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Why Should You Put Onions In Your Socks Before Going To Bed?

Written By Admin on Thursday, November 24, 2016 | 4:04:00 AM

Many of you have probably heard by now that the bottom of your feet contains powerful and direct access points to the internal organs in your body. The Chinese medicine calls them meridians, and they represent pathways to each organ within your body.

Even though some people are skeptical about these beliefs, those who understand Chinese medicine know that the meridian system is very closely correlated with the nervous system.
If you believe you have nerves and a nervous system, you believe you have meridians too, it’s basically the same thing when you interpret it and look at where the meridians are within the body.
The bottom of the feet have many different nerve endings, approximately 7,000 (basically meridians) that directly link to different organs within the body. They are very powerful electrical circuits within the body and are often dormant because we wear shoes and don’t get accupuncture done to help the meridians or nerves in any way. This is why I recommend walking outside barefoot! To stimulate those meridians on the bottom of your feet as well as to ground yourself with the earth’s negative ion field.
One of the coolest ways to open up these electrical pathways (meridians) and to help purify your internal organs without doing anything internal (diet related) is to cut up onions or garlic and put them in your socks (at the bottom part of your feet) while sleeping.
Onions and garlic are known air purifiers and when applied to the skin topically they kill germs and bacteria but also the phosphoric acid (the substance from onions that makes you cry when you cut them open) enters the bloodstream it helps to purify the blood and kill any bacteria or germs that may be festering waiting to give you the flu.
Some people go so far as to say to never reuse an onion because it will collect germs and bacteria and then you’re eating that. I am not sure if this is true or not because it’s a percentage of people that say it is, and some that say it isn’t! What I do know though is that the onions do age (oxidize, age from oxygen) on the layer that’s cut open and eating oxidized food isn’t the freshest and healthiest form of that food, so cutting that layer off before you eat the onion may be smart to avoid eating germ or bacteria infested layer of onion.
The 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.