Horary times & daylight savings. by george ..... Liver Flush Support Forum
Date: 3/7/2002 6:26:12 AM ( 21 years ago ago)
> I can't answer your questions, but I'm also wondering if it's
> okay to start the flush early. I started it 1 1/2 hrs early,
> since I go to bed early and get up early, and that time was
> more in line with my schedule. Plus I knew I'd get more sleep
> this way, but as it was, I think I only got 4-5 hours of sleep.
> I left out the Orthonine (sp?), since I didn't know what it was
> or where to get it. Perhaps that would have helped. I should
> do better with my 2nd flush, since I know now what to expect.
> But I know according to chinese medicine, that the liver and
> gall bladder (and all other organs for that matter) have a 2 hr
> time slot where it's functioning at peak performance. I don't
> remember the exact time - maybe 1-3am or was it 11-1am? Don't
> recall. So perhaps it would be better to folllow their schedule,
> so you hit the optimal window? Anyone know?
Gallbladder meridian peaks at 11-1am.
Liver meridian peaks at 1-3am.
I guess no-one has considered daylight savings, but here in Australia our clocks are one hour forward, so I guess we should be doing Epsom Salts at 7pm & 9pm, and the olive oil at 11pm to compensate.
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