Healing boost with celery juice: a potent healer!
Healing boost with celery: of potent and anti-inflammatory herb
How to get a healing boost with celery? It is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory foods because it has the ability to starve unproductive bacteria, yeast, mold, fungus, and viruses that live within the body. Celery flushes out their debris and toxins out of the gut, digestive tract and liver.
This week, I came across the phenomenal of drinking celery juice on an empty stomach via my local Dr, who said he learned about this in the book, The Medical Medium by Anthony Williams.
So, when I dug deeper into the healing powers of celery juice, I was hooked immediately. I learned that this green tonic is one of the most powerful healing tonics we can drink that can transform our health and helps us heal our digestive tract.
I started drinking the juice immediately the next day, and 24 h later I was going to the toilet 3 days a day, instead of one. That alone was already amazing. I wish I had learned about this long time ago.
Celery juice is a powerful treatment against chronic illness
It turns out that celery juice is truly a saviour when it comes to chronic illness and it’s most powerful as a standalone treatment. Anthony Williams says that when you drink the celery juice first thing in the morning, it will also help strengthen your digestion of foods you eat for the rest of the day.
So, here are the top health benefits why you should be sipping this unconventional green health tonic every morning
Mineral salts in celery juice eliminate waste and toxins
Technically speaking celery is a herb and not a vegetable and is high in bio-active sodium and micro traces of mineral salts (more than 60) that work symbiotically to stabilize body PH and eliminate waste and toxins.
Mineral salts support kidneys, adrenals and hydrate cells on a deeper cellular level
Mineral salts also help our bodies function optimally, keep adrenals and kidneys functioning, raise hydrochloric acid, keeps your digestive tract, liver and rest of the stomach clean. The electrolytes hydrate the body on a deeper cellular level.
Coumarins enhance the activity of white blood cells
Celery contains potent compounds called coumarins, which are known to help enhance the activity of white blood cells. It also helps aid our digestion, purify the bloodstream, support the vascular system, supports the nerves, clears up acne, and reduce blood pressure. Magnesium, iron and vitamin will also help nourish the blood.
Gut-boosting health benefits
Gut health is a hot topic right now… and for good reason! Your digestive tract is connected to so many different aspects of your health, from pain to your mood to your risk of chronic illness and it is also called your second brain. So finding this green health tonic is definitely a new addition into my health routine as it can heal your gut, help aid with chronic disease, improve your levels of hydrochloric acid and improve your overall digestion. Good digestion and absorption of foods is truly critical for optimal health.
The mineral salts in celery juice can help boost your digestion and utilize your food wisely all day. After consistent use, celery juice can help increase and restore your stomach’s HCL levels.
I have already written an article about leaky gut and hydrochloric acid, so go and read them if you would like to know more about these topics.
The benefits of celery juice are way beyond your gut and also support liver, organs, thyroid, kidneys, adrenal glands etc.
Thyroid cleansing support
According to Anthony William, the mineral salts in celery help to fight and cleanse the body of the Epstein-Barr virus, particularly in the thyroid. This, in turn, helps boost the production of vital thyroid hormones in those with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s.
Celery juice supports liver detoxification
Celery is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory foods because it can starve unproductive bacteria, yeast, mold, fungus, and viruses that live within the body. Celery flushes out their debris and toxins out of the gut, digestive tract and liver. The phytonutrients in the green stalks have protective and nutritious effects.
Consuming celery juice supports heart health
Research has shown that consuming celery juice regularly can help prevent strokes, lower blood pressure, and reduce plaque in arteries.
Mineral cells in celery juice support the nervous system
The mineral salts also feed and support the neuron activity which is helpful for people with ADHD, memory loss and brain fog. Mineral salts keep the heart pumping which is critical to take information from A to B and is an important support for the nervous support and helps with focus, sleep and concentration. Celery truly is a power food that helps support the nervous system and has calming effects which is beneficial for our overall health. Celery juice also purifies the blood.
The sodium content in mineral salts support Healthy Joints
The sodium content can also help dislodge calcium deposits from the joints and hold them in solution until they can be eliminated safely from the kidneys.
Celery Juice is an amazing anti-inflammatory
Luteolin is compound found in celery juice that acts an antioxidant and helps calm inflammation.
Chronic inflammation is often caused by different pathogens, bugs and other infections caused by Lyme, the herpes family and the Epstein-Barr virus. Without them, your body simply functions better and has more energy for vital daily tasks. Celery helps good bacteria thrive.
These pathogens also release neurotoxins into your bloodstream which create neurological symptoms. The symptoms of those neurotoxins are including but not limited to cold hands and feet, spasms, tremors, burning skin, balance issues, vertigo, elevated pulse, insomnia, amongst others.
Contains enzymes and coenzymes that help our digestion
Celery is full of enzymes and coenzymes that help with the digestion of our food. It also helps to increase the levels of hydrochloric adic, which is critical for food absorption and prevention of gastrointestinal disorders.
Restores entire digestive system
Celery restores the entire digestive system and it is beneficial for its calming effects. Use celery when you feel afraid, panicked, shocked, nervous, afraid, defensive and so on.
Resolves ammonia permeability
The best way to resolve ammonia permeability is by adding celery to your diet and of course following a healthy nutrition plan.
Apart from being a great detoxifier and calming agent, celery is also an excellent aid to help improve the kidney and adrenal function and can even bring peace of mind. I also truly love celery as it provides such a delicious spicy flavour to my kitchen.
Sounds pretty amazing right? Think of celery as your perfect health-tonic that is hydrating your cells on a deep cellular level and it helps repair body DNA.
Conditions where celery juice could benefit you
Acne, (ADHD), eczema, bacterial infections, viral infections, ammonia permeability psoriasis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), leaky gut, infertility, Lyme disease, migraines, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), thyroid diseases and disorders, low reproductive system battery, diabetes, autism, hypoglycaemia, adrenal fatigue, anxiety, sepsis, urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney stones, kidney disease, pancreatic cancer, pancreatitis, fatty liver, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia, lupus, Sjogren’s syndrome, rosacea, lipoma, bladder cancer, interstitial cystitis, Crohn’s disease, colitis, IBS irritable bowel syndrome, vaginal thrush, hyperglycaemia, hypertension, depression, thyroid cancer, bacterial vaginosis, edema, injuries, parasites, yeast infections, insomnia, mold exposure.
Symptoms that may alert you need celery juice into your life
Candida overgrowth, anxiousness, memory loss, high blood pressure, food sensitivities, swelling, Intestinal spasms, cysts, low hydrochloric acid, sluggish liver, low cortisol, high cortisol, brain fog, food allergies, acidosis, hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, blurry eyes, joint pain, headaches, bloating, gas, abdominal pressure, abdominal distension, chronic dehydration, eye dryness, inflammation, muscle spasms, leg cramps, fatigue, mineral deficiencies, brain inflammation, sleep disturbances frozen shoulder, acid reflux, inflamed gallbladder, stomach, small intestine, and/or colon, rashes, nausea, white film on tongue.