A liver flush is also known as a gallbladder flush or cleanse, and it's used to get rid of gallstones.
While there's no scientific evidence that liver flushes are effective, there's anecdotal evidence that they are. In theory, the liver flush breaks up any existing gallstones or prevents the formation of new ones, then gets rid of them via stool.
If your gallstones are bothering you, see your doctor and discuss your interest in doing a liver flush.
Just keep in mind that cleanses can be harmful to your body if done incorrectly and enemas should only be performed by trained professionals.
This flush is one of the most powerful ways to cleanse the body, improve energy levels and regain long-lost wellbeing and vitality.
This protocol can be found in the pages of Andreas Mortiz’ book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush. If you are serious about doing this cleanse, Citycare highly recommend reading it as it will help you to understand not just what to do but why you are doing it. It is also a wonderful resource for when you have questions mid-cleanse.
Our specialists will follow this protocol for your well-being.
Gallstones severely disrupt the performance of the liver, which has over 500 functions, which is why doing a flush is one of the most important things you could ever do for your health. Cleaning your liver can add years to your life, reverse or slow down the aging process and heal your body on a deeper level than you ever thought possible. Many people who have done a series of these flushes see remarkable changes in all areas of their health, some even being healed of stubborn illnesses that they lived with for years !