Friday, December 18, 2009

Gallbladder cleanse protocol

Here’s how you do it:

First, read all the instructions carefully before beginning. Never cleanse when you are ill. Choose a day before your day off for the cleanse, so you will be able to rest the next day. On that day, take no vitamins, herbs, or medicines that you can do without.

What you will need:

• 4 tablespoons of Epsom salts
• 1/2 cup of light olive oil
• 2/3 cup of fresh grapefruit juice (preferably pink)
• 4-8 ornithine capsules 500 mg (you can get this from any health food store)
• 1 large plastic straw
• 1 pint jar (with lid)
• 1 measuring cup
• Vitamin C powder and lemonade (optional)

The day you take the cleanse, eat a no-fat breakfast and lunch, such as cooked cereal with fruit, fruit juice, bread and preserves or honey, a baked potato or other vegetables. No spices besides salt. No butter, eggs, meat, or dairy.

At 2:00 p.m.: Do not eat or drink after 2:00 p.m. Mix the Epsom salts in three cups of water and pour this into a glass. Set the glass in the refrigerator.

At 6:00 p.m.: Drink 3/4 cup of the chilled Epsom salt mixture. You may add 1/8 tsp of vitamin C powder to improve the taste. You may also drink a few mouthfuls of water afterward to rinse your mouth.

At 8:00 p.m.: Drink another 3/4 cup of the Epsom salt mixture. The timing is somewhat critical for success. Don’t be more than 10 minutes early or late.

At 9:45 p.m.: Pour 1/2 cup of the olive oil into the pint jar. Squeeze the grapefruit juice by hand into a measuring cup, being sure to have at least 1/2 to 3/4 cup. Remove the pulp and add this to the olive oil. You may top it off with the lemonade. Close the jar tightly with the lid, and shake hard until watery (only fresh grapefruit juice does this). Prepare for bed.

At 10:00 p.m.: Drink the olive oil/juice cocktail you have just mixed. Take four of the ornithine capsules with the first few sips to make sure you will sleep through the night. Take all eight if you already have insomnia. Drinking through a large plastic straw helps it go down easier. You may use catsup, cinnamon, or brown sugar to chase it down between sips. Get it down within five minutes (15 minutes for very elderly or weak persons).

Lie Down Immediately: You may fail to get stones out if you don’t. The sooner you lie down, the more stones you will get out. Be ready for bed ahead of time. Don’t waste any time by cleaning up the jar, etc. As soon as the drink is down, lie down in bed on your back with your head up high on a pillow. Try to keep still for at least 20 minutes. As your gallbladder passes the stones, you may feel the sensation, but there will be no pain thanks to the Epsom salts. Go to sleep right away. You may fail to pass the stones if you don’t.

Next Morning: Upon awakening (but not before 6:00 a.m.), get up and take another 3/4 cup of the Epsom salt mixture. If you have indigestion or nausea, wait until it is gone before drinking the Epsom salts. You may go back to bed if you wish.

2 Hours Later: Take your fourth and last 3/4 cup of Epsom salts. You may go back to bed.

2 Hours Later: You may now eat! Start with fruit juice. Half an hour later eat some fruit. One hour later, you may eat regular food, but keep it light. By supper, you should feel fully recovered.

Expect diarrhea in the morning. Use a flashlight to look for gallstones in the toilet. Look for the green kind. These are genuine gallstones, and not just food residue. Gallstones float on water. You may also see “chaff stones” floating on the water. These are cholesterol crystals that have not yet had the time to form stones. If needed, you may repeat this cleanse at two-week intervals.

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