Successful liver flushes. I have had many. I started doing liver cleanses in 2004, and continue to do them. I feel better each time. The second day after the flush is usually the best for me in terms of increased energy, clearer skin, and feeling quite ‘up.’ If you’d like to read - in detail! with photos! - about my experiences doing them, then this is the book to get.
In Successful Liver Flushes, I have included ten years' worth of experience doing Dr. Hulda Clark's and Andreas Moritz's liver flush recipes. They are basically the same, but Moritz advised to spend six days before each flush preparing, with apple juice or malic acid to soften the stones. I did this for some of my flushes, but have had success not preparing as well. Either way, I am always amazed what comes out.
Clark and Moritz both recommend strongly that no fat be eaten on the day of the flush. I follow this and every other instruction they take the time to give. And this I highly advise. For example, take the prescribed amounts of the epsom salt/water mixture (though it tastes pretty terrible). You want the bile ducts in the liver to be dilated by the epsom salts so that the cholesterol and bile can come easily and painlessly out of your liver, out of your intestines, and into the toilet. Soon afterwards, experience better digestion as a result of this simple cleanse.
Yes! But not overwhelmingly. Once I read someone's blog about how he was ready to set up a photography studio in his bathroom and I can certainly relate to that. If you are here reading this site then I will hazard a guess: you are savvy enough to know that what and how much comes out of you is indeed important. Or perhaps you have a friend or family member who moves her bowels only once every few days? This just won't cut it, especially if she's trying to get well from a chronic illness. Eliminating waste frequently is as important as cleansing your liver. I learned this many years ago and am so glad I did.
Though it is very rare, some people may have an allergy to epsom salts, so please make sure that’s not you before embarking on the liver cleanse. Furthermore, Moritz described two other classes of people who should not do liver cleansing. If you have an acute illness like the flu, you should wait until it passes and your strength is back before doing the series of flushes. The other group that should not flush is people who take pharmaceutical medications, as these drugs have suppressive effects on the liver. As the liver tries to detoxify itself, these drugs can cause more bile flow obstruction.
Definitely. Just follow the directions that have been laid out. In the book I use Hulda Clark's because she was a real pioneer with the liver cleanse. Because she truly wanted people to feel better, she shared this information freely. Some of Clark's famous words:
"Cleansing the liver of gallstones dramatically improves digestion, which is the basis of your whole health. You can expect your allergies to disappear, too, more with each cleanse you do! Incredibly, it also eliminates shoulder, upper arm, and upper back pain. You have more energy and an increased sense of well being."
If you do start a flushing regimen - I'd suggest every three or so weeks - let me know. Share your experience. It's part of how we all get well!
To read more about expelling intrahepatic gallstones, read my post on Successful Liver Flushes.
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