Colonics Raleigh NC: “A couple of Ins and Outs of Liver Cleansing”

January 22, 2013 by  
Filed under Liver Cleanse

  • “The Ins and Outs of Liver Cleansing”, Article by Matt Monarch

The following information is for education only and is not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or treat illness. It is valuable to seek the advice of an alternative health care professional before making any changes.

I’m ALWAYS receiving questions from people about Liver Cleansing. A couple of the most common questions include:

  • Why didn’t I get any stones out after my liver cleanse?
  • Why don’t I feel well after my liver cleanse?Please note: this article is based on anecdotal information and personal experience…

    I feel that there is quite a lot of “hype” around liver cleansing and one result is that when people do liver cleanses, they base their concept of whether or not the cleanse was “successful” or not, on the amount of Liver and/or Gall Bladder stones released. I personally feel that this is unfortunate. There is SO MUCH MORE to be removed from the liver than just stones – most of us have ENORMOUS back-ups of waste in our livers. When we do a liver cleanse, the bile ducts become dilated and the liver DUMPS a mass of toxins out into the colon, which usually includes HOT ACID, BILE, and more.

    I recently heard from a friend who did a liver cleanse, didn’t get any stones out, and didn’t feel well afterwards. Although this friend didn’t see any actual stones released, here in fact was an example of a very successful liver cleanse, in my opinion. Clearly the liver had dumped a mass of toxins from their liver into their system, which then resulted in them not feeling well. This person thought that this liver cleanse wasn’t a success however, and that the only result was not feeling well.

    My guidance for our friend was to cleanse her colon asap, to MOVE this old bile and acid OUT. After she did this, she immediately started to feel better. Dr. Andreas Moritz, the author of “The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush”, states that cleansing the colon is KEY before, after and during a liver cleanse. He actually states that it is a NECESSITY.

    In my opinion, the BEST liver cleanse for a beginner IS to actually cleanse their colon. 99% of those who don’t ever clean their colons surely have all sorts of toxins backed up in their systems. This old waste is more than just solid waste in the intestines. There are acids, gases and other toxins which fill the colon up too. The gas is invisible to the human eye. That gas pressure along with other toxins in the colon prevents your other organs from being able to dump more gases, acids and toxins into your colon. However, if you cleanse your colon on a periodic basis, you remove these backed-up toxins in the colon, freeing up space, which then enables your liver and other organs to dump out more toxins into your colon – your body’s waste pipe. Therefore, the ULTIMATE liver cleanse for the majority of the population IS to simply cleanse your colon on a periodic basis, which frees up space for the liver to dump out more waste into the colon.

    In fact, if you are not willing to cleanse your colon, I feel that it might even be dangerous to do a liver cleanse. If you do a liver cleanse without colon cleansing, dilate your bile ducts, and dump HOT ACID and bile into your already toxic colon, you may just be adding to the bonfire and making your body and bloodstream even more toxic. There is a large chance that these toxins will not be readily eliminated. Just as Andreas Moritz says… It is KEY to cleanse your colon, before, during and AFTER you cleanse your liver.

    In a sense, liver cleansing could be thought of as an “advanced” cleanse. For those of you who already cleanse your colon on a periodic basis, then perhaps it may be time to move forward and do a liver cleanse. If you are a beginner though and feel the need to do a liver cleanse NOW, please make sure to cleanse your colon, just as Dr. Andreas Moritz suggests.

    So… Please remember that if you do a liver cleanse and you don’t see stones released, it doesn’t mean that the cleanse was a “failure”. I feel that liver cleansing can be EXRTREMELY beneficial overall. I’ve witnessed HUNDREDS of people who have done liver cleanses and experienced INCREDIBLE results. From my own personal experience, I did a liver cleanse and felt the effects of my liver releasing. My breath was really unpleasant and I felt “toxic” until I moved this toxicity out by cleansing my colon.

    So, again, it’s not necessarily ALL about removing stones during a liver cleanse. The main aim can be simply to remove the build up of toxins from the liver. AND REMEMBER!… It’s KEY to cleanse the colon when embarking on a liver cleanse.