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Liver cleanse gone wrong?


Dear Andreas,

I did my 7th Liver cleanse this past weekend. All my liver cleanses have produced amazing results, including this 7th. The difference this time was that there was blood in some of the gallstones. One month ago I started on a Detox programme involving BP/Juice/Organic ACV for 8 days. During this
time I had fever on and off and I thought it was cleansing reaction. When the fever touched almost 38C I discontinued the programme and 3 weeks later did the liver flush as I could feel pressure build-up in the liver region.

I took the ES/OO at the stated times and felt no discomfort or pain. This time I hardly felt the usual 'contractions' of the GB and thought the flush was not successful. So I was pretty amazed to see the result. Here are the results:
1st trip - a huge quantity of dark green water with some stones
2nd trip - a lot of stones with stringy stuff linking the stones together and some mucus with fresh blood.
3rd trip - A whole lot of liquified thick sludge, emerald green in colour with what looked like candida mixed in it - no blood.
4th trip - More stones but all mixed with blood - reddish brown in color.
5th trip - Same as 4th.

Even though I am happy with the results, I am also worried about the blood. Today I feel very sore in the liver region, both front & back. Seeing the result I am raring to do another one pretty soon but am afraid at the same time.
Could you please advise on what could have gone wrong.
Thanks

 

 
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