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Re: Following Instructions
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Re: Following Instructions

Which flush protocol were you referring to? Dr Kelly was a man as far as I know but I suppose you are assuming that everyone has made the exact same perfect choice as yourself. Without innovation and experimentation the now accepted Liver Flush protocols would not have come into being but it doesn't mean there aren't more discoveries to be made. In the middle ages the herbalists used a concoction of dandelion cholagogue and raw egg yolks. So why was there a new to change this recipe when it worked just fine?

The liver is associated with the emotions of anger, resentment, frustration, irritability, bitterness.

Even so I do agree that when starting out it is best to follow one of the protocols to the letter for the first few flushes. However, as they are a one-size-fits-all solution the dose may require adjustment to obtain the maximum benefit from each flush.

Learning is accomplished in 4 main ways, flowing instructions, trial and error, observing and reading. In the completion of a task and the gaining of knowledge all methods are used in any order.

The secret of life to is to agree with every ones opinion.
My friend says this isn't correct.
He's dead right!

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