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Emotional and Digestive Health with Detoxzyme and Life 5

Posted on April 21st, 2011 | 5 comments

Did you know that carrying unwanted, negative emotions can not only affect your tranquility, but can also disrupt you body’s inner harmony with digestive issues and other difficulties? Along with digestive distress and weight gain, emotional baggage can cause a sluggish colon, undigested food, and built-up toxins. That means that if you struggle with bloating, heartburn, or gas, tending to your emotions is one of the best ways to help your body regain balance. To help you on your path to both emotional and physical wellness, Young Living’s Detoxzyme™ and Life 5™ help address common emotionally caused issues.

Detoxzyme—When the digestive system functions properly, it promotes the removal of poisons and toxins from the body. Detoxzyme combines powerful enzymes that complete digestion, help detoxify, and promote cleansing. The therapeutic-grade essential oils found in this formula promote the digestion of starches, sugars, proteins, and fats.* This may assist with the issues that accompany emotional baggage.

Life 5—Life 5 helps to build up friendly bacteria to aid in promoting a healthy and balanced digestive tract.* Strengthening the digestive system builds your core and empowers you to fight off unwanted emotions.

We all know that bad habits are hard to break—especially when it comes to our emotions. But with a little help from these Young Living products, you can get started on an emotional cleanse just in time for summer. This emotional cleansing is an excellent way to begin a healthy eating regimen and to let go of negative emotions!

Peace be with you,

Kaye Lynne

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

5 thoughts on “Emotional and Digestive Health with Detoxzyme and Life 5

  1. Aileen J. says:

    I am scheduled to have my colon reattached in September after having a 6″ piece removed in March. Does anyone know what do use to totally heal the colorectal portion which is not being presently used. I want to make sure that that portion is totally well by August when I see the surgeon. He wants me to use an enema to clean it out before my appt. Is there an oil I can add to my enema for this purpose?

  2. Jaime says:

    I recently experienced a bout of Diverticulitis. Combined with herbal supplementation (Aloe Juice, Magnesium Citrate powder, Slippery Elm, Garlic…), I also utilized Di-Gize (applied topically to stomach/abdomen) which really helped my poor, distended tummy feel somewhat better. It also helps soothe emotional stomach issues, which for me is key. I also use emotional oils such as Grounding, Joy, Valor, etc. Dr. Jernigan’s Detox Tea was a good help too (www.HansaCenter.com) ~ that is where I found out about Young Living actually – they use their products at my Dr’s office :)

    That said, it did not all “get moving” until I went to see my local chiropractor ~ the spine is directly correlated to so many things in our bodies, as are our teeth. Turns out the area related to my intestines was totally “locked up”.

    Di-Gize was great at helping me through this. I was out of Peppermint oil at the time, tho I’m sure that would have been a great help too! I still have not attempted anything internal….probably would have an even better effect!! :)

  3. Teresa Little says:

    This is a question for anybody out there. Has anyone had any experience with Celiac disease. What have you used to help the digestion as well as the emotions.

    Thank you

  4. Nigel Pendrigh says:

    This is a very useful article – thank you :-)

    Is it possible for this type of article to be published at the beginning of the month to educate people about the benefits of each month’s promotion?

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