Liver Cleansing with
Apple Juice and Salt Water Flush

Liver cleansing with apple juice and salt water flush

If you prefer liver cleansing without Epsom salt and don't mind a short juice fast, this method is a nice alternative.

The apple juice softens the stones before you expel them from your liver and gallbladder with citrus juice and oil.

Then comes the unique addition of a salt water flush to encourage movement through your digestive tract and out of your body.

Be sure to choose a three-day window of time that ends with a day you can relax and stay at home if need be.

What You Need

  • 1.75 gallons (28 cups) organic apple juice or cider
  • 1/2 cup olive oil or other liver flush oil
  • 1/2 cup citrus fruit juice*
  • 2 teaspoons sea salt (not table salt)
  • 4 cups warm water

* Any citrus fruit may be used, such as grapefruit, lemon, lime, or orange.

How to Do the Cleanse 

Day 1 - Prepare with Apple Juice

Drink 16 ounces (2 cups) organic apple juice or cider every two hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., for a total of 14 cups. Do not consume other food or drink except plain water. Avoid supplements and medications if you can, as these may prevent your success.

The apple juice is used for its malic acid content, which softens gallstones for smoother passage. There are other ways to use malic acid in liver cleansing, but an apple juice fast is best with this particular cleanse.

Day 2 - Apple Juice and Liver Cleansing

Repeat day 1. At 8:30 p.m., combine the 1/2 cup oil and 1/2 cup citrus juice in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Shake until blended, then drink. Go immediately to bed and try to sleep. Lie still on your right side the first 30 minutes if you can.

Adapt the schedule if needed, but keep the time intervals intact. If you stop drinking apple juice at 9 p.m., still drink the oil and citrus mixture 30 minutes later.

Day 3 - Salt Water Flush

When you get up in the morning, at least eight hours after drinking the oil and citrus, perform a salt water flush. Mix 2 teaspoons sea salt with 4 cups warm water. (Heat the water on your stove. Never use tap water warmed by a hot water heater, which is a haven for bacteria and other toxins.)

Alternatively, you can mix the sea salt in just a small amount of water and drink the rest of the water plain.

Wait at least 30 minutes before eating.

The salt water flush is best known for its use in the master cleanse (lemonade diet). It is a way to flush the entire digestive tract in about an hour. For this liver cleansing recipe, salt water helps expel the stones and toxins more quickly. 

Seeing Your Gallstones

Malic acid makes the stones soft

You may see gallstones as early as midnight on day 2 and as late as day 4. Look for green or tan stones that float in the toilet due to their cholesterol content.

Since this cleanse uses apple juice, the stones will be very soft.

If you would like to examine your stones, save them in a freezer, or send them to a laboratory for testing, choose a liver cleanse that does not use apples or malic acid.

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