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Intestinal cleansing by laxative effect with magnesium sulfate

Intestinal cleansing

Intestines cleansing using the laxative method:

Here's what Andreas Moritz writes in his book :

" Another method of cleansing, which uses Epsom salt, cleanses not only the colon but also the small intestine. This may become necessary if you have major difficulties absorbing food, have repeated kidney/bladder congestion, experience severe constipation, or are simply unable to do a colonic. For 3 weeks, add a teaspoon (5 g) of oral Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) to a glass of warm water and drink this first thing in the morning.
This oral enema flushes your entire digestive tract and colon, from top to bottom, usually within an hour, prompting you to eliminate several times. It clears out even some of the plaque and debris from the intestines walls, along with the parasites that have been living there...

This method is the simplest to implement and the least expensive. We can begin with this to kick of the liver cleansing, that's what I did.

Magnesium sulfate (also known as Epsom salt)
You can also put it in the bath for a relaxing and detoxifying effect, 200 to 300 gr dissolved in a hot bath. Please note that non-food grade magnesium sulfate can be found on the Internet, only available for external use (relaxing bath) and not for internal use.

Available from:    link to magnesium sulfate

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