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Re: What if salt flush doesn't produce a bowel movement?
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: What if salt flush doesn't produce a bowel movement?

There are other people, including myself, who have gone through the same questions.
It could be many different things. If it doesn't work, don't worry about it and don't try it again for that day. Just wait for the next day. Who knows, maybe the body needed that extra salt? After all, you are drinking a lot of water/juice.

I've had the same problems with the Salt Water Flush (SWF).

What I've done is experimented around with the amount of salt. The book calls for 2 teaspoons of salt for 1 liter of water. This was producing the same results on me that you are describing... it didn't always happen.

So now I've gone up to 3 teaspoons of salt for one liter of water, and that seems to work just fine.

Some of the other things I do to ensure it passes through:
-I make my 90oz of lemon juice drink right after drinking the SWF. This keeps me standing up.
-I don't lie down. I think this keeps gravity from pulling the SWF (Salt-Water-Flush) through the system?

Usually I am done in an hour or two.

I still wonder if some of the water is being absorbed into my system and what other things I can do to ensure the SWF (Salt-Water-Flush) moves through. Some other thoughts are:

-The time of day it is taken. Early morning may work better?
-How hydrated I am. Drinking more water during the day with the lemon drink?

Post back to this thread when you get it working.

Good Luck!

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