The Pancreas Driver relates to your pancreas and its dual role in digestion and sugar regulation. In essence, your pancreas converts food into energy and we can see the drive of the pancreas as taking the life force energy from the food the stomach has processed and sending it outwards to the blood and the cells. The pancreas produces a complex cocktail of digestive enzymes, including those that metabolize carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Hormones secreted by glands on the surface of the pancreas play a vital role in blood sugar regulation. Both the digestive and endocrine functions of the pancreas combine to produce the Pancreas Driver field. People with hypoglycemia will often find that Pancreas Driver shows up in their scan results. Restoring the Pancreas Field may help them go longer between meals without feeling queasy. The Pancreas field correlates with the maturation process of lymphocytes in the spleen. Most of the pancreas is dedicated to digestive function. The digestive cells of the pancreas produce around a liter of digestive juices per day, depending on what you have eaten of course. These are released through the pancreatic duct into the first part of the small intestine to mix with the partially digested food coming in from the stomach. A juicy cocktail of enzymes breaks down the particular constituents of foods, the carbohydrates, the proteins and the fats, so that they are small enough to be efficiently absorbed through the walls of the small intestine and taken into the bloodstream. A duct leading from the gallbladder joins with the pancreatic duct to mix bile with the digestive juices to help with fat digestion. Your pancreas also produces hormones that are released directly into the bloodstream.
- Raw foods contain natural enzymes that can boost your own supply. Try starting meals with a little grated apple and carrot or a small salad. On the other hand, the pancreas can be soothed by warming food and if “digestive fire” is weak you may want to warm the digestive system first before eating more raw foods. Slow-release carbohydrates help to support pancreas energy, whilst sugar and fast-release, more processed carbohydrates can stress the pancreas. Your Practitioner can help you to find a way of eating that suits you.
- Rest and digest. Chew food well, don’t eat on the run, focus on eating when you’re eating and nothing else.
- “Madness is to think of too many things too fast, or of one thing exclusively”. Focus on one thing at time, get it done and let it go.
- Clear the clutter. A cluttered environment can lead to cluttered thinking, stress and poor digestion.
Pancreas Driver Liquid Remedy: can help with digestive and sugar regulation issues. It may help to improve energy, appetite and allow you to last longer between meals. It can improve clarity of thinking and information processing and may assist you with managing all aspects of your life. It also helps your immune system to clear infection or environmental toxins that may be interfering with pancreas function. The ED 15 liquid remedy has been designed to restore integrity to the Pancreas field, and thus it supports pancreatic functions in general. The pancreas is a favored site for most terrains, and for this reason the Pancreas Driver often shows up in the results. ED 15 liquid remedy may stimulate the elimination of latent or chronic viral conditions, it is not generally recommended during the first visit. It is best to wait until the person’s vitality is more robust. *Do not use the ED 15 in the same protocol with the Liver Driver remedy in the first few visits.