The Seven Channels of Elimination

seven channels of elimination

Hi friends, today we will be discussing about the seven channels of elimination God has blessed us with, why we should keep it in the best condition and how we can do that.

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A portion of the brain was given the job of controlling the evacuation of waste when God formed the human body. Parts of the medulla, pons, hypothalamus, hypophysis, pituitary stalk, fourth ventricle, and cerebrum are included in this center.

Most people think of their bowel movements when we talk about elimination, however this is only one method. Equally crucial are healthy elimination processes through the skin, lungs, kidneys, and sinuses.

1. The Lung As A channel Of Elimination

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The LUNGS take oxygen from the atmosphere, deliver it to the bloodstream, and eliminate waste products like carbon dioxide. The lungs may need assistance from the eyes, sinuses, bronchioles, etc. to help the lungs clear the extra wastes under specific circumstances, such as a cold.

Because exercise strengthens the lungs and speeds up the gaseous exchange, it naturally increases elimination. Here are some examples of breathing exercises: start by thoroughly emptying your lungs of all the old, stale air. Hold that empty state, then fill your lungs with air slowly through your nose, and then hold that condition. Do this for about Five times or more

2. The Skin As A channel Of Elimination

The biggest organ of elimination is the SKIN and it serves a variety of purposes. Sweating helps the body get rid of wastes, and when toxins are too many, other processes like acne, boils, eczema, measles, pox, psoriasis, and other rashes and itches help the body get rid of them. The body occasionally uses the tongue as an organ of excretion. When your tongue is coated or furry, it is quite obvious.

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3. the Kidney As A channel of Elimination

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Our blood is filtered by the KIDNEYS to remove harmful substances and extra water before being sent to the bladder for elimination. Getting sufficient and high-quality water to drink is the greatest method to support the kidneys.

4. the lymphatic system as a channel of elimination

Our waste disposal system is mostly made up of the LYMPHATIC SYSTEM (adenoids, tonsils, appendix, spleen, nodes, veins, etc.). It facilitates the detoxification of wastes to make them ready for evacuation and expels tumor particles, dead cells, and microorganisms.

Unlike blood, which has a pump to push it through its capillaries that reach every part of the body, lymph has none. Leg muscles operate as the pump for lymph circulation, which is dependent on muscular movement. The greatest workouts for lymphatic drainage involve bouncing. (Jumping, etc.)

5. the blood as a channel of elimination

You probably never thought of blood as an organ, but since it carries and distributes chemicals throughout the body, it certainly qualifies as one.   A vital organ of the body. In actuality, our blood transports our vital vitamins and minerals to the areas of the body where they are required.

How can we maintain healthy blood? The blood may be cleaned and purified by exercising, monitoring iron levels, eating certain foods and plants like red clover, burdock root, beets, and leafy greens (which contain chlorophyll), and drinking enough water.

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6. the liver as a channel of elimination


Wastes are further detoxified by the LIVER. Large amounts of toxic material, including dead cells, microorganisms, chemicals, drugs, and particulate debris (a mixture of solid and liquid droplets floating in the air), are filtered and removed from the bloodstream.

Detoxified substances are then either passed through tubes to the small intestine for further processing in the colon or returned to the bloodstream for delivery to the kidneys, where they are excreted in the urine. Alcohol use or its bacterial synthesis within the body as a result of indigestion serve as examples of liver detoxification.

Alcohol is not digested in the intestines or the stomach. Alcohol circulates in the body until it is excreted after being absorbed into the circulation. 

Alcohol is greatly detoxified by the liver before being sent to the kidneys for elimination. The liver, the body’s main chemical producer, alters its chemical composition to meet the demands of detoxifying or neutralizing toxins in the blood that flows through it.

Toxins, dead cells, and microbes build up in an overworked or ineffective liver and cause sickness. In order to maintain the liver’s over 500 various tasks, it must be kept clean and in good condition.

7. the colon as a channel of elimination

According to the adage “death begins in the colon,” healing must start there with adequate colon hygiene.
Digestive and metabolic wastes are eliminated through the BOWELS OR COLON through tubes from other organs.

Today, however, full bowel elimination is rare. The colon has become slow and stores toxins and bacteria that are reabsorbed into our systems and harm the tissues and organs. This is due to self-abusive food, lifestyle, and inadequate bowel care. After that, the circulation is poisoned and unable to eliminate waste and dead cells.

This causes immune system deterioration, exhaustion, anxiety, irritability, sleeplessness, and mood changes. It’s crucial to get rid of it after every meal. Food should only be kept in the body for 24 hours before being removed; otherwise, purification develops and autointoxication results. The body will undergo extensive elimination steps when there is a toxic and/or microbial excess.

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To eliminate toxins from the body and destroy microbes, the respiratory system may create mucus. The kidneys are utilized for increased urine; the mouth may be used for vomiting; the intestines may be used for diarrhea; the mucous membranes may be used as outlets from the circulatory systems (lymph and blood); and the skin may occasionally be used to eliminate via perspiration and eruptions.

When our elimination organs are functioning properly, we occasionally go through a healing crisis (the body cleans house) and expel a lot of waste.

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