Materials: 1 gallon apple juice
2 ounces orthophosphoric acid (Phosfood
from Standard Process or Ortho
phos from Nutra-Dyn)
Enema bag and colon tube
Whipping cream and berries
1. Add one bottle (2 ounces) of
orthophosphoric acid to the gallon of apple juice. Shake and refrigerate. Over
the next three to ve days, drink the gallon of juice (3 to 4 8-ounce glasses a
day) between meals. Be sure to rinse your mouth out with baking soda and/or
brush your teeth after drinking the juice to prevent the acid from damaging the
teeth. Eat normally during the liver ush.
2. On the day following whatever
day you nish the gallon of juice, eat your normal breakfast and lunch.
3. Two hours after lunch, drink
12 tablespoons of Epsom Salts dissolved in warm water.
4. Four hours after lunch, do a one
pint coffee enema.
5. Five hours after lunch, drink 1
tablespoon of Epsom Salts dissolved in warm water.
6. Six or seven hours after lunch,
eat a dinner of heavy whipping cream and frozen or fresh berries as much
7. At bedtime, drink 1/2 cup of
olive oil. A small amount of orange, grapefruit, or lemon juice may be added if
desired. Immediately after drinking the oil, go to bed and lie on your right
side with knees drawn up for 30 minutes. You may feel nauseated during the
night. This is due to the release of stored toxins from the gallbladder and
liver. This is normal and a sign that the protocol is working.
8. Upon arising in the morning, do
a coffee enema.
The orthophosphoric acids helps remove calcium and lipids
(fats) from the arteries and normalizes cholesterol metabolism. The phosphoric
acid working with the malic acid found in apple juice dissolves and softens
gallstones. The magnesium in the Epsom Salts relaxes the sphincter of the
gallbladder and bile ducts, allowing for the easy passage of the softened,
shrunken stones. Finally, the cream and oil cause a strong contraction of the
gallbladder and liver, forcing out stored wastes, bile, and stones which easily
pass into the small intestine. These wastes and stones are then excreted.