I would stick to the two-week minimum between flushes. There are several reasons, even if you didn't get stones from the last flush. Telman has noted that it takes about that long for your bile pool to restore. Toxins released from a flush will need to be eliminated, and that is not always a straightforward process. It is not just a matter of expelling them through the intestine. Rather, some are recirculated via blood and will pass through the liver again for reprocessing, and partly re-sequestered there and in fat cells. Two weeks is really a very short time to wait. You are probably closer at this point to the next flush than the last, even with a two week separation.
You mentioned in the earlier post that you had lost weight about a year ago. My symptoms (toxicity?) always get worse when I lose weight. Bad things are stored by the body in fat. Losing weight releases them and your poor liver must deal with them, along with the daily stuff, all over again.
In my experience, the worse I feel during a flush, the more productive it usually is. And flushes are hard on me. I never get a wink of sleep the night of the flush. Nausea, reflux, even actual pain in the liver/gallbladder area and stomach/intestines is par for me. I always feel like hell for a day or two, with headaches, stomach pain, and general fatigue.
I have used apple juice, tart cherry (more malic bang for the buck than apple), powdered malic acid, etc. I have found they don't improve results for me, except for the very first few flushes. When we first start flushing, malic acid may help beak up encrusted stuff, but after a series of flushes, I don't really think that is an issue.
Here's my protocol: two days before the flush, I cut out all fats for two days. Three might be better, but two at least. All fats. I even try to avoid things which we don't normally think of as fat, but still contain some, such as breads, milk (even nut and soy milk), etc. Eat very little protein. Eat veggies, rice, sweet potatoes, etc. Day of flush eat nothing, but drink plenty of water. Follow usual Epsom Salt
and grapefruit/olive oil schedule at 6, 8, 10 and the next morning.
The second day after the flush, I do a couple of warm salt water enemas
to clear out any remaining debris. That's about it.
There is one little extra thing I sometimes do, which I don't necessarily recommend, but I will mention anyway. The morning after the flush, after taking the third and fourth doses of Epsom Salt
(yuck!), I do what I call a mini flush. The way I look at it, my ducts are still dilated from the Epsom salt, I am still fasting, and I may still have some stuff in my liver and gall bladder which might be moved, so why not take advantage? At about noon, I mix up a small portion of lemon juice and olive oil, about a quarter-cup of each. I make up a coffee enema. Then I drink the potion at the exact time I am administering the coffee enema. I have found it increases stone movement some, and since I am already going through the misery of the regular flush, why not?
As I said, I do not necessarily recommend this, but I do it myself.
After six years of bad health due to years of Antibiotics
, bad diet, weight loss, and other things, and after trying pretty much everything that regular and alternate medicine has to offer, and I mean everything, (including a month-long Water Fast
over a year ago), I finally realized the problems were mostly liver-related. I began flushing a year ago, the first five or six times about three weeks apart, and the last five or six times a month to six weeks apart. Most have been productive. One, in about April, was not. The two in November and December were not.
But flushing has been the only thing that has really improved me. Cleaning up my diet didn't do it. Herbs and probiotics and vitamins and minerals didn't do it -- in fact, they often exacerbated my symptoms. People would say it was "die off" or cleansing reactions, but I never seemed to be able to get past this "die off." Hell, I had worsening "die off" for ten months once taking expensive probiotics and supplements. Herbal stuff tends to be my worst enemy, so I wouldn't touch anti parasite
herbs with a pole. (Which is why I was relieved to read Andreas Moritz
say that killing parasite
was not really a good idea, unlike Hulda Clark
So keep flushing. Eat healthy. Exercise sensibly. Rest. You will get better. Not right away, but you will heal. Moritz was quoted once that we sometimes don't see the best results for months, but they will come.