The Excretory Organs and Their Roles in the Detoxification Process
The excretory organs are the major routes of waste disposal available to our organism. These are listed below and their respective roles in the detoxification process.
The liver is the detoxification center
The liver is the largest emunctory organ of the organism because it is most severely stressed. Indeed, it has to filter all the products of digestion through the blood. It also receives the products of putrefaction ammonia-laden toxic substances. And in the liver are kept all unwanted chemicals: pesticides, herbicides, preservatives, antioxidants, stabilizers, drugs ...
Liver filters and removes waste products (like other excretory organs) and neutralizes many toxic and carcinogenic substances.
All waste that are filtered by the liver are excreted in the bile. Therefore, it is necessary to have good production and a steady flow of bile. This flow allows both digestion and detoxification (or detox).
The intestines: a source of self poisoning
The intestines hold a large amount of food, liquids, and bodily fluids. It is estimated that about 10 liters per day flow from the intestines. This is a heavy load of toxic substances. However, the mass of these toxic substances that may stagnate in the gut can ferment or putrefy. Stagnation in the intestines is a major source of self-intoxication. We must preserve the integrity of the intestinal mucosa, which acts as a filter. Also note that much of the population suffers from constipation (congestion of the intestines). If this is your case, we highly recommend to use intestinal drains which can only have beneficial effects.
The kidneys purify the blood
The kidneys filter 120 ml of blood per minute. The kidneys remove waste products filtered out of blood by diluting urine. The kidneys continuously pumping the waste found in the blood.
Sport for healthy lungs
The lungs remove waste gases like carbon dioxide. The lungs are filters that can be “clogged” in case of insufficient physical activity. Lack of exercise will not permit the body to eliminate completely carbon dioxide. And the body will start to suffocate slowly.
The dual action of the skin
The skin is an emunctory organ which has the potential to eliminate a large amount of toxic substances. This is a double door. Skin rejects
· crystalloid waste through sweat (sweat glands)
· colloidal waste through sebum (oil glands).
Sweating is a great way to eliminate toxins. Physical effort and work will help the lungs to work ...