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Re: leg pain after flush
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Published: 20 years ago
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Re: leg pain after flush

My apologies, I don't know why it appeared as a link and was incomplete.
To continue....... I try to eat as little as possible to give my body a chance to excrete the toxins, drink lots of water and the food I do eat is as light and clean as possible. I don't get sciatica anymore (unless I am forced to take Antibiotics ) and am sure this is due to doing many cleanses and Liver Flushes but when I did get it, the pain was excrutiating and I couldn't get comfortable or find any relief without taking a painkiller and then the cycle would start over again.
I think what happens is that doing a flush stirs up toxins and moves them out of your body but initially the load of toxins can be overwhelming and this can cause the sciatica. Keep cleansing and you will get past this. b.t.w. the various doctors I have seen about this have told me that sciatica from toxins is nonsense but they can't explain why I get it so badly when I take Antibiotics or other medications. They are not disputing the sciatica only the cause. A naturopath that I visited in Australia thought that it may be caused from an overacidic body and that eating a more alkaline diet (fruit & veg) would reverse this. When I started the flushes my urine was quite acidic at 5.2 and now it is approaching 7 which is more normal so this may be something else you could try.
Hope this helps.

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