Liver / Gall Bladder Cleanse

This cleanse comes from Hulda Clark’s book

On the day of the cleanse, take no medicines, vitamins or pills that you can do without; they could prevent success.  Eat a no-fat breakfast and lunch such as cooked cereal,  fruit, fruit juice, baked potato or other vegetables with salt only.  this allows the bile to build up and develop pressure in the liver.  Higher pressure pushes out more stones.  The timing on this cleanse is very important, so try to be on time with all instructions.

2:00pm  Do not eat or drink after 2:00.  If you break this rule you could feel quite ill later.  Mix 4 tbs. of Epsom salts with 3 cups of water and set this in the refrigerator

6:00pm  Drink 3/4 of a cup of Epsom salts and water.  You may add 1/8 tsp of vitamin C powder to improve the taste.

8:00pm Drink another 3/4 of a cup of Epsom salts and water.

9:45pm Pour 1/2 cup (measured) olive oil into a pint jar. Squeeze 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup of the juice from a pink grapefruit by hand.  Remove the pulp with a fork.  Add this to the olive oil.  Close the jar tightly with the lid and shake the mixture hard until it is watery (only fresh grapefruit juice will do this).

10:00pm Drink the potion with a straw while standing up next to your bed.  Also take 4-8 capsules of Ornithine with the first few sips (this helps you to sleep).  Drink this within 5 minutes.  Lie down immediately and do not move for at least 20 minutes. (Failure to do this might prevent stones from coming out).

Next morning: Take your third dose of Epsom salt water

2 hours later: Take your fourth dose of Epsom salt water

2 hours later: you may eat.  Start with fruit juice.  30 minutes later eat fruit.  1 hour later, eat regular food.

You will have loose stools in the morning that will sink in the toilet; the green or yellow stones will float on top.  There is no pain or discomfort at all as the stones pass.  Repeat this every 2 weeks until all the stones are gone.

September 07 2012 07:50 am | Uncategorized

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