I have been doing liver flushes every month or two since 1995.
Just before I started doing liver flushes my cholesterol level was measured at 204 total. I was surprised because it usually ran 120.
I did 2 liver flushes; on my next check up it dropped to 160 and with another 2 flushes it leveled out at 140. A friend, who at the same time was tested at 214, went on cholesterol reducing drugs and got all the way down to just below 200, big deal (and a lot of salad!).
The way I tell if I need a flush is that I start to need 8 hours of sleep.
After a flush my sleep requirements are only 6 to 7 hours and I wake up refreshed.
The parasite cleanse is critical. At one point we got a stray cat that stayed in the house. The very next liver cleanse produced NO liver stones at all. I thought that I must either be clear of stones or parasites were blocking the bile duct. I did parasite cleanses and 2 more flushes, no stones. After awhile we found a home for the cat and we all did parasite cleanses. The next flush produced a large amount of stones thus demonstrating the need to be parasite free.
How many can you do? I have done up to 3 cleanses in one week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). Amazingly the third flush produced as many stones as the first flush.
I did notice that each flush was different in that the first one produced a lot of chaff, while the 3rd cleanse produced mostly stones.
D. McN (4318)