Why Epsom Salt as a cleanse after the gallbladder and liver flush?
According to the late Dr. Hulda Clark , the world renowned scientist, independent researcher, master herbalist and best-selling author findings, after the flush, which is ingesting the oil/citrus potion, gallstones are released as a by product. The oil and citrus potion prompts the liver to produce more bile to pressure the gallstones and dead parasites to be expelled from the gallbladder and liver.
Tips on Epsom Salt.
After taking the oil and lime potion, wait at least two hours and take the Epsom salt drink. The recommended dose for adults is 2 - 3 tablespoons of Epsom salt in 1/2 cup luck warm water. Add the Epsom salt in warm water and stir until the salt is dissolved completely. It's always good to prepare the Epsom salt drink ahead.
I suggest replacing the water with sweat juices, preferably freshly squeezed apple juice. Using a straw to sip the Epsom salt drink is also easy on the pallet. Make sure you follow this process carefully and drink lots of plain water or freshly squeezed juice, which helps in reducing dehydration and expelling salt water effectively.
The duration of the wait from taking the Epsom salt to running to the bath room will also varying from person to person. For some it happens in a couple of hours and for others it might take longer but in any way it will happen.
What to Expect?
You will likely pass small green and yellow balls pea size or much larger or gravels gall stones floating on the toilet. Be sure to note their size and number. Some may be different colors.
As you repeat the flush - in a few weeks or a few months later, the number and size of those small or large balls like shapes gall stones should decrease considerably.
This procedure can be quite exhausting so plan on spending a quiet day at home.
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