Blocked Colons: Impacted Fecal Matter and Autointoxification
As the time it takes for food and fecal material to move through your intestines slows down due to irregularity or constipation, this unnatural flow begins to cause problems.
When the lining of the colon (large intestine) or small intestine becomes irritated by bacteria, fungus, yeast, parasites or worms, it will secrete a protective mucus (or mucous) all over the lining. The mucus is somewhat sticky, and particles of passing waste start to stick to it. Similar to what happens when cholesterol sticks to the walls of your arteries and veins, a plaque begins to form on the lining of your lower digestive tract. Doctors call it mucoid plaque.
Slow-moving fecal matter begins to stick to the walls of the small intestine and colon, and starts restricting the flow of waste as it builds up a layer of old feces, mucus, and dead cells. The vegetable and meat materials in that layer of stuck-on waste begin to ferment and rot and release foul-smelling gasses through the mouth and anus, while continuing to release poisonous toxins into vital organs, the bloodstream, and the rest of your body.
This mass of decomposing material stuck to the walls of your colon and small intestine becomes food for an immense number of bad bacteria, yeast, fungus, and intestinal parasites like amoebae, protozoa, flukes and worms to thrive within the body.
Strictly speaking, the food and other materials that pass through your digestive tract, including the small and large intestine (colon) is still OUTSIDE your body, separated from your internal organs and bloodstream by the lining of your stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum. Only when it gets absorbed into the bloodstream through the lining of the stomach or intestines (or through blood vessels under the tongue) does it get INSIDE your body.
But when you have undigested food and fecal matter (feces) moving slowly through your colon, or getting stuck to the lining of the colon, the essential minerals (electrolytes like calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium), some essential B vitamins (which are produced by bio-friendly bacteria in the colon), and water are not absorbed as well. This alone causes all kinds of health problems.
But the bacteria, fungus, yeast and tiny intestinal parasites which live inside the stuck-on fecal matter can enter your bloodstream through the lining of the colon. And the toxins which some of them release can also enter your bloodstream and reach your vital organs and every cell in your body - including your skin (where they can cause skin rashes, inflammation, infections, and body odor) and your joints (where they can cause inflammation, aches, and pains).
Removing the layers of stuck fecal matter using a colon cleanser and detoxifier like Move 2 Pure Tea helps expel the overgrowth of yeast, bacteria and parasites living in the stuck fecal matter, so they won't be poisoning your body with the toxins they were creating - or producing excess gas which may have been causing bloating, cramps, and smelly flatulence.
Eating foods rich in fiber and taking fiber supplements can help keep the feces moving and help prevent new layers of mucoid plaque being deposited, but they are not very effective at removing the plaque that is already there - some of of which is hidden inside the many folds and crevices of the colon lining. To achieve a real colon cleansing and remove the parasites, bacteria, fungus and yeast hidden in the layers of mucoid plaque, drinking the tea should help you much more than fiber supplements or laxatives. And it detoxes your entire body too!