We will never know how much toxins we have in our body unless we start detoxifying our body. Josh Macin, Founder of The Detox Dudes, shares his story of healing through detox. He walks us through the time he was plagued with a mysterious physical and mental illness that was diagnosed by traditional Western medicine doctors as depression. Josh shares how he started to look for alternative treatments and waking up to the fact that his condition has something to do with his diet, spirit, and trauma. After discovering Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic, he shares how he was able to achieve healing through detox protocols and resurrected himself from the dead on a deep healing journey.
We have Josh Macin. In October of 2013, Josh became plagued with a mysterious physical and mental illness. His symptoms were agonizing and he thought he was dying. He was suffering from panic attacks, tormented thoughts, anxiety, inflammation, inability to digest foods, nausea, constipation, debilitating headaches, neck pain, and much more on a 24/7 basis. For three-and-a-half years, life became a battle not to take his own life. Josh has an incredible healing journey that led him to the Ayahuasca ceremonies in the Amazon, detoxing from heavy metals, parasites, and rebuilding his gut health. He also had his life changed through Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic. Josh runs a successful coaching business, YouTube channel and podcast, helping others heal and get their lives back. Please welcome, Josh Macin.
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The Detox Dude with Josh Macin
Josh, how are you?
I’m doing well. Thank you for having me on, Dr. Pecca.
Your story is truly inspirational. I’m excited to have you on. Where are you from originally?
I’m from Livingston, New Jersey and I moved to West Orange.
You were a Jiu-Jitsu champion. Where you into that at a young age? How’d you get into that?
I got into Jiu-Jitsu after my second year of college. I was a wrestler in high school. I wrestled a little bit at the University of Maryland. I did some pre-season training over there and I came across Jiu-Jitsu, fell in love with it, and traveled around the world and competed for a few years before getting sick. I was a world champion in 2010 as a white belt. I won the Pan-American in 2012 as a blue belt.
Were you a world champion as a white belt?
I was, yeah.
How does that even happen?
There were maybe 137 guys in my division, single elimination, one-day tournament. I won six fights to win that championship.
I’m assuming the wrestling translated well over to Jiu-Jitsu.
That’s for sure, no doubt.
You are thriving, you’re a Jiu-Jitsu champion, and you have a great job in New York City at this time. What starts to happen?
In a two-week period of time, I started experiencing this tortured almost drugged-like consciousness. I felt like I was tripping on acid without any drugs. My thoughts started getting screwy. I started not being able to sleep. I started having heart palpitations and panic. None of my thoughts were making any sense. The only way I could describe it is as if portals to hell were opening up inside my brain.
Did you wake up like this one day?
I remember the first time I ever felt it. I was working in my dad’s because at this point in time I was in between two jobs. I was helping my dad out at his window replacement company. I felt this weird new voice come in, a whole new voice of darkness kicking in my brain. That’s something that I’d never experienced before. I remember experiencing that for maybe two hours and it would pass. In that two-week period is when it escalated to being full-time, with all day and all night. It wasn’t exactly overnight.
That’s scary. The same exact thing happened to me, but I could connect the dots because I remember I got hit in the head. A day or two later, I woke up and those thoughts crept into my body like you were describing. I said to myself, “This must be from the head injury I had over the weekend,” but you didn’t have that. You must have been scared.
I had nothing to rest on. I had no idea what was happening. The only thing I could assume was that I had destroyed my brain from drugs and I never did that many drugs, but I smoked marijuana. I took some nootropics to enhance my performance. I took some Adderall. I never did anything crazy, but the only thing that made sense to me was, “I destroyed my brain from drugs.” There was no fall. There was no concussion. I had many head injuries from Jiu-Jitsu, but there was no one moment that I was bringing it back to.
It’s funny too that you start thinking about all the stuff that you’ve done in your life when you get sick like that. “I shouldn’t have drunk that much. I shouldn’t have smoked that or took that pill or whatever.” You rack your brain for anything that could have caused you to be in this state. You beat yourself up about it.
The mind almost needs something to rest on. Otherwise, it’s confusing and scary. It’s like you’re drowning or you’re in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. You want to see some land or understand where you are relative to everything.
At this point, I’m sure you were telling your family and you were probably trying to come up with a game plan of how to get better here. What were some of the first things you did to try to get your health back?
The first week I kept to myself, but eventually, I broke and I knew that it was something bigger than I could handle. I remember trying to get ahold of some Xanax. I was like, “I need a couple of Xanax.” I was always someone who tried to be my own doctor. I didn’t want to listen to anyone. I was like, “I’ll take some of these and I’ll be okay.” My mom had a prescription and a couple of other people I knew. I realized, “This is something serious and I need to tell my parents,” and I told them. The first route is the psychiatric route. I went to a Harvard-trained psychiatrist in New Jersey. At that point in time, I went on four different medications. All of my symptoms were in line with bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder and major anxiety disorder. All of these labels came my way and all of the respective drugs came as well. In my heart, I knew that it wasn’t the path, but I was in so much agony that I went on them. I needed my parents’ help, and this was one way that they could help me or at least could support me.
How did you feel on those drugs?
I felt awful, numb like a zombie. I was watching TV, eating greasy foods. I couldn’t get off the couch. I had zero motivation. I felt like I was in limbo between life and death.
I had a similar situation where I didn’t know what to do. I went to the neurologist. They put me on seizure medication because I told them my hands were shaking. They put me on antidepressants because I told them I was depressed but I’m not a depressed person. They gave me all the medications in the world. When that didn’t work, I told one therapist, “I wish I can go out and have a beer with my friends.” I couldn’t have any alcohol because it would get me extreme vertigo. He tells me, “That sounds like an alcoholic tendency. You should go to AA.” I ended up at two AA meetings for my concussions because nobody had any answers for me. I was sitting in the AA meeting and I was like, “What am I doing here?” It’s a great place. It helps out a lot of people, but that’s how wild the healthcare system is now because they’d have no answers for things that are almost unexplainable or things that aren’t showing up in blood work, MRIs, everything’s coming back clear. I’ve had doctors telling me that it was all in my head. It’s frustrating.
That’s what happened to me. At this point in my life, I wasn’t open to natural medicine and nor did I even understand that it existed or what it was about. I went to normal doctors and primary care physicians. I went to maybe three or four normal medical doctors, etc. They all told me the same thing, “You’re depressed.” My grandfather had also died and a doctor said, “It’s because your grandfather passed. You’re grieving.” The level of torture inside my body is beyond what it would be. I felt like I was being electrocuted and was tripping on drugs. I’m like, “Is this what happens a few months after our grandparents pass away?”
You went to your standard traditional Western medicine route. You realize that’s not working. What was the next step for you?
I flushed all of the drugs down the toilet, which is not an advisable move to anyone who saw these pharmaceuticals. I was someone who when I made up my mind on something, I still am. I can’t do one more hour of the opposite behavior. When I decided these drugs weren’t right for me, I couldn’t stand taking one more pill. I flushed them all down the toilet and I went through a four-day nightmare of withdrawal. I decided to go to the Amazon jungle to drink Ayahuasca.
Through my time on those drugs, I was researching and I was looking for a way out of this hell. I remember, it was towards the last few weeks, I was able to land a job through all of this. I was at work struggling and researching Ayahuasca at work. This is a call to try something new. This is waking up, even though I was on these drugs, they were numbing me and dulling me. My spirit was waking up to the fact that we are being lied to about how the body works. We’re being misled to believe that it’s all about neurotransmitters and genetics, etc.
I started waking up to the fact that maybe it has something to do with my diet, with my spirit and with trauma. I started checking out Gabor Maté‘s work. I decided to go to the Amazon jungle. I’ve heard about this hallucinogenic plant medicine called Ayahuasca that is purgative and helps people release traumas and connect to the spirit and to something bigger than bills, money and cars. I wanted to do it. I was already dead. I had nothing to lose. I didn’t care about what anyone told me that it was dangerous, etc. I didn’t care about what anyone said because I was already dead.
What was your parents’ and your friends’ initial reaction when you were like, “I’m going down the Amazon?”
They thought I was absolutely insane.
How does that work? Did you research a group, a guide or a shaman?
I researched Ayahuasca centers. I wanted to do the authentic experience. I didn’t want to go to California to do it. I wanted to go to the guru, the native source. I googled Ayahuasca centers. I resonated with this one center and went there. I bought my flight, quit my job and I saw the fork in the road. I saw this path is where I’m headed right now, it’s horrible and I want nothing to do with it. There’s another path that may kill me or make me go crazy, but I’m willing to go down it.
You already felt like you were dead anyway. It’s like, “Let’s give something a shot here.”
I knew that none of the people who told me I was crazy for going to Peru had experienced this level of pain. They couldn’t call me crazy because when you’re in that pain, you do crazy things. When you’re in that pain, you’ll do anything to come out of that pain.
Is it as intense as they say? They say the Ayahuasca experience can be intense. What was your experience with that?
This was many years ago. I’ve done about 31 ceremonies over the course of a couple of years. It’s a lot. It’s different for every person. It most definitely shows you what’s inside of you. It’s a mirror. It connects you to your shadows and to your light. It’s not for someone comfortable and happy with the path that they’re on. It does rattle and shake your world and strip all of the layers of conditioning and false beliefs right out from underneath you. You have to be ready for that sort of thing. It’s not for everyone.
What were some of the things that came up for you that helped you deconditioned some of the stuff that was promoting these negative patterns in your life?
Diet was a huge thing that Ayahuasca showed me, the importance of keeping a clean diet and of detoxing the body, the importance of breathing in every moment. It showed me all of the stories that I have had running for all my years. It showed me that people have no idea what they’re talking about. It showed me that there is God, spirits and the divine. We’re completely divorced from all of this, from even more divorced from nature in our talk. It showed me all of these things. It showed me that fear is the thing to fear. That fear is an entity in and of itself, not the Ayahuasca, not living in the Amazon, not the insects or the bugs of the Amazon. This is us. This is our planet. This is what we’re part of. These things aren’t to be feared. They’re to be respected. It made me more of an earthly man. It made me more connected to something deeper than what I had been connected to, which was the bills and trying to achieve money, seduce women and all of the other goals that I had in my mind up until I got sick.
Especially where we’re from, it’s deeply engraved in us to work, get the money, move to the city and get that girlfriend. I’m not saying those things are bad, but to a certain extent, you have to realize what’s important. It’s not for everybody. Sometimes that mentality can be working against you. How long does an “Ayahuasca trip” last?
I would say the simple answer to that is five or six hours, but a deeper answer is that when you’re living in the Amazon and you’re drinking Ayahuasca two to three times a week, even once a week, your trip is the whole time. You’re in an altered state by being in the Amazon. It lasts much longer than those five or six hours.
You must be doing some heavy reflecting on those off days too, which are probably important. You spent a few months down in the Amazon.
The first time I spent a few days, it was too terrifying for me I flew home. I prepared myself over the course of the next few months to go again. I went again, and I spent a few months in the Amazon and a month in the mountains. I did some San Pedro and more Ayahuasca. I still didn’t achieve peace. I still didn’t feel I understood the root of my illness. I was still going through an immense amount of pain and suffering, only experiencing marginal benefit and increased connection from the Ayahuasca. I did a ton of fasting, dieting and juice cleanses, but not being able to feel any peace, just suffering. I decided to go a third time. I spent another month isolated in the Amazon by myself in a little hut without any human contact. It’s supposed to be for 90 days, but I had to bail after 30 days because it was agonizing.
This is wild. Were you in a hut by yourself for a month in the Amazon?
I was in Contamana, Peru which is a super remote region. I was isolated, only speaking to the crickets, the cockroaches, and the monkeys, drinking Ayahuasca three times per week, and doing a dieta which is an apprenticeship with the shamans there.
What happened next?
I came home from that third dieta and I was an absolutely broken man.
Were you in New Jersey at this point?
I went to Miami to stay with one of my best friends because I couldn’t even bear to see my family. I was embarrassed, ashamed and scared to see them because they triggered me more than anyone else. They didn’t trust me. They didn’t believe me. They thought I was completely nuts at this point.
You were almost fearful of going back home because they think that they would have thought you were a failure or something, that you went on this journey and it didn’t work.
The amount of loss of trust after a few years of searching for a holistic answer, a few years of torture at this point in time. Severe mental and physical torture, my digestive system was shutting down. I lost 40 pounds. I was emaciated. I was a scared little boy. I had panic attacks on a daily basis. At the worst, I had panic attacks on an hourly basis. At the worst of my illness, I was trying to stay alive every hour. Every hour was, “Don’t kill yourself at 3:00. Don’t kill yourself at 4:00. You make it until 4:00.”
I had been there. I cried myself to sleep every night for a few months. I knew I was crying, but it’s absolute bottom of the barrel hopelessness.
Now that I can reflect on it and that I’m out of it, I can truly say it’s a beautiful, magical place and the scariest of places to be for a human being.
You’re down to Miami, you think you failed, you think it didn’t work.
At this point, I had given up on holistic medicine. I had given up on myself. I had given up on any hope or any possible way of overcoming this illness. I was thinking about killing myself. I was thinking about any other possible thing to do before taking my own life. That one thing was Iboga, which is another hallucinogen native to West Africa. It’s an even potentially more powerful hallucinogen than Ayahuasca. It has been gaining traction in the world because heroin addicts take it to release their dependency to heroin and opioids.
I’m shocked at this point that you didn’t lose faith in the hallucinogenic.
I did, but I was assessing my situation from my fractured state and I didn’t know anything else. I didn’t know what else was possible. I had read this book, The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle. He went through a few years of agony and one night he had this seizure and woke up enlightened. I was like, “This level of pain that I’m experiencing is severe and unbearable that I could never walk my way out of this.” What I mean by that is I could never spend a day at a time walking my way out of this. It’s too much that I’m so far gone. I need to get hit in the head with a baseball bat. I need to fall down a flight of stairs and have a miraculous brain recovery. That’s how I was thinking.
I need to have an Eckhart Tolle type awakening because I can’t handle this anymore. I am going to die. My body is going to shut down or I’m going to take my own life. My body can’t handle this level of agony. Hallucinogens were attractive to me because they put you out of your normal state. I went to therapy, I did all of these massages, Reiki, all of these things and nothing took me out of that state that I was in. It’s not that I was hopeful for hallucinogens, but I didn’t understand anything else that could take me out of that state. I needed a reset.
I started booking that trip to Africa and at this point in time, I had already spent over $100,000 or more on my health and I already had credit card debt. I had perfect credit because I refused to go into my credit. When I was truly at my wit’s end, I said, “I’m going to utilize my perfect credit. I’m going to take out $25,000 or $30,000 and I’m going to buy this flight to Africa,” which was $2,000. “I’m going to pay the Shamans,” it was $4,500. “I’m going to buy any last-minute supplements that I need.” Anything that I couldn’t afford in the past, everything was pixels on a computer screen. I would spend thousands of dollars on Amazon for new supplements. Anything that I could get ahold of that I thought could be helpful because money was no object. I booked that trip to Africa. I quietly planned a trip. I only told one person. I told my best friend and I didn’t tell anybody else. I was going to kill myself in Africa if it didn’t help me.
My plan was I was going to go to Africa. I was going to write a letter to my family. I was going to film a YouTube video for my family, which I filmed, that is on YouTube to this day. If Iboga doesn’t help me or at least give me some relief from this suffering, to explain the suffering, it’s 24/7 panic attacks as if someone had a gun to my mouth. It was fight or flight, racing thoughts, racing fears, that feeling you get in your gut when you miss a step and you feel like you’re going to fall a long distance. That was 24/7. I don’t know how else to describe it to somebody. It’s not understandable. It’s a mental prison. You cannot possibly understand this unless you’ve gone through it. There’s no way to understand it. It’s a fact. You can only have some imagination around it.
Money wasn’t an object and you can only realize that when money could not solve your problems. No matter how much money you had in the world, it wasn’t going to solve your problems. At that point, money becomes something different to you that I’m sure you can still take with you to this day. It couldn’t buy you health. It couldn’t buy you anything that you wanted. It couldn’t get you your life back. I was the same way. You might feel the same way about this, too. Money takes on a different effect for you that you carry with you to this day.
When you’re at that level of illness, you see the illusion. You’re tethering the mind prison that’s tethered to money. It shatters that. You realize that all of this fear you have around not had enough money or spending your money gets completely, utterly fractured. Your fear of having bad credit, I laugh at that. I used to fear to have a bad credit report. When you’re at that level of sickness, it goes right out the window.
It almost becomes fake. It’s not real anymore.
It is fake. It’s an illusion. You see the entirety of the illusion when you’re sick.
Which is only a blessing when you get out of it?
Exactly, not when you’re in it though. My first ever YouTube video I made for the world and for my family to watch. I was desperate for people to understand me. I knew I was going to die. I didn’t die. I’m here now, but I didn’t think I was going to die. I knew I was going to die. I didn’t possibly see a way that I could survive. Maybe my soul did, but my mind and every part of my conscious being at that moment knew I was going to die or was fairly certain that I was going to die or take my own life. That’s why I made that video because I needed the world to see what I had been through up until that point.
You took out a credit to go to Africa. You picked a spot. What was it like landing in Africa?
I didn’t go. I never went to Africa. I booked that flight. I started thinking about mercury fillings. I had two or three massive mercury fillings on the right side of my mouth.
What do you mean by massive? What categorizes as massive rather than a regular filling?
I remember one of my molars being done and him saying, “We barely made it. We almost had the root.” When I looked at the tooth, it was like the tooth was gone. The tooth was all mercury. It was from front to back, left to right. It’s almost touching my other teeth as well, where I couldn’t even get dental floss in between the crown. It was overflowing with mercury in that one tooth. You see people have these little pencil-point fillings. I had full tooth fillings.
Are you researching mercury poisoning at this point?
A lady sat next to me in an Ayahuasca retreat. She was a heavy metal coach. She was an HTMA coach, Hair Mineral Analysis coach. She had told me about these things. Believe it or not, I got a mercury test before I made my big mercury test. I had high mercury, but I didn’t pay any attention to it. It didn’t make any sense to me. I completely ignored it like, “Everyone has mercury fillings. Everyone has mercury. This doesn’t make sense,” but what happened is I was two days away from going to Africa and I started thinking about my fillings. I was all the time thinking about them, ruminating on them, looking at them in the mirror, touching them, and I said, “I’m going to get these fillings taken out because maybe they’re influencing my biochemistry. Maybe they’re influencing me in a negative way. I don’t believe it to be true, but I’m going to get it because money is pixels on a computer screen right now. I’m going to put it on a credit card and go to a holistic dentist.” I went to the doctor in Melbourne.
I got the mercury fillings taken out. I got home and I googled for the first time ever mercury poisoning stories. I was curious, maybe someone else had gone through some hell from their mercury fillings, maybe it’s possible. I came across a woman named Connie Fox, MercuryMadness.info, and I went down to my hands and knees. I read the story three to five times and I cried. I screamed and I said, “There is someone out there who has dealt with this level of agony before and it’s from mercury. Mercury is the main cause of this.” My mercury levels I had already seen higher. I got another test. They were high again. I said, “It’s mercury that’s a huge piece of the puzzle.” I started to understand what mercury does to the cells. It made sense why I was being tortured.
I canceled my trip to Africa. I never got any of that money back. I embarked on a six-month resurrection basically, gut healing, mercury detox and parasite detox. I released hundreds of parasites throughout those six months, hundreds and hundreds of worms, rope worms, roundworms and tapeworms. I resurrected myself from the dead with guidance from several people over the course of a few months. I have been on a deep healing journey ever since which has led me into all different corners and crevices of holistic health, one of them being Blair Chiropractic.
How did you find out about Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic and what effect has it had on you?
My healing journey was a few months of starting to wake up and feel good again. There’s a YouTube video called A Crazy Healing Story by Arthur Moore. That’s a little mini-documentary about me. After a few months, I started waking up feeling better and the colors got brighter. That’s what took me a few months to experience. Year after year, getting more solid, more grounded, feeling more energy, more clarity, but I kept hitting this ceiling of health where I felt good. I was productive. I’m a YouTuber. I’m making videos all the time. I’m helping thousands of people around the world. I have fully booked coaching with my coaching clients. I’m working my butt off. I’m super productive. Would I say I would have had health issues? No.
You innately knew there was something more.
I had this neck pain and shoulder pain for years from Jiu-Jitsu. Before I found Blair, it was a few years of neck pain and shoulder pain. I did a lot of Gonstead Chiropractic. I did a lot of foundation training. I did a lot of massages. I hadn’t done any real thing, but a lot of different things and I could not figure out the root of this neck and shoulder pains. I got my dental cavitations taken care of, which are basically necrotic bone tissue where they pull wisdom teeth. I had all four wisdom teeth pulled. The things that can develop in those wisdom teeth sites are something called cavitations, which is a whole other subject of holistic health which I got taken care of. My neck pain was reduced by about 20% to 40%, but it’s still there.
Finally, I found your videos. I found Dr. Drew Hall’s videos. Mark Wyle in San Francisco told me about the Atlas, which led me to research Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic. I started watching your stuff and Drew Hall’s. I booked an appointment for Tom Forest. It’s been a few weeks. I’ve held my one adjustment. My neck pain is probably at a 10 out of 100, where if it were 100 it was the worst it had ever been, it’s a ten now. I’ve held my first adjustment. I have more energy. I have more clarity. My theory is all along the atlas being out has been an amplifier or potentially even one of the roots of all of my suffering. I was able to achieve healing through my detox protocols through how much work I’ve done. My sense is that I’ve been climbing uphill up until I got that atlas put back in place.
It’s almost like your body was primed for it because you did all the detox. It was ready to go. Once you had that atlas adjustment, your body was on fire. It had the proper nerve flow and nerve function. It was ready to heal.
I felt a giant thank you from my body, a sigh of relief of like, “Finally, after a few years of healing, you figured this one out. Now you don’t need to take so many supplements. Now you don’t need to be restrictive with your food and your diet.” I had a muffin, a chocolate bar, I don’t do this often and I don’t recommend it. I’ve been a few years of super discipline on my diet and everything. I screwed around, it feels good. It feels like my body is on my side in a deeper way than ever before.
A lot of the times, we find with a lot of people that come into our offices and they’ve tried physical therapy, acupuncture, diet change, and they say, “Nothing has worked.” They get their neck put back into alignment. You get the proper nerve flow and blood flow to the rest of the body and everything starts working again. The diet you changed, the physical therapy, the acupuncture, it all starts working again because you’re connected. After you got Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic, what can people do to start detoxing, start getting ready from heavy metals and parasites, and all that beautiful stuff that you’re into and helping people with?
Upper Cervical is of crucial importance and I want everyone to know that. I know miracle stories. I know you know a lot of miracle stories. There are also people who feel the marginal benefit or slight benefit in the short run and they need to change their diet. They need to switch things up. We always want to find one answer. Honestly, Blair Upper Cervical might be the closest thing to that magic pill. Even if I’m honest with myself, and I hope this doesn’t take away from the way that you do your marketing or whatever, but I don’t believe there are any magic pills. Our body heals, and Upper Cervical is getting the body in order and in a position to be able to heal. The diet and the detox is a crucial complement to the Upper Cervical work, to all of the other important pieces of healing. What I recommend is for people to check out the lectin avoidance diet where they stop eating nuts, seeds, beans and grains. Not eating gluten, staying away from beer, staying away from most dairy and watch as your inflammation gets reduced in dramatic ways.
After implementing a lectin avoidance diet, I suggest people check out distilled water or natural spring water, it’s a crucial piece of the puzzle. If they want to check out purified water, they can get a Big Berkey or an AquaTru filter. I like for people to get a home distiller. I like AquaNui. They make amazing distillers. After the water category, I recommend people to take binders, things like charcoal, zeolite, chitosan and chlorella. These are negatively-charged, generally porous substances that attract positively-charged pollutants. They help you detox and help you remove all of the chemicals, glyphosate, heavy metals, arsenic, aluminum, mercury, and all of the things that we are being bombarded with nowadays. Another piece of the puzzle is juicing. I love for people to have 24 to 32 ounces of juice daily. Buy yourself a juicer, Omega J8006 Juicer and make a juice every single day. It takes ten minutes and you’re breathing oxygen and life force into your intestines. You’re re-mineralizing the body.
I’m also a huge fan of Purium superfoods. They’re incredible. I’ve hung out with the owner. He’s a great guy. His supplements are super mineral dense. A carrot now is equivalent to 1/16th of a carrot many years ago. That’s because our soils are devoid of nutrients. When the soils are devoid, because we’re stripping the land, we have mono-crop farms, and we’re doing all unsustainable farming practices, all of the other animals and creatures are devoid of nutrients as we are. Re-mineralizing the body is critical. After some binders and some re-mineralization, I encourage people to do some gut healing, which is slippery elm bark powder, colostrum, acacia fiber, aloe vera, butyric acid, glutamine, and many others as well. You get that gut, mucosal layer healed. I encourage people to move into the bugs, killing pathogenic viruses and bacteria.
How do you detox from the parasites?
There are many different ways. One way is ozone therapy. You can get an ozone generator and do ozone rectal insufflation. You can drink ozone water. Another way is suppositories where you can make it suppositories with anti-parasitic herbs and stick them in rectally. It’s probably the most powerful way, also probably the most controversial. Talk to your doctor. Talk to Dr. Kevin Pecca first before you do any of this because this is an intense therapy and I’m not a doctor. There are oral therapies like castor oil, essential oils. I like the formula. There are a bunch of different formulas, BioPure Ten in One. I like Global Healing Center Paratrex. I like black walnut, clove, neem, Mimosa. All of these formulas are good. One of my favorites is Mimosa. If there was one that someone could get, it could be BioPure Mimosa. It’s powerful. I hit it from all ends, orally and rectally.
I found Blair Upper Cervical first and I hit a little plateau, too. I was feeling excellent. I felt about 80% to 90% better, but I knew that there was something more that I can do. Now, you can put somebody’s upper neck back into alignment, but if they’re eating McDonald’s every day, you’re not going to feel the same health benefits or the level of health you want to be at. I noticed that the water was huge. Our bodies are 75% to 80% water. You change the water you’re putting into your body, you’re going to change your life. The juicing that you touched on was huge for me as far as energy levels and also clarity. I’m going to look into the binders from the heavy metal detoxing. Cilantro also, there are many. There are no shortcuts in life. There is no magic pill. Healing is a dynamic process and there is most likely going to have to be a couple of things you’ve got to do to get your health back, especially if you were struggling for many years. I’m glad that you’ve finally gotten your health back. You’re still continuing to heal. It’s never over. There’s still always room for improvement. You have your own coaching practice. You have your own website and a YouTube channel. You’re constantly putting out criteria to help people. Where can people find you online and everything?
Josh, what is one piece of advice that has resonated with you over the years that you would like to give the audience? It could be absolutely anything.
My advice would be at my core, at my heart, it’s a similar message to what you say at the beginning of every show. I’m not saying this to mesh with your vibe here. I truly believe that if you keep knocking, a door will open. What my life has taught me is that if you keep moving forward and you keep an open mind, there is no ailments or illnesses that I would ever write off and say, “That person’s done. That person’s going to die. That person’s screwed. That person’s never going to be able to walk again.” I truly believe that if you keep moving forward, the universe will present you with a new level of healing. Now, I look at it and I’m like, “I know about Blair. I know about ozone therapy. I know about all of the different things that have changed my life.” Back then, when I knew about none of them, it felt like there was nothing else for me to explore. Even myself now, I thought I was done. I thought I understood healing. We keep going deeper and keep evolving. A door will open that you never ever give up ever.
It was such a pleasure to have you because when I was listening to your story, it made me remember the complete hopelessness and suffering. It’s a beautiful thing to come out the other side of that. You have a huge appreciation for not waking up in pain. It’s a beautiful life. It’s a beautiful ride. You can’t experience that without those dark days. I appreciate your story.
Thank you. I appreciate you.
Josh, thank you so much for coming on.
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