(NaturalNews) Our livers, the chief detoxifiers for our bodies, are being overworked. Our stressful lifestyles, drugs we consume, and chemical food additives are just a few of the stressors. Free roaming toxins can burden our hearts, reduce available oxygen, and, consequently, become trapped and stored to produce bile clumps, also known as gallstones. The body forms gallstones for our protection by preventing the toxins from being absorbed through the intestinal wall and back into our bodies. Our bodies function well following this design - until they become clogged with too many gallstones. Because too many gallstones can have a negative effect on our bodies, flushing gallstones from the liver and gallbladder becomes essential to maintaining our health.
Why would we want to flush the stones out of our systems? Normally, heavy metals and radioactive elements are snatched out of our blood by the bile and are escorted out of our bodies, thanks to the natural fibers that we ingest. Unfortunately, trapped gallstones inhibit bile output, which also effects digestive functions, like nutrient absorption. Both a lack of bile and digestive malfunctions can lead to many diseases and ailments. The presence of gallstones, along with a lack of bile, inhibits the body's free-flowing energy. Blocked energy can lead to anger, fear and other debilitating emotions. Since gallstone flushing ensures bile output can function normally, it stands to reason that flushing is essential to maintaining our overall health.
Gallstones aren't perfectly smooth like marbles. They have pockets and crevices that welcome viruses, bacteria, parasites, and the residue of drugs, ensuring continual infections for us from within. Gallstones, amazingly, are made inside our livers long before they scoot into the gallbladder, where they continue to grow. Often, the number of gallstones in the liver will far exceed those within the gallbladder. As a result, the removal of our gallbladders does little to eliminate the problem. Flushes, even after surgery, will produce thousands of gallstones. This proves that gallstones aren't only in our gallbladders; they are within the thousands of bile ducts within our livers.
Expelling the gallstones from our gallbladders and our livers ourselves at home is safe, simple, and inexpensive. We alone will profit. Taking malic acid pills or drinking apple juice for a week softens the stones. On the night of the actual flush, we will drink magnesium sulfate to open the bile ducts and olive oil to coax our gallbladders and livers to release bile, bringing the stones with it. We can do one flush a month for up to ten months in a row, or until we have two flushes in a row without any gallstones. We could confidently take a year or two off before starting another round of flushes; take the time to examine lifestyle and diet habits and alter them to keep the health of our livers in mind.
It is believed that the stones embedded within our livers affect us differently according to the placement of the stones. After each cleanse, we may notice various ailments disappearing. We can take an oxygen blood testing instrument and test the oxygen levels of our blood before and after the flush to see the oxygen improvement gained after the flush. Conversely, improved health may be noticed without any instruments. Eliminating gallstones can result in healthy skin, in ailments clearing up, and in our body's vibrations increasing. Our liver ducts will now be more open, allowing energy to flow. This affects all levels of our systems - benefits that confirm the gallstone flush is essential for maintaining health.
Debbie A. Allsup holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Parapsychic Sciences from the American Institute of Holistic Theology located in Birmingham, Alabama, earned in 2007. Her dissertation focused on psychic attack and protection from it. She is also a licensed acupuncturist in the state of California and has practiced under the business name AuthenticSelf Acupuncture & Beyond since 2004. You can follow her blogs at www.debbieallsup.info and visit her website at www.chasnqi.com