ASEA Detox

Healing is a process.  We don’t wake up one day totally “fixed.”

When we begin using ASEA and making better choices about our health, the body starts to repair itself.  Just like when a work crew is repairing a broken bridge, there are wastes to haul away to the dump.  The same thing happens in our bodies.

The same thing is happening when we are drinking ASEA, and this is known as the Detox Phenomenon.

In many health-related professions this movement toward healing that produces a seemingly bad reaction is called a “healing crisis.”

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What happens when we move towards health?

The body can finally begin to make long overdue repairs and eliminate accumulated waste. As we make healthier choices, our bodies begin to heal and detoxify.

~This is exactly what ASEA helps us to accomplish~

So it is normal that after a period of time using ASEA, a small percentage of people may experience the healing reaction or cleansing reaction that that has long been known to occasionally accompany improvements in lifestyle and diet.

Please rest assured that ASEA is completely safe and 100% non-toxic at any level of consumption. This has been well documented and the studies that demonstrate this are publicly available. Yet the standard two to four ounces of ASEA twice daily may trigger, in a small subset of individuals, a very natural healing or cleansing reaction at some point in time. This can take the form of, in decreasing order of prevalence: minor headaches, temporary fatigue, muscle aches, diarrhea, sleeplessness, joint aches, rashes or coughs. But these symptoms are usually mild and limited in duration. They soon pass.

To minimize any ordinary symptoms of detoxification you can very simply—drink more water! If possible, drink 1/2 of your body weight in ounces of pure water per day. Water helps to flush the byproducts of healing and repair through your kidneys and out of your body. Water is life. Another thing you can do is to increase your consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. It is also important to sleep and rest sufficiently, and to insure that you are getting at least a minimum of daily exercise.