How does the body become toxic in the first place?
Your body is working round the clock with tiny but very important cellular activities (metabolism) and the acidic waste products of this are lactic acid, carbonic acid and urea.
In a healthy body, we would neutralise these acids by buffering them, turning them into alkali salts in the blood stream and then getting them out of the body via the organs of elimination, namely the kidneys, skin, lungs, and bowel.
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So this detoxification program works brilliantly, but if it all becomes too much, as the body has only fine tolerances to changes in blood chemistry, then the body will use adrenaline to push the toxins into deeper tissues of the cell walls until such time as it can deal with them.