That red, gooey stuff that parasites are so fond of and which is mercilessly replicated in Hollywood to get the perfect Jackson Pollock splatter effect is more than just vampire juice. Your blood is literally what keeps you alive yet you know so little about it. Today’s Groupon will let you know everything you need to about your blood, and even show you how to rectify any deficiencies; pay R125 for a dry and live blood test analysis at Ozone Colonics, valued at R350.
Over millions of years the amount of oxygen per Earth inhabitant has greatly decreased and these days you’re only getting about half of the amount of oxygen as your ancient ancestors. As a result of this, almost everyone is oxygen deficient and your blood is not nearly as efficient at cleansing your body as it could be. Your blood’s lack-lustre performance also results in several other negative side-effects including; extra, unwanted weight, allergies, bad breath, depression, eczema, headaches, irritability and nausea. Ozone Colonics is the blockbuster hero, blasting through the door at exactly the right moment with the formula that will save the world, only the formula is a blood test analysis and the world is your body.
Ozone Colonics’ thorough live and dry test analysis takes an in-depth look at your life-carrying cells and separates the wheat from the chaff. After the test analysis they’ll provide you with a custom eating plan and supplement plan that’s unique to your specific needs and will put that cherry red hue back in your blood. You’ll also undergo an abdominal exam and a blood pressure exam to ensure that all your systems are up to standard and running at full capacity. The entire human body is connected through an intricate system of nerves, many of which have connections in the feet. Through a reflexology check-up, it will be determined if all of these connections are still firing like they should or if a little bit of fine tuning is needed. Finally, you’ll also receive a mini-iridology exam, which can detect many other ailments in your body which you may not even be aware of.
Colonic fact: The first colonoscopy came about purely by chance when one Jeffrey De Blum stumbled upon a chrome gear lever protruding from the pavement outside his house. Intrigued he walked over and pulled the lever back with force only to discover it opened the release valve for a high-pressure water pipe directly beneath him.