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Liver Flushing

Today I did my 5th liver flush. It was my first flush that was not preceded and followed by a session of colon hydro theraphy and it still worked:). I got the biggest stone out that I have seen so far, about as big as at least 4 almonds. The other stones I saw, about 15 to 20 of them, were about as big as sunflower seeds without the shells. Maybe I see more tomorrow. Other than that I did not feel really sick the morning after, felt normal again 4 hours after I got up and slept quite good. Experienced an increase in energy again.

In the past I have always taken very low doses of EPSOM salts. This time around I got some magnesiumcitrate which can be used as a substitute and tastes a lot better.

How do you guys get the EPSOM salts down, do you take them with juice?

I am asking this question, because I have a theory that the magnesium plays a big part, besides releasing the stones, in healing me. EPSOM salts are used externally against acne and blackheads. They are supposed to have anti-inflammatory properties.

Magnesium in general calms down, improves quality of sleep. It is used in many processes in the body and most people are deficient in magnesium. I know that I have a problem with my fat-metabolism, something with which magnesium helps as well. Although I eat a 60% to 70% raw food diet, I believe that I might have been magnesium deficient for the most part of my life, although blood tests do not tell, therefore I want to start supplementing the stuff. Does anyone know which form of magnesium is best absorbed by the body?

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Magnesium citrate actually. But it's strongly laxative, so it's hard to take every day, you'll constantly be "flushing". I figured that out after about 4 days on the stuff, lol.

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but many people seem to take it as a daily supplement. what kind of magnesium that is easily absorbed by the body would you recommend?

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I take Natural Calm, magnesium citrate supplement in powder form. I put it in hot water and drink before bed. I really like it. It's become a nightly routine.

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