Why do you need Himalayan Sea Salt water colon Cleanse?

Posted On: 04/28/2017 - Viewed: 20682
While they’ve existed forever, Himalayan sea salt water cleanses have gained notoriety as more people have started to do “detoxes.” Not familiar with the master cleanse? The master cleanse (also called the lemonade diet) has been in the media over the past few years, since supposedly some celebrities turn to this “hack” to quickly lose weight for upcoming roles.
The master cleanse is a liquid-only juice fast, which means it’s extremely low in calories and also lacks any dietary fiber, which is necessary for healthy digestion. When you only consume liquids for a certain amount of time and don’t actually eat any foods with fiber — vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds or beans, for example — you’re likely to have a lot of trouble going to the bathroom.
 
 
During the master cleanse, people have a daily detox drink — only a concoction of water, fresh lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne pepper.
 
The result?
For many people, this kind of juice fast can cause constipation, low energy and bloated stomach (not to mention other complications from consuming too little nutrients/calories). Fiber is partially responsible for igniting the process of peristalsis, which is the series of muscle contractions in our digestive tracts that allow us to poop — exactly the reason that people with low-fiber, highly processed diets often suffer from constipation.
 
Unfortunately, this is pretty much the opposite of what most people hope to accomplish when they sign up for a “detox.” This is where the Himalayan sea salt water flush comes in. It basically forces your digestive system to release stored waste in the toxins, however little (or a lot) there might be.
 
Salt can also help clear up fluid retention despite what most people think. Real sea salt (not the processed kind that’s stripped of minerals) helps you lose extra fluid weight by properly balancing out electrolyte/mineral levels in the body, releasing retained water your cells hold on to.
 
How to Cleanse Your Colon with a Himalayan Sea Salt Water?
The Himalayan sea salt water flush is most effective if you perform it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. If you do it later in the day, just make sure you haven’t eaten anything in the past one to two hours. Ideally, perform the flush before you eat breakfast, but be careful if you plan to leave the house or exercise in the morning — you’ll have a strong desire to go to the bathroom shortly after and might have a queasy stomach after the flush.
 
Give yourself enough time to use the bathroom several times after the flush before leaving the house, and keep in mind that you will likely want to shower afterward.
 
Some people recommend doing the flush around 7 a.m., but this depends when you wake up and what your schedule is like. The key here is to drink the mixture— when there’s not much else in your system — this way you absorb the solution as much as possible and get the most “cleansing” effects.
 
How often should you perform a salt cleanse? You can do an initial period of several flushes in a row if you’d like but not every day. Occasionally doing a salt flush can be a safe and therapeutic way to cleanse your system, but doing it too often will result in problems balancing electrolytes and side effects that can be dangerous (dehydration, dizziness, blood pressure changes, muscle weakness, fatigue, etc.). Every few weeks seems to be best, which gives your body enough time to recalibrate and repopulate our microbiome with good bacteria afterward.
 

Himalayan Sea Salt Water Cleanse Recipe

Total Time: 5 minutes
Serves: 1

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 teaspoons of Himalayan sea salt
  • glass jar with a lid
  • 1 liter of hot filtered water
  • 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice or one cup of lemon water

 

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Heat up your water but not to boiling.
  2. Add your ingredients into the jar and put the lid on. Shake it vigorously to fully dissolve the salt. Make sure no granules are visible.
  3. Drink the mixture quickly, within a few minutes if possible (under 5 minutes is the goal).
  4. Lay down on your side and massage your belly on one side, then repeat on the other side. If you can manage to hold in the solution for about 30 minutes this will help your body fully absorb the salt.
  5. Within a short time after finishing the mixture you should start to feel the urge to go to the bathroom.
  6. Once you feel you can no longer hold out, go to the bathroom. You might have to go more than one time, sometimes needing to use the bathroom for several hours before you’re fully “cleansed” and your colon is emptied.
 
We have Himalayan Salt available on https://himalayansaltusa.com/gourmet-salt
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