I believe that it is important to get the terminology right before we move on. People around the world speak different languages, where they might interpret words and sentences not exactly as how it should be interpreted. So, to get that out of the way, first we need to define some words that we are going to use repeatedly. The terminology should not be confusing, it should be loud and clear what we mean when we talk about the following definitions;
Webster’s Dictionary defines ‘detoxification’ as:
1. To remove a harmful substance (as a poison or toxin) or the effect of such from or to render (a harmful substance) harmless.
2. To free (as a drug user or an alcoholic) from an intoxicating or an addictive substance in the body or from dependence on or addiction to such a substance.
The tendency for people is to associate detoxification with the second definition.
The Detox Miracle Sourcebook (Dr. Robert Morse’s book) defines detoxification as;
“The process of cleansing and alkalizing the body. The removing of obstructions (e.g., acids, mucus, parasites, chemicals, minerals, metals, thoughts and emotions) that block energy and the proper function of cells and the individual. A necessary requirement in returning to vibrant health.”
The Detox Miracle Sourcebook (Dr. Morse’s book) defines ‘regeneration’ as:
“Rebuilding and strengthening the body. Requires an alkaline medium with electrically “alive” nutrients.”
Farlex’s Free (medical) Dictionary defines ‘autointoxication’ as:
“A disorder resulting from absorption of the waste products of metabolism, decomposed matter from the intestine, or the products of dead and infected tissue, as in gangrene.”
Gangrene is the term used to describe the decay or death of an organ or tissue caused by a lack of blood supply and nutrients. It is basically saying that we cause the decay and death of our own organs and glands by intoxicating ourselves with the type of diet we consume, the products we use, the exposure to air pollution in the a big city and the likes. This definition on its own shows the problem we are facing today, the level of consciousness and unawareness when it comes to our own health, biology (internal environment) and the type of foods we need to thrive and feel vibrant and alive as homo sapiens. We as humans deal with toxicity all the time, some are aware of it and take adequate measures, but unfortunately the majority has no clue regarding daily toxicity.