If you are a small child or a small adult, you can drink half of this dose. You are considered small, if your body weight is below 30-40 kg (60 - 80 lbs).
If you are afraid to do liver flush, you can also try 1/2 of the full adult dose.
If you are extremely afraid to do liver flush, you can try 1/4 of the full adult dose.
If your body weight is between 30kg(60 lbs) and 60kg (120 lbs), you can drink 2/3 of this amount.
If your body weight is between 60kg(120 lbs) and 90kg (200 lbs), you can drink the complete 1 cup of the mixture.
If your body weight is over 90kg (200 lbs), you can drink more than 1 cup of the mixture, but not the first time you are doing the liver flush. The first time you are doing the Liver Flush it is more then enough to drink 1 cup of the mixture.
The procedure; The most simple liver flush
The day of the flush: eat light breakfast and a light lunch, not much fat, not much spices. Do not eat anything after 2pm (14:00).
You can drink water after 2 pm, but do not eat, and do not take any food or any pills or vitamins after 2pm.
Do not do any strenous exercises. Choose a day like Saturday, day when you have nothing difficult to do. You can walk, but don't run.
Do not drink water or anything else after 7pm (19:00)
If you are very thisty, you can drink small amount of water. It is important that you are both thisty and hungry in the evening. That will make it possible to drink the juice with oil and to enyoj it.
At 9:55 pm (21:55) squeeze fresh juice from the grapefruit.
You don't need a juicer. You can squeeze the juice by using you hands and a spoon.
Drink the mixture slowly at 10pm ( 22:00 ).
Walk out slowly for one to two hours making sure you are not feeling like throwing up the mixture. Try to burp, if you feel heavy in your stomach.
Make sure you do not have a lot of gas in your stomach, before you go to sleep. Around midnight go to sleep. The day after you may have loose stool or diarrhea. You may see some hard green or yellow objects in your poop. That is hardened bile. Some of those smaller objects may have existed in your liver or your gallbladder in that size or shape, while some of the larger objects may have been formed overnight in your intestines from the bile and smaller objects flushed out by your liver and your gallbladder.