Cleansing the liver of toxins and the gallbladder from gallstones is one of the most important and powerful approaches to improving your health. This cleanse requires six days of preparation, followed by a day of actual cleansing. To stimulate the liver and remove gallstones you need the following items. For those in the US, check out any natural food stores. Some packaging labels describe it as a natural laxative. The effect is the same with either choice.
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Cleansing the liver of toxins and the gallbladder from gallstones is one of the most important and powerful approaches to improving your health. This cleanse requires six days of preparation, followed by a day of actual cleansing.
To stimulate the liver and remove gallstones you need the following items. For those in the US, check out any natural food stores. Some packaging labels describe it as a natural laxative. The effect is the same with either choice. Preparation Drink 1 liter 32oz of apple juice or cranberry juice or apple cider, or 1 Tbsp of malic acid per 32 oz of water per day for a period of six days You may drink more than that if it feels comfortable. The malic acid softens any stone in the body and makes their passage through the bile ducts or uretha easy.
The apple juice has a strong cleansing effect. Some sensitive people may experience bloating and, occasionally, diarrhea during the first few days. Much of the diarrhea is actually stagnant bile, released by the liver and gallbladder indicated by a brownish, yellow color ; the fermenting effect of the juice helps widen the bile ducts. If this becomes uncomfortable, you can mix the apple juice with water.
Drink the apple juice slowly throughout the day, between meals. Avoid drinking the juice during, just before, and two hours after meals, and in the evening. This is in addition to your normal water intake. Note: use organic juice or cider It would be helpful to cleanse your mouth several times a day.
One very good and easy-to-use product is the not-made-from-corn Xylitol toothpaste, Xylitol gum and Xylitol mints. Dietary recommendations: During the entire week of preparation and cleansing, avoid taking foods or beverages that are cold or chilled; they chill the liver and, thereby, reduce the effectiveness of the cleanse.
All foods or beverages should be warm or at least room temperature. To help the liver prepare for the main flush, try to avoid foods from animal sources, dairy products and fried food items. Otherwise, eat normal meals, but avoid overeating. The best times for cleansing: The main and final part of the liver cleanse is best done when you are not under any pressure and have enough time to rest.
Although the cleanse is effective at any time of the month, it should preferably coincide with a day between full moon and new moon. The 6-day preparatory period can start days before the full moon.
If you take any medications: While on the liver cleanse, avoid taking any medications that are not absolutely necessary. It is important not to give the liver any extra work that could interfere with its cleansing efforts. Make sure that you cleanse your colon before and after you do a liver cleanse. Having regular bowel movements is not necessarily an indication that your bowel is unobstructed. Colon cleansing, either done a few days or, ideally, on the sixth day of preparation, helps to avoid or minimize any discomfort or nausea that may arise during the actual liver flush.
It prevents back-flushing of the oil mixture or waste products from the intestinal tract. It also assists the body in swiftly eliminating the gallstones. Colonic irrigation colon hydrotherapy and coffee enemas are the fastest and easiest method to prepare the colon for the liver cleanse. But, you can also do herbal cleanses. What you need to do on the sixth day of drinking juice: If you feel hungry in the morning, eat a light breakfast, such as a hot cereal; oatmeal or quinoa are the most ideal choices.
Avoid: sugar or other sweeteners, spices, milk, butter, oils, yogurt, cheese, ham, eggs, nuts, pastries, cold cereals, etc.
Fruits or fruit juices are fine. For lunch eat plain cooked or steamed vegetables with rice preferably Basmati rice and flavor it with a little unrefined Celtic sea or rock salt.
To repeat, do not eat any protein foods, butter, or oil, or you might feel ill during the actual cleanse. Do not eat or drink anything except water after 2 PM, otherwise you may not flush out any stones! Follow exact timing given below to receive maximum benefit from the liver flush. Drink your first portion now. You may take a few sips of water afterwards to get rid of the bitter taste in the mouth or add a little fresh lemon juice to improve the taste.
Some people drink it with a large plastic straw to bypass the taste buds on the tongue. It is also helpful to cleanse your mouth afterwards. One of the main actions of Epsom salt is to dilate widen the bile ducts, making it easy for stones to pass. Moreover, it clears out waste that may obstruct the release of the stones.
Squeeze them by hand and remove pulp. Close the jar tightly and shake hard, about 20 times or until the solution is watery. Some people prefer to drink it through a large plastic straw. If necessary, take a little honey between sips, which helps chase down the mixture. Most people, though, have no problem drinking it straight. Do not take more than 5 minutes for this only elderly or weak people may take longer.
This is essential for helping release the gallstones! Turn off the lights and lie flat on your back with pillows propping you up. If this is uncomfortable lie on your right side with your knees pulled towards your head. Lie perfectly still for at least 20 minutes and try not to speak!
Put all of your attention on your liver. You may even feel the stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There won't be any pain because the magnesium in the Epsom salts keeps the bile duct valves wide open and relaxed, and the bile that is excreted along with the stones keeps the bile ducts well lubricated this is very different in the case of a gallbladder attack where magnesium and bile are not present.
Go to sleep if you can. If at any time during the night you feel the urge to have a bowel movement, do so. Check if there are already small gallstones pea green or tan colored ones floating in the toilet. This is mostly due to a strong, sudden outpouring of bile, gallstones and toxins from the liver and gallbladder, pushing the oil mixture back into the stomach.
The nausea will pass as the morning progresses. If you feel the need to vomit, do so, as this is a normal release of toxins. For those who don't feel nauseous, don't worry Doesn't mean you don't have toxins! Rest, read, meditate. If you are very sleepy, you may go back to bed, although it is best if the body stays in the upright position.
Most people feel absolutely fine and prefer to do some light exercise, such as Yoga. One half-hour later you may eat one or two pieces of fresh fruit. One hour later you may eat regular but light food. By the afternoon or evening or in rare cases, the next morning , you should be back to normal.
You should feel signs of improvement. Continue to eat light meals during the following days. Remember, your liver and gallbladder underwent major surgery, albeit without the harmful side effects. Drink chamomile tea. If doing this with a friend make sure you laugh, have good conversation, rent a movie, do something fun.
The Results You can Expect During the morning and perhaps, afternoon hours after the cleanse you will have a number of watery bowel movements. These initially consist of gallstones, mixed with food residue, and then just stones mixed with water. Most of the gallstones are pea-green and float in the toilet because they contain bile compounds. The stones come in different shades of green and may be bright-colored and shiny, like gemstones. Only bile from the liver can cause the green color.
Gallstones can come in all sizes, colors, and shapes. The light colored stones are the newest. Blackish stones are the oldest. Some are pea-sized or smaller, and others are as big as two or three centimeters in diameter about 1 inch. There may be dozens and sometimes, even hundreds of stones of different sizes and colors coming out at once.
Also watch out for tan-colored and white stones. Some of the larger tan- colored or white stones may sink to the bottom with the stool. They are calcified gallstones that were released from the gallbladder and contain heavier toxic substances with only a small amount of cholesterol. All the green and yellowish stones are as soft as putty, thanks to the action of the apple juice. The foam consists of millions of tiny white, sharp-edged cholesterol crystals, which can easily rupture small bile ducts.
They are equally important to release. Try to make a rough estimate of how many stones you have eliminated. To permanently cure bursitis, back pain, allergies or other health problems, and to prevent diseases from arising, you need to remove all of the stones. This may require at least six cleanses which can be performed at 3 week intervals do not do more frequently than that. If you cannot cleanse this often, you may take more time between cleanses.
The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush
The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush / Edition 6
In this greatly expanded edition of his international bestseller, Andreas Moritz reveals the most common but rarely recognized cause of illness - gallstones congesting the bile ducts in the liver. Besides leading to gallbladder diseases and gallstone attacks in at least 20 million Americans each year, in many cases, liver bile duct congestion sets the stage for even more serious, seemingly unrelated, conditions, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Most adults living in the industrialized world, and especially those suffering a chronic illness, such as irritable bowel syndrome, heart disease, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, cancer, or diabetes, have in fact hundreds if not thousands of gallstones mainly clumps of hardened bile that escape detection for they are invisible to x-rays, ultrasound, and CT scans blocking the bile ducts of their liver. This book provides a thorough understanding of the liver and its complex functions, what causes gallstones in the liver and gallbladder, and why these stones can be held responsible for the most common diseases so prevalent in the world today. It provides the reader with the knowledge needed to recognize these stones and gives the necessary, do-it-yourself instructions to painlessly remove them in the comfort of one's home. Packed with images, the book also gives practical guidelines on how to prevent new gallstones in both the liver and gallbladder.