The liver is the second largest organ (after skin) in the body, weighing nearly two kgs in an adult. The size of the liver corresponds with the size of the human body.
The liver is situated in the upper abdomen on the right side, beneath (and loosely attached to) the diaphragm. It is nearly 21-22 cm across at its widest point, 15-17 cm at its greatest vertical height and 10-12 cm across front and back. The liver is composed of soft, red brown tissues, divided into lobes and enclosed by a tough fibrous capsule.
The liver has an intricate and complex system of blood vessels. If we were to build a factory to perform all chemical functions that a man’s liver could perform, it would spread over a few acres. The circulatory system of the liver is unlike that of any other organ. It receives 25% blood supply from the hepatic artery. The major portion of 75% is received from the portal vein. This blood contains the final products of digestion.
All of the venous blood, returning from the pancreas, stomach, small intestine and spleen, converges into the portal vein. The liver gets first pickings of everything absorbed in the small intestine, where all nutrients are re-absorbed. So, it is the liver’s job to process all food that your intestines absorb. Apart from the above, the liver also performs the following important functions:
The gallbladder acts as a storage reservoir for bile in concentrated form and is attached to the common bile duct.
The pear shaped gallbladder stores bile, which is released into the small intestine in optimum quantities, as and when needed. Eating fat or protein triggers the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty after about twenty minutes and the stored bile travels down the common bile duct to the intestines.
Without your gallbladder (when it is removed by surgery for instance) the liver will still produce bile, but since the bile Gallbladder can no longer be stored, it is directly released into the intestine. This may result in indigestion of fat. Bile is designed to remove toxins, fat and sludge from the liver and flush out fatty and calcified deposits called gallstones. The longer the bile remains in the gallbladder, the thicker this bitter greenish liquid becomes and the greater the likelihood of stone formation. These stones are also formed when too little bile is produced. They, in turn, decrease the ability of the liver to make bile, and as a result, less cholesterol and toxins are removed from the body.
Our body is a wonderful system. It even uses worn out blood cells. The spleen breaks down haemoglobin in the worn out red blood cells into bile salts and other substances. Bile salts are safe for the body in normal amounts. The liver removes excess bile salts and wastes, and sends them to the gallbladder for storage, from where they are released into the small intestine for digestion.
Stones can form anywhere in the body, where there is a liquid containing mineral salts that can be crystallised, and where the fluid is held for a while in a hollow organ, such as the gallbladder. The stones may be large or small and may grow together causing extra large stones. Small stones are often excreted along with the bile and eliminated with no problem. Larger ones, however, can get lodged in the ducts, causing gallstone colic, one of the most painful illnesses. At other times, gallstones may be silent, and may not cause any pain or symptoms. In autopsies, examiners often find gallbladders full of gallstones.
Often, a gallstone is not a true stone. They are rather rubbery and soft. Most gallstones float. Only a few sink. They are mostly green. The size varies from that of rice grains to golf balls. Even large gallstones slip out easily through the anus. Pathological analysis of a stone sample after a Liver Cleanse was found to be 91% cholesterol and 9% bile salts, water and inert ingredients.
In many people, including children, the biliary tubes are choked with gallstones. Some people develop allergies or hives, but others exhibit no symptoms. When the gallbladder is scanned or X-rayed, nothing is visible. Typically, gallstones are not only in the gallbladder, but also in the bile duct and liver. More ever, most are too small and not calcified, a prerequisite for visibility in an ultrasound.
Even after surgical removal of the gallbladder, a little pocket remains where stones can accumulate. The Liver Cleanse will flush out the area and expel gallstones that may have formed post surgery.
You can survive without a gallbladder, but you are more prone to developing certain health problems. A gallbladder performs several important roles, such as fat digestion and absorption, removal of cholesterol and other toxins from the body. When a gallbladder is removed, a new pathway for the bile is created. The trouble with this new pathway is that the bile irritates the pancreas. When a cell gets irritated, it performs its function irrationally. In this case, the pancreas cannot produce insulin normally. This may lead to diabetes.
You are at a greater risk of developing a fatty liver, experiencing indigestion and developing deficiencies of essential fatty acids and fat soluble nutrients. Your liver continues to manufacture bile, but there is no longer a place to store or concentrate it. Therefore, the bile slowly trickles into the intestines.
Not digesting fat well means that you will not be able to digest essential fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6 fats. It also means you’ll have a hard time absorbing fat soluble vitamins, such as vitamins D, E, A and K. A lot of antioxidants in vegetables are fat soluble, such as lycopene, lutein and carotenoids. If you don’t produce enough bile, you will not be able to adequately absorb these lifesaving compounds from food. If you take any of the above mentioned nutrients in a supplement form, then without sufficient bile, you will not absorb them well.
Cleansing the liver dramatically improves digestion, which is the basis of your complete health. You can expect your allergies to be reduced by upto 40%, immediately after the first cleanse. The benefits increase with each subsequent cleanse, wherein you will notice a reduction in the frequency and intensity of the allergy. A Liver Cleanse also ensures a heart attack free life for at least six months following the cleanse, by removing cholesterol and fat deposited in the arteries and blood.
Incredibly, it also eliminates shoulder, upper arm and upper back pain, along with many other ailments. You will have more energy and an increased sense of well-being.
I suggest everyone to do a Liver Cleanse as soon as possible. Within 18 hours of this painless process, anyone can confirm that this Cleansing Therapy is very powerful.
|2:00pm Start the process||Keep your epsom salt ready. Mix 80 gms (20 gms X 4 sachets = 80 gms) of epsom salt (individual needs may vary) in 800 ml of water. This makes four servings of 200 ml each. Keep the jar in a refrigerator to cool the liquid (for convenience and taste).|
|6:00pm Dose #1||Drink one glass of the mixture. If you did not prepare this ahead of time, mix a single sachet (20 gms) of epsom salt in one glass of cold water. You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterward.|
|8:00pm Dose #2||Repeat the procedure by drinking another glass of epsom salt mixture. Visit the bathroom, if needed.|
|9:45pm Prepare medicine||Pour 175 ml of extra virgin olive oil into a glass. Prepare juice of orange or sweet lime, or get a tetra pack. You should have 175 ml of juice. Add this to the extra virgin olive oil. Mix the contents in a mixer/whipper for 10 seconds. The medicine is now ready.|
|10:00pm Dose #3||Drink the medicine (mixture of oil + juice). Lie down quickly on your right side for 30 minutes, with your head up high on the pillow. The liver is on the right side. This way, more pressure is created on the bile ducts to push out stones. You may feel a train of stones travelling along the bile ducts, like marbles. You will not experience any pain because epsom salt has dilated the bile duct. After 30 minutes, you may sleep on any side that suits you.|
|6:00am (next day morning) Dose #4||Have the third dose of epsom salt. If you experience diarrhoea or nausea, take the dose after going to the bathroom once.|
|8:00am Dose #5||After Dose 4, wait for two hours and take a second dose of the extra virgin olive oil and fruit juice mixture (75 ml + 75 ml) and go back to bed, the same way as the previous night.|
|10:00am Dose #6||Have the fourth and final dose of epsom salt.|
|11:00am Course Ends||You may start eating. The diarrhoea will come to an end any time now. Start with fruit juices because the digestive system is weak due to diarrhoea. You can eat fruits or light food after half an hour. By dinner time, you should feel recovered from the effects of epsom salt. You may eat regular food, but keep it light.|
|S.No.||Body Weight||Extra Virgin||Epsom|
|Total||First Dose||2nd Dose||Total||Per Dose|
|1||70kgs and above||250ml||175 ml||75 ml||80 g||20 g|
|2||55 - 70 kg||175 ml||125 ml||50 ml||60 g||15 g|
|3||55kgs and below||150ml||100 ml||50 ml||50 g||12 g|
Loose motions may start any time after the first dose of epsom salt, due to the dilating action of the salt. However, stones come out only after taking the third/fourth dose of epsom salt. They may continue until 2-4 pm.
During diarrhoea, the body loses some essential mineral and nutrients. As a result, it takes some time to recover the lost nutrients. Hence, we need a gap of at least two weeks between two Liver Cleanses. Repeat the Liver Cleanse until all the stones are removed. Afterwards, it is sufficient to do it once in six months. If possible, use a European toilet, so that you can see the stones float. In Indian toilets, they will be washed away. If you are using an Indian toilet, use a strainer or a net to collect stones, otherwise you will not believe that all this was inside you.
This procedure contradicts many traditional medical viewpoints. Gallstones are thought to be formed in the gallbladder, not the liver. They are not linked to pains, other than that of gallbladder attacks. They are thought to be few, not thousands. It is easy to understand why this thought is prevalent. Only when you have acute pain attacks, some stones in the gallbladder, big enough and sufficiently calcified, can be seen on an X-ray or radiography, bringing down their numbers.
When the gallbladder is removed, the acute pain attacks subside, but bursitis, other pains and digestive problems remain. People who have had their gallbladder removed surgically still get plenty of green, bile coated stones and anyone who dissects these stones can see that the concentric circles and crystals of cholesterol exactly match textbook pictures of gallstones. Such gallstones are from bile ducts. Sometimes, the bile ducts are full of cholesterol crystals that did not turn into round stones. They appear as chaff, floating on the toilet bowl water. They may be tan coloured, harbouring hundreds of tiny white crystals. Cleansing this chaff is just as important as purging the stones.
Allergies and asthma are due to a disabled liver and extreme allergies are due to an extremely disabled liver. Allergies occur when a persons immune system reacts to substances in the environment that are harmless for most people. This is the case with Asthma patient using a pump people suffering from allergies from lacquer on floors, wall paints, plastic chairs, flowers and dust mites.
Food has natural chemicals that need detoxification. Different parts of the liver have different detoxifying jobs. One part detoxifies plastics and solvents, the other detoxifies perfumes, another detoxifies newsprint ink and so on. By constantly changing our food, we avoid overburdening any one of our detoxifying mechanisms. This is probably the basis for eating different food items in every meal in a day. We somehow know when we are ready for the same food again.
Anything that gets lodged in the bile duct obstructs the flow of bile. This causes pressure in that part of the liver and it produces less bile. The bile duct system is like a gigantic tree with a lot of interconnecting branches. When one is obstructed, others take over its job. However, when a whole section of the liver gets obstructed and cannot detoxify the chemicals, they cause allergy. An individual with an allergy problem of extreme levels needs to take one tablet of citrizine and/or any other anti-allergic drug. With the first Liver Cleanse, 40% of your problems will be relieved. The intensity and severity of the problems will also reduce by 40%. Thereafter, you will need the medicine only on alternate days. After the second cleanse, you will need one tablet every third day. After the third cleanse, you will need half a tablet every third day. In most cases, the requirement of anti-allergic tablets is almost zero after the fourth Liver Cleanse (results may vary slightly from person to person). If, even after the fourth cleanse, 10% of the problem persists, then the patient should do a Parasite Cleanse using Clarkia tincture, zapper, pulser and colloidal silver followed by a fifth Liver Cleanse. After five proper liver cleanses, not only will the allergy problem go away, but the patient will feel significantly better.
Asthma patients will find a lot of relief as well. They can endure indoor air again, sit on plastic chairs, read newspapers, eat seafood, breathe in polluted air, wear nylon or woollen clothing and leather shoes without any adverse reaction. This sounds unbelievable, but is true.
Yes. Even if you can do just one Liver Cleanse, then your opinion about the efficacy of this cleanse to reduce or even remove your problems will change. With each subsequent cleanse you will improve further.
Liver Cleanse can help with several problems like: