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Re: Another Question From a Soon-to-be-new Flusher
 
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Re: Another Question From a Soon-to-be-new Flusher


Hi!

If I were you, I think I would complete the cleanse first, then follow up with a Liver Flush.

The bowels need to be working properly in order to avoid re-absorbing toxicity that will be released during the flush. This helps to avoid herxheimer reactions...which can be VERY uncomfortable. This is what I experienced on Sunday...dead in the water!

I wasn't expecting to kill off so much yeast, so therefore, I was unprepared for that eventuality. I have fairly decent bowel function as it is, but just couldn't deal with so much die-off all at once.

Since Sunday, I have had approx. 2-3 Tbs of coco oil per day mixed in food and the gastro upset continues...not as bad...but still there. So, I need to get back with the Colon Cleanse program as I am obviously not where I need to be.

Even if what you are experiencing ends up not being candida...coco oil is a fairly wide-spectrum anti-microbial...the stuff will not go rancid sitting at room temperature for up to 5 years! Also, you can only improve the situation by doing a LF. Better digestion=better you. That sounds like a slogan. Maybe I'll copyright it :-)

I would go to the Liver-Flush forum and ask questions, read Telman's posts - he is an expert.

I would probably start with a standard flush (clark) first to gauge how you react, you can modify from there.

Happy flushing,

Texas
 

 
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