A liver cleanse will remove gall stones, improve your digestion,
and maybe abort the need for
gallbladder removal. Learn to do
With the approval of your physician, it is recommended that you perform the
Liver-Gall Bladder Flush three times a year, even if you no longer have a gall
bladder. The purpose of this procedure is to assist your body in its efforts to
maintain free-flowing bile and to help keep the gall bladder free of debris. It
is a very simple and natural procedure which will dramatically improve digestion.
The idea is to cause the gallbladder to naturally expel any accumulated
matter, including gall stones or pre-stone sludge composed of stagnant bile and
toxins. The malic acid found in apple juice dissolves and softens gallstones.
Adequate amounts of magnesium (epson salts) are ingested which will allow for a
relaxation of the smooth musculature which includes those controlling the
relaxation and contraction of the bile duct. Olive oil is ingested, which, if
taken in sufficient quantity, will cause the gallbladder to contract and squeeze
itself empty, forcing the expulsion of the bile sludge out of the gall bladder
into the now relaxed bile duct. Coffee enemas are used which detoxify and
stimulate the release of waste from the liver into the bile duct which also
increases the rate of bile released from the liver.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
One case (approximately 38 pounds) of organic apples to be juiced, or the
equivalent (approximately one gallon per day for 5 days) in frozen organic apple
juice reconstituted. Only use organic apple juice which is free of
preservatives. Fresh is best, then frozen second.
Ortho-phosphoric acid (Ultra-Phos Liquid available from
(618-594-7711)) at a cost of about $9.88 plus shipping.
Olive oil (cold pressed extra virgin organic).
Epson salts (available from Wal-Mart in a 4 Lb container).
Organic ground coffee. Get it at a health food store, or over the internet.
Non-organic coffee is full of herbicides and pesticides. Don't use instant or
Several red or pink grapefruits, and whipping cream (organic if possible).
An enema bag.
GALL BLADDER RESULTS AND REACTIONS
On the seventh day, the morning after the consumption of the flush, it is not
uncommon to find many gallstones, greenish objects expelled in the bowel
movement. These may be numerous and range in size anywhere from 1/8" - 3/4" in
diameter. Most tend to be quite soft, while others may be very hard and
stone-like. Sometimes they may continue to show up in the bowel movement for
several days following the flush. These particles, composed mostly of coagulated
bile, are believed to come directly from the gall bladder and indicate a
Most people do not experience any discomfort from doing the liver-gall
bladder flush, other than a newly discovered, considerable dislike for the taste
of Epson salts and straight olive oil. However, it is possible that one may feel
some nausea or other discomfort. This is not cause for worry or concern, but
rather is due to the contraction of the gall bladder and the process of
elimination of toxins. Quite the contrary, as a result of the liver-gall bladder
flush, one usually feels an improvement in well-being.
Follow your recommended diet and supplement program as usual. Ingest as much
apple juice as you feel comfortable doing. This step should be done unless you
are advised to the contrary by your physician on account of blood sugar
problems, or if the apple juice causes you discomfort. If it causes you nausea,
dilute the apple juice with water.
Add a total of 90 drops of ortho-phosphoric acid (Ultra Phos) to the apple
juice each day. This may be taken all at once, or as 45 drops twice or 30 drops
three times a day. If you have been advised to use other than apple juice, take
the drops with the juice of your choice.
(Notes: The times given are for example. You can substitute grapefruit
juice for water when dissolving the epson salt, to avoid the bad taste.)
(11:00 - 12:00) Eat a normal breakfast and lunch and take your supplements as
(2:00) Two hours after lunch, dissolve 2 tablespoons of Epson salt into 3 ounces
of pure water and drink it. If you find the taste intolerable, you may "chase
it" with a little juice, preferably citrus, of your choice.
(4:00; start at 3:15 to prepare) Four hours after lunch, take a coffee enema
(one teaspoon or less of coffee) with 1/4 cup of Epson salt dissolved into it.
(See below for details of enema).
(5:00) Five hours after lunch, dissolve 1 tablespoon of Epson salt into 3 ounces
of warm, purified water and drink it.
(6:00 or 7:00) Six or seven hours after lunch you have a choice: You may either
fast, or you may have a fruit and whipped cream salad. It is preferable that you
eat the salad. It is to be made with a variety of fresh or frozen fruit of your
choice and "real" whipped cream. One should eat as much as desired.
At bedtime, drink 1/2 cup of olive oil. First, blend
the oil with an equal amount of fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice; this makes the
oil really easy to take. Should nausea be felt at this
time, it is due to the contraction of the gall bladder.
Immediately after consuming the oil, go to bed. It is best to lie on the
right side with your right knee drawn up to your chest. This will help
facilitate the movement of the oil from the stomach. If you feel nauseous during
the night, take another coffee enema.
In the morning, take another coffee enema with 1/4 cup of Epson salts dissolved
into it. Also, drink 3 ounces of water with 1 tablespoon of Epson salts
dissolved into it.
Resume your normal diet.
If you experience nausea one to four days after the flush, drink 1 tablespoon
of Epson salt dissolved in a glass of warm water. Take another coffee enema with
1 tablespoon of Epson salts. This should fix it.
NOTES ON TAKING AN ENEMA
* Use only pure/filtered water.
* Use 1 teaspoon or less of coffee. Put it into the water along with the Epson
salt, and bring it to a boil. Strain out the coffee grains before use.
* Allow the water to cool before use. To test for proper temperature, put some
on your wrist; it should not be uncomfortable. Water that is too hot can burn
* Use two quarts of water. The first is used to remove debris. The second is a
nutritional enema, which means that you will hold the water in and not expel it.
* Remove air from the hose before inserting the syringe into your anus; air will
* Allow the water to enter you slowly; if you go too fast, you may be forced to
expel it. Once the water is inside you, lie on the left side, right knee (top
knee) up towards the chest, left knee extended. Wait for 15 minutes. Then lie on
your back with both knees up; wait for 15 minutes. Then lie on your right side,
left knee up towards the chest, right knee extended; wait for 15 minutes.
* If you can find one, use a transparent enema bottle so you can see the rate at
which water is flowing.
* If you have gas, 1 tablespoon of molasses added to the water will help.
If your gallbladder or liver is in crisis, how to take care
If you are doing several liver gallbladder flushes, for the
duration of at least two of them, including the time in between, you should
follow the precautions below and avoid certain foods. This gives the
gallbladder and liver a rest and allows healing to occur more quickly.
Raw Foods - fruit, vegetables, salads
Tomatoes, tomato sauces
Condiments - mustard, mayo, ketchup, relish, salad dressings
Nuts and seeds
Spicy, pungent food
Fruit juices, bottled, frozen or fresh juiced (these are still raw)
Well-cooked vegetables and whole grains such as wheat, rice,
Whole grain breads unless you are also eliminating Candida
Fresh fruit may be cooked and eaten warm or cool
Room temperature beverages such as water and herbal teas
Small amounts of ghee (clarified butter) and olive oil may be used