Look outside and see how fast your garden is turning green. Spring accelerates cellular growth. When cells multiply and divide, they duplicate their present condition. When mutated cells divide, they recreate their chaos and continue to do so.
How can you create healthy cells in a habitat of pollution? A body full of toxic wastes, heavy metals, and acidic chemicals is providing a perfect habitat for destructive microbes. When they take over, microbes create mutations inside your cells. Viruses, fungus, and bad microbes love toxic waste. They not only survive on it, but they also thrive on it!
Harmony and wellness need a pure, clean, healthy environment. Excess acidic wastes are the underlying cause of degenerative diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, neurological disorders, and cancer, in fact, all other diseases.
Dr. Keiichi Morishita in his book, “The Hidden Truth of Cancer” explained that: “If the blood develops a more acidic condition, then these excess acidic wastes have to be deposited somewhere in the body. If this unhealthy process continues year after year, these areas steadily increase in acidity, and their cells begin to die. Other cells in the affected area may survive by becoming abnormal; these are called malignant. Malignant cells cannot respond to brain commands. They undergo a cellular division that is out of control. This is the beginning of cancer.”
Dr. John Tilden, the author of “Toxaemia,” wrote: “Without toxaemia, there can be no disease, retention of metabolic toxins is the first and only cause of disease. The first thing to do to get rid of any disease is to get rid of toxaemia, for it is this state of the blood that makes disease possible.”
Dr. Theodore Baroody, the author of “Alkalize or Die,” made this fundamental point: “The countless names attached to illness do not really matter. What does matter is that they all come from the same root cause: too much tissue acid waste in the body.”
Springtime is the perfect time of year to create wellness – to join in nature’s heightened healing potential. Spring has always been the time of year to cleanse, like pruning the garden to make way for new, healthy growth.