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Liver flush on a new moon day
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Published: 13 years ago

Liver flush on a new moon day

Hi all,

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.


Best luck,


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