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Homemade Colon Cleanse - Is it worth your time?

Updated on September 30, 2009

Most of us don’t want to spend a lot of money on certain colon cleanse products and we would like to clean out our colon at home in an inexpensive way.Keep in mind “prevention is better than cure”.

The good thing is, there are many home-made colon cleanse ideas and recipes that can be used regularly in the home. Most of the home made colon cleanse recipes prepared through probiotics, bentonite clay, juice with fruits and vegetables, and psyllium husk or flax seeds.

Probiotics

The colon is made up of good and bad bacteria that need to be balanced out. Eighty percent of good bacteria are best suited for the body to help keep the colon working properly. However, the use of certain types of colon cleansers can actually eradicate some of these good bacteria’s while dealing with the toxins. Probiotics can be used to replace good bacteria on the colon. It is advisable that you use it after your colon is clean.

Bentonite Clay

For hundreds of years, the indigenous tribes have used Bentonite clay for healing the inside of human body. Bentonite clay is a natural detoxifying agent for the body, which can be taken in liquid form or can be eaten. While travelling through the intestinal tract it has to inability to absorb water and absorb the harmful toxins before the body can get rid of them.

Juices

It is advisable that you only use blended or freshly squeezed juices. All the enzymes that are required for the home-made colon cleanse will be burned off if it is cooked.

Being diverse and choosing a number of different types of fresh vegetables and fruits can help you succeed in making a great homemade colon cleanse.

The best ones to use are ginger, garlic, celery, kale, beets, cayenne, wheat grass and parsley. These are the fruits and vegetables which are fiber rich and it can help you to regulate digestive system.

So, it is the most natural recipe for your colon cleansing process and it can be used with some of the herbs which we cannot eat alone due to their stingy taste.  

Psyllium Husk Seeds And Flax Seeds

Best part about Psyllium Husk Seeds and Flax Seeds is required by majority of the homemade colon cleanse recipes and other types of herbs due to the fact that they have the properties to cleanse the colon and the liver. Psyllium husk is fiber herb and it can be found in any health store in your surroundings.

Another type of herb which is commonly used is Flax seeds which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. This herb great at protecting your body against heart disease and it is also a fiber rich seeds.

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