Full of Sewage: The Hidden Cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be a frustrating and debilitating experience. The constant abdominal pain, bloating, and irregular bowel habits can significantly impact one’s quality of life. While the medical community has made progress in understanding and treating IBS, there may be a hidden cause behind this condition that deserves our attention. In this blog post, we will delve into “Full of Sewage Syndrome”, a phenomenon that sheds new light on the underlying factors contributing to IBS and its far-reaching implications.
Understanding Full of Sewage Syndrome
In Eastern medicine, various emotions are associated with the loss of function in specific acupuncture circuits. One of these circuits is the lung/large intestine circuit, which plays a vital role in maintaining the health of our digestive system. When this circuit loses power, it not only affects the large intestine but also impacts the function of the lungs.
The large intestine, likened to a sewage system, requires a pumping motion to move waste through and out of our bodies. When power is lost in the large intestine, waste becomes stagnant, forming obstructions known as rocks. These rocks often develop at the turns and curves of the large intestine, hindering the passage of waste material.
Consequences and Symptoms
The presence of these obstructions in the large intestine can lead to a range of distressing symptoms. In some cases, the blockage entirely obstructs the passage, resulting in constipation and difficulty eliminating waste. Conversely, if there is a partial blockage, waste can pass rapidly, causing urgent diarrhea.
Aside from the immediate impact on bowel movements, Full of Sewage Syndrome poses other significant health risks. The stagnant waste releases toxins that can overwhelm the liver and kidneys, leading to a buildup of toxins in the body. This toxic overload can manifest in various ways, including overwhelming fatigue, skin rashes, impaired vision, brain fog, and a constant feeling of tiredness.
How Grief Takes a Toll
According to research in Eastern medicine, grief has been identified as the primary emotion that shuts down the lung/large intestine circuit. It is not uncommon to find individuals who have experienced grief in their lives being diagnosed with IBS. Traditional therapeutic approaches often overlook the presence of these obstructions, which limits the effectiveness of treatment options.
Addressing These Issues
Reclaiming your life from this chronic condition involves a comprehensive approach that addresses both the physical and emotional aspects of the condition. One effective strategy is undergoing colonics, a therapeutic procedure performed by skilled and certified professionals. Colonics help wash out the obstructions in the large intestine, restoring the proper flow of waste material.
Emotional healing is equally crucial in addressing the underlying cause of the Full of Sewage Syndrome & IBS. In recent years, advancements in scalar technology have provided insights into how emotions are stored in specific parts of the brain. By correcting the polarity of stored emotions associated with grief, they can transform into memories. This transformation allows the circuit to turn back on, promoting healing and restoring balance in the body.
Full of Sewage Syndrome shines a new light on the underlying cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. By understanding the role of grief, obstructions in the large intestine, and the connection between emotions and physical health, we can develop effective strategies to overcome the challenges of IBS.
If you have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, it is essential to consider the possibility of the Full of Sewage Syndrome as the root cause of your symptoms. Seek out skilled professionals who can provide colonics and work with the Tennant Institute to help process emotional blockages to restore balance within your body. Reclaim your health and regain control over your life by addressing the hidden factors contributing to IBS.
Remember, there is hope beyond the struggles of IBS. Embrace the journey towards healing and live a life free from the limitations of gut imbalance.
Let the Tennant Institute help you get well!
If you’ve been recently diagnosed with IBS or have been battling it for some time, your body’s voltage might be low, affecting multiple aspects of your overall health. At the Tennant Institute, we can assist you in this process. We also offer specialized emotional clearing techniques both in person and via telemedicine. With a personalized approach to health that focuses on the individual, we hope to get you back on the path to wellness.