Gallbladder and Liver Cleanse

How to flush out the gallstones from the liver and gallbladder

A recipe to flush gallstones and clean the liver

When to start a gallblader, liver cleanse:

Begin in the morning with a no fat breakfast, lots of fresh fruit, vegetables are great, no fried foods! Same thing for snacks and lunch.  At 2:00 in the afternoon no more eating.

Mix four drinks consisting of ¾ cup of warm water with 1 table spoon of Epsom salt each and refrigerate all four drinks.

At 6:00p.m. (still no food since 2:00p.m.) drink one of the premixed solutions (using a straw will help get this down) this will automatically curb any hunger you may have and begin to flood the bowels with water along with a purging of bowel contents.  Be sure to drink plenty of water all through this cleanse.

At 8:00p.m. (still no food because you do not want your body digesting what is about to come from your gall bladder) drink the second premix of Epsom salt and water. This solution will soften both the bile ducts and gallstones and aid in passing of larger gallstones.

9:50p.m. Squeeze a whole grapefruit to produce a minimum of ¾ cups of juice (fresh squeezed has lots of live enzymes). Mix grapefruit juice with ½ cup of virgin olive oil. Shake in a jar works best. Go to the bathroom and take care of any last minute bedtime preparations.

10:00p.m. Drink grapefruit juice with olive oil solution (again a straw works well to aid in the drinking of this potion). This mixture actually tastes good to most people.

Go directly to bed for the night (it is most important to lay still for the first 15 to 30 minutes while your gallbladder dumps bile and gallstones, you may even feel the trickle of stones as they begin to purge).

If you feel you may have trouble sleeping you could take a natural product named L-Ornathine before your 10:00p.m. dose. Take 4 to 8 capsules.  This product can be purchased at almost any health food store and can aid in the digestive related insomnia at any time. For sleep do not combine ornithine and arginine.

6:00a.m. Drink 3rd mixture of Epsom salt and water. No food yet, as you will still be flushing gallstones and you do not want to digest the bacteria laden stones!

There will be little or no feces in your stools at this point and the gallstones will be found floating in the commode water with each evacuation–which will be mostly water and bile.

8:00a.m. Drink the fourth and final mixture. (Don’t skip this one!) Liquid vitamin E applied topically to the anus will help relieve discomfort and soreness caused by the water passing from the bowels.

10:00a.m. Squeeze another grapefruit and drink the juice. This will help to restart your digestive tract and also introduce fresh living enzymes.

11:00a.m. Eat some fresh fruit.

12:00 noon You are free to eat and resume your life with an awareness of renewed hope for life and health!

What are gallstones?

Gallstones actually form in the liver and are caused by bacteria and parasites that become surrounded with cholesterol to protect the body from harm.  These stones migrate to the gall bladder and the smaller ones even make it to the pancreas and cause all sorts of horrendous problems. You may flush several hundred of these stones ranging in size from tiny slivers to pea size and even larger! Count them if you like but it is not unusual to have 2,000 or more of these problem causers in your liver, gall bladder, and related ducts. You will probably have to do 3 or 4 cleanses, at least 3 weeks apart before you can call your liver clean. You may also notice immediate relief from chronic aches, headaches, hypogloxemia, and numerous other toxin related symptoms.

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For proof that these are gallstones:

For pictures of gallstones expelled in liver cleanses:

Authored by cancer nutritionist Craig Stellpflug NDC, CNC, Dayspring Cancer Clinic Scottsdale, AZ
Copyright 2012 Craig Stellpflug© Permission is hereby granted to copy and distribute this article but only in its entirety

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