HOW CELERY STEM JUICE HELPS CYSTIC ACNE

HOW CELERY STEM JUICE HELPS CYSTIC ACNE

As explained in the article "Cystic Acne" , acne is a sign of early wars of our immune system early in life that are not documented. These early wars usually start with strep , which causes one of the problems on this list. As a result of that is, antibiotics prescribed for an ear infection, for example, enter the body, and contrary to everyone's intentions, these antibiotics give strength to strep. In some cases, the antibiotics did not even enter the body through pharmaceutical preparations. Some consumed them through food or water, and others inherited them at birth No matter what form the antibiotics came in, they allowed the streptococci to thrive.

Medical studies and science believe that acne is a hormonal condition. They are wrong. Acne usually accompanies hormonal changes like puberty and menstruation because the immune system drops dramatically at that time, allowing strep to take advantage and cause a condition like acne. Acne is not caused by clogged pores either. Sure, a clogged pore can cause a pimple here and there, but a series of aggressive rashes is a sign of a strep infection that resides in the liver and travels up through the lymphatic system to the dermis, looking for food. We've all heard of the oily skin that usually goes along with acne. This is sebum that is produced to stop strep bacteria from causing harm.

The sodium cluster salts in celery stalk juice help disperse the sebum to find and eliminate strep , while also allowing your immune system to destroy the strep as well. Lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell) feed on the micronutrients in celery stem juice and get a boost from the vitamin C it contains so they can enter the dermis and protect you from the streptococcus that creates cystic acne there. Excluding foods such as dairy, gluten and eggs from the diet also reduces acne, as they are the favorite foods of strep and removing them from the body helps to overcome these bacteria. While celery stalk juice destroys strep in the liver and lymphatic system and strengthens lymphocytes, it helps flush out the remnants of toxic foods you may have consumed that fed the strep. This also helps with clearer skin.

This article uses material from Anthony William's book "Celery Juice" (not yet translated into Bulgarian).

For the healing properties of celery stem juice for other conditions and symptoms, see also the articles: 

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