My sixth liver flush yielded only 50 small bright green liver stones. I did quite a few things differently this time and I don’t know whether the changes I made are to blame or whether this is just a stepping stone to a more productive next flush.
This was my second morning flush but this time I woke using an alarm to take my Epsom salt water at 5, 6 and 7 AM . I also used more olive oil, going up from 1/3 cup to 1/2 cup. I took 4 charcoal capsules at the same time as the olive oil this time and did 50 mg of DMSA sublingually hoping to minimize the toxic trauma.
Then, three hours after the olive oil I took 20 g of sodium ascorbate in 1 quart of water and followed that with 1 tablespoon of psyllium husk mixed in one tall glass of water an hour later. But, all this elaborate planning was to no avail because all I came up with was 50 tiny freshly minted stones.
So I repeated the process doing another full flush at 1 PM with another 50 mg of DMSA 30 minutes after, then followed by another vitamin C bowel flush and later more psyllium husk. I ate dinner around 6 PM and another meal around 8 PM.
Around 9 PM my bowels were growling and quaking ferociously. Before bed, I was on the toilet for a half hour hoping to relieve the volcano and was worried I might wake up my daughter in an adjacent bedroom with the explosive gas. I was still hoping at this point to see some big liver stones. Finally, I got to bed without passing anything interesting at all. Overall, during the day I felt okay – I think the charcoal and DMSA probably did a nice job of soaking up toxins.
But, I woke after 2 hours and 30 minutes feeling bad. I think I slept another hour or two but very badly, because the muscles in my back were tense and aching and I was alternating between too warm and too cold. In the morning when I got up, I couldn’t get warm even with a down coat, hat and neck warmer. I went back to bed fully dressed, coat and all, on a heating pad under a down comforter. My body was so tense, cold and weak I wanted to cry. I moved over to this heated massage bed we have and an hour later I felt much better, and had breakfast.
Afterwards on the toilet I still held out some hope for a giant golf ball size liver stone but instead passed the gnarly mucoid plaque you see in the picture. It’s like a dark gray spongy rubber and according to the medical community, it doesn’t exist. They say that mucoid plaque is produced by the colon cleansing products that contain bentonite. So they say it is basically the clay that people take to cleanse their colons. Guess what? I didn’t take any clay at all. Mucoid plaque is real. All the crap in Wikipedia about it being a scam, well it’s the MDs that are full of it! I read the discussion tab on the Wikipedia mucoid plaque and it made me very sad to think about what a tragedy our medical establishment is… that’s why I posted this gross picture.
So, I’m delighted with my failed liver flush. How could I get well with all this toxic garbage in my colon? I’m debating whether to repeat this process or go get a few professional colonics. Seems to me that having it done for me would get the toxins out faster and maybe avoid the instant flu and massive headache I’ve had all day…
Want to see what plaque looks like in a colonoscopy? Have a look at this!