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Re: advise stones after flush..
kriek Views: 958
Published: 18 years ago
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Re: advise stones after flush..

I think the lack of solid food on the day of your Liver Flush may be one of your problems of not passing any stones. If you follow Dr. Clark's procedure for liver flush, it calls for a no-fat breakfast and a no-fat lunch plus no food after 2 p.m. There is a reason for taking the food, which is to build up bile pressure in the gallbladder. When you ingest the olive oil at 10 p.m., the strong contraction of the gallbladder helps to propel the bile, sludge and stones into the small intestines for elimination. It is very important to follow the timeline of Dr. Clark's procedure of Epsom Salt water at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The olive oil with grapefruit or lemon juice at 10 p.m. Then 2 doses of Epsom Salt water again the next morning. Epsom Salt helps at least in two way. It serves to relax the bile ducts so the stones can pass more easily. It also serves to clear the digestive tract from the small intestines down through the colon. The clearer your digestive tract, the more stones will pass. I personally find it very helpful to have a water enema with baking soda and salt at about 4 p.m. on the day of the flush to further help clear out the colon. The apple juice you take is good because the pectin and malic acid help soften and flatten the stones. Maybe tomorrow you can try a no-fat breakfast and a no-fat lunch or just one meal (fruits and salad, for example) and follow Dr. Clark's procedure and timeline at night and see if that would help you to pass some stones. Happy flushing.

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