Epsom Salt Liver/Gallbladder Flush

>Do you have an opinion on the use of epsom salt drinks ?

Hi Ernie,
The gall badder flush has a lot of supporters on the web. I had my doubts on the treatment as the green ball that float on the toilet after a flush are not stones, as stone sink, but coagulated partially digested olive oil. Many swear by it and say they are cured of gall stones. People that I have met personally and that changed my mind. One woman in her 50’claimed that by doing only a single Liver/Gallbladder Flush she cleared over 10 food allergies overnight, overnight. One day, she couldn’t eat 10 different foods, and the very next day after the Flush, she could eat them – yogurt, tomatoes, nuts, etc.  Sounds a bit too amazing to me but let’s see what kind of responses we get to this post.

Gallbladder Flush Benefits

  • Helps cleanse stagnant waste from the liver and gallbladder
  • Helps improve liver functioning and bile flow
  • Helps purify the blood and lymph
  • Helps rejuvenate the body

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6 Responses to Epsom Salt Liver/Gallbladder Flush

  1. ernie says:

    This is ernie. Thank you very much for replying to my question about SWF ebson salt. enemas. I am new to fasting and am learnig a lot reading all the comments.

  2. Nikki says:

    how is an epsom salt flush prepared?

  3. Ron says:

    Hi Nikki, Forget the epsom salt. It’s irritating to the digestive system, and can dehydrate you. Stick w/ plain sea salt. Ron

  4. Nikki says:

    Thanx Ron! Epsom salt is forgotten.

  5. ernie says:

    ernie says: Thanks for the reminder. I will try The SWF again. I have a good supply of Celtic salt. How much should I put in a large glass of water. A few months ago, I bought an ionizing water machine and have been drinking a lot of alkaline water. I feel great.