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Below are words of wisdom from a Chinese medicine person

Your appendix is a very specialized organ with a very important job.  It’s there to disinfect your colon.  If you lose it due to a surgical procedure, you then must endure a life long issue with digestive tract issues.

“Greetings everyone!.. I  am writing to discuss my experience with appendicitis and how I cured myself without having to resort to surgery.  I am also willing to answer any legitimate questions regarding acupuncture and Oriental medicine in general as I believe educating as many people about the benefits of this ancient art will be helpful to all. I also wish to avoid any ridiculous political discussions regarding the effectiveness of acupuncture versus western medicine.  I am a recent graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, receiving a Masters degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine… soon I will be opening a practice in Southern New Mexico. I am an experienced acupuncturist, herbologist, massage therapist, and I teach chi gong, “Chinese yoga”, at a cancer rehabilitation resource group as well as a drug addiction rehabilitation program. I am a Taoist and I have a BA in Asian history.”Xiaogoushi

I think most people who read Dismantle The Beam Project would not need to be reschooled in the fact that the appendix does have a function.  The product secreted by the appendix is both a cache of stored probiotics (good bacteria) and disinfecting compounds.  I cannot prove this for the reason medical science, over 100 years of it, won’t document the research into the contents secreted by the appendix.  Yet, they can tell you what an electron microscope reveals about the nucleus of the atom, the cell, and the chemistry of a gnat.. including the map of the entire human genome.  But, they cannot explain why a biopsy analysis of the appendix is unavailable.  Go figure.  They just don’t want you to ask questions.

Appendicitis is the result of deposits of sediment which could be a number of things, fecal matter being one of course, but also an infestation and nesting of parasites in the area.  These ‘items’ back against or into the appendix opening which begins as an inflammation.  We’ve heard too often what happens when the gland bursts.

The mal bacteria multiplies causing irritation to the gland and in most cases, closes the duct that opens into the large intestine.  When there is a blockage, the appendix can inflame to the point that it bursts in which the doctor will instal the infamous fear factor to the patient.  The recourse is to surgically remove the appendix.  But when the doctor makes the claim that the patient is not to worry for one month prior to a scheduled surgery, then there must be a problem with logic.  The patient agrees without any knowledge as to what the purpose of the appendix is and why it is infected.

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Your drain pipe

Think of this set-up as the plumbing under the sink.  There is a pipe going downward to that u-turn, up and then through the wall.  The pocket as I call it is the same under the ileocecal valve.  The anti-bacterial and disinfectant compounds drop by gravity into the pocket.  It flushes out normally when liquid food pours into the large intestine in which the sediment is pushed upward making its way through five feet of colon ‘piping’ where the liquid nutrients are absorbed.

When there is a poor condition along the length of the colon, the unabsorbed food remains behind the ‘pile up’ causing a ‘freeway’ slowdown where a ‘traffic jam’ occurs.  When this happens, the liquid coming from the iliocecal valve cannot swirl that sediment from the pocket.  The result is appendicitis because the gland becomes so exhausted with over secreting its antiseptic agents that it no longer functions, loses it’s health, and then needs to be removed.  Unless you flush the system out using a series of colon hydrotherapies to remove everything, this gland cannot rebound in time if so infected.

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How do I unblock my appendix?

Iridology.. let’s look at the iris

You may even seek the advice or treatment from an acupuncturist  to stimulate the appendix points on the ear, foot, and on the body.  A nutritionist can advise as to what herbs are essential for evacuating unwanted parasites and worms from the intestinal tract.  Pumpkin seeds and walnut husk are used to help with the removal of these organisms.

Herbs and natural approach using colonic cleansing and a healthy diet.  You can also stimulate the appendix using pressure points at the ears and the right foot.

You can easily tell if when there is an impaction of the intestinal tract, in particular the large intestine, or colon, by the darkened ring around the pupil of the eye.  A blue eye that has a brown ring as shown in this picture is a perfect example.  You can test this if you happen to have a similar appearance by conducting a self-test.  Change your diet to a healthy one, get a treatment professionaly or a self colon hydrotherapy using the enema technique, and see if the area clears revealing the original blue that you had when as a child.  The proof is in the pudding (action).

Foot reflexology

“Appendicitis is an accumulation of the physical energies of dampness, heat, and toxicity. You may visualize a stagnant swamp to get the idea.  This condition plus fecal matter accumulates in the large intestine to produce the inflammatory western medicine recognizes as appendicitis. Actually this can be referred to as “traveling abdominal pain”.  Acupuncture and herbs are used to eliminate the presence of this damp heat pathogen in the intestines.  It helps restore “chi”.  It is vitally important to consider weather and climatic patterns throughout the day.  For instance, the late summer is a time of “damp heat” climatically, it is not unusual to note “damp heat” pathologies in clinics and hospitals.” – Xiou

When we look at the map of our digestive tract which is mapped out on the iris, your appendix  is located just underneath the pupil area.  If there is a blemish or a black spot, then you have self diagnosed yourself with an inflamed appendix.  Further validation of the small and large intestine should confirm the diagnosis, however, it should not be a green light that you ‘must’ undergo a removal of this organ/gland.  A seven to ten day fast as well as a thorough cleansing of the digestive tract while feeding yourself with better meal choices should result with a healed appendix in a couple of weeks at the most.  The blemish on the iris fades and in a short span of time disappears.

You can massage a specific area of the ear and foot

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