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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
How to Identify When You Are Releasing Mucus
Let's get right to it. Anyone following the Sebi diet and taking herbs has one thing on their radar, mucus! Every herb we swallow, tonic we drink, vegetable we consume or gallon of water we intake, we are always checking for mucus. But how do we know what to look for? Some of us don't and others are unsure.
Let's have a crappy conversation, shall we?
THIS IS POOP
THIS IS YOUR POOP WITH MUCUS
Mucus is released in various ways. The one we are most common with is that of the stool. This is what mucus looks like in the poop. Mucus in stool can be a symptom of digestive problems or it can be a result of a successful colon cleansing.
IDENTIFYING MUCUS IN STOOL
Mucus is generally pretty easy to identify. It can be white, yellow, or clear in color. In all cases, however, mucus will retain a jelly-like consistency. Mucus may cover the entire surface of the poop or may appear in small particles. In the latter case, the substance may resemble worms somewhat, but do not be alarmed if it does.
When cleansing, you might notice increased amounts of mucus. In most people, the mucus builds up gradually as your colon works to protect itself from the unhealthy foods you eat.
URINE TROUBLE NOW!!!
All human beings have mucus in their urinary tract. The mucus appears as crystals, secretions or threads. You may find it in the penis and urethra of a man and the uterus and vagina of a woman. Here are a few pictures of what to look for:
EYE SEE MUCUS
Eye mucus, also referred to as eye gunk, boogers or goop, is not a pleasant sight. It mostly forms at night and early in the mornings. This is not as common as the other areas that release mucus while on Dr. Sebi's treatments. Eye mucus may mean several other things such as illness and infections. Here's what to look for.
SWEAT, SKIN, THROAT & NASAL
I couldn't find any decent information on mucus being released through the skin or sweating, but I was told that it is possible. Also, a very common way I released mucus other than through the poop and urine was the throat. It would just come up while I was in the middle of speaking. No coughing necessary. Mucus' most common escape route is through the nose, of course.