Sunday, February 12, 2017

Is Vigrx Plus Safe?

The other thing I want to mention about the Vigrx Plus supplement. In the United States, the doctors are very knife—happy. So when you have a problem with the gall bladder, gall stones, it's very quick to send somebody off and just remove the gall bladder, because, hey, you can live with out it. And sure, you can, but what kind of a life is that?

Is Vigrx Plus Safe?

One of the things that women don't realize, and doctors don't tell us, is the bile is so important to really flushing out the hormones. And it's an essential part of how the liver works. And so that's why it's not surprising that a lot of women who have their gall bladder removed, six months later, start having serious hormonal problems. And doctors don't tell us that. Most of the time we don't connect the dots either because, “Well, that was six months ago. I didn't have a problem right after the removal.” It takes time to develop all these imbalances according to and

So that's the liver. You've got to take care of it. There's so many different ways that we can do that.

Okay. Well, yeah, let's talk about how to take care of it.

One of them is, for example, sulfur. There's six detoxification pathways. You have the methylation pathway, you have the sulfation pathway. There's a whole bunch of them. There's different things we can do to support these different pathways, in giving our body those binders to evacuate. Evacuation happens with the help of bile. It's gets stored in the gall bladder, and then we literally poop them out.

How I work with dandelion, I personally don't like dandelion. I feel like it tastes like a bitter grass. The way to work with dandelion would be doing things like you can juice it, and juice it with other vegetables so you can kind of mask it. Also doing things like one of my favorite Italian Tuscan salads is to use dandelion chopped up with arugula. You make it with orange pieces. Then the dressing you make it from oranges and olive oil and salt and balsamic vinegar. That orange just completely masks the bitterness of dandelion. But you're still getting the beautiful benefit of that.

Parsley, same thing. One of my favorite is making a parsley based pesto. What I do is I just chuck things like basil, pesto, cilantro, and dandelion into a blender with copious amounts of olive oil and salt and you want to put some apple cider vinegar so it doesn't go off too quickly. You make that into this really wonderful pesto. You can put it into salads or noodles or on a piece of bread, whatever. I always make some extra and put it in the freezer and have a little bottle sitting in the fridge, and go through that every week. Those are just simple ways of incorporating. One more thing I want to mention, that's not food related, is essential oils. I really like those, too. And castor oil. There is something called the liver pack. You can take just a little bit of castor oil on your hand and take three to four drops of geranium, and apply that on your liver.

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