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Full Body Detox The Movie

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Full Body Detox The Movie
The Full Body Detox movie is based on herbalist Djehuty Ma’at-Ra’s famous Full Body Detox in particular and detoxing the human body on all levels. The film covers all parts of detoxing, including preparation for one’s cleansing, the healing crisis (or Herxheimer Reaction), the recommended raw (uncooked) plant-based whole foods diet; best types of water to drink while detoxing, exercising (strenuous and subtle) while detoxing, and more.

And in typical humorous fashion, Djehuty answers many of the questions first time detoxers ask about the Full Body Detox, e.g. can one smoke weed during the FBD, can one have sex while on the FBD, what if one works night shift, will one lose weight, how does one take the formulas of the FBD, etc.

The film also touches on fasting, parasites and worms, steaming (saunas), meditation, chakra balancing, energy healing, yoga, colonics and enemas, massage therapy, infrared therapy, liver cleansing (coffee enema and castor oil pack); ear coning, sea salt soaks, aromatherapy, etc.

A most important aspect the film covers is toxic people and toxic relationships and solutions on how to detoxify from both.

The film greatly compliments the Full Body Detox experience and should be watched before and during one’s FBD performance.

The film stars: Djehuty Ma’at-Ra, Queen Afua, Doctah B Sirus, Tim Morrow, Asheme Patricia Bankings, Lenon Honor, Nubia Sutton, medium and clairvoyant Janette Marie; LaShana Nicole, Monisha Gardner, and features Andrea Ma’at-Ra, John Kutchinsky, Queen Vidah, Cochise Tarak-Saa, Harold Acey, Zarinah Amyo, Keisha Harris, Linda Allred, Carrie Ann, Keya Merah, Vanessa McClean, and Tiffany Helber.

Directed by Salahdeen Asad. Executive producer: Djehuty Ma’at-Ra and Cochise Tarak-Saa. Written by Djehuty Ma’at-Ra.

A Djehuty Ma'at-Ra Films production

Rated: NR.

Running time: 4 hours.