Would it work to take #2 in the evening at bedtime instead of the five-day intense cleanse? Nope...in fact, absolutely not! The formula works due it's constantly repeated "sticking on & pulling off" and keeping a stable level in the digestive tract consistently. Taking it only at night is both an ineffective 'waste of product' and a good way to end up with clogs or difficulties.
Also, if you'll read Schulzes teachings (not what he indicates currently that supports the pricing of his very pricey products) you will quickly learn that 5 days worth of colon cleansing is about as effective for deeply cleansing and restoring the colon as doing a liver flush with a tablespoon of olive oil. It's not NEARLY enough. 30 days of cleansing for starters with 5-10 maintenance cleansing 4x yearly is enough for most...but if someone has been compromised for decades, they need more. Many people don't see any kind of mucoid plaque until thev've cleansed for several weeks or more (we can't expect DECADES worth of rubbery build-up to loosen and be removed in a few days).
5 days worth is certainly better than nothing, and will eliminate some of the pressure from the transverse colon to the liver. (See the picture below - which is MUCH more realistic than most). Most people don't realize that one of the most common complications of gallbladder removal surgery is when the gallbladder has become somehow 'attached' to the transverse colon. The transverse colon (even when it's a normal size) constantly puts pressure on the liver, but in most people it's full of several meals worth of food instead of just 'one meals worth' (not to mention the build-up of gas & debris) and the resulting engorgement can be pressing and squishing the biliary network for decades, ultimately causing all kinds of liver, colon and overall health issues. Just IMAGINE how compromised the liver could be if the transverse colon was engorged enough to press constantly on the gallbladder! (And the gallbladder can be different locations for many people - so the the colon can squish/constrict the gallbladder even when it's not overly engorged).
Oh yes, there IS a good reason that the 'order of cleansing' is COLON FIRST!!! (and why we need to cleanse it thoroughly).
There's no reason at all that you can't do 30 days worth of IF#1/IF#2 while liver flushing (all of Dr. Schulzes patients on his Incurables Program did liver/kidney cleansing while doing the IF#1/IF#2...sometimes for several months). When I'm doing IF#2, I usually don't take any the day of the flush (because I don't want to sift through the fiber/debris to find what was released in the liver flush). Of course, the retail cost can be a reason for not cleansing adequately (which is but one of the reasons my hubby and I make the same products and offer them much cheaper...so that others can afford to do what they need to do to heal themselves). I don't care where people get their products, but I do care a lot that folks are doing "less than they need" because they can't afford to do what they need. And it's SO sad (and frustrating) to constantly see people saying things like "well, I did a colon cleanse with IF#1/IF#2 and it didn't work"...when all they really did was a tiny fraction of a colon cleanse.
Maybe you didn't see/click on this before, but the answers to a LOT of IF#1/IF#2 and colon cleansing are right here.Here's a lot of great information about using IF#1 & IF#2 for colon cleansing and healing: http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=1614444Remember, it's KNOWLEDGE that is the key to achieving health...and if we're going to successfully be our own doctors, we have to take the time to amass a strong knowledge-base!
It's not likely I'll have much time to be answering more questions outside of my own forum (link in my original post), so if you'd like my thoughts on anything else - you know where to find me.