Prep to a liver flush
Softening of stones.
Date: 10/3/2005 11:44:03 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 8621 times
Pre Liver Flush by Propaul (modified in 2006)
I read many questions about liver flushes. I read about so many
successes of people who do them. I read of the many different
protocols. But I find very little about preparations for a liver flush.
I believe that the success of a liver flush depends on its PREPARATION.
From my personal experience and from reading many other reports and
discussions of liver flushes I have come to believe that there are two
steps in the preparation of a liver flush.
1) Softening of stones, if present
2) Bowel management
The stone softening phase is usually accomplished by taking organic
apple juice with or without orthophosphoric acid. Since I cannot
tolerate the sugar in the apple juice I drink organic apple cider
vinegar with orthophosphoric acid, I take 4 drinks of 2oz of ACV per
day for 4 days.
Modification I have done since writting this message (in italics)
During these 4 days, daily, I take a cleansing enema, followed by a pint retention coffee enema, followed by a saline solution enema. This is my combination of stone softening and bowel management. I am always amazed at the chaff and debris that I excrete after the enema. 10/24/06
There are many different ways of stone softening and bowel management.
I am listing what I do. But before any liver flush is attempted,
especially if one is starting to liver flush, these two steps are very
Then after the liver flush many take a dose of Epson salts (the morning
after) to move out the toxins from the intestines. I don’t believe that
this is sufficient. You need to take additional steps to empty your
bowels for the next few days. Besides the Epson salts the morning
after, I take twice a day a cleansing enema. This helps me from
reabsorbing the toxins released by the liver otherwise I get headaches
I hope this helps those who have question about liver flushes.
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