Video Post by:  Andreas Moritz
Posted:  May 29, 2012 — updated 2016

This is a topic which I have discussed in my book, The Amazing Liver And Gallbladder Flush, but I would like to re-emphasize that it is extremely important to clean out the colon before each liver flush and after the liver flush or liver cleanse. And particularly, I recommend to clean out the colon on Day 6, ideally on Day 6 of the preparation of the liver flush, and again within 3 days after each liver flush, and this is extremely important. I cannot overemphasize how important this is because otherwise you can end up developing toxemia and many, many adverse effects that can diminish the benefit of the liver flush itself.

So if you cannot clean out the colon, I recommend you don’t do the liver flush. That is how important it is to cleanse the colon before and after each liver flush or liver cleanse.

The reason why I am recommending this so strongly is that when there is any constriction, stricture or congestion in the colon, the gallbladder doesn’t open readily. In fact it may not open at all during the liver flush. The bile ducts in the liver are also reluctant to open or to relax when there is a blockage or congestion, constipation, or sticky stools present in the colon. There are reflex points along the walls of the colon which link to the liver and gallbladder and they basically signal to the liver and gallbladder, ‘don’t secrete bile, don’t open up the bile ducts or the gallbladder, because we are not ready to receive new food’. So it’s almost like telling the body, ‘don’t eat, don’t stimulate the appetite,’ which bile typically does. So when the bile is not there, not available, typically the appetite is suppressed. So the body tells the senses and the brain, ‘please don’t eat, we are not ready’, and that also means, ‘please don’t cleanse’. So don’t do any liver flushes because it’s not going to be very successful.

But if you do it anyway, and you are passing stones, and you haven’t cleaned out the colon, first of all you may have stones definitely getting caught in different parts of the large intestine. And if you omit the post liver flush colonic, colema or enemas, then also you will have the high chance that stones will get caught in the colon and gradually disintegrate.

Most stones that come out of the liver and gallbladder: they are not the calcified version, but they are the non-calcified soft, putty-like, waxy, oily, fatty, because most of the stones are made of fats that clog up the bile ducts in the liver. But when they come out, they release a large amount of toxins if they are remaining in the colon, and are decomposed by bacteria there instead of being discarded through a colonic, colema or enemas.

So it is extremely important to remove any stones that remain in the colon, which typically happens to most people to avoid toxemia. Because once these stones disintegrate or decompose, a lot of toxins emanate from them are released from these stones and also by the decomposing bacteria. So these toxins will end up going into the blood and cause toxic effects. And once again, the blood goes into the liver and can therefore even create new stones simply by releasing these toxins in the large intestine.

So it is absolutely essential to make sure that you can do colon cleanses before and after each liver cleanse otherwise, I highly recommend that you don’t do it: don’t attempt liver flushes because it can be very risky for your health. I have seen many side effects arising from not cleaning out the colon afterwards.

In some instances I have even seen that stones were not released during the liver and gallbladder flush, but tons of them came out during the colonic, colon hydrotherapy or colema done after the liver flushes. In one instance, I remember the person complained that no stones had come out during the liver flush and she did a colonic and the colon hydro-therapist reported that the woman passed over 500 or so stones. That was an estimate, but that’s the stones that kept pouring through the tube, the colonic tube, and it was almost like it didn’t want to stop. But eventually it did, and so she estimated that there were at least 500 stones that came out. So this can be very serious…keeping these stones in the colon is not a good idea; they need to be removed.

Even if you only have 5 or 10 stones remaining in the colon after having done a liver and gallbladder flush, make sure that within 2 or 3 days you do a colon cleanse. And it shouldn’t be an oral cleanse, Epsom salts or magnesium oxide is not sufficient to do that. You need to have a water based flushing system like a coleman or enemas.

If you are choosing an enema, make sure that the water is going all the way up to the other side, into the ascending colon. Sometimes one enema is not enough, so do 2 or 3 consecutive enemas… back to back… one after the other. So do one, release whatever is in there, do another one, release what’s coming until nothing else is coming out, and you feel the water actually reaching to the side of the beginning part of the colon, in the ascending part.

So this will make sure that liver and gallbladder flushes are very safe. You can trust that everything will be balanced after that and you don’t get contaminated by toxins through these trapped stones in the colon.

Thank you for following that advice because it will greatly benefit your health.

Liver and gallbladder flushes, or liver cleanses, are extremely beneficial for one’s health to prevent diseases and also to stop or eliminate the root causes of illness which are definitely found in the liver, in the large majority of diseases including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and multiple sclerosis, brain disorders, intestinal disorders, you name it…just an enormous number of diseases related to congestion in the bile duct of the liver and the gallbladder itself as well.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.

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