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Mood: Nag Champa
Hello blog readers. Welcome to another addition of, 'Oh my gawd... Can he get any weirder?'
I decided a couple of weeks ago, after a liver flush, that I would do another tonight. Yesterday being the Full Moon, and from now untill the New, being the Waning. According to Ayurvedic tradition, this is the optimal time to do the ol' liver flush. I have done several in the past, but never payed much attention to co-factors such as that... We'll see how it affects the process.
Please forgive my horrendous writing and spelling. As if it weren't bad enough already, the crazy prep work I've been doing for the flush has got me feeling like I've just popped a couple of tabs of bad acid... Heh heh. Lightheaded, skewed vision, not quite sure where I am... Ok.. I'm exaggerating...
I've drank a full two gallons organic unfiltered apple juice (Santa Cruz) over the last 6 days to soften the intrahepatic "stones" with the malic acid in the juice. The fermentation also helps to widen the bile ducts in order to ease thier passage. I've been using a product called Colosan as well. It's a blend of magnesium oxides similar to the Homozon product I've blogged about before. You mix it with water, drink it down, and then chase it with lemon/lime juice, or apple cider vinegar. The acid "activates" the magnesium, thereby releasing the nacent oxygen, wich in turn, scavenges your colon and intestines for waste matter to be dissolved. I reccomend both products. Good stuff. Nothin' like a squeaky clean colon.
On top of that, I chose to fast today, drinking only more of the apple juice, and, a wicked concoction I whipped up using thge ol' Green Star Juicer. My baby. Anyway... I juiced 3 beets w/greens, a big bunch of parsley, a small handful of cilantro, and bunch of ginger root. Made about 40oz. Drank it all within 4 hours. I don't particularily reccomend this... Hellafide detox action... That, mixed with the Colosan, and all the apple juice, has got me runnin' to the bathroom like a mad man. Good thing I have the day off... Just wish I had tomorrow off as well. The day after a flush can see you in the Loo all day too.
I hace just done a colema, using a colema board that I purchased on line... It's like a "do it yourself" colonic. Only a hell of a lot cheaper. Colon hydrotherapy. Amazing stuff. They do it at Dr. D's clinic. Research it if you haven't already. Cheapest place to get 'em being e bay. Doing the colema/colonic the day of the flush ensures the unimpeded travel of the "stones" from the liver/gallbladder, to the toilet. Ha ha. It's a good idea to do another colema/colonic within 3 days of the flush as well. The second one makes sure that ALL "stones" released from the flush are out of the colon. You don't want the 'lil bastards setting up shop and dissolving in the colon. They are chalk full of cholesterol, billirubin, all manner of toxins, and parasites on occasion.
Still eating vegan. Going very well. My new favorite restaurant is called the Hu-Hot Mongolian Grill in town here... There are a few more scattered across the nation as well. Fabulous place! Pick your noodles (they have all rice Pad Thai noodles!) Pick your meat (chicken, beef, duck, sausage, salmon, scallops, shrimp, etc.) I just skip this part. But there are plenty of choices for all blood types. I had swordfish there a while back... Sometimes you'll run into a pretty crazy item. Next, pick your vegetables. (Bok choy, cabbage, spinach, carrots, onions, mushrooms, zuchinni, baby corn, water chesnuts, snap peas, broccoli, pineapple, mung bean sprouts... Etc.) Finally you pick your sauce. They have a ton of premade sauces, or, you can make your own using things like sesame oil, garlic oil, soy sauce (not wheat free ginger broth, lemon juice, lime juice, chilli oil, etc. Any way... If you ever see one... Eat there!
I'll be starting the epsom salts at 6pm. The oil/juice mixture will be imbibed at 10pm. Off to bed. ONly to rise in the am and evacuate poisons harbored in my liver for YEARS! Boo ya'. Normally people use olive oil. This time, however, I have chosen to use pumpkin seed oil. Very antiparasitic... Mayhap this will have some beneficial effect? We'll see... I just hope it won't be deleterious...
Again... Bear with the grammar & spelling... Peace be with you all ~