How does this happen?
It begins with the digestive system.
The food taken is not properly digested, it pass through the body in an undigested form, will be putrefied and produce toxins.
If one is constipated, more toxins travel and congest the liver via the blood vein at the intestinal wall.
The main function of the liver is to filter blood and neutralise toxic matters.
If the congested liver is unable to neutralise these toxins, it will store them in the liver.
Some toxins are recycled, i.e. passing to te kidneys, lung and skin to be excreted. Some are stored in the lymphatic tissue, heart and muscles.
If toxins are not eliminated and remain long in our body, they can lead to diseases.