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Influence of toxins on sexuality, pregnancy, babies & children

Environmental toxins are always present and surround us with increasing intensity, with devastating consequences for our health. Harmful chemicals in the air we breathe, in drinking water, in our food, in our living environment and in our professional environment often even influence fertility and pregnancy. Even unborn babies are exposed to toxins coming from the mother's body, and infants absorb them through their mother's milk. Even in infancy or in young children, a combination of hereditary factors and unfavorable environmental influences often trigger incurable, chronic illnesses.

You can counteract these potential dangers by consistently detoxifying your body and by largely protecting your children from harmful environmental influences.

Sexual dysfunction caused by environmental toxins

A reduction in libido, impotence and infertility can be the fatal effects of environmental toxins that pollute our body.

In particular, phthalates, which are present in plastic as plasticizers, have a negative effect on men's sexual desire. Worse still, they can even lead to erectile dysfunction and even infertility. Women also often experience a reduction in fertility as a result of poisoning with phthalates. The harmful substances enter the body through plastic floor coverings and other building materials indoors. If they escape from food packaging, they pollute the food packed inside. Ultimately, you ingest the poison through the contaminated food.

According to traditional Chinese medicine, if the harmful substances are excreted via the liver and kidneys, this promotes the flow of chi, life energy. This strengthens vitality and brings the body and mind into a new balance. Part of the chi is the sexual energy that flows through the body, generates an anti-aging effect via hormonal controls and has a psychologically balancing effect. Detoxification via internal organs has a strengthening effect on the organism as a whole. Correcting sexual dysfunction and treating declining fertility in men and women is an essential part of cleansing the body of environmental toxins.

Environmental toxins affect unborn children

The placenta filters bacteria and viruses from the mother's blood to protect the unborn baby. However, not all substances that harm the embryo or fetus are blocked. Just as alcohol and nicotine enter the baby's blood unhindered, some environmental toxins such as residues from plasticizers, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals also appear to pass through the placental barrier.

In any case, US researchers demonstrated an alarmingly high number of 109 industrial chemicals in the blood of newborns in a study published in the journal “Environmental Science & Technology”. Most of them came from plasticizers and almost equally from cosmetics, medicines, household cleaners and pesticides. The blood and umbilical cord blood of the newborns also contained polyfluorinated alkyl compounds, which accumulate in human tissue.

What is frightening is the realization that these poisons remain in the organism for generations when a mother passes them on to the unborn child. Adding to the impairments that the newborn has already suffered in the womb are toxins, including highly toxic heavy metals, dioxins, pesticides and PCBs from breast milk.

Avoid early autoimmune diseases in toddlers and school children

A balanced diet rich in fiber and sufficient exercise are particularly important in early childhood and school children in order to prevent the development of chronic diseases. But that alone is not comprehensive protection, because environmental toxins can also trigger autoimmune reactions. If the immune system forms autoreactive cells that attack the body, this can lead to an autoimmune reaction that can lead to illness.

Environmental influences in the form of infectious pathogens, unhealthy diet, stress and environmental toxins usually contribute to the development of the chronic disease, which is no longer curable. Children, just like adults, are exposed to environmental pollutants in many areas, for example:


  • In traffic
  • In the vicinity of industrial sites and waste incineration plants
  • Through plastic products and toys with plasticizers
  • Through vapors from clothing, furniture and building materials

Children react much more sensitively to the harmful substances than adults because their organisms are not yet fully developed. They also eat more food and breathe in more air relative to their body size than adults. How pollutants from the environment affect the bodies of babies and children in detail and how different toxins interact has not yet been fully researched and therefore cannot be predicted.

Vaccinations also play a role in the development of autoimmune diseases. Toxic additives to the vaccines such as mercury and aluminum are suspected of triggering an autoimmune disease. A person is burdened and impaired throughout their entire life by chronic illness, which is why it is a great responsibility of parents to protect children from their triggers as much as possible.

Effectively detoxify the body

Poisons and toxins enter the body in different ways, mainly through:
  • Inheritance
  • Breast milk
  • Eat Drink
  • Food packaging
  • Breathing air
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Clothing
  • Costume jewelry
  • Cosmetics
  • Amalgam fillings
  • Medicines and vaccinations

Over 300 chemicals can now be detected in people's fatty tissue, blood and breast milk. A mixture of poisons accumulates in the body over years and decades and causes almost unforeseeable damage to health. Toxins that are not eliminated accumulate in fatty tissue and increase the risk of obesity as well as cancer, respiratory diseases, chronic diseases, physical and, in extreme cases, mental disabilities. If children are exposed to excessively high concentrations of pollutants, this can lead to their death even more quickly than for adults.

If adults suffer a loss of libido, erectile dysfunction and a decrease in fertility due to toxins in the environment, this reduces their quality of life.

Regular internal body cleansing with purely herbal remedies is a great relief for the organism. The body detoxifies itself to a certain extent via the liver and the excretion of toxins via the kidneys We can no longer cope with the toxins all around us on our own and therefore require targeted support. Active, preventative detoxification of the body prevents the development of serious, sometimes life-threatening illnesses and massive impairments in quality of life before it is too late.

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