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Why You Must Consider Detox Foot Patches

 


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There are many brands of detox foot patches in the market today and people have responded well to most of them. After all, these products can detoxify with minimal effort from you or obtrusion into your normal routine.

The normal content of a detox foot patch are tourmaline, wood vinegar, bamboo vinegar, a natural vitamin source, herbs, and mushrooms. These all-natural powdered ingredients contained in sachets all work together to detoxify your body of impurities. Detox foot patches may be used any time of the day, but they work best while you sleep because at this time, they get to work in conjunction with your own body's natural detoxification and rejuvenation process.

Detox foot patches offer great perceivable confirmation of toxin removal. In the morning when you wake up, you will find them changed to a much darker color. They will have also gotten sticky, wet, and much probably, foul-smelling too. If a detox foot patch finally comes off dry and unaltered, they can be used again at another time or applied on to another area besides the foot.

To maximize use of detox foot patches, learn about the different reflexology zones on the feet, so that you'll know how to strategically place the patches to aim for certain organs. The organs you should really target are the ones involved in toxin elimination such as the liver and the kidneys. You'll find that all sorts of pollutants have the tendency to gather there.

A detox foot patch may contain shellfish-based ingredients, such as Chitosan (a dietary fiber derived from the shell of sea crustaceans), thus people with allergies should use it with caution. Those who are allergic to any of the ingredients mentioned above should definitely refrain from using detox foot patches. If you are taking immune suppressing drugs due to organ transplant, detox foot patches and other natural cures may counter the effect of these drugs. Pregnant or nursing mothers are also advised against using them because the studies made did not include experiment data on them.

You are not supposed to discontinue any medical treatment and simply rely on detox foot patches. A detox foot patch is not a replacement for common drugs. It is not medicinal and even when a detox foot patch ends up curing something, it would just have been a bonus to having a detoxified body.

To use detox foot patches safely and correctly, discuss things over with your physician before purchasing them.

Give me 5 minutes and I'll show you how to clean your system through natural detox with detox patches ! Visit http://foot-detox-pads.com/ to learn how.

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