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05-02-2016

How To Do Patch Detox At Home

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We all know how important it is to take care of our feet: stuck in shoes all day, the furthermost extremities of our body can quickly become uncomfortable. This time, however, we’re talking about their potential ability to help expel toxins. Because of the type of foods we eat or even because of pollution throughout the air we breathe, our bodies produce toxins that we must expel in order to prevent them from leaving circulating damage and slowing down the many functions and processes a body is responsible for. Cleansing is an important act that should be a part of our daily routine, allowing us to purify the body and keep it from harmful substances in order to improve both physical and mental wellbeing. Like the Roman’s said — a healthy mind in a healthy body! One of the best ways to take care of your feet and expel toxins is by using detox patches. These patches are a popular item in Japanese culture as they love taking care of their bodies with natural remedies and they happen to be effective but also inexpensive.
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The patches are adhesive and are used by placing them under the sole of the foot, leaving them throughout the night while the active ingredients help the body get rid of toxins. In the morning, if the patches are found to be a dark colour, it means they have successfully managed to remove toxins.

What’s Inside the Patches?

The patches are made of bamboo vinegar, tourmaline, chitosan, vitamin C and many other organic substances (over 200 in all), which, when working together, have potential antibacterial and detoxifying properties. They promote healthy blood circulation, relax tight muscles and tendons and promote general health and wellbeing that can be sensed even beginning after the first application. Let’s see how you can reproduce the same effects of a patch detox at home:
  • 1. The first recipe to prepare detoxifying patches;
  • 2. The second recipe to prepare detoxifying patches.
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