A question from J.B.: "What is the best system for cleaning out the mucous and toxin build-up on the walls of the small intestine.
You can eat the greatest food in the world, but if the nutrients are not able to be properly absorbed in the small intestine, they won't be doing you much good."
This Awareness suggests that generally, the excessive mucous in a system is brought on by excessive use of wheat, milk, and carbohydrates, especially the sugary foods.
This Awareness suggests that excessive sugar, excessive use of wheat products, and of homogenized milk can, for many people, create excessive mucous in the system.
It is not always the case; it depends largely on how well the entity's system handles these products.
This Awareness suggests, however, that the use of acidophilus culture can assist the entity's dieting and cleansing of the intestines.
This Awareness suggests that by curtailing the excessive use of the carbohydrates mentioned, using acidophilus culture, and by eating more green and fresh vegetables and fruit, the system can be cleansed considerably.
This Awareness indicates that bulk fiber such as is found in flax seed and oat bran and similar grains, even the products of corn, especially including the kernels, all these things can help to cleanse the intestines.
This Awareness suggests that certain amount of diatomaceous earth taken internally can also be beneficial, a teaspoon in a glass of water, stirred up, taken to assist in cleansing out parasites and also cleansing the intestines.
This Awareness suggests that the use of flax seed and psyllium seed is also seen as beneficial.
Psyllium seed is available in that product known as Metamucil and other similar products.
This Awareness suggests that there are, of course, the colonics that many entities advocate.
Some entities consider these as dangerous, others consider them as lifesavers.
The careful and proper administration of colonics can be beneficial, providing an entity is reasonably healthy and does not receive any infection from the way the colonics are administered.
This Awareness suggests that considering the nature of AIDS, this form of cleansing carries some new risks which entities need to consider.
This Awareness indicates that the same may be said for the use of enemas: if used by different people in the same context, enema bags can carry AIDS virus just as could needles of drug users.
Therefore, one needs to consider this carefully.
This Awareness indicates along the same line, entities need to be careful in regard to dental work.
The suction tubes placed in the mouth of one patient should be well cleansed before being put into the mouth of the next patient, particularly where there can be bleeding during the dental work.