How to tell if You have Gallstones & what is a Liver Flush?
Many clients are currently asking at The Cleansing Space about a Liver Gallbladder flush. I recommend they take the time to read the book The Amazing Liver Gallbladder Flush by Andreas Moritz.
The Liver flush requires 6 days of preparation which involves drinking apple juice along with your daily meals. The Malic acid in the apple juice softens the gall stones and makes their passage through the bile ducts smooth and easy. This is then followed by 16 to 20 hours of actual cleansing after Day 6. This includes drinking a mix of epsom salt, olive oil and fresh grapefruit juice at certain times throughout the cleanse. This enables the Gall stones to be flushed from your system into the toilet via bowel movements. Colonic Hydrotherapy is a great addition to the Flush to enhance the release of gall stones from your bowels.
So the next question is : How can I tell that I have Gallstones?
Below is a reduced list of the signs and marks that can indicate that you have Gallstones, the information is taken from the book mentioned above.
- Black spots and small or large brown patches that are the colour of freckles or moles. They usually appear on the right or left side of the forehead, between the eyebrows or under the eyes. The most prominent are the so called Liver spots on the back of the hands and forearms, often seen among middle-aged and elderly people. These spots usually start fading after the majority of stones are removed from the Liver.
- Vertical wrinkles between the eyebrows: These may be one deep line or two, sometimes three, lines in this region. They indicate an accumulation of many gallstones in the Liver. They show the liver is hardened and enlarged.
- Green or dark colour of the temple area at the sides of the head. This shows that the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen are under active because of deposits of gallstones in both the liver and gallbladder.
- Oily skin in the area of the forehead. This reflects poor liver performance due to gallstones.
- Hair loss in the central region of the head. This indicates that the liver, heart, small intestines, pancreas and reproductive organs are becoming increasingly aggravated and congested
Hardening and thickening at the tip of the nose, indicating chronic liver weakness, resulting in hardening of the arteries and the accumulation of fat around the heart, spleen, kidneys and prostate glands.
The nose is constantly red shows an abnormal heart condition of the heart, with a tendency to hypertension, high blood pressure.
Skin colour under the eyes is yellowish, indicates that the liver and gallbladder are under active. A dark, black colour in this area results when the kidneys, bladder and reproductive organs are over taxed because of a prolonged disorder of the digestive system.
Water-containing bags under the lower eyelids, form as a result of congestion in the digestive and excretory organs, which results in inadequate lymph drainage from the head area.
The eyes have lost their shininess. This signals that both the liver and kidneys are congested and unable to filter blood properly.
Tongue & Mouth
The tongue is coated yellow or white, especially in the back part. This indicates an imbalance in the section of bile, which is the major cause of digestive trouble.
Teeth impressions on the sides if the tongue, often accompanied by white mucus discharge, indicates weak digestion and inadequate absorption of nutrients from the small intestine.
Swollen, sensitive or bleeding gums, these symptoms occur when lymph drainage from the mouth area is inefficient as a result of intestinal lymph congestion
Hands, Nails & Feet
White fatty skin on the fingertips is a sign of dysfunctional digestive and lymphatic systems.
Vertical ridges in the finger nails generally indicate poor absorption of food and the disruption of important digestive, liver and kidney functions.
A yellow colour of the feet indicates the accumulation of many gallstones in the liver and gallbladder.
If you can relate to any of the above then perhaps it is time to consider a Liver Gallbladder Flush to improve your health and well being.
I hope this post is helpful and that you may consider a Liver Flush in 2014.
Ruth @ The Cleansing Space