Techniques to Assist Detoxification 

You may experience flu-like symptoms during the detoxification because your body is ridding itself of poisons.  You can get some relief from these symptoms by utilizing the following techniques:

Skin Brushing:
This can be very beneficial because the skin is a primary avenue for detoxification along with the Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Colon.  Use a vegetable brush.  You can purchase this at a health food store.   You need to brush all parts of the body toward the Heart.  Then follow with a Sesame Oil massage.  Massaging with sesame oil brings relief.  This oil can also be purchase from a health food store.  Massage the whole body for five minutes before bathing or showering. 

Can be taken two to three times per week (on off days use the vinegar bath).  Soak for 20-30 minutes (more than this may fatigue you).
Epsom Salts and Ginger Bath: This bath opens pores, eliminates toxins and pain.  One cup Epsom salts and 2 tablespoons of fresh grated ginger placed in a nylon or tea steeper and then added to the bath.  

Salt and Soda Bath: This bath counteracts the effects of radiation, whether from x-rays, cancer treatment radiation, fallout from the atmosphere, or television radiation, as well as detoxification in general.  Add one cup of baking soda and 1-2 cups of ordinary coarse salt, Epsom salts or sea salt to a tub of water.  

Epsom Salts, Sea Salt and Oil Bath: The bath helps with dry skin and stress.  Use 1 cup of Epsom salts, 1 cup of sea salt (from a health food store) and 1 cup of sesame oil.  Put into a warm to hot tub of water.  Pat yourself dry.  

Vinegar Bath: This is used when the body is too acid.  This is a quick way of restoring the acid-alkaline balance.  Use 1 cup to 2 quarts of 100% apple cider vinegar to a bathtub of warm water.  This is excellent for excess uric acid in the body and especially in the joints: arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, gout and heavy metal toxicity.

Lymphatic Drainage:

This can be accomplished by daily walks, bouncing (not jumping) on a mini trampoline or bouncing on the edge of the bed for 20 minutes daily.