Aeon reduces the biochemical markers of inflammation that cause tissue and organ damage.
At the A4M medical conference, one of own DreamBuilders leaders, Dr. Stewart, shared with our patching team a "magic" placement position for the Aeon patch. Dr.'s from all over the world would stop by our booth and 90% of the problems these Dr.s presented with were resolved by this one placement. Dr. Stewart blew them away. Jaws were dropping in awe at what they were experiencing. It was an extremely exciting time for everyone. Thank you Dr. Stewart for your wisdom and your leadership!
Before we start patching ...
Let's look at what an ileocecal valve is, and what's the purpose of this valve
Typical Symptoms of Ileocecal Valve problems
ICV symptoms can present as joint pain, circulation problems, muscular aches and pains, pinched nerves, or even whole body arthritis. The following lists many of the common symptoms attributed to the malfunctioning ICV, as related to how the patient experiences them. See if you have experienced any of them in the past.
- Right shoulder pain
- Right side pelvic pain
- Low back pain
- Pain surrounding heart
- Flu symptoms
- Syncope / Near syncope
- Bad breath
- Face pallor
- Dark circles under eyes
- Bowel disturbances (diarrhea / constipation)
What is an Ileocecal Valve (ICV) and what does it do?
Between your small intestine and your large intestine is a sphincter-type valve called the Ileocecal Valve. The sole purpose of this valve is to separate the small intestine from the large intestine and to keep the contents of the two intestines separate.
When things "are normal", the ileocecal valve:
- Remains closed most of the time.
- Opens briefly to let the contents of the small intestine exit into the large intestine.
- Closes again quickly to prevent any materials in the large intestine from leaking back.
Very few health practitioners understand the significance of the ICV in digestive problems.
For those of you who are not readers, I'll put the patching protocol next. If you are interested in more ICV information - check the patching protocol below.
What happens when the ICV is stuck in the open position?
If the ICV remains open, the juices in your Small (your nutritional area) and Large Intestines (garbage area) mix together. Now you're sending garbage into own body. That sets up the worst "inflammatory process" you'd ever want to encounter, and when the Ileocecal Valve is not right, that's exactly what happens to you every day until you correct it.
Probably very few people have not had some discomfort from their ileocecal valve at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, a large number of people have daily or weekly episodes of open ileocecal valve syndrome. For these people, the natural ability of their ileocecal sphincter to open and close at the appropriate times is lost. This may be due to food toxicity, which overwhelms the muscles of the valve, or it may be that the nerve supply to the muscles of the valve has been compromised. Whatever the cause, once the ICV remains open too long, the insides of the valve become irritated and inflamed.
Now it won't close because it's too sore and damaged. All this can happen internally without you knowing about it. If you take all the people who are known to be suffering from the diagnosed conditions of ileitis, Crohn's Disease, spastic colon, chronic fatigue, gluten intolerance and irritable bowel syndromes, and add the people with non-specific bowel complaints with "no cause," you are looking at least 25 percent of the population.
A few of the things that can be contributing factors
- The way you chew your food
- The quality and texture of the food you are eating
- The condition and toxicity of your large intestine (leaky gut toxicity)
- The nerve going to your ICV
- Emotional stresses
- Raw nuts
- Raw salads
- Raw carrots, broccoli, or beans