The bottom of the feet is direct access points to the internal organs of the body. The Chinese medicine addresses them as meridians. These meridians serve as pathways to each organ in the body and are closely related to the nervous system.
There are approximately 7,000 meridians at the bottom of the feet, which act as electrical circuits within the body, and are often dormant because we wear shoes. Therefore, walking barefoot is highly recommended.
In order to stimulate these meridians, onions should be used. Onions, when applied topically, kill bacteria and germs. Moreover, the phosphoric acid in onions enters the bloodstream and purify the blood.
If you want to purify your blood and clear your body of toxins, follow these steps:
Cut Up Organic Onions Into Slices
The organic onions are chemical-free and that’s why they should be used. After all, no one wants chemicals entering their bloodstream. The onions should be cut into flat slices so that they can be applied to the bottom of your entire foot (like a platform), and the bottom of your feet is immersed with onion while you sleep.
Put a Slice Of Onion In Each Sock and Go To Bed
While you sleep the onion will purify your blood, absorb toxins and kill germs and bacteria. Moreover, onion is known as an air purifier.
In England, during plagues they would chop up onions and leave them in the room to purify the air, and to help them not be susceptible to infections, the flu, or anything that may harm them.
Benefits Of Putting A Slice Of Onion In Your Sock Before Going To Bed
- Kills bacteria, germs and pathogens – onion and garlic have strong anti-bacterial and anti-viral benefits.
- Purifies your blood – when the phosphoric acid from the onions is absorbed through the skin, it purifies the blood.
- Purifies the air – while you sleep, this little chamber of smelly onion around your feet will purify the air, get rid of foot odor and absorb toxins and chemicals. Cut onions can also be used to eliminate mold smells in a closet, drawer or room.
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