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Salt water flush recipe
 
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Salt water flush recipe


Littletree,
like you I wanted to know the SWF (Salt-Water-Flush) recipe, so I looked it up and found the following in the archives:

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From the online version of Burrough's Book: http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Spa/7244/master_cleanse.html)

DIRECTIONS: Prepare a full quart of luke-warm water and add two level (rounded for the Canadian quart) teaspoons of Sea Salt . Do not use ordinary iodized salt as it will not work properly. Drink the entire quart of salt and water first thing in the morning. This must be taken on an empty stomach. The salt and water will not separate but will stay intact and quickly and thoroughly wash the entire tract in about one hour. Several eliminations will likely occur. The salt water has the same specific gravity as the blood, hence the kidneys cannot pick up the water and the blood cannot pick up the salt. This may be taken as often as needed for proper washing of the entire digestive system.

If the salt water does not work the first time, try adding a little more or a little less salt until the proper balance is found; or possible take extra water with or without salt. This often increases the activity. Remember, it can do no harm at any time. The colon needs a good washing, but do it the natural way—the salt water way.
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I'm going to try it for my next Liver Flush instead of the 4th dose of ES.
Hope that helps,
Garcia.


 

 
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