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Re: Day 24... Migraine and vomiting.


Sounds like you may have hit a deeper level
of cleansing. I cannot explain it better but
have been there on my longer cleanses. If
you are vomiting, it is definitely the easier
way for the body to throw off toxins.

If it were me, I would do the SWF (Salt-Water-Flush) even if I
ended up vomiting. Some peppermint tea might
also be used to calm the tummy and neutralize
toxins.

I would also recommend using a Castor Oil pack
to shift the congestion in your liver/gallbladder~~

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Here are directions for how to make a Castor Oil pack!

Simple procedure for detox and cleansing~

Castor oil has a long history of traditional medical use
dating back to ancient Egypt. Derived from the castor bean
(Ricinus communis), the oil was once used internally as a
laxative but is now primarily used externally due to its
potential toxicity.

How it works

A castor oil pack is placed on the skin to increase circulation
and to promote elimination and healing of the tissues and organs
underneath the skin. It is used to stimulate the liver, relieve
pain, increase lymphatic circulation, reduce inflammation, and
improve digestion.

How it is made

Castor oil packs are made by soaking a piece of flannel in castor
oil and placing it on the skin. The flannel is covered with a
sheet of plastic, and then a hot water bottle is placed over the
plastic to heat the pack.

A castor oil pack can be placed on the following body regions:

The right side of the abdomen to stimulate the liver. Castor oil
packs are often recommended as part of a liver detox program.

Inflamed and swollen joints, bursitis, and muscle strains.

The abdomen to relieve constipation and other digestive disorders.

The lower abdomen in cases of menstrual irregularities and
uterine and ovarian cysts.

Safety precautions~

Castor oil should not be taken internally. It should not be
applied to broken skin, or used during pregnancy, breastfeeding,
or during menstrual flow.

Materials

Three layers of undyed wool or cotton flannel large enough to
cover the affected area

Castor oil

Plastic wrap cut 1-2" larger than the flannel (can be cut from a
plastic bag)

Hot water bottle or heating pad

Container with lid

Old clothes and sheets. Castor oil will stain clothing and
bedding.

Method

1. Place the flannel in the container. Soak it in castor oil
so that it is saturated, but not dripping.

2. Place the pack over the affected body part.

3. Cover with plastic.

4. Place the hot water bottle or heating pad over the pack.
Leave it on for 45-60 minutes. Rest while the pack is in place.

5. After removing the pack, cleanse the area with a dilute
solution of water and baking soda.

6. Store the pack in the covered container in the refrigerator.
Each pack may be reused up to 25-30 times.

Frequency of use

It is generally recommended that a castor oil pack be used for
3 to 7 days in a week to treat a health condition or for detox.
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Hang in there~!

best wishes,
Zoe

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