Chills and Constipation
The source of feeling cold are localized fevers and accumulations of solidified toxins in localized areas throughout the body. Most people feel coldness in the small of the back, lower stomach, legs, and feet. The fever that is generated by the purificatory activity of toxins that have accumulated in these local areas causes chillness in localized areas. So, just as chillness all over the body is felt as chills, locally affected areas are perceived as coldness. Therefore, when chillness affects the entire body, the body does not feel warm regardless of how many layers of clothing are worn, which is the same reason why, in cases where the lower body feels cold, women still feel cold even after they put on stomach bands. There are persons who from their knees to their toenails feel extreme coldness. In these cases, the accumulations of solid toxins cause poor circulation, and as these areas are easily exposed to the air, feeling cold increases and becomes chronic.
Constipation is quite common, and some suffer for decades from this condition. The cause of constipation are solidified toxins that have accumulated in the region between the peritoneum, that is, around the navel, and the lower stomach. Because these toxins constrict the rectum, which is the path for excrement, the passageway narrows, hardened excrement is blocked, and passes only with great difficulty. Constipation can be healed easily if these toxins are dissolved, so when I treat patients, they recover without exception.
Individuals who tend to be constipated can eliminate with the use of laxatives, even if with pain. Laxatives for constipation can be compared to what happens when a toxic element in food causes food poisoning which leads to nausea or diarrhea. Nausea and diarrhea are natural purificatory activities that occur to eliminate toxic elements that were ingested. Laxatives follow the same principle. Medicines that cause toxication are ingested which in turn causes food poisoning, which becomes diarrhea or liquefied excrement. Because this process first liquefies and then pushes out the hardened and impacted excrement, the liquefied form is able to pass readily through the constricted rectum. But, with continuous ingestion over a long period, the harmful effects of the toxicity worsen, leading to kidney disease, and other conditions, and in some cases, even death.
Constipation causes concern among those who practice medical science who think that it could cause disease. This idea also is a great error. In my experience of healing many diseases, I had one male patient, some forty years old, whom I treated for stomach cancer. With two months’ treatment, he recovered completely, but during treatment, there was a period when he did not have a stool for twenty-eight days. The absence of elimination had no effect whatsoever on his disease. I understand that even now the man is healthy, engaged in farming. Later, I had another patient who told me of having been constipated once for a two-month period, and still another patient, for six months. Neither of those two persons had anything relating to constipation wrong with them. As can be seen from these accounts, constipation itself has no ill effect whatsoever.
Current medical practice also holds that, if untreated, constipation will lead to autotoxemia that can become the sources for diseases, but such thinking is another error. How did such an explanation ever come about? It may have been imagined that impacted excrement would somehow seep into the blood stream, but since I have discovered the truth about the internal aspects of the human body, I do believe that such words as autotoxemia will disappear from the vocabulary.
Medicine for Tomorrow, Volume 2, second edition, February 5, 1943.
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