Diarrhea and Holy Tea
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Dr. Miller's Holy Tea was formulated by Dr. Bill Miller (Ph.D. Nutritional Science) of Tennessee, USA. It is a unique, holistic, herbal blend of safe, all-natural, USA-grown ingredients designed to gently cleanse the digestive tract and detoxify the body. Holy Tea is a cleansing tea, a detox tea, a weight loss tea, and a great-tasting herbal tea - all wrapped up in each unbleached tea bag.
But, most of all, Holy Tea is a healing tea. Remarkable things happen when you drink Holy Tea every day. It is gentle, yet surprisingly powerful as a colon cleanse, parasite cleanse, Candida cleanse, organ cleanse, blood purifier, and whole body detoxifier. You probably won't need any more laxatives, stool softeners, antacids, allergy pills, acne creams and many other potions and lotions after you start drinking Holy Tea each day.
Persons who smoke tobacco or other substances (such as marijuana), and persons who are regular drinkers of alcohol (beer, wine, or liquor) can greatly benefit from drinking Holy Tea on a regular basis to cleanse their lungs, keep their body detoxified, and help protect their liver from damage (cirrhosis of the liver can be fatal). See Holy Tea Ingredients for more about detoxification and the liver-protecting properties of silymarin found in the herbal ingredient Holy Thistle (Silybum marianum).
The name "Holy Tea" is taken from the traditional name of one of its effective ingredients, a widely-used medicinal herb known as Holy Thistle or Blessed Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum), and is not intended to imply any religious significance - although grateful users who experienced remarkable health improvements after taking Holy Tea often thank God for this gift of healing! Some want to call it a "miracle tea", but this cleansing tea is really just a special blend of high-quality American herbs, tested and refined over 20 years of use in Dr. Miller's holistic health clinics. This secret blend produces fast and effective results that no imitator has been able to copy.
What Is Diarrhea?
Diarrhea (also spelled as "diarrhoea") is the formation of non-solid stools. Diarrhea is watery and light brown or yellowish in color, and is often particularly foul-smelling because it contains decomposing fat. Do not mistake mushy, soft stools for diarrhea.
Diarrhea which contains an abnormally higher percentage of undigested fats is called steatorrhea. It has an oily or greasy appearance, has a very foul smell and usually floats in the toilet bowl because oils and fats are lighter than water (see below for details and causes of steatorrhea).
Diarrhea can be caused by many things such as stress, a change in diet, certain foods, too large a meal, too much fat in a meal, certain parasites and bacteria and viruses - and by at least 600 pharmaceutical drugs which list diarrhea as a side effect.
Types of Diarrhea
Infectious diarrhea, also called enteritis, is a type of diarrhea caused by a microbial infection by a bacterium, virus, or parasite. The diarrhea is usually viral in origin, and is most often caused by Norovirus, Rotavirus, Adenovirus, or Astrovirus. Rotavirus is common in children.
Other types of infectious diarrhea can be caused by bacteria such as Campylobacter and Salmonella; by protozoa such as Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium; by amoebae such as Entamoeba histolytica; and by parasitic worms such as the hookworm, the Ascaria roundworm, and tapeworms.
Clostridium difficile is the most common cause of infectious diarrhea in hosptialized patients in all parts of the world.
It is very important to ensure adequate fluid intake while diarrhea is present. Dehydration due to water loss can be dangerous to adults, and a sudden loss of fluids for even one day can be fatal to infants.
Acute infectious diarrhea usually lasts about 7 days when not treated, but it is not uncommon for the diarrhea to persist for years without significant long-term illness. The most common persistent bacterial organism which causes diarrhea in humans is Salmonella. More commonly, the diarrhea slowly lessens and the patient becomes a carrier who is not ill but can transmit the infection to others.
Chronic diarrhea is diarrhea that persists over a long period of time. It may "come and go" for months and years, and sometimes may alternate with periods of constipation followed by bouts of diarrhea. The causes are listed below.
Like diarrhea, steatorrhea is the formation of non-solid feces. But the watery stools may also float due to excess unabsorbed fat content, have an oily or greasy appearance, and be particularly foul-smelling. Putrefactive bacteria in the colon feed on the undigested fats, and the decomposing fat has an almost nauseating odor similar to the foul smell of a decomposing dead body.
With steatorrhea there is increased fat excretion, which can be measured by determining the fecal fat level. An amount of fat excretion in the feces in excess of 0.3 grams of fat per kilogram of body weight in one day is commonly considered an indication of steatorrhea.
The production of steatorrhea is usually caused by malabsorption of fats in the small intestine. Possible biological causes of this malabsorption can be a lack of bile acids due to liver damage or hypolipidemic drugs; defects in pancreatic juices (enzymes); and defective mucosal cells. The absence of bile acids will cause the feces to appear gray or pale.
Steatorrhea can be a symptom of an infection by the parastic protozoa, Giardia lamblia, which attaches itself to the lining of the upper small intestine, damages the villae, and inhibits the ability of the mucosal cells of the small intestine to absorb fats.
Malabsorption of fat is seen with short bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, coeliac disease, and abetalipoproteinaemia. It may also be a symptom of bacterial overgrowth, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, cystic fibrosis, choledocholithiasis (an obstruction of the bile duct by a gallstone), primary sclerosing cholangitis, or Zollinger-Ellison syndrome.
An oily leakage from the anus or some level of fecal incontinence may also occur with steatorrhea.
Steatorrhea can also occur after consuming non-digestible oils or fats such as Olestra, or as a side-effect of medicines such as Orlistat (Xenical) that prevent the absorption of dietary fats. Consuming Jojoba oil can cause steatorrhea and anal leakage because it is not digestible. Consuming escolar and oilfish (also called butterfish) often causes steatorrhea.
If there is blood visible in the stools, the condition is NOT diarrhea, but dysentery - which is caused by an excessive release of water caused by the release of antidiuretic hormone from the posterior pituary gland. The blood is indicative of an invasion of the bowel tissue. Dysentery is a symptom of Shigella, Salmonella, Entamoeba Histolytica, and certain other microbial infections.
What Causes Diarrhea?
Diarrhea is a medical condition that can be caused by many things - such those listed below, or by any of 600 pharmaceutical drugs which list diarrhea as a side effect. Sometimes, stressful events in your life or the kind of food or water you have recently ingested (as mentioned below) can provide a clue to the real cause of the diarrhea.
The following list of possible causes of diarrhea is for general information only, and is not intended to provide any medical diagnosis or medical advice. Consult your medical doctor if you have diarrhea.
The usual suspects are:
Some of the microbial infections listed here may be accompanied by cramps, nausea, vomiting, or blood in the stools (dysentery). But a milder infection by the same microbe may only manifest with diarrhea (very mushy or watery stools) as its only noticeable symptom.
An infection caused by an infectious virus (Norovirus, Rotavirus, Adenovirus, or Astrovirus), bacteria (Campylobacter, Salmonella, or Clostridium difficile) or parasite (Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Entamoeba histolytica, hookworm, or Ascaris roundworm) is called enteritis and diarrhea may be a symptom of the infection. Once the acute infection has passed (usually in about 7 days) the patient sometimes remains a carrier for years and may suffer occasional bouts of diarrhea without any accompanying illness.
Common Causes of Diarrhea
Chronic diarrhea can be caused by long-term daily ethanol ingestion by alcoholics who drink liquors, wines, or beers - where the consumption of alcohol inhibits the body's ability to absorb water. The alcohol is absorbed in the intestines and the toxicity of alcohol causes the epithelial cells to lose their ability to absorb water. This leads to an outpouring of fluid from the intestinal lining, which is in turn poorly absorbed, leaving too much fluid in the stools. Diarrhea is often a symptom of a "hangover" after a session of heavy drinking of liquor, beer, or wine. The diarrhea usually lasts for several hours, until the alcohol is detoxified and leaves the digestive system.
When To Seek Medical Attention For Diarrhea
Diarrhea causes an excessive loss of water (dehydration) which can be dangerous to adults if it continues longer than two days. It is particularly dangerous to babies due to the sudden loss of fluids.
You need to call your doctor if you have diarrhea and any of these factors apply...
Complications Arising From Diarrhea
When you have diarrhea, drink lots of water to replace the lost water and avoid severe dehydration, which can be dangerous to your health.
Dehydration can occur when there is excessive loss of fluids and minerals (electrolytes) from the body due to diarrhea. Dehydration is common among adult patients with acute diarrhea who pass large amounts of watery stools, particularly when the intake of fluids is limited due to nausea and vomiting. Dehydration also is common in babies and young children who develop viral gastroenteritis or bacterial infection.
Electrolytes (important minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium and sodium) are lost with the water, and when diarrhea is prolonged or severe it can cause electrolyte deficiencies (most commonly a deficiency of sodium and potassium). Abnormalities in chlorides and bicarbonates also may also develop.
Moderate to severe dehydration may cause orthostatic hypotension with syncope, i.e. fainting upon standing up, which causes a drop in blood pressure upon standing (due to a lower volume of blood after water loss). Dehydration can cause confusion, severe weakness, a diminished urine output, acidosis (excess acid in the blood), kidney failure, shock, and coma. Drink lots of water if you are experiencing a case of diarrhea, to replace the lost fluids.
Medications Used To Control Diarrhea
Two types of antidiarrheal medications are used to control diarrhea: anti-motility drugs and absorbents.
Absorbents are compounds that absorb water. They are taken orally and bind water in the small intestine and colon, which makes diarrheal stools less watery. They may also bind toxins produced by bacteria that cause the small intestine to secrete fluid. The two main absorbents used for diarrhea are attapulgite and polycarbophil. Both are available without a prescription.
Attapulgite is an absorbent drug used in antidiarrheal products sold under the following brand names:
Diasorb, Diatrol, Donnagel, Kaopectate Advanced Formula, Parepectolin, Rheaban.
Attapulgite is an oral, nonabsorbed medication which works by adsorbing (binding) large numbers of bacteria and toxins and reducing the loss of water. The main side effect is constipation.
Anti-motility medications are drugs that relax the muscles of the small intestine and/or colon, slowing down the rhythmic muscle contractions that produce a continual squeezing action called peristalsis that moves waste through the intestines. This relaxation results in a slower flow of waste material, which allows more time for its water content to be absorbed by the colon and thus reduces the softness of the stools. ("Anti" means "against" and "motility" means "movement" so an anti-motility drug works against the movement of feces, which slows down the rate at which the feces move through the bowels. Thus an anti-motility drug produces the opposite effect of a cathartic drug which speeds up the movement of waste.)
A commonly prescribed anti-motility drug for control of diarrhea is loperamide, which is used in the brands Imodium and Imodium A-D. It is also used in non-prescription antidiarrheal products sold under the following brand names:
Kaopectate II, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal Caplets, and Pepto Diarrhea Control.
Loperamide is used for the relief of acute diarrhea and the management of chronic diarrhea in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease). Loperamide is generally well tolerated. Side effects that have been reported include drowsiness, dizziness, dry mouth, fatigue, abdominal pain, constipation, nausea, and vomiting.
Lomotil is a prescription-only drug used to treat acute diarrhea (diarrhea of limited duration). Lomotil is a combination of two drugs, diphenoxylate and atropine.
Bismuth compounds are used in many preparations available around the world. It is not well understood how effective bismuth compounds are, except in traveler's diarrhea and the treatment of a Helicobacter pylori bacteria infection of the stomach, where they have been shown to be effective.
Bismuth subsalicylate, which is sold under the brand name Pepto-Bismol in the USA, contains two potentially active ingredients: bismuth and salicylate (i.e. aspirin). Pepto-Bismol is the over-the-counter medication of choice for many North Americans who suffer from diarrhea. It is well-tolerated, with only minor side effects that include darkening of the stool and tongue.
WARNING: There are several precautions that should be noted when taking Pepto-Bismol:
A Home Remedy
Eating a raw apple (and the skin) can help avoid loose stools or diarrhea because the pectin in apples helps absorb excess moisture in the colon.
Frequently Asked Questions About Holy Tea
Is Holy Tea a Laxative?
Among other things, Holy Tea softens stool and acts like a mild but effective laxative (makes waste elimination easier) and cathartic (makes waste elimination faster). But Holy Tea does NOT cause bowel dependency and can be taken daily for weeks, months, or even years. (Beware of other types of cathartic which contain senna (aka Cassia Senna) or cascara sagrada (aka California Buckthorn) which are irritants that can create bowel dependency after using for as little as one week.)
If you have hard stools, uncomfortably large stools, or are constipated (i.e. do not have at least one bowel movement per day), you will soon see a positive change in the texture, size, and frequency of your bowel movements. Your stools should start to pass more easily and quickly, without straining and without pain.
Some users of Holy Tea have seen their constipation relieved after just a day or two, and felt very grateful for the "blessed relief" the Holy Tea has given them! And if constipation has been the cause of hemorrhoids, piles, and anal fissures, these little miseries may soon become a thing of the past.
Can Holy Tea Create "Bowel Dependency"?
No. Holy Tea can safely be taken every day for months or years without creating bowel dependency. It does NOT contain any of the harsh cathartics or laxatives which could cause bowel dependency or "lazy-bowel syndrome".
Chronic use of stimulant cathartic laxatives may lead to "lazy-bowel syndrome" - a dependence on cathartics to have any bowel movement at all, when the muscles of the stomach and intestines lose their ability to contract without being artifically stimulated by the cathartic.
While the continued use of many herbal laxatives and prescription laxatives can result in "bowel dependency", the herbs in Holy Tea DO NOT cause this effect. When used according to the directions, Holy Tea can be taken continually for months and years.
Some herbal laxatives and cathartics contain a cathartic herb called Senna, known by the botanical names Cassia angustifolia and Cassia acutifolia in the family Caesalpinaceae. Its common names include Cassia Senna, Indian Senna, Egyptian Senna, Nubian Senna, Alexandrian Senna, Khartoum Senna, and Tinnervelly Senna.
Cassia Senna is an irritant and strong cathartic/laxative that should not be taken for more than one week because it can create bowel dependency. Cassia Senna can also irritate sensitive areas of the bowel and should not be taken by persons with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Chrohn's disease, colitis, or diverticulitis.
Holy Tea does NOT contain Senna or Cassia. It does contain Chinese Mallow, which is a demulcent often used as an extra ingredient in those Senna laxatives to help counteract the irritating effects of the Senna.
Another strong and harsh cathartic used in commercial laxatives is known as Cascara sagrada or Rhamnus Purshiana Bark or Sacred Bark or California Buckthorn.
Cascara sagrada should not be taken for more than 7 days because it can create bowel dependency. It could also cause some severe side effects such as abdominal pain, severe cramps, bloating, bloody diarrhea, liver toxicity, urine discoloration, electrolyte imbalance, nausea, and loss of body fluids. Cascara sagrada should not be taken by children, pregnant women, nursing mothers, or persons with liver disease or an inflammatory bowel disease.
Holy Tea does NOT contain Cascara sagrada.
Does Holy Tea Irritate the Stomach or Intestines?
Two of the natural herbal ingredients in Holy Tea, Malva leaf and Marsh Mallow, have been used for hundreds of years as a demulcent - a substance which is protective of and soothing to delicate mucosal membranes. Both are of the same plant family as the beautiful Hibiscus flower. The leaves and stems actually produce a slippery plant polar glycoprotein called mucilage which coats and soothes the lining of the throat, stomach, and intestines; so it is unlikely that the Holy Tea would irritate the lining of your intestines.
The herb called Marsh Mallow or "Chinese Mallow" has long been used as the main ingredient in lozenges to soothe irritation of the throat and tonsils. The original "marshmallow" was a medicinal lozenge that sometimes contained sugar to make it taste better for children and other users, but now bears no resemblence to the modern marshmallow which is made as a candy.
Will I Have to Run to the Toilet?
When the Holy Tea starts to stimulate the regular movement of waste through your digestive tract, you will feel a normal urge to have a bowel movement.
You won't have to quickly run to the toilet to avoid an "accident" as you would with a case of diarrhea or when taking a strong laxative. But you should start thinking about heading for a bathroom once you feel the urge.
If you are worried about "having to go" while travelling or at work, you could try drinking your Holy Tea in the evening so that you are likely to have a bowel movement at home, first thing in the morning. If you do have to go while at work, note that you'll be spending much less time on the toilet than you did when you were constipated. A "normal" bowel movement will only take a few minutes.
If you are afraid that you might suddenly "have to go" at a time when no bathroom facilities are available, then you may want to initially start taking your Holy Tea when you are going to be staying at home on a weekend. You will soon see how the Tea affects your own bowel movements, and the amount of time you have between the time the "urge" is felt and the time you really need to get to a toilet.
Most likely you will find that there was nothing to worry about, but you may want to "play it safe" when you first start taking your Holy Tea and learn how it is going to affect your own bowel movements.
Does Holy Tea Cause Diarrhea?
No. Holy Tea can actually help with several things that can cause diarrhea, such as parasite infections by Giardia or Cryptosporidium, an overgrowth of Candida yeast, flukes, tapeworms, hookworms, Ascaris roundworms, or ethanol poisoning from excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages such as liquor, beer and wine.
But Holy Tea does have mild laxative and cathartic properties that can cause soft stools or loose stools in some users if too much Holy Tea is taken before getting used to it, or if they drink too much Holy Tea on its own without food.
Start slowly with HALF the regular daily dose for a few days before taking the full recommended adult dose of two glasses per day, and try to drink your Holy Tea shortly before or after a meal. That will reduce any chance of having soft stools or loose stools, which are not the same as diarrhea.
Eating a raw apple (including the skin) can help avoid loose stools because the pectin in apples helps absorb excess moisture in the colon. Raw apples are a good source of powerful antioxidant flavonoids like quercetin or quercitin and also help reduce the absorption of bad LDL cholesterol. Apples are also a good source of fiber, magnesium, potassium, and maltic acid.
The old saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away!" may have some truth in it.
"Studies show that as many as half of all Americans do not consume enough magnesium. Magnesium deficits have been tied to allergies, asthma, attention deficit disorder, anxiety, heart disease, muscle cramps and other conditions."
Even worse, a recent U.S. government study shows an alarming 68 percent of Americans do not consume the recommended daily intake of magnesium. Even more alarming is data from the study showing that 19 percent of Americans do not consume even half of the government’s recommended daily intake (RDA) of magnesium.
Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in our bodies, and is required by the liver (along with Vitamin C) to perform its function of detoxifying the blood. All forms of heart disease are linked to a deficiency of magnesium. You can't live without it.
Migraines and asthma are strongly linked to a magnesium deficiency.
Diarrhea of any kind can cause a loss of magnesium. So can the phosphates found in soda drinks (especially cola type sodas, both the diet and regular versions), sodium (high salt intake), stress (physical and mental), and intense exercise and sweating.
The following types of pharmaceutical drugs deplete the body of magnesium: Corticosteroids (for asthma), Beta-adrenergic agonists (for asthma), Theophylline (for asthma), Insulin (for diabetes), and Thiazide. The drugs nicotine and cocaine also cause a loss of magnesium.
You might want to take that saying about eating apples very seriously.
The primary function of your colon is to absorb 90 percent of the water in the passing waste material and filter it into the bloodstream. It is also supposed to extract the electrolytes - which are ions of the minerals magnesium, calcium, postassium, and sodium.
When so much water passes out of the body with diarrhea or steatorrhea, the colon is not able to deliver the life-sustaining water and electrolytes to the bloodstream, which causes dehydration and other health problems, and can even be fatal if the diarrhea is severe and persists too long without treatment. The blood can get too "thick", which may result in clots being formed, which in turn can cause a heart attack or stroke.
Note that drinking the Holy Tea at night or between meals can sometimes result in "soft stools" or "loose stools" which are more mushy or thinner than usual. This is why the instructions say to take your Holy Tea with a meal.
But this is NOT "diarrhea" and is not a problem you need to worry about. But it is a little "icky" and you may want to avoid it by taking your Holy Tea with food, just before or just after a meal. Holy Tea does not cause diarrhea - although drinking too much can cause the otherwise normal brown stools to be thinner or mushier. How much is "too much", you will have to learn from experience, since every person's body and health conditions are different.
A "normal" stool should have a diameter about half the size of your own wrist and have a consistency like toothpaste from a tube. If you were constipated and were used to excreting larger-than-normal stools and suffered from pain, rectal bleeding, anal fissures, piles or hemhorroids, then you might think that the Holy Tea has caused you to have "thin" stools - even though they really are "normal" stools.
If the soft stools or loose stools continue even after drinking your Holy Tea with meals, REDUCE the amount of Holy Tea you drink per day until you find the amount that works best for you. You could also try eating a raw apple or two because the pectin in apple skins absorbs water and thus can make the stools firmer.
If You Are Constipated
But if your stools are still too large or too hard, or if you are not having the normal one or two bowel movements per day, then you could INCREASE the amount of Holy Tea you drink per day to help deal with the constipation. Remember, it is normal to have one or more bowel movements each and every day, just like a baby who has a clean digestive tract.
When some fresh food goes in, some older food waste should come out. If it doesn't, then waste is being stored too long in your colon, which leads to excessive toxins being produced by intestinal bacteria and yeast - which is called autointoxification (i.e. "self poisoning"). A normal "transit time" for food to pass from the mouth to the anus is about 12 to 15 hours, which minimizes the amount of toxins being absorbed. Note too that the excess waste present in the digestive tract provides a feeding ground and/or safe habitat for all kinds of troublesome intestinal parasites, such as worms, flukes, protozoa, and amoeba, as well as the pathogenic bacteria and yeast which excrete toxins.
If you are consuming food every day but don't have a bowel movement every day, then you are likely suffering from constipation. The medical profession generally uses a benchmark of three consecutive days without a bowel movement to be an indicator of constipation. That may be when your doctor would consider treating your constipation with drugs, but consider the much greater amount of autointoxification that can occur in 24 to 72 hours, instead of the 12 or 15 hours a person with a healthy colon would carry that toxic waste inside him.
Even if your doctor doesn't diagnose your inability to have a normal bowel movement each day as constipation, do you really want to keep absorbing toxins into your bloodstream by keeping the food waste inside your body too long? If you are not having a daily bowel movement, you probably don't feel as healthy as a person with a healthy colon that is functioning normally, for those toxins in your blood can make you feel fatigued and "brain fogged". But you may not realize it until you do something to end the constipation, reduce the autointoxification, and see what "normal" really feels like.
Try drinking Dr. Miller's Holy Tea for a week and see how you feel.
What Does Real Diarrhea Look Like?
Diarrhea is the production of overly watery stools, often containing some undigested fats and oils. If they contain an abnormally high percentage of undigested fats, the condition is called Steatorrhea.
When diarrhea is present, the stools may contain some undigested fats and/or carbohydrates, so the watery feces often float because they contain gasses released by intestinal bacteria and yeast which ferment the undigested carbohydrates, or because the undigested fat in the stools is lighter than water. The stools will likely be lighter in color because of the extra fat content.
Steatorrhea looks particularly shiny, greasy or oily, and may be whitish or yellowish in color, like fat. The stools, which will float at the surface of the toilet water, may also have an extremely foul odor if they contain a lot of decomposing fat (which is why dead bodies smell so bad).
Did you know that an animal or vegetable "fat" and "oil" are the same thing? Fat is just an oil that is naturally solid at room temperature - like the animal fat in meat or butter, or the vegetable fat in solid coconut oil.
Margarines and butter substitutes are made from oils that are artifically "hydrogenated" to make them solid at room temperature like butter - which makes any healthy unsaturated vegetable oil into an unhealthy saturated fat, but the manufacturers don't want you to know that! They tell you their margarine is "made from" a healthy vegetable oil, but what they "made" can be an UNhealthy super-saturated fat. You may be better off using real butter - or virgin coconut oil (which is a unique medium-density lipid that is never stored as fat in your body, helps increase your metabolic rate and thyroid function, and is actually good for you). Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which is also found in human breast milk.
Tips and Warnings
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Warning: Holy Tea is a Cathartic
Holy Tea contains some natural herbs which act as a cathartic. In medical terms, a cathartic is a substance which ACCELERATES defecation. By contrast, a laxative is a substance which EASES defecation, usually by making the stools softer.
Many products sold as "laxatives" are both a laxative and a cathartic. Holy Tea acts as a laxative and a cathartic, but does not contain harsh cathartic laxatives like Cassia Senna or Cascara Sagrada.
In some special cases, speeding up the flow of digestive waste is not what your doctor would advise under the circumstances. We advise you to consult your health care professional before using Holy Tea if you fall into any of the following groups.
Women who are pregnant or nursing, persons who are elderly or very young, and persons with an existing medical condition or undergoing treatment with drugs should consult their personal physician before using Holy Tea or any herbal product. (Make a copy of the Ingredients to show to your doctor, if necessary.)
Warning: If You Are Taking Prescription Drugs, Medications, or Birth Control Pills
Do not drink the Holy Tea within 2 hours before AND after you take any prescription drugs, medications, or birth control pills.
The detoxifying effects of the Holy Tea might inhibit the effectiveness of the drugs or medications you are taking. Allow at least 2 hours to permit the drugs to be absorbed before you drink any more Holy Tea. If you are taking birth control pills, allow an extra 2 hours (4 in all) before and after taking your pill before drinking any Holy Tea.
The Holy Tea stimulates your body to get rid of drug residues, and can have the same effect on prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications that you WANT to help with your healing.
NOTE: This warning does NOT apply to natural vitamin and mineral supplements or natural herbal supplements or herbal remedies, but only to drugs which are "man-made" and are therefore not recognized by your body as "natural" substances.
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