Re: safety measures in worst case scenerio of doing liver flush
I searched out this forum because I wanted to find persons who believe, as I do, in the value of liver flushes. I was hit by a car two and a half years ago. Since then I have suffered with "undiagnosed" pancreatitis. Because my injuries from the accident were so severe (amputation, paralysis, nicked spleen), it took me about ten months to figure out that my backpain was pancreatitis.
I could write a post a mile long on the pain and frustration that I've suffered, but I won't for now...because what has brought me here is really just the desire to "connect" with other people who are in awe of this wonderful, life-saving process called a liver flush. I had done Liver Flushes
from time to time before the car hit me. And, I did a couple of Liver Flushes
after my accident, but I was in nursing homes at the time, and the personnel were not at all supportive. (It was a total nightmare...they wanted to give me "Immodium"!) Now I am home. I did two more liver flushes...not even well done...but I seem to have gotten my life back from the fiendish nightmare of pancreatitis! I ate pecans day-before-yesterday with no attack. I ate full fat yogurt yesterday with no attack. And I ate beef stew today with no attack. These were items that would have put me in out-of-my-mind-agony before doing those last two flushes. Yet now as I sit here, I can gently push on my upper digestive tract without pain. It is soft and yields when I push on it, not hard and swollen. I will do more flushes...probably another in a few days.
Yes, I've come here to share my story with people who know what a 'liver flush' is. But more than sharing my story...I want to ask, "Why can no one 'get through' to the people who are suffering the agony of pancreatitis with the information they need?" The end to their suffering might be only days away...in the form of a liver flush. Is it possible that (1) they are too sick and in too much pain to think it through themselves, and (2) there is no practitioner of alternative medicine able to take the legal risk of assisting them?
When you read forums of pancreatitis sufferers, there is no presence of anyone suggesting that sufferers do 'liver flushes'. It's all about tests, diagnoses, stints, removing gallbladders, extreme diets, painkillers, anti-spasmotics, ...even removing the pancreas entirely and transplanting some pancreatic islet cells over into the liver. Is there no practitioner of alternative medicine or medical doctor 'out there' to whom we can refer these sick and suffering people?