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1) Liver and Gallbladder Detox

Liver and Gallbladder Detox

A liver and gallbladder detox or flush can seem like a good idea to boost vitality. In the article “How Crash Diets Harm Your Health,” cardiologist Isadore Rosenfeld, MD, of Weill Cornell Medical College, says that most detoxifying programs and cleanses are misleading, however, since they exist based on the erroneous theory that the body needs our assistance in eliminating toxins and waste. Certain foods and health practices, however, can support and encourage liver and gallbladder vitality and performance.


The largest internal organ in the body, the liver, converts food into energy, produces the bile necessary for digestion and cleans the blood of alcohol, food toxins and poisons, according to MedlinePlus. The gallbladder functions as a storage unit for the bile produced by the liver. Both organs are essential for digestion.


Foods to Avoid

High fat, sugar and fast food especially disturb liver function, according to Brent Tetri, M.D., one of America’s leading experts on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and professor of internal medicine at the Saint Louis University Liver Center. Tetri led an animal study in 2008 in which mice were fed a diet patterned after the average fast-food meal – 40 percent fat, and full of high-fructose corn syrup. Within a month, Tetri’s mice showed a marked increase in liver enzymes – a key marker for liver damage – not to mention glucose intolerance, an indicator of Type 2 diabetes. Similarly, foods high in cholesterol and trans fats can cause gallstones, according to the American College of Gastroenterology.

Supportive Foods

There are many delicious and nutrient-dense foods available that support the detoxifying operation of the liver and gallbladder overall. According to “Real Age” magazine, eating foods that are unprocessed and devoid of chemicals and additives energizes the cleansing enzymes in your liver and gives it what it needs to perform at optimal capacity. The chlorophyll found in leafy green vegetables such as spinach helps mop up heavy metals and pesticides from the environment and protects the liver. Garlic also activates liver enzymes, while green tea contains catechins – antioxidants – that accelerate liver activity. Reducing overall dietary fat serves as a means to help the gallbladder do its job and support the liver’s detoxifying efforts without becoming overloaded, thereby avoiding gallbladder disease.


According to Nemours TeensHealth, the human body was built to purify itself. At present, no conclusive scientific evidence or research exists to validate detoxifying programs, and there is no scientific proof that a detoxifying regime actually works. In the case of the liver and the gallbladder, these organs will do the job they’ve been designed to do if your diet includes fiber, fruits, vegetables, and plenty of water.


Healthy skepticism goes a long way in the world of liver and gallbladder detox products, plans, and specialized diets. Exercise caution — if a product claims to detoxify the body and includes harsh restrictions or deprivations, it’s probably hype. It is always prudent to consult a medical doctor prior to beginning any kind of detox program.

2)Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse Directions

These are optional cleanse directions based on the protocols of Dr. Hulda Clark.

If you decide to follow these cleanse directions, please keep in mind that although it is best to stay as close to the schedule as possible, if you miss a day or two you can simply pick up where you left off.

If you need help to clarify the cleanse directions, please give us a call, but please note that we cannot give medical advice of any sort.

Refer to these directions for the original Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse and the Vegetarian Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse.

The Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse and Flush is a two-part cleansing protocol: Liver Support Tea (Part 1) and the 2-day Liver Flush (Part 2). One of the most fantastic cleanse protocols of Dr. Hulda Clark’s is the Liver Flush, but you should never attempt this when constipated.

For the best results drink the Liver Support Tea for 1 to 2 weeks prior to the Liver Flush. Consider doing a total of five Liver Flushes with a resting period of two weeks between each Flush. You can continue to stay on the weekly Parasite Cleanse Maintenance Program during the Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse, but refrain from taking your Maintenance dose during the 2-day Liver Flush.

Everything you eat, drink, breathe and absorb through your skin is purified and detoxified in your liver. Everyday your body is being polluted by harmful chemicals and what your body doesn’t eliminate ends up getting stored in your body, including inside the liver. Dr. Clark’s Liver & Gallbladder Cleanse and Flush helps lighten the load on your liver and gallbladder with a systematic cleanse that helps maintain your liver’s vitality.


How does your liver function?

It is the job of the liver to make bile, 1 to 1 ½ quarts (1 liter to 1 ½ liter) per day. The liver is full of biliary tubes that deliver the bile to the common bile duct. The gallbladder is attached to the common bile duct and acts as a storage reservoir for bile, which aids in the breakdown of proteins and fats. Eating fat or protein triggers the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty after about 20 minutes, and the stored bile finishes its trip down the common bile duct to the intestine.

The biliary tubes in a healthy liver allow the bile to flow with minimum restriction into the common bile duct. The Liver Support Tea and Liver Flush may help you maintain healthier and cleaner bile ducts and thereby continued good flow.


How often should you perform the Liver Flush?

This depends on the toxins you eliminate. Initially, you may repeat the Flush at two-week intervals. This allows your organs to get enough rest in between. After your initial Flushes, a quarterly or semi-annual Flush may be enough.


Cleansing Your Liver

Your body produces and eliminates waste every second. You can see your body releasing toxins in four different ways, through:

  • Lungs by breathing
  • Skin by perspiration
  • Kidneys by passing urine
  • Large intestine by bowel movements

Your liver is the biggest and most important organ in your body. It has everything to do with how you live – that’s why it’s called the liver. Your liver condition can determine how long you will live and how well you look and feel. You have two main filters for detoxification. The first one is your liver. Your blood carries nutrients and waste from the digestive system through your liver filter. Your liver breaks down the toxins and absorbs the nutrients. Your blood travels out of your liver, partly clean, into your kidneys, your second main filter.

Your kidneys keep the nutrients in the bloodstream but relieve toxins through urination.

Too afraid to do the Liver Flush?

Here are simple ways to gain courage to Flush the liver and gallbladder.

1. Test how you react to Epsom Salt:
If you have Magnesium Sulfate capsules then take 1 capsule daily and increase dose by 1 capsule per day, until you are taking 15 capsules. If you have Epsom Salt crystals take 1 teaspoon dissolved in ¾ cup cold water and increase daily by no more than 1 teaspoon until you’re taking 3 teaspoons. Do not take more than 3 teaspoons at once. Stop this practice run when desired!

2. Test how you react to Olive Oil:
Take 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil with 1 tablespoon of freshly pressed, cold, grapefruit or lemon juice.

Increase by 1 tablespoon daily:
Day 1 – Take 1 tbsp. of oil + 1 tbsp. of juice
Day 2 – Take 2 tbsp. of oil + 2 tbsp. of juice
Day 3 – Take 3 tbsp. of oil + 3 tbsp. of juice
Day 4 – Take 4 tbsp. of oil + 4 tbsp. of juice

Stop this practice run when desired and start the Flush!

3. Read about other people’s experiences online
Search online for “liver flush”


Precautions: Please read thoroughly before attempting the Liver Cleanse & Flush

The Liver Flush is generally safe for people in reasonable health and without complicating factors. Consuming fatty foods may carry a comparable risk. Regardless, please adhere to the following precautions. This information is not intended to replace the advice and treatment of a healthcare professional who specializes in the treatment of diseases. Do not Flush when constipated. Get the bowels moving regularly first. Should you be occasionally constipated, you can take the Digestive Aid Cleanse and Parasite Cleanse, both of which help to regulate the bowels. If you are chronically constipated please consult with your healthcare professional. Once your bowels are moving regularly, for best results, do the Dr. Clark Kidney Cleanse and the Liver Support Tea before the Liver Flush. You want your kidneys, bladder and urinary tract in top working condition so they can efficiently remove any undesirable substances absorbed from the intestine as the bile is being excreted.

Do not Flush when ill. Consult with your health professional to get an X-ray and CT scan before doing the Liver & Gallbladder Flush if you suspect you have an obstructed bile duct or gallstones.

Please follow the detailed directions in this kit. If you change these recipes you might expect problems. The liver is quite sensitive. If you plan to make changes, be sure to seek the assistance of a qualified healthcare professional.

Do not take medications, vitamins or supplements that you can do without during the Flush. They could prevent success. Make sure you check with your physician first.

If you are taking medications, please check with your physician prior to the Flush. Ask about known interactions to the items in the Liver Cleanse kit.

The Flush is only for individuals over 18 years of age. Although individual use on the product labels suggests that it can be used for adults and children 12 and over, for safety we do not recommend anyone under 18 years to go through any of the cleanses, except the Dr. Clark Parasite Cleanse modified for minors.

Do not take during pregnancy or lactation. Keep cleanse items away from children.

Make sure you are able to tolerate Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt) before you attempt the Flush. People unable to tolerate Magnesium Sulfate may suffer a negative reaction, even death. People have died as a result of Epsom Salt overdose. See testing procedures on the previous page – Test how you react to Epsom Salt.

If you experience initial symptoms of hypermagnesemia such as nausea, vomiting, and weakness, discontinue use and contact your doctor.

You will get diarrhea after taking the Epsom Salt. This is a normal reaction. In fact, please contact your healthcare professional if you do not experience diarrhea.


Liver Support Tea Preparation

  1. Add ½ bag (½ cup) of herbs to 2 quarts (2 liters) of water. Bring to a boil.
  2. Turn off the heat source and cover with a lid.
  3. Let mixture soak for 6 hours or overnight at room temperature or in the refrigerator.
  4. Strain herbs. You can save the stained herbs, storing them in the freezer, and use one more time. The second brew will not be as strong.
  5. Optional: Add natural sweetener, such as honey, to the tea. You can also add fresh coconut water.

Drink 3 cups of Liver Support Tea daily for 1 to 2 weeks prior to the 2-day Flush. If you miss a day or two, simply pick up where you left off.


Preparing for the Liver & Gallbladder Flush

It’s highly recommended that you complete the Parasite Cleanse and Kidney Cleanse before you do the 2-day Liver Flush. Completing these cleanses helps to clear the channels of elimination. If you purge the toxins out of your liver and do not have clear elimination channels, you run the risk of recirculating toxins, and this can make you ill. If you are following the weekly Parasite Cleanse Maintenance Program, take your Maintenance dose within seven days of starting the Liver Flush, but refrain from taking the Maintenance dose during the Liver Flush.

Step 1: Schedule 2 days to complete the Liver Flush – Start on a day that allows you to rest the following day.

Step 2: Prepare for a zero fat diet – For best results stop eating fat and protein the night before you begin the Flush. On day 1, continue eating a zero-fat breakfast and lunch. For best results, finish eating by 12 PM with only sips of water thereafter. This allows the bile to build up and develop pressure in the liver. Higher pressure pushes out more toxins. Limit the amount of food you eat to the minimum you can get by on. You will purge more toxins if you do.

Step 3: Assemble supplies not included in the Liver Cleanse kit

  1. Fresh pink grapefruit – 1 large or 2 small, enough to squeeze ½ cup juice. Wash grapefruit twice in hot water and dry before cutting it open. You can substitute lemon juice for grapefruit juice. Squeeze 1 lemon and add enough water to make ½ cup of liquid. Adding natural sweetener is optional.
  2. 1 pint (½ liter) jar with lid
  3. Make sure you have at least ½ cup Olive Oil on hand. Light Olive Oil is easier to get down. Choose Extra Virgin Olive Oil because it is cold pressed.
  4. Honey (optional for sweetening)

Step 4: Organize items on the supply list

  1. Pint jar (½ liter) with lid
  2. Epsom Salt – 60 capsules Magnesium Sulfate OR 4 tablespoons Epsom Salt crystals
  3. Olive Oil – ½ cup
  4. Citric Acid – ½ teaspoon
  5. Vitamin C – ½ teaspoon (if using Epsom Salt crystals)
  6. Fresh pink grapefruit (or lemon) – enough to squeeze ½ cup juice
  7. Honey – 1 tablespoon (optional)
  8. Ornithine – 4 to 8 capsules (don’t skip this or you may have difficulty relaxing)
  9. Large drinking straw
  10. Black Walnut Hull – 1 teaspoon tincture OR 2 capsules


Liver & Gallbladder Flush Schedule

For best results stop eating any fat the night before. For the remainder of the Flush eat no fat and no artificial sweeteners. Fruit and fruit juice are fine. No dairy, butter, oils, meat, eggs, nuts/seeds or sweets. Before you start the Flush read the entire list of precautions.

8:00 AM: Eat a zero-fat breakfast and lunch such as cooked cereal, fruit, fruit juice, bread with preserves or honey (no butter or milk). Oatmeal is the most ideal choice. For lunch eat plain cooked or steamed vegetables with white rice. Do not eat any protein foods such as butter or you might feel ill during the Flush.

2:00 PM: Do not eat or drink after 2 PM, otherwise you could feel quite ill later. Make sure you have 60 capsules of Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt) handy (you will take 15 capsules per dose for a total of four times per Flush). If you prefer to drink the Magnesium Sulfate dissolved in water you can either buy Epsom Salt or pull the capsules apart.

If you use Epsom Salt crystals, mix 4 tablespoons and ½ teaspoon Vitamin C in 3 cups water and pour into a jar. This makes four servings, ¾ cup each. Store in refrigerator.

6:00 PM: DOSE 1 Take 15 capsules Magnesium Sulfate (or ¾ cup Epsom Salt solution) with no more than ¾ cup water. If you are drinking the Epsom Salt solution you may bite into a lemon or rinse your mouth, but spit out the water. Get the olive oil (ozonated if possible) and grapefruit out if not already at room temperature.

8:00 PM: DOSE 2 Repeat by taking 15 capsules Magnesium Sulfate or ¾ cup of Epsom Salt drink. You haven’t eaten since 2 PM, but you shouldn’t feel hungry. Get your bedtime chores done. The timing is critical for success.

9:45 PM: Make the grapefruit and olive oil drink

1. Pour ½ cup (measured) olive oil into a pint jar.

2. Wash grapefruit twice in hot water and dry; squeeze by hand into a measuring cup. Remove pulp with fork. You may squeeze lemons in the juice also. You should have at least ½ cup juice (measured). Add this to the olive oil. Close the jar tightly with the lid and shake hard until watery (only fresh grapefruit juice does this).

3. Add ¼ to ½ teaspoon citric acid to the olive oil-grapefruit mixture to improve taste. Stir until dissolved. Do not drink yet!

4. Have 2 capsules of the Green Black Walnut Hull or 1 teaspoon tincture and 4 to 8 capsules of Ornithine ready.

5. Now visit the bathroom one or more times, even if it makes you late for your 10 PM drink. Don’t be more than 15 minutes late or you may not be as successful with the Flush.

Before going to bed make sure you have the following on hand:

  • Grapefruit/Olive Oil drink
  • 1 tablespoon honey (optional)
  • Ornithine (4 to 8 capsules)
  • 1 teaspoon Green Black Walnut Hull tincture or 2 capsules
  • Cinnamon (optional)


10:00 PM: Drink the Grapefruit/Olive Oil mix standing or sitting up. Get it down within 5 minutes (15 minutes maximum). Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. You may use cinnamon or honey to chase it down between sips. Have these pre-measured. Take the oil mix to your bedside if you want. Remember to take 2 Black Walnut Hull capsules or 1 teaspoon of tincture and 4 to 8 Ornithine capsules with the first sips. Four Ornithine will help you sleep through the night. Take eight if you already suffer from insomnia. 

Now lie down immediately. Don’t get out of bed and don’t eat. You may fail to get toxins out if you do. The sooner you lie down the more toxins you will get out. Be ready for bed ahead of time. Don’t clean up the kitchen. As soon as the drink is down lie down flat on your back with your head up high on the pillow. Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes. You may feel toxins traveling along the bile ducts. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open due to the Epsom Salt. Go to sleep. You may fail to get toxins out if you don’t.

Expect diarrhea in the morning.

6:00 AM or Later (next morning): DOSE 3 Upon waking, take 15 capsules Magnesium Sulfate (with no more than ¾ cup water) or ¾ cup of Epsom Salt drink. If you have indigestion or nausea, wait until it is gone before taking the capsules or Epsom Salt drink. Do not take before 6 AM. You may go back to bed.

2 Hours Later: DOSE 4 Take the last dose of 15 Magnesium Sulfate capsules or ¾ cup of Epsom Salt drink. You may go back to bed again.

After 2 more hours: You may eat. Start with fruit juice. You may add another ½ teaspoon of citric acid to get even more toxins out. Half an hour later eat some fruit. One hour later you may eat regular food but keep it light. Don’t eat too much fruit and avoid sweets. Start with vegetables. By dinner time you should feel recovered.

Usage Warning: Consult a healthcare professional before starting this cleanse if taking medication, or if you have a medical condition. Do not take this cleanse if you are pregnant, nursing, or below the age of 18 without consulting with a healthcare professional first. If you have adverse reactions or other symptoms, discontinue taking cleanse and seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional.

3)Gallbladder Flush And Liver Cleanse

Gallbladder Flush And Liver Cleanse

Gallbladder Flush And Liver Cleanse

The liver is a vitally important organ and a gallbladder flush and liver cleanse can help keep it operating at an optimum level.

A liver cleanse usually involves and benefits from a  quick gallbladder flush. The liver has incredible regenerative capabilities, since toxins constantly damage liver cells as the liver filters toxins in the blood.

Though the liver is capable of regeneration, the constant and chronic bombardment of toxins ends up overwhelming the liver’s ability to protect itself.A gallbladder flush removes some of the pressure put on the liver by removing gallstones or gallbladder stones. Gallbladder stones  obstruct the delivery of bile from the liver to the gallbladder, and this  puts additional pressure on the liver.

Gallbladder And Liver Diagram

The liver makes 1 to 1.5 quarts of bile a day, a digestive juice that digests fats.

Biliary ducts in the liver carry bile to one large duct called the “common bile duct.”

The bile moves through the common duct to the gallbladder for storage.

The consumption of meat and fat causes the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty to aid with its digestion, and the bile travels to the small intestine.

The picture demonstrates how  gallbladder and ducts can become blocked by gallbladder stones, and impede the flow of bile and interfere with normal digestion.

The build up of gallbladder stones cause back pressure on the liver and cause the liver to slow its production of bile.

The accumulation of gallbladder stones leads to less cholesterol leaving the body, and rising cholesterol levels.

Gallbladder stones are porous and pick bacteria, cysts, viruses and parasites. These stones become a constant supply of harmful substances for the body.

Liver Function

The liver screens the blood for toxins, viruses, and bacteria, detoxifies alcohol and certain drugs, and plays a major part in the supporting the body’s immune system.

The liver uses Kupffer cells, a type of white blood cell, to destroy viruses, bacteria, old blood cells, and other substances it filters.

A damaged liver will less effectively fight infection, manufacture essential enzymes and proteins, and produce bile to aid digestion.

Damage will compromise the liver’s ability to absorb and store vitamins A, D, E, and K, manufacture and regulate hormones, and to remove waste from the blood.

You can damage liver function through the use of recreational and prescription drugs, consuming toxic food, and by touching and breathing in toxins.

Autoimmune like as non-infectious hepatitis, viral hepatitis, and cancer also damage liver function.

Cancer does not usually start in the liver, but moves there from others areas of  the body like the colon, breast, lymph glands, lung, pancreas, and stomach.

The very unnatural and toxic societies we live in constantly keep the liver  under pressure to filter the large amount of toxins that enter it.

Liver Damage Symptoms

  • Fatigue, lack of appetite, loss of energy, weakness, weight loss and nausea.
  • Jaundice: The liver can’t remove bilirubin from the blood, which causes a yellowing of the skin and white part of the eyes
  • Nails become curved and white rather than pink
  • Digestion problems resulting in a loss of appetite, weight loss, and anemia
  • Lighter stool due to the lack of bile production
  • Longer blood clotting time die the liver’s compromised ability to make the clotting protein, fibrinogen
  • Water retention due to the liver’s compromised ability to help the kidneys remove water

Gallbladder Function

The liver produces bile to digest and store fats, and it is store in the gallbladder. The body also uses bile to remove waste products like bilirubin.

Gallstones or gallbladder stones clog the gallbladder and obstruct the flow of bile into and through it. This interferes with the delivery of bile from the liver and puts pressure on the liver.

Gallstone Symptoms

  • Develop of gallstones
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Chest pain (angina)
  • Tenderness in the abdomen
  • Heartburn
  • Unusual colored stool
  • Vomiting

Cleaning The Gallbladder & Liver

The following gallbladder flush and  gallbladder cleanse is derived from Dr. Hulda Clark’s gallbladder cleanse in  the book “The Cure for All Cancers.”

Generally, you should clean the kidneys and the colon before you cleanse the gallbladder, liver, or any other area of the body.

An onslaught of toxins easily overwhelm faulty functioning kidneys or colon. Toxins can reenter the bloodstream, instead of the body excreting them.

The Hulda gallbladder  cleanse recommends cleaning the body of parasites first, because it is more difficult to remove gallstones without killing parasites.

I jumped right in the first time I cleaned my gallbladder without doing a parasite killing regime.

I removed about 30 gallbladder stones performing the gallbladder flush and feel like I could have definitely removed more. People can have hundreds of gallstones in their gallbladders.

You can use black-walnut and wormwood to clear the body of parasites to assist the gallbladder flush.

Another suggestion is to drink plenty of fresh apple juice made from organic apples for 2-3 days before the gallbladder flush.

Apple juice contains malic acid which dissolves and softens gallbladder stones to make for a more successful cleanse.

Some people suggested the gallstones passed during  the gallbladder cleanse are not really gallstones.


Dr. Hulda produced medical document/s of  its customer/s who had the gallstones analyzed, confirming they were gallstones.

Find testimonials here.


The gallbladder flush causes the gallbladder to squeeze itself.  It is possible that gallbladder stones can become lodged in the ducts.

Gallbladder Flush

  • 1/2 Cup Olive Oil Extra Virgin (The original recipe calls for olive oil, but many people have difficulty swallowing the olive oil without getting nauseous. The important thing is to use an oil to stimulate the gallbladder to contract, so you can use another oil. It was easy for me to swallow unrefined coconut oil, because I  sometimes I drink one to two tablespoons for quick energy. Try using unrefined coconut oil if you have difficulty swallowing the olive oil.)
  • 3 lemons or 2 small pink grapefruits (I used 3 lemons. Some people recommend grapefruit juice over lemon because they feel it mixes better with the olive oil.The lemon juice mixed fine to me.)
  • 4 tablespoons Epsom salts (People who can’t tolerate Epsom salt should not do this particular cleanse.)
  • 3 cups water (I used 3 cups of organic apple juice instead)

Purpose of Ingredients

  • Apple juice contains malic acid that dissolve the cohesion between gallbladder stones.
  • Epsom salt relaxes bile ducts to let stones pass easily.
  • Olive oil (coconut oil) makes the gallbladder squeeze itself to push out gallstones.
  • Lemon juice or grapefruit juice cuts the taste of the oil and makes it easier to swallow.

The folllowing is taken from “The Cure for All Advanced Cancers”, p. 562ff:

Choose a day like Saturday for the cleanse, since you will be able to rest the next day. Take no medicines, vitamins or pills that you can do without; they could prevent success. Stop the parasite program and kidney herbs, too, the day before.

Eat a no-fat breakfast and lunch such as cooked cereal, fruit, fruit juice, bread and preserves or honey (no butter or milk). This allows the bile to build up and develop pressure in the liver. Higher pressure pushes out more stones.

2:00 PM. Do not eat or drink after 2 o’clock. If you break this rule you could feel quite ill later. Get your Epsom salts ready. Mix 4 tbs. in 3 cups water (I used 3 cups of fresh squeezed apple juice instead)and pour this into a jar. This makes four servings,3/4 cup each. Set the jar in the refrigerator to get ice cold (this is for convenience and taste only).

6:00 PM. Drink one serving 3/4 cup of the ice cold Epsom salts. If you did not prepare this ahead of time, mix 1 tbs. in 3/4 cup water now(I used apple juice). You may add 1/8 tsp. vitamin C powder to improve the taste (I didn’t do this).

You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterwards or rinse your mouth. Get the olive oil (ozonated, if possible) and grapefruit out to warm up (I used 3 lemons).

8:00 PM. Repeat by drinking another 3/4 cup of Epsom salts.You haven’t eaten since two o’clock, but you won’t feel hungry. Get your bedtime chores done. The timing is critical for success.

9:45 PM. Pour 1/2 cup (measured) olive oil into the pint jar. Add 2 drops HCl to sterilize (I didn’t do this). Wash grapefruit twice in hot water and dry; squeeze by hand into the measuring cup. Remove pulp with fork. You should have at least 1/2 cup, more (up to 3/4 cup) is best. You may use part lemonade (I squeezed 3 lemons).

Add this to the olive oil. Also add Black Walnut Tincture (I didn’t add this to the list because I think it is less effective at this stage. The Black Walnut is used to kill parasites. I think it is more effective to do a parasite killing regime before the cleanse.) Close the jar tightly with the lid and shake hard until watery (only fresh grapefruit juice does this).

Now visit the bathroom one or more time, even if it makes you late for your ten o’clock drink. Don’t be more than 15 minutes late. You will get fewer stones.

10:00 PM. Drink the potion you have mixed. Take 4 ornithine capsules with the first sips to make sure you will sleep through the night (I didn’t take them. I also drank the oil lemon juice mixture straight down.)

Take 8 if you already suffer from insomnia. Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. You may use oil and vinegar salad dressing, or straight honey to chase it down between sips.

Have these ready in a tablespoon on the kitchen counter. Take it all to your bedside if you want, but drink it standing up. Get it down within 5 minutes (fifteen minutes for very elderly or weak persons).

‘Lie down immediately. You might fail to get stones out if you don’t. The sooner you lie down the more stones you will get out. Be ready for bed ahead of time.

Don’t clean up the kitchen. As soon as the drink is down walk to your bed and lie down flat on your back with your head up high on the pillow. Try to think about what is happening in the liver.

Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes. You may feel a train of gallbladder stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open (thank you Epsom salts!). Go to sleep, you may fail to get stones out if you don’t.

Next morning. Upon awakening take your third dose of Epsom salts. If you have indigestion or nausea wait until it is gone before drinking the Epsom salts. You may go back to bed. Don’t take this potion before 6:00 am.

2 Hours Later. Take your fourth (the last) dose of Epsom salts. You may go back to bed again.

After 2 More Hours you may eat. Start with fruit juice. Half an hour later eat fruit. One hour later you may eat regular food but keep it light. By supper you should feel recovered.

My Experience Doing the Gallbladder Flush

I used coconut oil instead of olive oil. The lemon juice coconut oil  mixture wasn’t horrible and wasn’t too difficult to swallow. I didn’t even have to hold my nose.

I mixed apple juice with the Epson salts for two reasons. One it made it taste better, and the malic acid in the apple juice helped to weaken the bonds between gallstones. I drank the apple juice Epsom salt mixture easily. I didn’t use the ornithine capsules to help me sleep because I didn’t want to introduce this new substance to my body.

I just rested on my back, breathed and thought of peace, and I was able to sleep without too much disturbance. Yes I did pass gallbladder stones, and plenty of them. It didn’t hurt and they passed easily because the Epsom salt relaxed my ducts and intestines. I am ready to do my next gallbladder flush and liver cleanse.

Herbs For The Liver Cleanse

I performed the gallbladder cleanse to quickly flush out  built up cholesterol, toxins, and gallbladder stones from gallbladder.

I used gallbladder flush as a jump starter for the three month herbal liver cleanse I performed. The gallbladder flush was the big broom I used to quickly sweep away major obstructions.

I used  burdock root, dandelion, yellowdock, sarsaparilla, and elderberry  to deep clean and repair my liver from toxic damage.

A very important thing to remember is these herbs are diuretics, and as a result will strip water from the water. This is not an issue as long as you drink the recommended daily value of water.

The DV for water is around one gallon a day, and it is better to drink spring water to support the pH of the blood and homeostasis in the body.

Aqiyl is the author of the books Alkaline Herbal Medicine and The God-Awakening Diet. He received a certificate in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University, a BA in Organizational Behavior and Communications from NYU, worked as an elementary school teacher, and studied social work. He enjoys boxing, kick boxing, cycling, power walking, and basically anything challenging, and his alkaline plant-based diet supports all that he does. Learn more about transitioning to an alkaline vegan diet using the Dr. Sebi nutritional guide.

4)Liver Flush / Liver Cleanse – Q&A

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Anemia, blood sugar, weakness

Anemia and the liver flush

Q. I just did my first liver flush and had trouble – feeling dizzy, weak, and even passing out near the end. I would guess that’s from being anemic and not having sufficient red cells. I have been anemic since childhood. I want to do another liver flush but I don’t want to pass out again. If you have time, I will appreciate any perspectives you would share with me.

A. I used to be severely anemic, had arrhythmia, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, and severe bile duct congestion and gallbladder problems. I passed out every 2-3 weeks for many years, often during church mass after standing for more than 5 minutes. When I stopped eating all protein, the anemia, constipation, RA, heart condition and most other problems disappeared, except the liver/gallbladder problem. I suffered through 40 gallstone attacks, but after passing over 3,500 stones in total, I had a new body.

Chicken, fish, and eggs coagulate blood protein within 1 hour of eating them, according to research (dark field microscopy), causing blood platelets to stick together and reducing their ability to take up oxygen and deliver it to the brain and other parts of the body. A drop in blood sugar occurs as well. Blood sugar is glucose, produced through normal digestion of complex carbohydrates like vegetables and grains. It has little to do with eating sugar, but can go up when eating sugar (the unhealthy way of raising it).

I recommend drinking alkaline ionized water, which has been shown to restore proper platelet configuration within 30 minutes of drinking it. Phytoplankton also works very well and fast for issues like yours but it is expensive. It contains basically all the nutrients that exist on the planet, and they don’t require digestion through the digestive system; they go right into the blood and cells.

Apple juice, malic acid, candida

Apple juice intolerance

Q. I drank the apple juice as required during the liver flush and found that I was severely bloated and extremely gassy. Before I started to cleanse in the evening, I had a lot of gas and a bowel movement with a lot of mucus. I have never had any mucus in my bowel movements. I’m not used to drinking juice; I usually just drink water. Is this normal?

A. Not everyone can tolerate that amount of juice, especially those who have a Candida problem. The large amount of sugar in the juice may cause it to ferment (gas-forming) and even cause loose stools with mucus. The mucus lining naturally contains Candida bacteria. If the Candida increase in response to digesting some of the extra sugar, the amount of mucus also increases. There are alternatives, such as malic acid (1/2 teaspoon in about 32 ounces of water per day) or a combination of malic acid and apple juice (usually well tolerated), or cranberry juice, or apple cider vinegar (See the relevant section of my book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush). You can also drink apple juice one day, malic acid the next, etc.

Best day to flush

Best time of the month to do the liver flush

Q. I was told that the results were best achieved if I try to release the stones on the full moon and do a colonic in the next 3 days. Is this correct?

A. Although the liver flush is effective at any time of the month, it should preferably coincide with a day between full moon and new moon, or new moon and full moon. If possible, avoid doing the actual flush on full moon day when the body tends to hold on to extra fluids in the brain and tissues and is, therefore, more reluctant to release toxins. The days around new moon are the most conducive for cleansing and healing. For a detailed explanation about lunar influences on the body, see my book Timeless Secrets of Health & Rejuvenation.

Blood pressure medication

Blood pressure medication and the liver flush

Q. I am reading your book as my husband’s aunt had success with the liver flush. Two of my friends want to do the flush, but one is on Coumadin and high blood pressure pills and the other is on Xanax and high blood pressure pills. I am thinking that they cannot do it, am I right?

A. You are correct; they should not do it—yet. It is best to change the diet first to normalize the blood pressure and make the blood thin again. It doesn’t take long. Animal protein coagulates the blood platelets within 30 minutes after eating it. Just eating a single egg alone causes blood platelets to stick together and risks a heart attack or stroke. The proteins also accumulate in the blood vessel walls, making them hard, stiff, and prone to injury, thus raising the blood pressure. You can find details on how to treat blood pressure naturally in Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation

Drinking ionized water can make the blood thinner within half an hour. Your friends would need to avoid all animal proteins, such as fish, eggs, poultry, meat, cheese, and milk, and sugar as well. Instead of normal salt, unrefined salt should be taken. You can find more on all that in Timeless Secrets of Health & Rejuvenation.

Once their blood pressure is normal, they can do liver flushes. Xanax, cumiden, and beta blockers have recently been shown to increase the risk of heart attack and stroke by up to 40%. More people die from the drugs than without them. They are extremely dangerous drugs with many detrimental side effects, and you have to take them for life, usually a short life. Lowering high blood pressure without removing what causes it is medical malpractice.

Blood sugar, fasting

Blood sugar and fasting on day of liver flush

Q. Today I have just finished my first liver flush. I am an active 60-year-old, live alone, keep good health, and take no medication. I only use natural and alternative remedies. I followed the liver cleanse exactly and it went just as you said in the book. I tolerated the Epsom salt and didn’t get nauseous from the olive oil mix. I saw about 2 dozen, small, light tan colored stones floating in water at the end of the cleanse.

The problem was that about the time I was allowed to begin eating fruit, I became so weak that I went to bed and passed out. When I came to, I had a cold sweat soaking my body and the bed linen. I am a small-built. Even though I tried to combine vegetables during the week, it didn’t seem to be enough protein. Since I am borderline anemic and have been so all my life, my blood sugar drops. That’s my question: The colon and liver cleanse itself left me feeling OK but I am not a person who can fast. What can I do about the 22 hours without food that will not hinder a future cleanse?

A. A section from my large book Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation deals with the real cause of blood sugar dropping – it would be good for you to read that. With cases like yours, protein consumption causes high insulin spikes that then lead to sugar fluctuations like you experience them. Weaning yourself off the proteins and cleansing the liver/colon will balance your blood sugar levels. However, when you stop eating protein without cleansing the liver, the process of normalization may take longer, but it would happen as well.

Over the years, you have deposited excessive proteins in the basal membranes of your blood vessel walls. When you stop eating proteins, they will re-enter the blood, making it thicker and thus lowering the oxygen-delivering capacity of the blood (causing fatigue) and lowering blood sugar. That’s why fasting has such an effect on you. In time, though, the liver will break down these proteins, and this will stabilize blood sugar. Going through this initial uncomfortable period may be tough, but otherwise, it will be difficult to get out of this vicious cycle.

You may eat some dried fruits, like dried figs, in the morning, although it does interfere with the effectiveness of the cleanse. Most people, including diabetics, no longer experience such blood sugar problems after several liver flushes.

Blood tests

Blood tests and the liver flush

Q. I have had several blood tests recently and many things came back in the high range. My doctor has now prescribed thyroxine but I do not want to take this. My thyroid test in March of this year was normal and the doctor doesn’t know what happened to me. I have done 6 cleanses since February so would this not have helped?

A. I strongly recommend, as stated in the book, not to do any blood tests following liver flushes for at least 6 months. It’s never a good idea when your body is being cleansed and toxins are stirred up and released from all over the body. This is especially true when you are sick or just recovered from a sickness. In addition, most blood tests are unreliable, as shown by studies of laboratories. You can send the same blood sample to three different labs and obtain three different results. There are many healthy people who test false-positive for diabetes, and then are given insulin, which actually causes diabetes. Diagnosis is just as dangerous as treatment. It is far better to take care of oneself and let the body work out the details.

Breast tumor

Breast tumor hurts after liver flush

Q. I had my 6th flush and lost about 300 stones, most of them small, but a good result. I look better and feel OK, feel less depressed than a year ago, but my breast tumor hurts so much. It seems that every time I do a liver flush, the tumor grows and hurts more. Could there be a link?

A. When your liver gets cleanser, feels healthier, and is able to remove blood toxins more efficiently, more toxins come forth from tissues of organs and systems in the body. Some of these toxins get pulled into outlets for toxins that already exist. Tumors are such outlets.Did you ever use a bloodroot salve (deep tissue) to pull out the tumor? This is a website that has a deep tissue salve that can remove tumors that are as deep as 2 inches from the surface of the skin, and it also takes out the trail of poisons underneath which created the tumor in the first place. For information,

2 book titles

Difference between the two liver flush books

Q. I was searching online for some of your books and came across one called The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All-Natural, At-Home Flush to Purify & Rejuvenate Your Body that’s a paperback published in 2007. Does this book describe the same The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush that you’ve always talked/written about? I didn’t see this book for sale on your website, so was wondering about it. What’s the difference between these two books, please? Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you.

A. With regard to the content of these two books, there is very little difference between them. However, only The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush has the cover picture of my Ener-Chi Art painting to energize the liver and gallbladder.

The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse was published by the mainstream publisher Ulysses Press, whereas the The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush book was published by me directly.

The new October 2012 edition of the book, The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, has more than 50 percent additional content, photographs and citations – spread throughout the entire book – it is nearly 500 pages in length.

Chemotherapy, chemo drugs, Hodgkin’s disease

Chemotherapy and the liver flush

Q. I have been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease. I have had it for a while and started my liver flushing regimen during this period. I have completed 9 flushes and released well over 2,000 stones. My question is: now that I am undergoing chemotherapy, should I continue to flush? I am so eager to reach that “breakthrough” flush where I release those calcified stones.

A. It is not a good idea to do liver flushes while on chemo drugs. Their effect would become greatly minimized. The body cannot cleanse or heal while on these drugs. They inflame all parts of the body and produce a large amount of new stones. In the U.S., the contribution of chemotherapy to the 5-year relative survival rate is 2.3%, which is not worth the destruction of the immune system it causes. Many people die, not because of Hodgkin’s, but because of secondary problems created by the degeneration of the immune system.

Children and the liver flush

Can children do the liver flush?

Q. Can children do the liver flush? If yes, is the dosage any different for them?

A. Yes, children from age 10 – 16 years can do liver flushes, but they would need to take only half the adult dosage, that means half the amount of everything, including apple juice or malic acid solution, Epsom salts, and oil mixture. Children may also start the whole process on Day 6 about 60-90 minutes earlier, so they can take the oil mixture at 8:30 p.m. or 9:00 p.m. at night, but they should still take the first Epsom salt solution at 6:00 a.m. or 6:30 a.m. the following morning.

Unless they have a small frame, children who are 16 or older can follow the normal directions for adults.

Child, stones after flush

Children and the liver flush results

Q. My 11-year-old daughter just finished a liver flush. I cannot get over the size of the stones she released and especially the thousands of hard, black, seed-like ones. In your many years of experience, have you come across this from a child? Or don’t many children do liver flushes?

A. Children rarely produce gallstones if they eat a balanced, vegetarian diet that is rich in vegetables, fruits, and complex carbohydrates but a lot of children nowadays have these stones in their livers and even the gallbladders. A Chinese woman had children aged 4 and 6 who suffered from various conditions; they did liver flushes and passed a lot stones, too. In children, these stones mostly develop in response to a toxic diet, the use of antibiotics and, especially, vaccines. Most parents, though, wouldn’t even consider having their children go through liver flushes. That’s why you don’t hear about this very often.

The harder stones are older ones and tend to come from the gallbladder. The seeds may be bilirubin stones from the liver, which can be black outside but contain red bilirubin inside (that looks like blood). The green ones are typical cholesterol stones.

I am glad she passed these stones; it will save her a lot trouble in the future.

Colema, colonic irrigation

Difference between colema and colonic irrigation

Q. What are your thoughts on Colema as opposed to Colonic Irrigation?

A. Cleansing the colon through colonic irrigation is one of the most effective, preventive methods to safeguard the body against toxins generated in the large intestine. Within a 30-50 minute session, this procedure can eliminate large amounts of trapped waste that may have taken years to accumulate. It is estimated that 80% of all immune tissue resides in the intestines. Therefore, cleansing the colon from such immune-suppressive toxic waste (and removing gallstones from the liver) can make all the difference in the treatment of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, MS, AIDS or other serious diseases. During a typical colonic, a total of 3-6 liters of distilled or purified water is used to flush the colon. Through gentle abdominal massage, old deposits of mucoid fecal matter are loosened, detached from the colon wall, and subsequently removed with the water.

If you do not have access to a colon therapist, you may greatly benefit from using a colema board as a second best choice. The colema board allows you to clean your colon in the comfort of your own home. The colema colonic is a do-it-yourself treatment that is easy to learn and perform. Colemas work on a similar principle as colonics; they gently irrigate the colon. But, unless you are very experienced, the water absorbed during this process may not be able to reach all the way to the beginning of the large intestine.

In both approaches, it is important to know how to massage the colon during this procedure in order to release as much trapped waste material as possible.

Colonic omitted

Discomfort during and after flush

Q. I have your book and just recently did my first liver cleanse ever. On the evening of the 5th day, I had lots of discomfort in my lower back and legs and found it difficult to get comfortable or sleep well. On day 6, I went to work in lots of pain in lower back and legs plus bloating and couldn’t wait until that evening to get rid of the discomfort. I did complete all steps to the cleanse, but ended up vomiting half of the oil/juice mixture. I managed to get the second half in and it stayed, and then I went straight to bed. I didn’t, however, pass any stones and have still felt bloated and not myself to date. I finished the cleanse on Saturday morning and today is Tuesday and I am not back to normal. Should I repeat the cleanse right away again or what do you think is going on with me? I would appreciate any feedback that you might have.

A. Did you do the colon cleanse before the liver flush? (*She replied that she had not*)

As the book suggests, it is ideally done on the day of the liver flush. If there is any congestion in the colon, the olive oil mixture may not be able to release enough bile to take out the stones from the liver and gallbladder. In addition, the intestinal congestion may cause some of the waste and gas to move up toward the stomach and cause the oil mixture to remain in the stomach too long. The stomach will then try to throw it up. If you vomited half of the amount of oil, the amount of oil left in the stomach would not have been enough to trigger a powerful enough bile release to expel a significant amount of stones. However, you may have passed stones but, due to the intestinal congestion, they are caught in the colon. This can make you feel quite uncomfortable.

Most people who do liver flushes pass quite a few stones during the colonic irrigation at the end of the liver flush (done within three days). In my book, I stress the great importance of cleaning out the colon both before and after liver flushes to allow stones to be released and to eliminate any stones that are getting caught in the colon. If you have not done this, I urge you to have a colonic or at least several high enemas which bring water all the way to the ascending colon.

The liver flush is a very powerful and effective method to improve your health, but it is important to follow all the directions carefully, especially those with regard to colon cleansing. Those who have a tendency toward constipation, and/or use fiber to be able to have regular bowel movements, are the most prone to being sick during a flush, unless they clean out the colon beforehand.

Colonic, pre-colonic, constipation

Importance of colon cleanse before the liver flush

Q. My mother has had constipation on and off for a number of years as well as stomach and digestion problems. She did her first cleanse in March and had about 5 small stones. She did her second this past April and had none. Should she try a colonic before trying another cleanse at the end of May?

A. It is vitally important to cleanse the colon both before and after liver flushes. If the pre-colonic is omitted, especially when constipation is an issue, stones may not pass at all because the gallbladder may remain shut. If the post-colonic is omitted, any stones that may have passed could get stuck in the colon and create more problems there than they did in the liver. Your mother may have passed stones but, because of constipation or not cleaning the colon beforehand (ideally on the day of liver flush), the stones may have become caught in the colon and may still be there.

Colon cleanse, Colosan, Colema, enema, post-colonic

Importance of colon cleanse after the liver flush

Q. I purchased The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush book last week, after a medical intuitive doctor told me my liver needed to be cleansed. I would like to clarify the colon cleanse aspect of your book. I’ve had colonics before but I am not currently in a financial position to take them. Is taking Colosan before and after the cleanse acceptable, or is the risk of lingering stones just too great?

 A. There is a considerable risk involved with not doing a proper colon cleanse within three days after liver flushing. The next best method to colonics is the use of a colema board, which cleanses the entire colon, too. A colema board is a one-time investment and lasts forever (see details under Wellness Products on If that is not affordable, doing 2-3 back-to-back water enemas would be fine. You can buy 1-quart enema bags at most pharmacies for less than $4. One enema on the day of the liver flush may be sufficient. Colosan can be used in addition to that.

Colosan, enema

Alternative to colonic irrigation

Q. I want to do the liver cleanse as outlined in your book but I’m scared to try it due to the inability to have colonics in this state; they aren’t “legal” (licensed) here. Have you changed the suggestions for alternative colon cleanse methods as outlined in your book?

A. A simple second-best method of colonic is the colema board (see, and it will save a lot of money in the long run. The third best method is to do 1-2 back-to-back water enemas on the day of the liver flush, and then 2-3 back-to-back water enemas within three days after the liver flush. You can find inexpensive 1-quart enema bags in pharmacies. The Epsom salt method works too, but it takes a lot of time and is often not very convenient.

Cirrhosis, Hepatitis C

Porphyria, hepatitis C, cirrhosis, gallstones and liver flush

Q. My husband has porphyria and Hepatitis C. He has just been diagnosed with stage 3 cirrhosis of the liver. He also has gallstones, but they stated these were not a problem. Do you think your liver book would be of any help to him? Due to his condition, the doctors think he would seriously decompose his liver if he started on interferon so we are looking for alternative treatments.

A. Porphyria are mainly due to a deficiency in the enzymes involved in the synthesis of heme which is found in large amounts in the bone marrow, red blood cells, and liver. This enzyme deficiency causes the normal body chemicals porphyrins to accumulate in toxic amounts in the body. These can destroy liver cells and other cells in the body. The cell environment depends on simple things like food, digestion of food, hormonal balance, lifestyle, sleeping habits, emotional health, stress, and, primarily, liver health.

Hepatitis C is not caused by a virus. The virus proliferates in the liver only when there are large amounts of damaged cells that are borderline cancerous. The body uses the liver cell infection as a means to destroy these damaged, potentially dangerous cells. Using the highly toxic drug interferon would merely destroy the rest of the minimal immunity he has left in him. The body’s own interferon would remove the virus naturally without side-effects, if this were in the body’s best interest. The infection is the best possible survival solution at this time, given the current circumstances.

It is gross misinformation to say that the gallstones don’t pose a problem for him. In fact, they are the problem. Gallstones in the gallbladder, cirrhosis, liver infection, and porphyria strongly suggest the presence of thousands of intra-hepatic gallstones that causes the severe liver congestion behind the enzyme deficiency, viral infection, gallstone production in the gallbladder, and other health problems he is facing. Over 99% of practicing physicians are not familiar with the occurrence of intra-hepatic gallstones, and believe gallstones only occur in the gallbladder. The main reason for that is because intra-hepatic gallstones are merely hardened bile (90% cholesterol) which is invisible to x-ray or ultrasound or scanning technology. However, Johns Hopkins University and a few other leading research universities in Europe have recognized the existence of these highly obstructive and toxin-loaded stones in the liver.

Here is a picture once found in the online library of Johns Hopkins University, which describes intrahepatic gallstones

My book explains all that in greater detail. In a situation like your husband’s, I know of no other solution than cleaning out the liver through a series of liver/gallbladder flushes and making major immune-strengthening changes to his diet and lifestyle. These are detailed in my extensive book, Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation.

The product MMS  may also be of benefit as it removes toxic compounds while increasing the immune response and removing viruses at the same time, all in concert with, and not against, the body’s own healing mechanisms. I hope you will find this to be helpful.

Diabetes, fasting, blood sugar

Diabetes and the liver flush

Q. My diabetic friends won’t try the flush because they have to go without food all day. Is there some way they can do it? I have recommended The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush to everyone I come in contact with; I should start carrying it here for sale (ha, ha). Thanks for your good work!

A. Diabetics are kept in the dark because they are being told that the body has to come up with up ten times the amount of insulin to process animal protein than needed to remove ingested sugar. This makes them severely insulin resistant. Most diabetics who stop eating protein foods will become non-diabetic in a matter of weeks or a few months. You/they can read up on it in the chapter on diabetes when you get Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation.

A lot of diabetics do liver flushes now without a problem. They can eat two meals before lunchtime on Day 6 of the preparation and just skip dinner, and then eat something by 10 a.m. the next morning. So it’s not a whole day without eating. Epsom salt spoils the appetite, anyway. What makes it so much easier for them is actually not eating protein foods during the preparation; it makes the blood sugar more stable, contrary to common belief.


Should I take medicine for diarrhea after the liver flush?

Q. Today is my 7th day of a liver cleanse. It is now is 3:15 pm and I am still going to the bathroom. Mostly it is water and about 15 small stones. My stomach is cramped and it looks like diarrhea. Should I take diarrhea medicine to stop? I just took a little oatmeal soup and some fresh orange juice.

A. No, don’t stop the diarrhea by any means. You want to have diarrhea. It helps expel the poisons from the liver and release these green, beige gallstones and the sludge (made of the same stuff). The diarrhea is not because of bacteria or amoeba, but in response to Epsom salts taking out the stones. You did well for your first flush, and more stones may still be coming out. The cramps show that more of them are on their way out. Make sure to do the colonic irrigation or colema in 2 or 3 days to remove any stones still left in the colon. Some people pass dozens or more stones during the colonic.

Doubts and skepticism

Doubtful and skeptical of the liver flush

Q. I have been sick with one thing or another all my life even though I take good care of my body and eat a healthy diet. I have allergies to many foods including gluten, dairy and most cruciferous veggies. I have had breast cancer (then surgery & radiation), migraines all my life, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, enlarged inefficient lungs, back pain, sciatica, frozen shoulders, hysterectomy, breast implants w/ rupture and removal, depression, heart attack at age 50, heavy metal toxicity, difficulty concentrating, fibromyalgia, IBS, and seasonal allergies that cause me to stay indoors 6 months of the year, among other things.

I continue to remain optimistic and keep trying things (too numerous to list) to help heal my body. I recently bought your book on the liver cleanse and am beginning my first cleanse today. I am admittedly skeptical and have tried many things at great expense with no real improvement. Can you help me?

A. Sometimes we travel a long road that seems never-ending, but when we have nearly tried everything and we are about the give up, something comes along that offers us a way out of the vicious circle. From what I have seen in all these years of working with the liver, all your symptoms point toward a liver congested with bile stones. It has certainly been the missing link. I am certain that you can help yourself, and the liver cleanse/colon cleanse combination, according to my experiences, is one of the best self-help healing methods around.

Doubt about stones

Are these really stones?

Q. I’m doing the Amazing Liver Flush because I was told I have a virus in my liver. I stopped drinking alcohol (which I rarely drank, anyway) and have done 12 colonics. Whenever I do the liver flush (this was my 3rd time), it’s very unpleasant for me. I drink the grapefruit and olive oil mixture and can’t sleep during the night due to nausea. My question: these stones look fresh, like they were created from the Epsom salt, olive oil and grapefruit juice. I know your book says they are not, but I’m questioning what I’m doing. I feel like I’m putting my body through a lot of stress to do the cleanse. I even got a cold/flu this time – maybe it’s a healing crisis? Let me know what you think.

A. The stones are definitely not “fresh”. Sometimes people do the liver flush but, 10-15 minutes later, throw up the entire oil mixture, and yet they pass significant numbers of stones. When the oil mixture enters the stomach, the gallbladder and bile ducts immediately pass a lot of bile into the small intestine, taking the stones with it. There is no way, therefore, that these stones can be made from oil/juice, since the mixture hasn’t even left the stomach in these cases. This also happened to me once, (I threw up the mixture), and I still passed several hundred stones. Be assured that the stones you are seeing are not “fresh” and made from the liver cleanse ingredients.

The new October 2012 edition of the book, The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, has a chapter “Ending the Soap Stone Myth”, which dispels many myths.

Detractors such as Quackwatch

Responding to detractors of the liver flush

Q. Would you comment on this article: The “Truth” about Liver /Gallbladder Flush from Quackwatch comments?

A. This doctor seems very sarcastic to me, which makes me suspicious about his true motivations or insecurities (often revealed by usage of such words as “disgusting”). He certainly has never done a liver flush himself, which doesn’t make him a good candidate for what he is talking about. His medical explanations are one-sided and at least partially medically incorrect or outright false. Many of these doctors are actually employees of the pharmaceutical industry intending to curb the spread of the alternative medicine movement. Seeing his other articles, this would not surprise me.

I have worked with the liver flush since the early 1990s. It certainly saved my own life, after over 40 gallstone attacks and nothing else being able to help me. There is a newly updated and greatly expanded version of my book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush. This book is the most comprehensive, medically correct work in this field. It is being used and recommended by thousands of doctors and at least a million people around the world. It also provides the necessary information on colon cleansing in combination with liver flushing, which is very important, as well as the kidney cleanse procedure, and information on how to avoid making new stones, etc.

Detractors, critics of the flush

Responding to doctors critical of the flush

Q. How do you respond to the doctors who say that this liver flush isn’t doing anything useful?

A. I think it is their loss, believing what others say about something with which they have no experience or haven’t even tested. The idea that you can make soap stones in the intestines was first promoted by Dr. Weil and Dr. Anderson, who had their own reasons (liver products to sell) to discourage their patients from doing liver flushes.

With all due respectto Dr. Murray (see next question below), it would help him if he actually studied medicine and learned that gallstones do not just occur in the gallbladder but also in the liver. Johns Hopkins University calls them intra-hepatic biliary gallstones, made mostly of cholesterol, colored pea green, the same as the ones that you release during liver flushes. I trust Johns Hopkins more than Dr. Murray in that respect.

Here is a picture once found in the online library of Johns Hopkins University, which describes intra-hepatic gallstones

If he checked the archives of medical schools and looked for dissected livers, he would also find numerous pictures of large numbers of these stones bulging from the liver’s many bile ducts. German medicine is starting to discover this now. Many of the diseased people now undergo autopsies of their liver and doctors find these stones to be extremely common. An old friend of mine from 30 years ago recently died of cancer in Germany. The autopsy revealed that he had over 70,000 of these stones in the liver! Another friend with chronic hepatitis, who died from a heart attack, had over 50,000 stones. I have devoted a whole chapter to this topic “Ending the Soap Stone Myth” in my updated and greatly expanded edition of The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush.

Now you can drink a glass of olive oil or sunflower oil without any of the other ingredients and still pass stones (I can attest to that) because oil/fats trigger the gallbladder and bile secretions. And if there are stones in the gallbladder (calcified or non-calcified), they will also come out along with the bile. But this can cause some of them to become stuck in the common bile duct and trigger a galls

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