The intestine is a vital organ in the body, as it holds approximately 80% of all of the elements and microorganisms that are part of the body’s immune system. These bacteria contribute to your metabolism and protection against toxins. Scientists indicate digestive disorders by inspecting the condition of the skin, liver and many other organs.
The large intestine is an essential ecosystem for multiple species of intestinal bacteria that form almost 1.5kg of the mass of the organ collectively. These microorganisms can all be either extremely advantageous, neutral or potentially pathogenic (and threatening if not careful).
Maintaining an equilibrium of all types of microorganisms to preserve the health of your intestine is more important than attempting to remove all pathogenic flora. The continuous consumption of certain drugs (like antibiotics) and factors like infectious diseases, intense stress, and unhealthy eating habits can lead to the disruption of the balance of microflora in the intestine, thereby causing digestive disorders, skin deterioration, impairment of the immune system, and a general decrease in tone.
Detoxifying the intestine is an efficient process that restores the balance of microflora in the intestine.
One popular method of detoxification is carried out using a sorbent, which works like a sponge, except that it extracts and discards of toxins and excess waste from the body. The method alters the patient’s metabolism (usually improves), reduces the toxicity throughout the entire digestive system, cures certain allergic reactions, and stimulates intestinal motility.
There is a selection of other ways to detoxify the intestine:
It is essential that any independent intestinal detoxification techniques done at home have to be done with great care. Inadequately executed procedures can stimulate the peristalsis of the intestine, that can additionally cause the elution of healthy microflora. All treatments must be conducted strictly after consultation with a specialized doctor.