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Please help! Zero digestive capability after 1st liver flush
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Please help! Zero digestive capability after 1st liver flush

I (F, 26) just did my first Liver Flush last night on Feb 6th using Moritz’s protocol at half the dosage because of my small build, with no stones passed.

However, what worries me the most is this: after the last dose of Magnesium citrate this morning at 8am, I’ve been what feels like “urinating” out burning brown-yellow liquid (bile?) and have had zero digestive capacity.

At 10am I had half a glass of freshly pressed carrot juice, which I some time later saw come out of my anus the EXACT same color and consistency. Later, I had a bit of fruit, and after a while, some steamed vegetables. All in all, I have eaten very little so far, only the aforementioned foods.

All has come out within a few hours looking like what I’ve almost just put in my mouth and chewed, i.e. everything as been VERY recognizable, even the color of the foods! I’m extremely worried, especially since this is my first liver flush. Is my digestion going to normalize? Why is the burning sensation still present when the food goes through my anus?

For background information: I have a very weak digestion to begin with, fat absorption being my biggest problem. I have also had deep grooves on my tongue since I was 4. I’ve done 13 colon hydrotherapy sessions since Dec 1st, one right before Liver-Flush Day 1. For almost four days before the flush I had very loose stools, most likely due to all the tart cherry juice and apple juice I’d been drinking.

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