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17 July, 2008

How To-44: "How to Use a Liver Cleanse"

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"90% of diseases are due to improper functioning of the colon."
Dr. John Harvey Kellogg said this more than a century ago, and ordinary people around the world are discovering the truth in what he said every single day. On this page I'll tell you how to do a typical liver cleanse.


  1. Prepare for the cleanse by drinking fresh apple juice for 3 days. Meals should be small amounts of raw salad or unprocessed fruit. The apple juice will help to flatten any gall stones that you may pass after the cleanse.
  2. Buy the liver cleanse ingredients. You'll need Epsom Salts (4 tablespoons mixed in 4 cups of water), Olive Oil, Fresh Grapefruit juice and Lemon juice, and perhaps some sleep aids if you are a light sleeper.
  3. Do the cleanse. Choose a Saturday if possible so that you have Sunday for recovery! Here is the routine you should follow:
    1. At 6pm, drink 1 cup of the Epsom Salt water. Repeat at 8pm.
    2. At 10pm, mix the fruit juices with one cup of olive oil. Drink it, go to bed and get a good sleep while the cleanse does its work!
    3. At 7am the next morning, drink 1 cup of the Epsom Salt water. Repeat at 9am and finish the mixture.
    4. Eat only light fruits and vegetables for the rest of the day, with lots of water. Your liver should be clean and emptied of gall stones and by the evening you should feel great!


  • Take a sleep aid - some light sleepers have problems dozing off during the cleanse.
  • Lie down immediately after drinking the olive oil and fruit juice - being horizontal gets the mixture into your liver and gall bladder faster.


  • Try to do the cleanse on Saturday, you will be in no shape for work the next day!

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