Autointoxication

AutointoxicationSelf-Poisoning

  • When poisons back up into the nervous system, we feel irritable and depressed.
  • We feel weak if they back up to the heart, and bloated if they reach the stomach.
  • Our breath becomes foul if the poisons reach our lungs.
  • If toxins back up to the skin, it becomes sallow and wrinkled.
  • If they back up to our glands, we feel tired, lack enthusiasm and drive, and look old beyond our years.

Autointoxication can be a causative factor in numerous serious diseases and is considered by many to be the underlying reason for disease.