Hello, everyone! I'm hoping you all could give me some advice/info and help me out a bit since I am new to liver flushing.
I have been doing a liver flush this week that consisted of tart cherry juice, extra virgin olive oil, epsom salts and grapefruit juice. Yesterday was the actual oil/grapefruit "flush" and last night as well as twice already this morning I have had soft bright green stones... like... a lot. I would dare to say hundreds of different shapes and sizes. And I'm not even done taking my last epsom salt drink yet!
I know they aren't coming from my gallbladder because, well, I don't have one! I had mine (foolishly) taken out about 14 years ago by some greedy doctors after I did a no-fat crash diet. :( I have had numerous digestive/health problems ever since. It's like each year they just kept getting worse and worse (i.e. leaky gut syndrome, depression, candida overgrowth/fungal skin issues, other skin issues since birth like psorasis that have gotten worse/spread, extreme fatigue, weight gain/inability to lose weight, horrible menstruations, hair loss when exercising-- just lots of weird things). I always thought that I had heavy metal poisoning as well and almost had all of my fillings replaced this year but financially was stopped from doing so. But I read that when the liver is as backed up as mine possibly is, that's why there could be heavy metal toxicity in the body because the toxins keep getting reabsorbed into the blood stream instead of expelled properly through a well functioning liver.
I also wanted to ask, what does it mean when you pass so many bright, soft green stones? Are they new stones? Does that mean I probably have really old hard, different colored ones waiting to come out as well?
OH!-- I also read that a high fat diet would be good to do because it helps keeps the stones moving out or something to that effect. I would ALWAYS tell people that I feel leaps and bounds better eating oily/fatty food (okay, not the HEALTHY fatty food I should be eating, but you get the idea!). I had no idea that my body craved the fat and grease because it was trying to help pass all of my stones! Amazing!
Anyways, so now that I'm ready to drink my last 6oz glass of epsom salts in another few minutes, I was just wondering... ***how often should I do a liver flush***? I have read that it's really only good to do in the springtime (and never during a full or new moon), or some people do it consecutively, and some people do it once a month until all stones are gone and the new "diet" stops producing them, etc. So considering I have a quarry inside of my liver , what should I do? Is it safe to do a few consecutive ones? If so, do I need to do water enemas each time? Also, should I do another water enema after today to make sure my stones are completely out? I don't like the idea of doing the water enemas to be quite honest, but the book I read said you should do one before and after the flush...?
Any other info/help would be appreciated! Thanks! But right now, I gotta go visit the restroom again!!!!
Thanks, Southern Belle! Oh boy, if those are the new stones formed in the liver, and there are LOADS of them, I can only imagine how many old ones I have lurking in there! :O
Okay, so I will try again in another 2 weeks then. Thanks for the info. I'm actually hoping to see some parasites come out... I've always been worried I've had them as well, having pets and all, and having visited a 3rd world country back in the day and picking up a strange rash while there.... :/
I also wanted to add that I have been having horrible psoriasis in my ears and on my eyelids for months now (meaning, in the winter months, my ears are like that off and on-- and my eyelids, too... but usually in the spring/summer they clear up... but they haven't been this time!)... like, so bad that it would peel and bleed and crack, even if I put some lotion on to calm it. I would constantly be picking off dead skin and itching. But ever since last night when I started the oil + grapefruit juice flush? OMG. My ears and eyelids are practically "normal" again. Little-to-no dead skin on them. I mean, I still have psoriasis patches all over my body, but it's nowhere near as bad as it used to be. Even my scalp-- which is the worst-- has calmed down. I'm quite amazed. I will definitely be doing this flush every two weeks until I don't see any more stones pass. This flush has been amazing.
I must admit, however, that I was skeptical and thinking that the green stones were probably just olive oil or feces residue. Like many other people out there, I had my doubts. But it just can't be anything other than stones. Nope. Not with the instant results I am seeing in my eyes (they are much brighter, and even my friend just pointed it out), my skin looks better and not as blotchy, and, of course, the improvement in my psoriasis. I know it may not last long from other peoples' stories I've read, but I don't care because I'm sticking to these flushes until the results are permanent. Also, I can feel the achiness in my liver and where my gallbladder used to be. I get pains every now and then (in the bile ducts, I guess, due to stones?) there and it will hurt/spasm quite bad, usually after something I eat that doesn't agree with me. I am feeling a lighter pang like that now... kinda like there are more stones waiting to come out in due time.
Also, I just wanted to add that I did an 11 day water fast a couple of weeks before this, and I didn't get any results (besides weight loss) nearly as good as this. If anything, I think the fast made things worse, which is why I did the liver flush. I'm so glad my friend recommended me to do this and I did it. I was close to not doing it last night because I started reading posts by people who claim the flush is a hoax, but I'm so glad I went through with it.
Thanks for reading! :)