How The Human Body Deals With Scar Tissue & How To Heal For Good

by Jodi Shabazz January 02, 2019

How The Human Body Deals With Scar Tissue & How To Heal For Good

The fibrous tissue that the body creates to replace damaged skin is called a scar. Scars are also know as cicatrices and are formed as a biological response for repairing skin and other tissue damage in the human body. Although they are most often not considered pretty to look at, a scar is a natural part of the body's healing process. Every wound will result in some form of scarring depending on its severity. The human body's healing process tries hard to repair the skin but it does not get it completely right, so to say.  Enzymes eat scar tissue and fibrosis. Fibrosis is scar tissue and most doctors learn in anatomy that it is fibrosis that eventually kills us all. As we age, which starts at 27, we have a diminishing of the body's output of enzymes. This is because we make a finite amount of enzymes in a lifetime and we use up a good deal of them by the time we reach our 40's.

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Homemade Vaginal Steam Seat For Less Than $20

by Jodi Shabazz September 14, 2018

When I began this vaginal steaming journey, I was so excited and I wanted to start right away. My only dilemma was, what am I going to use to steam this "vajayjay" of mine?? I didn't want to use my toilet. That didn't feel very queen-like to me. (Even though it is a "throne," haha! Gosh, I'm so corny. Still, not my idea of a throne) I didn't have an old wooden chair to cut a hole in it. I didn't have a spare toilet seat top laying around to use over a non-plastic bucket, or anything of this nature. So, I decided to look online and try to buy a vaginal steaming seat made just for this purpose. Sounds logical enough, right? So, Amazon and Google, here I come! 

When I tell you I was disappointed with these search results...man! I am going to need someone to tell me why a wooden box with a hole in the top of it costs upwards of $150-$400??! And there was even one seat, that was not really a steaming seat, basically just a wooden toilet seat top that you would have to put on top of something. It was a slab of wood with a hole in it. It costed $70!! 

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Heal Blocked Fallopian Tubes With Castor Oil Packs! Here's How!

by Jodi Shabazz August 23, 2018

Castor oil packs are ah-maaaa-zing!!! From increasing circulation to supporting the lymphatic system to fighting infections and preventing the growth of bacteria, viruses, yeast, and mold to healing scars and internal adhesions to easing constipation, etc, etc! Natural healers worldwide have used castor oil to treat a wide variety of health conditions for thousands of years. The use of castor oil goes back as far as the ancient Egyptians, who used it as a very potent natural skincare elixir and to treat eye irritations. In India, castor oil has been cherished for its skin-healing, digestive-calming, antibacterial properties, and is commonly used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine applications.

One of castor oil's remarkable qualities is its ability to increase white blood cells, and the count of T-11 cells (a unique type of white blood cells that act like antibodies) produced within the body's lymphocytes that help kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cancer cells. 

Much of the healing benefits of castor oil come down to its chemical composition. Castor oil is classified as a triglyceride fatty acid, and in fact, about 90 percent of its fatty acid content is a rare compound called ricinoleic acid. Castor oil is considered to be quite exceptional because ricinoleic acid is not found in too many other substances, and it's such a concentrated source. 

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The Miracle of Systemic Enzyme Therapy

by Jodi Shabazz May 29, 2018

People must know that the correct medical name for the therapeutic use of natural enzymes is "Systemic Enzyme Therapy." This means that enzymes flow throughout our body, producing the desired healing effects.

For an accurate description of Systemic Enzyme Therapy, one needs to know a little bit about the structure and function of enzymes, in general.

You must know that without enzymes, there is no possibility of life, in animals, plants or persons. Enzymes are essential for each and every reaction in a living organism.

We could even follow the arising of life on earth, if we think of enzymes that were necessary for the evolution in each stage. Oxygen from the air arose because certain new enzymes were formed by single plants that released oxygen. These plants had learned to produce certain enzymes that separate oxygen from carbon dioxide in the air. Today, we accurately know how this works...

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Science of Enzymes

by Jodi Shabazz May 24, 2018

ENZYMES are Bio-catalysts, i.e. substances which accelerate a certain chemical reaction without actually being consumed themselves. They are found in every cell of all living beings, from simple single cellular organisms to highly complex multicellular organisms, including human beings.

ENZYMES form an important part of our daily lives; from assisting in the production of the food we eat, to contributing to the care of our health by providing therapeutic agents or sensitive and specific diagnostic tests.

The most frequent biochemical reaction used when applying industrial enzymes is the hydrolytic decomposition of high molecular weight substances such as starch, proteins, cellulose, etc. ENZYMES are composed of proteins and also react as such. They occur throughout nature and control the build-up and decomposition of essential matter in vegetable and animal organisms. 

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Enzymes - The Breakdown

by Jodi Shabazz May 24, 2018

Enzymes That Work on Specific Food Types or Compounds

Specific enzymes work on specific foods. You need the right type of enzyme for the foods you want it to break down. Think of the foods you have problems with and then choose a product that contains at least those types of enzymes. Here is a list of the common enzyme types and foods they act on.

Digestive enzymes are enzymes that break down food into usable material. The major different types of digestive enzymes are:

Amylases - breaks down carbohydrates, starches, and sugars which are prevalent in potatoes, fruits, vegetables, and many snack foods

Lactase - breaks down lactose (milk sugars)
Diastase - digests vegetable starch
Sucrase - digests complex sugars and starches

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Importance of Enzymes

by Jodi Shabazz May 24, 2018

Systemic Enzymes & Their Importance in Maintaining Healthy Lungs & Fibrin Levels

A primary benefit of natural enzymes is eliminating and preventing scar tissue and fibrosis. Fibrosis itself is scar tissue. As we age, fibrosis becomes a leading cause of eventual death. Around our late 20's our bodies being to produce a diminishing output of enzymes and by the time we reach our 40's we produce very little enzymes. Cystic Fibrosis patients have virtually no enzyme production to speak of, and even cystic fibrosis children seldom make it past their 20's before they die of the restriction and shrinkage in the lungs from the formation of fibrosis or scar tissue.

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Systemic Enzyme Study Abstracts

by Jodi Shabazz May 24, 2018

Systemic (or Proteolytic) Enzymes are amaaaazing! Have I mentioned that already? LOL I think we all can agree that I am bonkers over Serrapeptase and systemic enzymes, in general. They helped heal my infertility of blocked fallopian tubes, so it's no secret that I am a HUGE fan. These special enzymes are truly a gift to mankind. But don't just take my word for it!

Here's a few scientific studies to back up all of these amazing claims! 

Inflammation


Plant cysteine proteases - new supportive agents in Alzheimer disease therapy?

A preliminary trial of serratiopeptidase in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome.

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How to Choose Quality Systemic Enzymes

by Jodi Shabazz May 24, 2018

All enzyme supplements are not the same. QUALITY, EFFICACY and ACTIVITY are important factors to consider when selecting systemic enzyme products. High quality enzyme products should be assessed based on the following standards:

What is enteric coating, and why is it needed? Why is BPPS such an Advantage over other processes?

Enteric coating is a layer of protective coating for dietary supplements that is meant to allow the supplement to bypass digestion by the stomach and be absorbed in the small intestine. Systemic enzymes are proteins, so their functional structures are denatured (or destroyed) in conditions of extreme pH and temperature. Without enteric coating, enzymes would be rendered useless long before they reach the bloodstream, where their carry out their beneficial effects. 

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Connection Between Your Thyroid, Slow Fallopian Tube Healing, And Endometriosis

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My TSH was very high at 14.1 when I was diagnosed about a month ago. I found this out after demanding my doctor check all of my hormone levels for fertility. The normal range is thought to be from 0.5 to 5 (some groups have recommended narrowing the reference range from 0.3 to 3). So mine was very high indeed. I have had many of the symptoms of hypothyroid for a very very long time...like at least ten years. So, I have likely gone undiagnosed and untreated for a very long time.

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The Amazing Systemic Enzymes And The Reproductive System

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

Systemic or proteolytic enzymes are enzymes that are designed to work for the entire body. Enzymes, in general, help the body function better.

Systemic enzymes break down fibrin, reduce inflammation, reduce scar tissue, reduce inflammation response (autoimmune disorders) and reduce viruses in the body. They are designed differently from digestive enzymes as they are meant to break down in the small intestine, instead of the stomach, so they reach your blood stream to reduce inflammation.

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What Exactly Is Serrapeptase?!

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018 1 Comment

World Renowned Serrapeptase Expert, Robert Redfern says, “Serrapeptase may become the most widely used nutritional supplement of all time because of its effectiveness with such a wide range of conditions.”

What Is Serrapeptase?

It has been coined the miracle enzyme, and for good reason. Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring anti-inflammatory protease enzyme originating from the Silkworm. 

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