Epsom Salt

I really listen to what people tell me works for them. I write down notes. I research products. I don’t discredit anything or anyone for their opinions on their own healthcare management. And I do this for purely selfish reasons. To help myself and my loved ones, to have a footnote for what may work in other situations, and to be a better overall therapist. This is a job. But it’s also a job that truly fascinates me and because of that I enjoy absorbing and learning as much as a I can about it.

I’ve seen some crazy diets, protocols and detoxes come through. Again, not my place to judge but I always question the results, directly to people too; mostly for my own edification.

Something that I’ve noticed is that most of these recipes do not induce the liver to expell bile. Why this is important with any detox protocol seems very obvious to me. The liver is the powerhouse cleaning center for your entire blood system. The more it purges and creates fresh bile the better it will work; theoretically. Just doesn’t hurt to clear out the filter. Does it?

The one, most simple, most effective thing I’ve seen for myself and proved with client experiences and visually seeing in sessions that works very well is pure old fashioned, plain Epsom Salt. Now, yes it tastes absolutely horrible. Granted. But so what? So does castor oil. So does the original Hulda Clark parasite protocol tincture. But they work. That’s the main thing. That’s what counts.

But I know because I have a hard time convincing my own kids to take these things, that some people won’t do it. It’s fine. But with my liver smarting I’m just happy to have something readily available, cheap, effective, safe and handy that relieves the burden on that organ so swiftly. Although I may need two doses today.

Starting next week, I’m going to do the parasite cleanse along with the mucoid plaque flush again. That will be 3 weeks. Then I’ll move right into 3 liver/gallbladder flushes back to back with two weeks between each one. I think that’s the ideal and recommended minimum span between cleanses, but pushing it out 3-4 weeks would be ok too. Depends on my own recovery time. These can be quite grueling. I am lucky to have my own colonic equipment here because the morning of the liver flush is really rather difficult.

So….yep. No clients today. So right now, I’m just here on the couch with a castor oil pack on my liver. Gonna take it easy all morning and then after lunch get going on the garage project. So happy to get that started and hopefully completed today. 60-90% chance of rain. Looks so gloomy out.

Right about this time is when it starts wearing on me just a little. The almost constant gloom. It makes me long for warm sunny beaches, sand under my feet, waves crashing on my ankles, floppy hat on, sunglasses never off my face. Nice to dream. Better to deal with reality. This enema isn’t going to give itself. Lol πŸ’‹



Author: porngirl3

I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Maybe because I have always been on the quiet and reclusive side; which most people may not guess at first glance or if seeing me in a social setting, especially around people I am comfortable with but it’s also not something I have an issue with. I need solitude to recharge. Writing gives me the peace and time to renew myself...here that is offered to you for your enjoyment and pleasure as well. I hope. Lol