with increased tissue elasticity (ie less wrinkles).  Amazing, right?  The applications could be limitless. But I didn’t learn about Neem until years of exposure to the arena of vitamins and herbs.

Anyway, I’m in my 30’s, and have endured some “strange” health challenges for about 10 years, one after the other, like layers in an onion. Regular medical doctors told me I was “fine”.  Nothing showed in my bloodwork, which meant that nothing was wrong with me (at least not physically, my friends would say). But I knew the body wasn’t meant to feel as awful as mine did. So, amidst my relatives’ whispers that I was a hypochondriac, I set out on a journey to find some answers. Neem was one of those answers.  This Blog is part of my website, www.neemfirst.com, created to inform others looking for their own answers. Neem could be it. What could be more perfect than a blog?

Please join me in discovering Neem, what Neem can do for you and the hundred (+) ways Neem can be used to improve health: for the body, a beloved pet, your home and garden.

See you in the Blog-o-Sphere!

– NeemFirst Lady

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ps, before you use Neem, check the contraindications of using this herb. Remarkably safe, there are a few things you should know.