Liver Cleansing


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CLEANSING THE LIVER BILE DUCTS is the most powerful procedure that you can do to improve your body’s health. Cleansing the liver of gallstones dramatically improves digestion, which is the basis for your whole health.

The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It is responsible for over 500 functions. When your liver is sluggish, it will affect many other processes causing you to feel sub-optimal. Some of the processes that the liver plays a key role in are: metabolizing fat, manufacturing enzymes and hormones, releasing bile for digestion, and detoxifying harmful substances. When spring comes around, the liver is more than ready for a break from all this added stress!

You can also expect your allergies to disappear more with each cleanse you do! Incredibly, it also eliminates shoulder, upper arm and upper back pain. You will have more energy!

YOUR WONDERFUL POWERFUL LIVER! – It is the job of the liver to make over 1 quart of bile a day! The liver is full of tubes (bilary tubing) that deliver the bile to one large tube (common bile duct). The gallbladder is attached to the common bile duct and acts as a storage reservoir. Eating fat or protein triggers the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty after about twenty minutes, and the stored bile finishes its trip down the common bile duct to the intestine. For many people, including children, the bilary tubing is choked with gallstones.

Liver Cleansing – Les Berenson MD (mod. 2-13-14)

For the 6 days before the liver flush -
drink 32 oz. organic Apple juice (ideally fresh and if not bottled).

Day of the Liver Flush

Have a light breakfast, avoid fats, oils which may make it harder 
for the liver to clear. Nothing to eat after 1:30 PM. (May drink water).

6 pm – Add 4 Tbs. Epsom salts to 24 oz of water.  Drink 6 ounces.
(May add a little lemon juice to mask bitter flavor).

8 pm – Drink 2nd 6 ounce glass Epsom salts

9:30 – If you have not had a bowel movement until now and 
have not done a colon cleanse within the past 24 hours, 
take a water enema; this will trigger a series of bowel movements.

9:45 – Wash citrus fruits and squeeze juice to make 3/4 of a glass -
(combo of straight lemon, grapefruit, orange)

Add juice to 1/2 glass (4 oz) of non virgin organic olive oil into pint jar, close tightly and shake hard a minimum of 20 times.  
Drink at 10 pm if you don’t need to go to bathroom.

10 PM – Stand next to bed and drink concoction without interruption – maximum 5 min.

LIE DOWN IMMEDIATELY – Turn off lights and lie flat on back with head elevated above abdomen. Lie still for minimum of 20 minutes and don’t talk.  
(Optional) – You can use castor oil pack at this time on your abdomen to draw out toxins.


6 to 6:30 am – drink third 6 oz. glass of epsom salts.  
If you feel thirsty, drink glass of warm water before hand.  
Rest, read, or meditate, or sleep.  
Beneficial to be in upright position.  
Light exercises such as yoga fine.

8 to 8:30 am  Drink fourth and last 6 oz. glass of Epson salts.

10 to 10:30 am – Drink freshly pressed fruit juice if desired.  
1/2 hour later, eat one or 2 pieces of fruit.  
One hour later eat regular (but light) food.  
By evening or next morning you should be back to normal.  
Eat light meals for next 2-3 days.

Some time after the olive oil you will go to the bathroom and start to have series of watery stools. (If you were to strain your stools and wash the liquid away you’ll likely find little casings (soft and not hard) that come from being embedded in the liver.