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Blood & Skin

illustration of Circulatory System

The blood’s job is to deliver oxygen, food and other essential substances to all the body’s cells, while also picking up carbon dioxide and other wastes to be sent to the organs of elimination. It also makes the blood clot when necessary, and defends the body against invasion by bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells. It regulates body temperature, maintains body pH and the fluid volume in the circulatory system.

Physical Signs Traditionally Associated With Toxins in the
Blood & Skin

human blood tissue and human skin tissue
Primary Signs
  • Skin problems
  • Poor complexion
  • Lack of vigor
  • Hyperactivity
Secondary Signs
  • Lupus
  • Too hot or too cold
  • Restless sleep
  • Tiredness
  • Hyperactivity
  • Talking too much
  • Easily perspires (or not at all)
  • Poor skin coloring
  • Age spots on skin
  • Dark circles under the eyes
In Depth

The blood is the body’s transportation system. Nutrients, toxic wastes, and oxygen are a few of the things transported through the blood. It is primarily the liver’s job to insure the blood remains clean. However, when any part of one’s body becomes toxic, the entire system is affected. When the blood is full of excess toxins and the liver and kidney are not completely cleansing the blood, the blood will look towards the skin as a means of toxin elimination. Attempting to “push” toxins out through the skin can cause rashes and other skin problems to develop. By cleansing the blood one directly affects the skin as well.

Emotional Signs Traditionally Associated With Toxins in the
Blood & Skin

cut away section of skin and blood vessels
Primary Signs
  • Sadness
  • Insomnia
  • Speech defects
  • Over enthusiasm
Secondary Signs
  • Worry
  • Inappropriate behavior
  • Emotional highs
  • Emotional lows

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