I think it's quite important you get all the recommended doses of Epsom Salts
, especially if you say you feel that stones are stuck. ES will help relax the colon so stones can pass out more easily. If you skip any doses the stones may remain lodged somewhere in the colon or still in the liver, passing toxins into the body.
With the rectal burning, I'm quite fortunate that I've never had any discomfort doing liver flushes, but I can understand how the frequent bowel movements can make things a bit sensitive down there. Soak in a bath filled with 1/2 to 1 lb of Epsom Salts
and as well as helping draw toxins out of the skin, soaking in the water should help relieve some of the soreness. Apply a little nappy-rash cream such as sudocrem to the area and this should also soothe the skin. I don't know for sure but I imagine sticking to a very basic diet in the days leading up to the flush and drinking plenty of water should help reduce burning as there won't be any irritants passing out.
Regarding the ACV, is it diluted with water first? I just read somewhere about its damaging effect on tooth enamel so be careful to dilute it or drink through a straw to bypass the teeth and prevent decay. I know preparing for a flush by way of drinking apple juice and such beforehand is said to soften stones and help them pass out more easily, but I've never done this and seem to be having pleasing results anyway. I do drink loads of water and home-made juices though and stick to a fairly clean diet.
It is also highly recommended to do some sort of Bowel Cleanse
after the Liver Flush
to remove any toxins left in the gut. I'm having a colonic
done tomorrow (first one so very nervous!) and of the 7 flushes I've done previously I've never done any sort of Bowel Cleanse
afterwards so will be interested to see if it produces any new results. Enemas only clean out the last 10" or so of the gut which may not reach toxins lodged further up, but if you feel comfortable to do one yourself then I'm sure it can only bring benefits to your health.