> I'm anxious to do a Liver Flush
but I'm hesitate because I've high blood pressure and the formula has Epsom Salts
in it. Would it be safe for me to do this particular flush or should I use another one? I would like to do this as soon as possible
it seems that Epsom Salt
helps lower blood pressure.
You can test it on yourself before you actually attempt doing the clense.
First, you should do Water Cure
for at least 1 day to insure you are hydrated.
Then the next day take 1 tea spoon of epsom salt deluted with water and just eat and do as you are use to.
Monitor your blood pressure to find how you react to epsom salt.
Then, if you have no negative reactions, the next day you can take 1 table spoon of epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) with water.
Again, monitore your reaction.
If there is no negative reaction, then you will feel secure and safe and ready to do liver cleanse.
Please let us know your experience with BP and epsom salt.
Other people reported lower blood pressure when taking daily 1 teaspoon of epsom salt (magnesium sulfate).
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From: "Barbara Filbeck"
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 22:29:42 -0600
Subject: [gallstones] Epsom salt and high blood pressure
Can you use epsome salts if you have high blood pressure? We are waiting to
hear before we (my sister and I) start our first flush. Thanks for any input.
I had the same concern before my first flush, (I have high blood pressure). No worries, Epsom salt will actually lower your blood pressure. I've done two flushes so far with no adverse reactions (unless you count a huge case of nerves the first time cause I worried about taking the Epsom Salts :-)