Liver and Gall Bladder Detoxification

The liver is the main organ responsible for distributing and maintaining the body’s “fuel” supply. Furthermore, its activities include the breaking down of complex chemicals and the synthesis of protein molecules. The liver acts as a cleansing and filtration device; it also deactivates hormones, alcohol, and medicinal drugs. Its task is to modify these biologically active substances so that they lose their potentially harmful effects — a process known as detoxification. Specialized cells in the liver’s blood vessels (Kupffer cells) mop up harmful elements and infectious organisms reaching the liver from the gut. The liver excretes the waste materials resulting from these actions via its bile duct network.

A healthy liver receives and filters 3 pints of blood per minute and produces 1 to 1.5 quarts of bile every day. This ensures that all the activities in the liver and in the rest of the body run smoothly and efficiently. Obstructive stones consisting of hardened bile (termed “intrahepatic gallstones” by Johns Hopkins University) greatly undermine the liver’s ability to detoxify any externally supplied and internally generated harmful substances in the blood. These stones also prevent the liver from delivering the proper amounts of nutrients and energy to the right places in the body at the right time. This upsets the delicate balance in the body, known as “homeostasis,” thus leading to disruption of its systems and undue stress on its organs.

A clear example for such a disturbed balance is an increased concentration of the endocrine hormones estrogen and aldosterone in the blood. These hormones, produced in both men and women, are responsible for the correct amount of salt and water retention. When stones congest the gallbladder and the liver’s bile ducts, these hormones may not be broken down and detoxified sufficiently. Hence, their concentration in the blood rises to abnormal levels, causing tissue swelling and water retention. Most oncologists consider elevated estrogen levels to be the leading cause of breast cancer among women. In men, high levels of this hormone can lead to excessive development of breast tissue and weight gain.

Over 60 percent of the American population is overweight or obese. Men, women, and children in this condition suffer mainly from fluid retention (with relatively minor fat accumulation). The retained fluids help trap and neutralize noxious substances that the liver can no longer remove from the body. This helps the overweight or obese person to survive a major, possibly fatal, toxicity crisis such as a heart attack, septic poisoning, or massive infection. The side effect of fluid retention in the tissues, however, is that it causes these toxins and other harmful waste matter (metabolic waste and dead cell material) to accumulate in various parts of the body and further congest the pathways of circulation and elimination. Wherever in the body the storage capacity for toxins and waste is exceeded, symptoms of illness begin to occur.

Cleansing the liver and gallbladder from all accumulated stones helps to restore homeostasis, balances weight, and sets the precondition for the body to heal itself. The liver flush is also one of the best precautionary measures you can take to protect yourself against nearly every kind of illness, known or unknown.

You can often expect dramatic results even from the first cleanse. The morning after, you will have bowel movements mixed with food particles and floating green and tan colored stones in all shapes and sizes. The ones that float contain cholesterol and the ones that sink contain heavier toxic metals.


How to do The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush


  •  Apple Juice (enough to drink 24oz a day for 6 days in a row).
  • Epsom salts
  • 2 grapefuits or oranges
  • Olive Oil

Note: Due to the high-sugar content of apple juice, you can instead drink Malic Acid powder mixed with water. This supplement softens the stones in the liver and gallbladder without the complications of apple juice.

Ways/Methods of Liver/Gall Bladder Stone Flush

Days 1-6:

– Drink 24oz apple juice for 6 days.  The malic acid in the apple soften liver & gallstones.

Note: (No coffee, tea, soda, alcohol, sugar, animal products (this means flesh and fluids), flour, fried foods, heavy nuts, and smoking. It is also best to avoid foods that are cold or have been chilled. (Cold or chilled foods or drinks chill the liver, thereby making cleansing more difficult.)

Day 5:

Do a colonic to clear the colon so the stones can flush out.

Day 6:

Have a very light breakfast.

2pm – light lunch

5pm – Make two separate concoctions:

1. 4 tablespoons of epsom salts + 24oz water (divided into 4 servings)

2. Juiced Grapefruit

6pm – Drink 1 serving of epsom salt water

8pm – Drink another

10pm – Mix 4oz grapefruit juice w 4oz olive oil and drink it.  Then lay down on bed with head elevated for 20 minutes.  You’ll feel the stones relaxing.  Vomit if you need to.  After 20 minutes; go to sleep.

Day 7:

6am – Drink the third mixture of salts.

8am – Drink the final serving of salts.

*By 10am you should be on the toilet.


Follow up with another enema to ensure stones don’t remain in your system.

Note: It may take up to 12 cleanses until you’re stone-free.

Eight years ago, I have done a Liver/Gall Bladder Flush. This is effective but I wonder if you can go on without food in four days. I got this from a magazine article by Miss Maricel Laxa. (Here’s how).


  •   4 gallons Apple Juice (natural & unsweetened)
  •   4 gallons Mineral/Alkaline/Distilled Water
  •   Virgin Olive Oil
  •    Lemon


  • Drink 1 gallon Apple juice and 1 gallon Water each day (for four days). You will not feel hunger because of the apple juice (but I’m not sure with regards to your food cravings).
  • On the fifth day continue the routine of drinking the apple juice & water, before going to bed – drink about ¼ cup of Virgin Olive Oil, Sip the lemon juice to avoid vomiting the Olive Oil.
  • Lie on your right side. About an hour or two you’ll feel the desire of going to the toilet.
  • Be sure it’s clean so you’ll see what have you just disposed. There should be no foul smell at all since you have not been having solid foods for four days.
  • You should see solid waste similar to stone or rock wrapped with a plastic like substance (this is the olive oil).


Gall Stones Flushed

Gall Stones Flushed


That’s It!  Enjoy A healthy and beautiful Life…

By Philippines, "The Beauty Within" by: Thelma S. Reyes Posted in Uncategorized

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