Blood Cleansing

  • 11/9/2016
    Looking for the perfect recipe when doing your blood detox? Some like to actually shoot down the Blood Support™ straight from the dropper to the mouth and follow with a swig of water or juice. Or, you can follow any one of these recipes below:  
  • 9/26/2016
      Is it okay to continue to use the Blood Support after finishing the liver cleanse?  How often can I use it?
  • 9/26/2016
    Note Work with your doctor when the blood cleanse is used alongside chemotherapy or radiation treatments. This is a very powerful formula that is strongly therapeutic in nature, which means that it should only be used for detoxing or on an as needed basis. One bottle every six months is adequate for detoxing and basic maintenance. Taking one or two bottles to clean out the blood when sick is also reasonable. And one bottle a week for up to three weeks is acceptable in special circumstances. Then take a couple of weeks off before repeating.
  • 9/26/2016
    The blood detox is best combined with the Liver Detox, although the cleanse can be done by itself, especially if you have special health conditions and need added support. Use 4 droppers of Blood Support™ (4 mL), 3 times a day--be sure to shake the bottle well before each use.  At 12 droppers per day, each bottle of Blood Support® lasts approximately 5 days.
  • 9/26/2016
      Want to find out more about the blood cleanse and detox? Below are resources that can help you.  
  • 9/26/2016
    Kudos for Jon Barron's Blood Cleanse
  • 9/26/2016
    The Blood Detox can be done as a stand alone detox, but best if combined with Jon Barron's Liver Detox.  Before starting this cleanse, we recommend you read all the instructions and gather any necessary supplies.
  • 9/26/2016
    The blood detox is often combined with the Liver Detox but can be done by itself for convenience or special circumstances.  Cleansing the blood is probably one of the most important weapons in the alternative health arsenal for achieving optimum wellness.
  • 9/26/2016
    Jon Barron and The Baseline of Health® Foundation have touted for years that regular detoxing of ALL major organs is essential to maintaining health. It is simple: you can down all the vitamins, herbs, and antioxidants but you won't see your health turn around if your colon is filled with putrid fecal matter or if your liver can't clean toxins out of your blood and perform its daily functions.
  • 6/9/2014
    Although widely misunderstood, cleansing the blood is probably one of the most important weapons in the alternative health arsenal for achieving optimum wellness and defeating cancer. In this report, we're talk about what herbs work and why.
  • green Nettle herb
    Nettle herb, or Urtica dioica, is found in every single state in the US except Hawaii. While most consider it a pesky weed, others understand its true herbal value.
  • grapefruit health benefits
    February was Grapefruit Month, and even if you missed it, it is still a great time to pay a little tribute to the virtues of this much maligned fruit. Its tangy, citrusy flavor can serve as a reminder of the warm weather climates in which it grows, helping us get through the sluggish end of winter.
  • yellow dock root extract
    For many, the yellow dock plant is considered nothing more than an invasive and unwelcome weed. However, herbalists and Native Americans know otherwise. While most of the plant can be used for herbal remedies, we’ll be taking a closer look at the actual root of this plant.
  • Bloodroot flower
    Sanguinaria canadensis, most commonly referred to as bloodroot, has a rich Native American background. Its nickname, war paint, should give you some indication of its importance to the early Indian culture. The nickname, bloodroot, came about because of the red sap that would "bleed" from the roots of the flower.
  • poke root plant
    If you live anywhere from Maine to Texas, you may have been introduced to the poke root as a highly poisonous berry that should never be touched. In fact, before using the leaves, herbalists boil them three times, discarding the water in-between to create a dish that is referred to as “poke salad.”
  • mistletoe extract
    Mistletoe may prove much more valuable than simply as a sprig to stand under for a smooch with a loved one. New research has found that mistletoe may be a complementary therapy for fighting colon cancer.
  • chicory root liver detox blood cleansing
    Chicory root was widely used during the Great Depression and World War II when coffee was in short supply or too expensive. Today, it is used around the world and in the US, particularly in New Orleans, as a natural caffeine-free substitute to coffee. However, it's much more than a rich drink.
  • 9/16/2013
    Oat grass joins other powerhouse grasses such as wheatgrass and alfalfa. They have been called one of nature's finest medicines.
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning requires blood cleansing
    External sources of carbon monoxide can seep right through the drywall used in most houses and apartment buildings, quickly reaching people within their homes
  • 8/12/2013
    Up to 60% of the human body is made up of water. Here we explain why it is important to stay hydrated and the effects of drinking water in the body.
  • Cilantro Juice Cleansing
    Cilantro juice benefits a full body detox. Studies have shown that levels of heavy metals in urine decrease significantly after a cilantro cleansing.
  • barley plant
    For this week’s featured ingredient, we’re exploring the benefits of activated barley (AKA Aktivated Barley). Before we actually get into the details of Aktivated Barley, however, we need to look briefly at barley in general...
  • 8/7/2013
    What is Goldenseal used for? Native Americans used it for its ability to heal common ailments such as sore eyes, skin issues, and digestive disorders.
  • 7/25/2013
    Chlorella has some very specialized benefits: It name comes from the amount of chlorophyll it possesses and has more of it/gram than any other plant.
  • 7/25/2013
    Catalyst altered water is used as a tonic to improve general health. First, we must understand what it is and how it works to know how it can benefit us.
  • 7/31/2012
    The heart, the arteries, the veins—what is their purpose? Just by exploring some of the basic functions that blood performs, it opens the door to exploring how much we can influence the performance of those functions by our dietary and lifestyle choices.
  • 7/31/2012
    No matter how toxic free we live and eat, we are constantly absorbing toxins through the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink. It is essential to remove these poisons in order to avoid catastrophic illness. List of articles on detoxing!
  • 3/12/2012
    Jon examines the anatomy of the urinary system and explores those things that can go wrong in all areas of the system -- and how we can use natural therapies to overcome those problems.  
  • 1/7/2012
    Researchers have found that young blood rejuvenates old bodies. Now, new evidence suggests that young blood may also make the brain young again.
  • 10/3/2011
    In our concluding segment on the immune system, we progressively step outside the box and draw a clear line between the medical view of the immune system and the holistic view. And ultimately, we arrive at the primary point of separation.
  • 3/14/2009
    A new study just published in the journal Pediatrics found that women who have a vitamin B-12 deficiency stand a greatly increased risk of giving birth to children with severe "neural tube" birth defects.
  • 2/5/2009
    A new study just determined that the chemicals (perfluorinated chemicals, aka PFCs) found in common household items like upholstered furniture, carpeting, paper, and food-packaging materials may cause infertility.
  • 6/13/2008
    Researchers found that for every 10-microgram increase in pollution above the 12-mcg level, your risk of toxicity and deep vein thrombosis goes up by 70 percent.
  • 3/29/2008
    A recent article in Access Hollywood reveals that Demi Moore uses leeches to purify her blood. So is Demi's foray into bloodletting mere Beverly Hills insanity, or is there actually something to it? In fact, recent studies show that planned bleeding might have curative effects, after all.
  • 10/19/2007
    Clinical studies confirm that receiving a blood transfusion increases your risk of having a heart attack! Understand why they may be doing more harm than good and how you can avoid putting yourself at risk.
  • 8/13/2007
    You might think that it makes sense to first explore what blood is made of before we explore what it does, but, in fact, the opposite is true. By first understanding the roles blood plays in our bodies, it's much easier to understand "why" blood is made the way it is.
  • 11/10/2006
    You need to understand that the medical response for Hepatits C is not necessarily that effective; and second, you should also know that it's particularly rough on the body.
  • 11/3/2006
    There are many forms of anemia, each with its own cause. Anemia can be temporary or long-term, and it can range from mild to severe. In other words, looking for magic bullet supplements is a hit or miss proposition.
  • 8/30/2006
    People often ask, "How can I do the Baseline of Health® Program more intensively -- if I want to feel the benefits even more strongly?"
  • 9/9/2002
    Take a quick look at Jon's experience with his sugar/lipid metabolic formula.
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