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You need to arrange your program in such a way that you stay at home for the second day or have easy access to a bathroom.
Repeat the liver cleanse spring and fall for maintenance.
4 tablespoons oral epsom salts
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil or grape seed oil (grape seed oil is recommended as it is odourless and less nauseating)
Procedure: Day 1:
Eat a simple breakfast
Eat a light lunch. Do not eat for the rest of the day - drink only apple juice, herbal tea or water. Drink as much water as you want.
18:00: Drink 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in 3/4 glass of warm water. Drink a glass of fresh water immediately afterwards.
20:00: Drink 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in 3/4 glass of warm water. Drink a glass of fresh water immediately afterwards.
22:00: Drink 1/2 a cup olive oil or grape seed oil mixed with 1/2 a cup grapefruit juice.
Lie down within 10 minutes on your back and go to sleep.
Upon waking: Drink 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in 3/4 glass of warm water. Drink a glass of fresh water immediately afterwards.
2 hours later: Drink 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in 3/4 glass of warm water. Drink a glass of fresh water immediately afterwards.
After about another hour you may start eating small portions of fruit when you feel hungry.
Replace the good intestinal bacteria by taking acidophilus and soil-based organisms (SBO) for a week after a liver cleanse or eat plenty of white natural yogurt with live cultures in it.
Many stones (waxy plugs) will be seen upon the first bowel movement after a liver cleanse. It may take several cleanses over a period of months to clear all of them out from the liver.
The liver does fifty jobs, one of which is to filter and clean the blood. To do this, the blood passes through the biliary tubes which riddle the liver, some 2000 in number. When a particle comes through that is too large, the biliary tube constricts and traps the particle. Then it builds a layer of cholesterol around it (the liver secretes cholesterol). Then it builds another layer and then another. The process is exactly the same as a pearl building up in an oyster. Finally the waxy stone is so big that the tube is plugged. When enough of the tubes are plugged, then the liver's function is impaired. Once that happens, poor health is on the way.
The liver cleanse relaxes the biliary tubes with Epsom salts (mostly magnesium) and then the olive oil (emulsified by the grapefruit juice) MECHANICALLY flushes the stones out of the tubes. The oil is not digested in this case, but merely provides pressure to force the stones out. By Dr. Saul Pressman