My version of Hulda Clark's Liver & Gallbladder flush

 

Morning of the flush: (adjust the times according to the time you want to go to bed)

Eat no fat at all...only fruits & vegetables. (or just keep drinking your master-cleanse lemonade!)

Drink lots and lots of warm water so that you are well hydrated (the epsom salts dehydrate you)

4:00 pm
Stop eating any food or drinking any water.

8:00 pm
Mix 1 teaspoon of epsom salts in one cup of organic apple juice...stir and drink back quickly (nose plugged, too!)

10:00 pm
Mix 1 teaspoon of epsom salts in one cup of organic apple juice...stir and drink back quickly.

12:00 Midnight
Be totally ready for bed prior to 12:00....have your teeth brushed, pajamas on, book ready...be all set to hop into bed after you drink the drink down.

At some point earlier in the evening have 1/2 cup virgin cold-pressed olive oil already in a jar that has a lid.

In a seperate glass measuring cup have 3/4 cup of freshly squeezed pink grapefruit juice all ready to go.

At 12:00 pour the grapefruit juice into the olive oil jar and shake it up until it's totally frothy.
Drink it back quickly (I think it tastes delicious - at least the first few times it does!).
Immediately lie down...on your right side is good...but if you're more comfortable on your back, that is fine too.
Stay very still for at least 20 minutes before you change positions.
There will be a lot of gurgling in your stomach, but I didn't feel any nausea
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Go to sleep.


In the morning...
Sometime after 8am (whenever you wake up naturally, just not before 8am - if you adjust the time to suit your bedtime, just make sure that you take your 1st morning epsom salt drink 8 hours after your olive oil drink) take 1 tablespoon of epsom salts in one cup of organic apple juice.

You will probably have a bowel movement. The liver stones float...but you might not see any until your 2nd bowel movement that day (it depends!)...also, the stones could be trapped in the feces, so this is where a chopstick comes in handy! (ick!) Also, many people put an old collander into the toilet and go into that (it makes it easier)(actually...the collander is imperative for the liver flush...you can get out all sorts of strange stuff and the collander allows you to do this). You can have a range of 10 to hundreds of stones come out the first time. If you want to keep them to show them to your doctor you can freeze them. Everyone is different. Some people get out their biggest stones on the first flush....some people don't get big ones until their 3rd or 4th. Some people get out all their stones after 9 flushes...with some it takes up to 20 flushes.

Depending how you feel (if you have diarrea then don't take the 4th dose of epsom salts and water)...if your bowels aren't moving, you can take a 4th epsom salt/water drink. (1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon depending on how your bowels are)

*after following this regime the first time you can adjust the amounts of epsom salts to suit you. Everyone is different - some people like to take 1 tbsp of epsom in each glass....but others only need half that amount. The amounts I gave were less than the real recipe...but in my experience (and hearing others' stories), you don't need all that epsom salt.

You might feel a little weak after doing this flush. Diarrea does that to you. But after a few hours of eating and resting, you'll feel fine. You may drink some juice 15 minutes after you take your last epsom salts in the morning. Then move to fruits and solid food after that.

 


This flush is amazing! People with real gallstone problems can clean out their gallbladders by doing this flush every two weeks. For people that don't have gallstone problems, it is still a good idea to get all those stones out of there, as a preventative measure. Many people lose weight and get rid of allergies and a number of ailments by flushing all their stones out. The stones can range from 'chaff' floating crystally cholesterol that is clogging up the gallbladder but hasn't been made into a 'stone' yet...to teeny tiny stones...to pea-sized stones...to marbles! From what I've learned in the last two months, the colour of the stones can vary from person to person and flush to flush. Some are golden/tan coloured, some bright fresh pea green, others dark olive green, some black, some off-white. They vary in hardness as well. Some are very soft and fatty, some are harder and crustier with an emerald green inside that has a crystalline pattern...to a completely calcified stone. My friend gave her stones to her doctor and he declared them gallstones.  Many many people have been able to cancel their gallbladder surgery after completing a number of flushes every two weeks. (you have to wait two weeks so that the stones at the back have time to roll forward and take the place of the ones that left).

Here is a photo of what a cholesterol-stone looks like in the liver: Intrahepatic Liver Stones These golden stones look exactly like my first batch of stones! My 3rd and 4th flushes produced dark green stones. My 6th and 7th flushes produced no stones.

 

Added Information

This procedure contradicts many modern medical viewpoints. Gallstones are thought to be formed in the gallbladder, not the liver. They are though to be few, not thousands. They are not linked to pains other than gallbladder attacks. It is easy to understand why this thought: by the time you have acute pain attacks, some stones are in the gallbladder, are big enough and sufficiently calcified to see on X-ray, and have caused inflammation there. When the gallbladder is removed the acute attacks are gone, but the bursitis and other pains and digestive problems remain.

The truth is self-evident. People who have had their gallbladder removed surgically still get plenty of green, bile coated stones, and anyone who cares to dissect their stones can see that the concentric circles and crystals of cholesterol match textbook pictures of "gallstones" exactly.

Apparently, gallstones and 'intraheptic' liver stones are formed by stagnant bile. Insufficient water intake can cause stagnant bile as well as stress and fear.

People with chronic illnesses often have thousands of gallstones congesting the bile ducts of the liver. Some stones may have impacted the gall bladder as well. By removing the stones through a series of liver cleanses, and subsequently maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle, the liver and gall bladder will be able to restore their natural efficiency, and most symptoms of discomfort or disease in the body will begin to subside. Allergies will lessen or disappear, back pain will dissipate, and energy and well being will improve dramatically. Cleansing the liver bile ducts from gallstones is one of the most important and powerful procedures to improve your health.