Flush #1 produced 250 black coated stones (with green centers) which I believe were very old and breeding grounds for bacteria. I believe these stones supplied a constant supply of bad bacteria to my body. They had a strong foul odor. Within a day after this flush my body odor disappeared and I now sweat less. My daily bad morning breath disappeared the next morning -a month later I still have yet to notice any odor whatsoever on my breath. I wake up after 8 hours of sleep - on my own, refreshed, no alarm clock. Oversleeping and unrestful sleeping seems to be gone. Life seems more focused, more relaxed, more vibrant. Smells and tastes are more powerful. My skin is stonger and more colorful. Acne flair ups are nearly gone. I feel stronger and 10 years younger. My eye floaters are gradually disappearing. Previous walks are now runs and jogs with no knee joint pain. I catch myself laughing way more than usual, and I am more motivated. Liver Flushing has brought on vivid dreams of past relationships - people from long ago.
Flush #2 produced 340 grayish-green coated stones.
Flush #3 produced 20 small grayish-green stones.
I have seen multiple dermatologists, psychiatrists, cardiologists, and general practitioners for these symptoms in the past 5-10 years with no positive results: Chronic fatigue, depression, acne, body odor, heart pains, stress.
What can I say? I am not one to exaggerate. This experience has answered many questions that I thought were futile for so long. My confusion is becoming clear, but my opinions of the modern Medical Establishment et al have hit rock bottom. I had great health insurance coverage, and yet was let down for many years by "the most advanced professionals" with certificates and diplomas wallpapering their offices proclaiming their competence. One month on CureZone with no health insurance coverage and no drugs and no surgeries and I am on the road back to health.
Great story! Finally hope for my body odor which I have for nearly 5 years constantly without stopping no matter I try..
I didn't yet try liver cleanse program, but I tryed bowel cleansing 1 week now, so I succeed to pass out frequently mucoid plaque, but it didn't helped to remove constantly body odor.
So, my question is, have you done a Bowel Cleanse before cleansing the bowel?
What type of body odor was yours? Was your BO continuously odor or just occasional from time to time? Do you need to use deodorants at all now after cleansing the liver?
I read many text and stories here on CureZone about liver cleanse and nowhere says that liver ang gallbladder cleanse is treatmant against BO.
I certainly was not expecting Liver Flushing to improve my body or breath odor. It happened immediately after my first flush. After smelling and disecting the hundreds of stones that came out of me I'm not too surprised. They were not "emerald green" like some people get - they had a thick coating of black smelly "stuff" with a green center. My next 2 flushed produced cleaner grayish-green colored stones that looked not as old so I think I am being cleaned out effectively. I expect later flushes will eventually produce the shiny emerald green stones.
"So, my question is, have you done a Bowel Cleanse before cleansing the bowel?"
I am 100% sure my Liver Flush was responsible for eliminating my odor problem - I had never done any other liver/master/bowel/etc cleanses of flushes before that day. No other changes were made in my life, and over a month later I am still odor-free (I did start a parasite cleanse a few weeks ago). I have purposely NOT showered for days (3) just to prove to myself that this is the real deal.
"What type of body odor was yours?"
Not the usual musty armpit odor, more like an overall odor I guess. Showering was effective for only a few hours, with lots of deodorant needed. My skin is not as clammy now, and I don't sweat as much. I jog in the heat too.
"Do you need to use deodorants at all now after cleansing the liver?"
I stopped using ALL regular deodorants - no more chemicals like aluminum or sticky propylene glycol for me. I've gone days without using any deodorants at all and I can barely make out any odors if at all after working outside in the heat. I have started using Mineral Salts based deodorants (spray and stick Thai or Rock brand) that work very very well (see my post on mineral salts - not spam, just me a happy consumer!) I highly recommend them! I know they are powerful because the spray eliminated the odor in my smelly summer boat shoes - and they take care of any bacteria on the skin surface. The bottle says to use it for shoes and as deodorant. So, I truly believe I have this odor thing solved - internally with Liver Flushes, and externally on skin surface with mineral salts. No chemicals, no prescriptions, no surgeries, no insurance... This has really helped my confidence socially!!!
Hello Mr. Cooties-
I am glad to hear the Liver Flush benefitted you by helping with the body odor. I have a question...there are soooo many different Liver Flushes that I have read about and I am interested in doing the same Liver Flush as you. Can you tell me which Liver Flush procedure you used? What were the ingrediants and how did you use them? Thanks so much for your time. :-)
I did the basic Hulda Clark method. Apple juice, Epsom Salts , olive oil... malic acid optional... I posted the details on CureZone but couldn't find it. It's really just the Clark method. Her book makes it seem more complicated than it really is, stretching the details over 3 pages of paragraphs instead of just giving a simple instructions list. She adds things like "after taking the Epsom Salts , keep yourself busy by doing some housework or something... now would be a good time to clean up the dishes and get your olive oil ready... make sure the tv is on and the cat has been let out to pee..." Overcomplicating the flush just adds a bit of stress. Keep it simple IMO. :)
Ok great Mr. Cooties-
I am definately going to do the liver flush. It's something I've never done however, I've heard so many times that it can possibly make a difference. I guess it won't hurt to do it anyway. :-)