The gallbladder plays a central role in maintaining a healthy digestive profile. This tiny organ is located just below the liver and is essential in releasing bile into the digestive tract in order to metabolize food.
It is estimated that 20% of the world’s population will develop gallstones in the gall bladder at some stage in their lives. This figure does not take account of the numerous stones that accumulate in the liver and its ducts, given that the liver produces them in the first place, and then travel down to the gall bladder. I have personally witnessed the removal of gallstones from hundreds of patients – some of them had gall-bladder symptoms but had no positive results from an ultra sound scan. Most, however, did not have any symptoms at all, yet would flush out literally hundreds of stones – no exaggeration! One woman in her 50’s had three scans and the radiologists found nothing. She had pains in the gall-bladder region for 20 years. When she did the gall bladder flush she removed 430 stones the first time around, and about 300 the second time!
Going for a gallbladder detox is a surefire way of eliminating the unwanted toxins and formation in the organ. It is a painless and harmless natural way of removing stones, without requiring invasive procedures such as surgery, laser, etc.
GALL BLADDER CLEANSE
1/2 Cup Olive Oil Extra Virgin
3 lemons or 2 small pink grapefruits
4 tablespoons Epsom salts
3 cups water (or organic apple juice)
Purpose of Ingredients
Apple juice contains malic acid that dissolve the cohesion between gallbladder stones.
Epsom salt relaxes bile ducts to let stones pass easily.
Olive oil (coconut oil) makes the gallbladder squeeze itself to push out gallstones.
Lemon juice or grapefruit juice cuts the taste of the oil and makes it easier to swallow.
The following is taken from “The Cure for All Advanced Cancers”, p. 562ff:
Take no medications, vitamins or pills that you can do without on the day of the cleanse. They could prevent success.
Eat a NO-FAT breakfast and lunch such as cooked cereal with fruit, fruit juice, brown bread with a little honey (no butter, milk or margarine), baked potato or other vegetables with salt only.
2.00 PM Do NOT drink or eat after 2 o’ clock.
6.00 PM Drink one serving (3/4 cup) of ice cold Epsom salts. Mixing one-tablespoon Epsom salts into 3/4 cup cold water can make this. You may add 1/8 teaspoon of vitamin C powder to improve the taste. You may drink a little water afterwards, or rinse your mouth out.
8.00 PM Repeat the Epsom salt drink as above.
9.45 PM Pour 1/2 cup olive oil and squeeze 1/2 cup orange or grapefruit juice into this, with one juice of a whole fresh lemon. Shake or stir hard until the oil and fruit juice mix thoroughly.
Visit the bathroom now, as you will lie down as soon as you take the olive oil mixture.
10.00 PM Drink the olive oil and juice you have mixed. Drinking through a plastic straw helps it go down easier. Drink it standing up, not sitting or lying. You may use a little honey between sips to help it down. Try to drink it as quickly as you can, within 5 minutes.
LIE DOWN IMMEDIATELY, ON YOUR RIGHT SIDE! You may fail to get stones out if you don’t. The sooner you lie down, the more stones you will get out. Try to keep perfectly still for 20 minutes. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open, thanks to the Epsom salts. GO TO SLEEP.
NEXT MORNING – upon awakening take another dose of Epsom salts. Drink 3/4 cup of the mixture. You may go back to bed. Don’t drink this before 6.00 a.m.
2 HOURS LATER – take you 4th and last dose of Epsom salts. Drink 3/4 cup. You may again go back to bed.
AFTER 2 MORE HOURS – You may eat. Start with fruit juice. Half an hour later eat fruit. One hour later you may eat regular food but keep it light – salads, steamed vegetables, fruit, juices, etc. By supper you should feel well. There are occasions when you may feel a little unwell for a couple of days, particularly when you have not done a liver flush before the gall bladder cleanse. Sometimes this may be due to stones and debris remaining in the colon and causing irritation and inflammation. Colon hydrotherapy or a good, deep enema can help this problem.
In the morning expect diarrhea. Try to catch the gallstones in a sieve in the toilet pan so that you can see them. If any of you have a camera please take photos and send me a copy for my clinical archives. Most of the stones will be SOFT and green, breaking easily, or even dissolving. All these green stones are as soft as putty thanks to the apple juice, and are mostly made of cholesterol.
A few days after the cleanse, stones from the rear of the liver will have traveled “forward” towards the main bile ducts leaving the liver, and fill the gall bladder again! This is why it is sometimes necessary to do up to 6 cleanses (perhaps one each month) in order to get rid of all the stones. If a cleanse produces no more stones, your liver can be considered to be in excellent condition!