The Answer to Constipation
by Pat McKay
ESSENTIALS4ALL PuriZone is an excellent blend of various oxides of magnesium designed to gently release oxygen into the body. PuriZone is not a laxative. The magnesium oxide and natural vitamin C bring oxygen to your system, therefore, bringing more body fluids to the colon to soften and stimulate the elimination of feces.
PuriZone provides stabilized oxygen and vitamin C to aid digestion, to facilitate removal of diseased and dying cells, and to cleanse and purify intestines.
Directions: People: Start with 1/4 teaspoon of PuriZone Powder under the tongue. Drink one full glass of purified water. Observe the next bowel movement.
Cats and dogs: PuriZone can be mixed with their food or butter. Cats and small dogs: Start with 1/8 teaspoon. Medium to large dogs: Start with 1/4 teaspoon. Observe the next bowel movement and note the consistency of the stool.
An ideal PuriZone stool is one that is the consistency of ice cream.
If the stool is still hard, increase the amount and repeat PuriZone every 24 hours until it reaches a soft consistency. If it is like mashed potatoes, cut back on the dosage; if it is like pea soup discontinue until the stool begins to take form again.
It is all trial and error with deciding how much each person or animal needs, because we are all unique individuals. The best use of PuriZone is to find the amount you need on a daily basis, so that the body can count on that amount every 24 hours to provide a regular schedule of bowel movements. For most people it is best taken in the evening so it can work through the night with a fresh start each morning.
If you or your animals have hard stools or if you skip a day or two of having a bowel movement, this is the natural product for you and/or your animals.
Store in a dry place with lid tightly closed. Do not refrigerate. Any moisture will activate PuriZone immediately and cause the entire contents of the bottle to lose its potency.
ESSENTIALS4ALL PuriZone ingredients: Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin C, Bioflavonoids, Calcium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Selenium, Magnesium, Vanadium, and Zinc. All of the extra minerals help the body to assimilate and utilize the Magnesium Oxide more efficiently.
The various oxides of magnesium, particularly magnesium oxide, involve the bonding of oxygen and ozone to magnesium. This alkaline compound requires an extremely low pH in order to liberate its oxygen. Hydrochloric acid in the stomach is commonly assisted with vitamin C.
One teaspoon of PuriZone generates approximately 7.5 liters of available oxygen. This oxygen is made bio-available to the stomach which is 40 percent more efficient in assimilating oxygen than the lungs are.
It also assists in oxidizing the undigested putrefaction that is known to be impacting the intestines and the colon. The average person has 5 to 20 pounds of accumulated waste sitting in their colon at all times; a cat or small dog has 8 to 16 ounces of this material which sits there putrefying, breeding pathogens and creating a welcome home for parasites. A large dog can have as much as 5 to 10 pounds of this material.
It is often said that all disease begins in the colon. A brief conversation with any physician or veterinarian would confirm this. They will tell you that a person or animal’s colon is often impacted to the point where the passageway is occluded by more than 80 percent.
More important than the colon…which is easily accessed, has relatively smooth walls and is primarily an organ of elimination, rather than an organ of assimilation…are the intestines. The inside of the intestines has been designed by nature to have a maximum amount of surface area. The inside of the intestines can be likened to a shag rug or a cave with thousands of fingers sticking up like stalagmites or down like stalactites, known as villi, which get pasted down with a muck that inhibits the absorption of nutrients through the epithelial cells. The body in an attempt to protect itself from being poisoned by this putrefaction continuously wraps these materials in mucous, adding further to the buildup.
Cats who are eating canned and dry foods also have the hairball buildup throughout the intestines. When a cat named Buttercup came to me for help because she could no longer digest food, my first suggestion after changing over to raw food and organic supplements was to take PuriZone. Within a few days she vomited and defecated 27 inches of hairballs within a 3-4 day period. No wonder she couldn’t digest any food.
Digestion is known to be a process of oxidation. By introducing oxygen and ozone into the intestines and the colon, one can assist this process, as well as oxidizing the undigested material. It is common for PuriZone to turn this undigested material into CO2 and water. It is not unusual to have liquid stools during the use of PuriZone. This is a sign that the product is working. Soft stools caused by PuriZone differ from diarrhea in that the use of PuriZone does not cause loss of electrolytes, vital fluids or nutrients. The liquid stools come from a function of the deep cleansing effect of the colon’s inner lining.
The gentle oxidizing action of PuriZone can be contrasted with three other forms of laxative which are very dangerous to use with people, cats and dogs.
1) Drug-based ones that use amphetamines as diuretics are common and contain addictive substances that can be fatal to animals and addictive to people.
2) Herbal laxatives most frequently use some form of micro toxin; in other words, they introduce a poison to the system at which point the body recognizes that it is being poisoned and purges itself of fluid in order to rid the digestive tract of the toxin, thereby bringing the stool out on the fluid medium that the body is excreting. This purging often causes cramps and pain.
Children, cats, and small dogs lose fluids so quickly and have so little to lose that draining the body of fluids to help expel the herbs could cause serious dehydration.
3) Fiber type laxatives cause action in the bowels by irritating the colon. People with O blood type, dogs, and cats are not meant to have high fiber products. Their gastrointestinal systems are highly acidic and do not process plant fiber. Using a fiber-type laxative can cause a violent excretion and actually damage the intestines and colon.
If/when the stools become soft like mashed potatoes, yogurt or pea soup, cut back on the dosage or discontinue until they begin to get firm again. You may end up giving it once a day, every two or three days or once a week. If you can find the perfect amount to be given daily, that is the ideal solution.
Caution should be used when first giving PuriZone to animals, because they may not have access to outdoors or may not be able to signal to you how urgently they need to go out. People can feel the rumbling in their abdomens and know how active the PuriZone is, and it is not possible to know that with your animal.
PuriZone is unique in that it is comprised of two very basic elements of our bodies and is compatible with any other type of health regimen including homeopathy. It is gentle and benign. If your animals do have any uncomfortable feelings with PuriZone, it is probably because the system is detoxifying. Less PuriZone should be given and you may need to go more slowly to give the digestive and eliminative organs time to adjust to the cleansing.
Aside from constipation, PuriZone has shown tremendous benefits for Candida Albicans (yeast infection). PuriZone provides an aerobic environment in the intestines and colon. Therefore, it is beneficial to the aerobic flora which are desirable and inhibitory toward anaerobic undesirable flora. In other words, it helps beneficial flora to flourish.
The use of PuriZone has an interesting impact on behavior in that there are glands in the brain that regulate bodily functions. If the villi of the intestines are pasted down with putrefaction, the body is reabsorbing toxins, rather than engaging in its primary function of assimilating nutrients from the food. The glands in the brain then get a deficiency and toxicity message and, accordingly, tell the body what to do. The result is craving, obsessive and aggressive behavior and irritability.
Users of PuriZone frequently report a feeling of calmness and well-being for themselves and with their children and animals in addition to weight loss, decreased appetites, and cravings, and an increased attention span.
PuriZone provides oxygenation and by cleaning out the intestines and the colon, one will have an increased efficacy and a better appreciation of the other oxygenation modalities.
PuriZone can be used in order to prevent any type of healing crisis or detox reaction that people or animals undertaking a cleansing regimen will frequently encounter. Anyone versed in natural therapies is usually familiar with these occurrences and pleased to learn of a surefire remedy. These incidences stem from attempting to clean out the body before the organs of elimination have been cleansed. This results in a backup or wastes and the body frequently attempts to get rid of these wastes through the skin. This back-up can result in feelings of nausea, hot spots, lethargy or pain in the liver and kidney area, resulting in itchy skin for people and your animal licking and chewing because of their itchy skin.
PuriZone is a very effective part of treating heart, liver and kidney problems, feline leukemia, feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), feline urological syndrome (FUS), parvovirus, skin disorders, cancer, underweight and overweight problems, impacted hairballs, irritable bowel syndrome (colitis), diarrhea, constipation, just to name a few.
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