colon-cleans-370x247There are many ways to colon cleanse. But we will dwell on these miraculous natural vegetables juices.

For starters, we recommend checking your colon. A few days (3 to 7 days) drink juice from cabbage. If you then start to notice that you are bothered by frequent gases, a feeling of nausea, or any other unpleasant symptoms it means only one thing: your intestines are eased and get rid of toxins.

With the help of the juice of cabbage, we concluded that the intestines need cleaning. And the next stage is the immediate cleansing of the body. The most helpful for this will be the juice of the worms.

For complete purification, it is necessary to drink 2-4 liters of carrot juice every two or three weeks daily (the amount of juice depends on the degree of contamination of the organism)

Sometimes the carrot juice cleaning process is followed by changing the color of the skin. The thing is that during the purification process, such a large amount of impurities can be ejected which the intestines and urinary tract cannot endure. Of course, then the dirt goes to the lymph and comes out through the skin pores.

There is another way to purify with a great mixture prepared with carrot juices and spinach. The proportions of the juices in the mixture are as follows: 10 parts of carrots, 6 parts of spinach. Of course, this way requires the complete exclusion of meat products in the diet during the cleaning. If you have started fasting and if you have a strong will, you can purify the organism in the mentioned manner.

Cleaning your body can also be done with a mixture prepared with carrot juices and beets as follows:

Requirements: 2 cups fresh carrot juice; 1 cup of beets juice. Mix the fresh juice of carrots with the beets juice, which previously stood for 2 hours in the refrigerator.

Consummation:

It is necessary to drink 1 liter of juice per day divided into five servings. Drink the juice in small sips and slowly.

In addition, it is recommended that you eat 150 to 200 grams of cellulose, the residue left in the preparation of the juice.