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Re: Fasting Headache Issues
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Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Fasting Headache Issues

Our discomforts in missing a meal, missing a day of meals, missing four days ect, or the particular (nauseating or sweet) odor of fresh wheatgrass juice(new mown lawn smell) reveal how systemicly congested we are, or not.

Intestinal constipation is very common as cause of headaches when fasting(as when not), and so measures taken(enemas) while fasting immediately relieve the pain, if that was related.
It may also be that you are reingesting a previous or current unintended item in, diet, water or air, like metals.

Nausea, headaches, irritability, are all commonly experienced w novice fasting, however eventually as our systems regain health, we no longer have as many if any negative experiences while fasting, and the amazing ability to enjoy the sweet smell and taste of new mown wheatgrass juice lawn dawns.

The different aids that can assist fasting by increasing or slowing its actions, need to be understood w re to their own particularity (like water vs no water fasting) as well as our own present dissposition, physically and mentally.
Dilution is always an idea if a questionable remedy is still to be pursued, and diluting UT is common, some only use a drop.

Also headaches may be your nervous systems struggling for ballance, brought on w fasting. For these type headaches Cayce advised Castor oil packs. You could set up a pack on the liver, and or on your back along the spine w the tecnique advised and avail on line.

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