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Pancreas: one of the many overlooked organs by drug dealers


The health of the Pancreas is vital to our digestive system and entire body. Without its proper function, the body will not absorb food well and the nutrients that the cells and body need will not be available for proper use. Herbal medicine should be used for a healthy functioning Pancreas.

We know that a TICM approach will help digestive disorders. Studies have been done in regards to acute pancreatitis (AP) deeming that TICM exhibits good curative effects in AP treatment (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5449418/). Moderate food: focus on gently cooked vegetables, whole grains and foods that are easily digestible as their essence nourishes and heals the digestive system. Avoid dairy, heavy sauces, oils but use olive oil. Ginger tea, root vegetables, sweet potatoes, bone broths, scallions, liquorice root and cooked dark leafy greens are all very healing. Regular meals: the digestive system likes consistency. It wants a warming and nutritious breakfast and lunch and lighter dinner. Do not skip breakfast and lunch, begin your day with ginger powder tea or warm lemon water. Minerals: make sure to get enough zinc, magnesium, and trace minerals. Best source is oyster or bentonite clay. Lifestyle: a tired digestive system needs relaxation. Natural stress relieving activities like meditation, exercise, journaling, deep breathing, unplugging from electronics and engaging in creative activities can prove very beneficial for your digestive system. Connecting to nature is also healing for the body and a quick stress reliever. Perspective: often when we do not feel good, we relish in negative thoughts, because it is harder to see the light. Changing your perspective and aligning with why your body is seeking change, that it ultimately is happening for your healing and greater good can lead to your recovery. Our Stomachs digest our thoughts as well as our food, so make sure to put some good thoughts in there.

Many people also have raised blood glucose when stress. Stress increases the cortisol levels which in turn activates the Pancreas to produce more insulin than necessary which ends in high blood glucose and you could end up with an unjustified diabetes diagnosis and then onto drug dealing for life.

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