Since the beginning of this year (Feb-2008), I have done 10+ Liver Flushes
so far by using standard pre-flush methods: taking GCG herbal tea regularly, exercise, eat a healthy diet, stress control, etc...
However, as I was trying to see a pattern in my log book, I see a 50/50 chance on my sucessful flushes compare to the non-sucessful ones, and they are usually scatter in a sequence. I usually have a good flush, the flow by 1 or 2 average flushes, then comes a good one again.
So what else could cause this trend? At first, I thought the unsucessful flushes were served as the "digger" for the next flush; but then I have read about Andrea Mortiz book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse, and he suggested to do Liver Flush
on a new moon day. I suddenly recalled that most of my previous unsuccessful flushes were done near a full moon day. I felt that I need to experiment with this.
Anyway, this pass weekend, since it was a new moon day, I purposely did another flush to see how it goes, and this time the result was good (I also did one one on Sept 15, which was a full moon day, and the result was poor, produce only 5 peanut-size stones).
So now I am guessing. I started to have this feeling that new moon day is a better choice for doing liver flush. Does anybody also believe this is the case? I just wish to get a second opinion from someone.
Below is the link to my stuff (graphical content!) and the useful website for checking moon phase, if anyone is interested to look at it.