Mucus is the cause of underlining cause of all disease.
This has been proven in the court of law.
If the mucus goes to your nostrils, they call it sinusitis.
If the mucus goes to your bronchial tube, they call it bronchitis.
If the mucus goes to your lungs. they call it pneumonia.
If the mucus goes to your prostate gland, they call it prostatitis.
If the mucus goes to the uterus of a woman, they call it endometriosis or vaginal discharge or yeast infection.
Disease is the accumulation of mucus, breaking down the mucus membrane, and that mucus then covers the groups of cells in our bodies.
Now the mucus membrane job is to protect us from the onslaught of bacteria in the body…but when we eat acidic foods, this breaks down the mucus membrane, and then causes it to flow with the blood and covering other groups of cells that belong to other organs and depriving them of oxygen.
So the question is, if we are diseased, and we are unaware of the cause of the disease, then we get sick and die.
A disease is when we have ingested a substance that was uncomplimentary with your genetical structure.
Herbs and Foods For Mucus Relief
Chickweed, Melon, banana tomatoes, carrots, lettuces, Lobelia, Green tea, Burdock root, Spring Water (these which can be boiled).
Limes: which helps to prevent the accumulation of acid in the body.
Burdock Tea: Clearing toxins from the blood is one of the main purposes of the liver, and burdocks organic compounds and components have been directly linked to improving this function.
Peaches: are beneficial for cleansing and detoxifying the body and assist in flushing out harmful toxins from the liver and kidneys
Sarsaparilla: has long been used as a diuretic, which means that it stimulates urination in those who consume it. Furthermore it has been known to purify the blood.
Oregano: the nutrient-rich makeup of this plant, includes its high content of manganese, calcium, iron, fibre, and a wide range of other organic compounds, makes this helpful herb and ideal food source for detoxifying the body.
Blue Vervain: one of the oldest and most reliable uses of blue vervain is as a diuretic, as it stimulates the release of urine from the body. This helps to eliminate toxins from the system as well as excess water, salts, and bad fats.
Soursop: the juice of the soursop fruit is known to be a very effective diuretic. The alkaline fruit can be used to cleanse the gastrointestinal tract and remove excess toxins and salts from the body.
Tila Tea: contains very beneficial organic compounds that are diaphoretic, which means that they induce sweating, which is very effective way of releasing toxins, excess salts, bad fats, excess water and foreign substances from the body.
Foods that causes Mucus
White flour, Eggs, White sugar, Tobacco, Dairy, Sodas, Cheese, To much meat, Acidic & Processed Foods.