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Hot Baths - Why To Take Short Baths

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[2008]

[Aajonus]

For the long lymphatic baths. The short 35 and that's in addition to the book.

When I found that a lot of people were dissolving the lymphatic congestion and the lymph system dumps its dissolved fats and toxins into the connective tissue and skin to be perspired out.

I found that some people who were taking the hot baths went through that process, but they didn't get it out of their skin. So, about 20% of the people I found needed to do 35 minute baths every day that they weren't doing the hour to an hour and a half baths, lymphatic baths that's to get it out the connective tissue.

So, add a 35 minute bath up to five days a week. So, 2 long lymphatic baths, and then, 5 x 35 minute connective tissue flush.

No.

One does not need to exercise after the short bath. The long bath, yes.

[Attendee]

Can you take a hot shower?

[Aajonus]

Doesn't do the same.

[Attendee]

Steam sauna?

[Aajonus]

No, steam burns the mucus membranes and the lung, damages mucus production, damages those mucus membranes. Causes dryness in the mucus membranes and lungs.

So, you have to get into a jacuzzi, a hot tub, something like that that's not chlorinated.

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