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Re: Of course it is good for the liver and gallbladder! by iandthou ..... Liver Flush Support Forum

Date:   6/19/2017 4:36:01 AM ( 4 years ago ago)
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I have been wondering how many flushes I should do before I see an improvement in my health. The enemas before and after the flush take a lot of time, and on flush day I am very drained for the first half of the day, just resting. I wonder if all this time and effort is going to help at all, now that I've done 13 of them over a year or so.

Some people get results in a flush or two, while there are those who have been flushing for 100 flushes or so. How does one really know if this is helping? Any indicators, or a compass of some kind?

When I have done long fasts I have known intuitively that the rest I am giving my body is burning the toxicity and rejuvenating the body. With the flush I am not able to get such an intuitive feeling. At the most, it feels good to take 4 or 5 enemas every fortnight.

Any thoughts on this?


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