Small intestine health

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I am embarking on a health series that will involve 12 posts.  Each post will contain information on 1 of the 12 main organs of the body and information in regards to it. Much of this information is from James Minkler and he has given me permission to use his book, “Energy Balancing” as a source. You can learn more at
Hope you enjoy and learn!!

The small intestine is our first subject.  It is the male fire organ and an extension of the stomach.  It separates the waste material from the nutritious elements in the food and absorption of most digested food takes place within the 30 feet of its passageway.  This tiny chemical plant completes the digestion of food and begins the formation of blood.
Meat, sugar and chemicals expand and weaken the small intestine and destroy the flora.  If the small intestine is not functioning properly it can be responsible for blood diseases.   Disorders of the small intestine can be detected by the pale color of the skim.  
The small intestine rules the joints and governs the assimilation of ideas.   You may experience some of the following symptoms when the small intestine is nor functioning properly:
*pain between the scapular
* pain in the chest or shoulder
*loss of appetite or sever hunger
* knock-kneed
* legs hurt from climbing stairs
* runny stool
* dry skin
* cold sores on mouth and lips
*sleeping problems
*low red blood cell count
*flu, colds and others.

Okay,,,, so what do you do to help with the small intestine…
Digestive enzymes ( Dr. Mercola and  Nature’s Sources Absorb Aid are two of my favorites)
Betonite clay ( Redmond Clay is great for absorbing toxins in the small intestine)
Standard Process Gastrex is also a good product for helping the small intestine
Lymph massage (top of the thigh, palm of the hand, mid back and under the ribs)
Avoid refined sugars, processed foods and red meats.  Eat leafy green veggies.

In some cases the pituitary gland may be underactive and the stomach will compensate by becoming overactive and produce excessive amounts of acid.  If the body is fighting a serious allergy or spreading infection, it will try to burn up the allergy and infection with acid. ( ie, chronic fatigue syndrome)


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