> 29th liver flush,
In the last 35 years I've done hundreds of liver flushes.
> only getting brown sand/puffy material out for the last several flushes. My symptoms arenít improving.
What seems to be the issue?
> I feel stuff (stones?) moving around my liver sometimes and each flush the spot between my shoulder blades gets sore. But still no stones just brown fluffy powder. Itís discouraging because I get so nauseas and I know thatís due to toxins in the liver being released but then no stones just brown fluffy stuff. It all sinks to the bottom of the bowl. I flush every 2 weeks and have tried chanca piedra and Pulverex but neither seems to help.
> Advice wanted.
Your only real symptom is nausea... but you shouldn't feel nauseous, unless you're doing something wrong.
HINT #1: Your food intake does count. You cannot eat and drink whatever you want in the 5 days before the flush, and in the 24 hours window right before the flush. You will succeed, if you don't overeat. Yes, you need to eat less in the five days before the flush. And no, you can't eat constipating foods during those five days.
> I know somethings pressuring inside my liver, I feel it now but each flush it builds up only to result in no stones, but this just feels never ending. I used to get big green stones every other flush
> Advice wanted.
You sound disappointed, disorganized and dejected, so let's go back a year or two. When was the last time you were able to get those big green stones? What were the steps you were following at that time? Can you recall the protocol? Chances are you do not remember, or you have not been keeping very good records.
HINT #2: You will succeed, if you keep good records. Because, without records, you won't be able to tell what it is that you're doing wrong.
> Advice wanted.
HINT #3: Pretend you're a beginner... don't take any liberties... don't deviate from the protocol... everything counts... it is way too easy to screw up the protocol. You will succeed, if you stick with the basics, such as the Clark protocol.
HINT #4: You will succeed, if you don't try to reinvent the wheel... if you don't try to follow the advice of those who are more sophisticated, like Moritz.
HINT #5: You will succeed, if you complete the kidney cleanse
before the liver flush. However, you're not supposed to continue doing it while you're doing the liver flush... so stop taking Chanca Piedra.
HINT #6: You will succeed, if you complete the parasite
cleanse before the liver flush. However, you're not supposed to continue doing it while you're doing the liver flush.
HINT #7: There is no need to drink apple juice; and there is no need to substitute the fresh pink grapefruit for an orange and lemon.
HINT #8: You will succeed, even if you don't take all the stuff that Clark recommends; for example the Ornithine caps, the large plastic straw, and a pint jar with lid. However, just stick with the Clark protocol.
HINT #9: You will succeed, even if you don't go to sleep right away. However, just stick with the Clark protocol.
HINT #10: Clark says you will succeed, if you don't take any medicines, vitamins and supplements in the 24 hours right before the flush... so do what she says and don't take anything. You will succeed, if you stick with the protocol because seemingly small things can make big differences.
I hope this helps.