I am doing my 21st Liver Flush
tonight. In the last 3-4 flushes, I had 2 watery bowel movements after drinking the Epsom Salt
at 6 PM and 8 PM, but before drinking the juice-oil mix at 10 PM. I also had a bowel movement or two an hour or two after drinking the mix. I am assuming this is the effect of the Epsom Salts
. The next day, after two more doses of epsom salt, I had 6-8 bowel movements.
Since these bowel movements on the evening of the flush were interfering with my sleep, and also because I was concerned if they may affect the flush, I reduced the Epsom Salt
dose from 1 tablespoon in 200 ml water, which is approximately what Andreas Moritz
recommends, to 3/4th of a tablespoon. Doing this reduced my bowel movements in the evening of the flush to only one, but it also gave me lesser bowel movements the next day - 4-6 instead of the usual 6-8.
Is it necessarily a problem for the flush if I have bowel movements on the evening of the flush itself, rather than only on the next morning? Logically, I don't see why this should be a problem, because the flush is focused on pushing out the stagnant bile and stones in the liver and gallbladder, while the bowel movement occurs in the colon.
If I reduce the Epsom Salt
dosage to 3/4th of a tablespoon each time - as some others on this forum seem to have done also - does that reduce the efficacy of the flush? I am concerned that this may be dilating the bile ducts less, and also that I may not expel all the stones if I only have 4-6 bowel movements the next day.
Some more information -
To clean my bowels, I take two enemas on the day of the flush, that is day 6, and two on day 8. I do not take any on day 7 because my bowels still seem sensitive to any stimulation and I don't feel I would be able to hold the enema. The two enemas are a 2 quart
saline water enema
followed by a 2 quart
enema of saline water with the juice of 3 lemons.
I don't think my bowels are completely empty after this, but I am not sure what would make them completely empty. More than 2 enemas consecutively seems to be tiring and possibly has a drying out effect on the colon.