Hormonal imbalance is said to be the major cause of pimple formation in people. I have established for certain that (a) the hormone has nothing to do with pimple formation, and that (b) the toxic substances that are absorbed from the colo-rectal region (or from the uterus) give rise to pimples on the face, shoulders and at the back.
There are two types of constipations. One is called acute constipation. People defecating once in two days or more come under this category.
Most of the obese people and all diabetics defecate small quantities of slimy stools, more than twice daily (up to even 8 times). This condition is called chronic constipation.
All those people who suffer from chronic constipation will certainly develop pimples on their faces. shoulders and back.
If and when the chronic constipation is corrected, without even caring for the pimples that have already formed on the face and back, all of them disappear totally, leaving the skin without any blemish.
If a person touches with his finger any of the pimples, they will get infected, and that will definitely leave a scar or black mark, which will take a long time to disappear.
It would be better to use a clean piece of cotton dipped in alcohol or in ‘After Shave Lotion’ to wipe a ‘bleeding’ pimple.
Repeated treatment with alcohol will prevent the scar formation or discolouration. A person developing chronic constipation because of eating foods made of super refined flour, Chappathi, biscuits, most of the bakery and dairy products, chocolates, ground-nuts, papaya, powdered milk, etc. tend to develop plenty of pimples.
Many people believe that eating papaya fruit is very helpful for overcoming constipation. The truth is, although it could help ease the acute type of constipation, it only worsens the chronic condition.
In fact, those diabetics who consume ripe papaya and thereby get chronic constipation, end up having much raised blood sugar level when tested.
Chronic constipation, apart from giving pimples, also gives rise to bad breath – unbearable foul odour comes from the mouth. Such a ‘dead-rat smell’ comes from the consti-pated slimy, fermenting and decomposing faecal matter from the colon / rectum.
Chronic constipation is one of the major causes for the development of Type 2 diabetes mellitus in people. A severe state of chronic constipation raises the blood sugar to a much elevated level, as said above.
This kind of constipation, along with the pimples and the rest can be cured by cleansing the intestinal tract (essentially the colon and rectum) using a strong herbal laxative.
Subsequently, the digestive system must be properly managed so as to avoid the recurrence of such a chronic constipation. A person with a regular and perfect toileting habit would never get any pimple at any time.
However, there is one exception in women, and that is related to the menstrual discharge.
If the menstrual fluid happens to stay within the body without getting discharged immediately after the collapse of the womb’s endometrial build-up, then bacterial action begins to decompose the fluid, giving rise to rancid odour.
When such spoiled and decomposed menstrual fluid gets absorbed and transported to the soft tissues of the face and shoulders, it ends up giving rise to an eruption of pimples.
To prevent menses-related pimples, a woman should do the following:
With the onset of menses, the woman should keep her legs wide apart, and bend to touch her toes. This simple exercises can be done for about 10 or 20 times.
Such a minor exercise would help in opening up the orifice at the cervix and facilitate fast and easy flow of the fluid. Wearing a tight belt at the waist while doing this exercise would expedite the discharge.
Thus, prevention of the stagnancy would help in the prevention of menses-related pimples.