Natural Liver Cleanse and Detoxification

Well, I finally did it.  I finished my first natural liver cleanse.  If you want to
hear the good, the bad, and the ugly – here it is.

Maybe you are wondering, what is a natural liver cleanse?  Very simply, a
natural liver cleanse is a way to flush gallstones and debris out of your liver
and gallbladder.

And, it’s called a
natural liver cleanse because there are no drugs or
pharmaceuticals involved.  Only Epsom salt, lemon juice, grapefruit juice
and olive oil.  All natural and it only cost about $10.

I’m not sure who originated the natural liver cleanse but I think the credit
goes to Dr. Hulda Clark.  But, whoever originated it, you can find the
details of the natural liver cleanse all over the internet.  Here’s one link:

How Did It Go?  

The good news is that my first natural liver cleanse was not too bad.  If
you have never tasted Epsom salt, it’s a little nasty.  Be sure to mix some
lemon juice with it to improve the taste.  It
really helps.

Also, chug it down fast and quickly follow up with a mouthful of fresh
water.  Follow these tips and it’s not that bad.

Then comes the olive oil mixed with grapefruit juice.  They really mix well
but they separate quickly.  So, shake well and chug it down fast.  The
mixture (after shaking) looks like an orange drink.

It’s a little harder to get down than the Epsom salt but still not too bad.  
It has an oily feel to it which is not so nice.  But, the flavor is bearable.  
I actually don’t like the taste of either grapefruit juice or straight oil but
the combination improved both flavors.

What Comes Out Of This?

So, the big question is – how was the aftermath of my first natural liver
cleanse?  Well, I slept good all through the night and I did fine with the
Epsom salt the next morning.  My stomach was churning a little but no
really bad discomfort.

The bathroom experiences over the next 24 hours were a mix of good and
bad.  There was some diarrhea but that’s expected and part of the process.

The really good news was that there was
no cramping at all and very little
discomfort. I think that’s why the Epsom salts are part of the natural liver
cleanse.  They not only open the bile ducts but also make the whole
process easier.

Would I Do It Again?

I guess that’s the real bottom line.  Was it beneficial enough that I would
ever do it again?  Or, was it so horrible that I would never consider doing it
another time?

I’m happy to report that I not only would do it again, but I definitely plan
to do it multiple times.

Don’t get me wrong – it’s not what I call fun.  But, it was painless enough
that the benefit is well worth the effort.

Also, I don’t think I passed too many stones the first time.  Maybe there is
nothing to pass.  But, if you read the instructions, it’s common to require
multiple cleanses to get the full benefits.  

So, two weeks from now, I’m doing it all over again.  I’ll keep you posted
on my second and subsequent natural liver cleanses.

I give it a thumbs up and recommend that you give the natural liver cleanse
a try.  

Also, for longer term maintenance, read
The Liver Cleansing Diet by Dr.
Sandra Cabot.  Once your liver is purged of gallstones, her diet can help
keep your liver healthy.  She calls the liver the
“supreme organ of
. Liver health is vital to your overall health.  Give her book a

Here’s to your liver health.  Cheers!

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