You’re getting there, building the commitment and confidence that you can do this!
So proud of you, because you know the secret to success? It’s practice. You show up everyday and do what is necessary.
Feeling better can take time. Holistic and natural practitioners may have told you that for every year you have suffered, it can take at least 1 month to rebalance.
Fortunately for you, you are committed to feeling and being better, even if it doesn’t always feel awesome. Because it’s natural on the journey of wellness and self-care to sometimes feel worse before you feel better.
It can be a great sign that things starting to move. Slowed systems may be getting back into operation from years of being turned off and overwhelmed.
You see, because Castor Oil Packs help balance stress and inflammation and support cleansing, the body begins to move things out, and water is the universal solvent. Without it, things can get stuck and feel uncomfortable.
So stay hydrated and keep going! The most important thing is consistency in your practice. Doing your Castor Oil Pack nightly helps to engage your body’s natural cleansing functions so they can work better.
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