The most common routes of poisoning by harmful substances are follows:
- inhalation (smoking, air pollution, fueling, adverse conditions in the rooms);
- ingestion (chemical residues, the substances dissolved in water, medicines);
- injections (vaccinations, flu shots, tattooing );
- absorption (chemicals from synthetic fabrics, paints, plastics, pesticides and chemical fertilizers sprayed on lawns);
- irradiation (X-rays, nuclear power plants, nuclear testing, the development of uranium deposits, mobile phones and radio towers, computer monitors and TV screens, micro-wave ovens, electric power systems, radio- and satellite communication).
We eat and drink them, exposing ourselves to their impact repeatedly and regularly. Many medicines, food supplements and allergens are able to form in the human body poisonous compounds. Incidentally, any substance may be toxic - water, sodium and almost all of the nutrients in certain circumstances can be a problem.
At the domestic level, our body releases toxins in the course of their normal daily functions. The result of biochemical processes of cell life and physical activity becomes formation of substances in the body that need to be removed from it.
Toxins produced by the fermentation, putrefaction and decomposition of undigested food, and also because of dehydration and malnutrition. A variety of microorganisms, such as intestinal and alien bacteria, yeasts and parasites - during the life, produce substances that our body needs to fight.
To maintain health it is important to have an appropriate level of cleansing the body of toxins. Obviously, the body, all systems of which operate in the normal mode, has to cope with a certain level of toxic substances; the threat arises only if there is an excessive reception or production of toxins, or the body's ability to cleanse itself decreases.
Chlorophyll can also be used as a tool that eliminates odors of our body. The observations made in the 1940s and 50s by clinical experts have shown that chlorophyll has a deodorizing effect even on the malodorous wounds, than the doctors prescribed it orally to patients with colostomy and ileostomy, in order to reduce the odor of feces. Several cases are described where reception of chlorophyll helped to make less intense smell of urine or feces in patients suffering from incontinence.
Studies performed in the 1940s have confirmed that the use of chlorophyllin inhibits the growth of some anaerobic bacteria in vitro and accelerates the healing of wounds in laboratory animals. That allowed the use of chlorophyll and ointments made on this basis, for the treatment of non-healing of open wounds in humans.
In the late 1940s and 50s, a series of experiments was performed, which evaluated the impact of chlorophyll in the patients whose wounds healed slowly (eg, vascular ulcers, pressure ulcers). It has been found that topical application of chlorophyll provided a more effective treatment than other commonly used methods. In the late 1950s, doctors began to add chlorophyll in papain and urea-containing ointments for chemical-surgical treatment of wounds to reduce local inflammation, eliminate odor and accelerate the recovery of patients.