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Re: How many flushers have actually reached "no more stones"? by Telman ..... Liver Flush Support Forum

Date:   8/30/2011 11:09:37 AM ( 10 years ago ago)
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People are here and flushing for many reasons. You don't need to seek approval for the way in which you approach the protocol.

To understand what Hulda Clark e and others were achieving you need to read their books.

Your cleaning protocol will depend upon your own metabolism and the rate in which it can replenish the loss of bile components after each flush. Some people merrily flush every two weeks while others take a more prudent approach. The irony is that if you flush before the bile has re-balanced this in itself can produce stones.

Taking a start point with a rest period between flushes of two weeks, an end point of 3 month; the maintenance period. Bearing in mind that the liver detox period is up to 18 month. I would suggest that increasing the period between flushes by 1 week each time would be be suitable. Unless of course there are more dominant issue such as, cancer, gallstones, etc.

Flush 01
Flush 02, after 02 weeks rest,
Flush 03, after 03 weeks rest, 05 weeks total
Flush 04, after 04 weeks rest, 09 weeks total
Flush 05, after 05 weeks rest, 14 weeks total
Flush 06, after 06 weeks rest, 20 weeks total
Flush 07, after 07 weeks rest, 27 weeks total
Flush 08, after 08 weeks rest, 35 weeks total
Flush 09, after 09 weeks rest, 44 weeks total
Flush 10, after 10 weeks rest, 54 weeks total
Flush 11, after 11 weeks rest, 65 weeks total
Flush 12, after 12 weeks rest, 72 weeks total


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