I also use Oxypowder
for three days prior and after a liver flush. I take it at night for the three nights preceding the day of the Liver Flush
to be sure that the pathway is clean when those stones come out. I don't take any the night of the flush because I'm taking the Epsom Salts
as part of the flush protocol. I then take Oxypowder
each night afterwards until I see no more stones coming out, which usually takes three days on my system. The Oxypowder
is less dehydrating for me. I usually do the Liver Flush
on a Saturday night and usually don't have time to do enemas during the workweek. I don't want to wait a week to flush out all the stones.
Having the right equipment does make a big difference in making an enema simpler and easier to perform. I was found it awkward with the rubber bags and short nozzles as sold in most drug stores. Check out the stainless steel enema bucket setup at this site:
The thinner,longer catheter makes it easier to take an enema. You can release the solution higher into the colon, which means you are less likely to trigger an evacuation response as the liquid goes in.