I have been sick the past couple of days so trying to get over this. I am not sure if it's allergies or a cold or perhaps I am just allergic to Ohio. I laid around for one WHOLE day which is essentially like torture to me. I am still trying to keep it low key so I can kick this thing for real and don't have to be a sicky mess when I head to Chi-town. It's always a challenge for me to slow down but it's imperative when trying to heal. One good thing of the whole sickness is that I discovered the Neti Pot. Yes it looks and sounds scary but it works for me and it could work for you too! I was able to use it properly on the first try so it can't be that hard? Just check out the online videos of how to do it here...http://www.himalayaninstitute.org/products-publications/neti-pot-products/ . And to avoid amoebas (don't ask), use distilled water not from the tap.
My sickness also coincided with the last day of my cleanse. I tried to stick it out but I was hungry for Nanny's famous homemade toast and the thought of making more kitcheree made me more ill. This particular cleanse was not for me. I was eating rice porridge (https://www.doctorblossom.com/index.php/nutrition-a-recipes/cleansing-recipes/65) for breakfast and then kitcheree (https://www.doctorblossom.com/index.php/nutrition-a-recipes/63) for lunch and dinner. I was allowed snacks of apples and sesame seeds during the day. There was also a digestive tea (https://www.doctorblossom.com/index.php/nutrition-a-recipes/cleansing-recipes/62) I drank and was allowed as much room temp water as I wanted (don't be jealous). Again this wasn't the right cleanse for me but it works for a lot of people and has for thousands of years, not sure what my deal is. Maybe my body is saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."