Liver and Gallbladder Flush

Since we’ve been reviewing the cleansing methods for the body it’s time to share the liver and gallbladder flush.

Over the years I have learned so much from my patients. I vividly remember the lady who introduced me to the liver and gallbladder flush.

For years she was plagued with chronic and sometimes severe pain in the right upper portion of her abdomen. That happens to be where the gallbladder is located. After using this liver and gallbladder flush all of her chronic pain went away because she passed so many gallstones.

That made me a believer.

But you cannot enter into this cleansing method lightly. You see you run the risk of getting one of those gallstones stuck in the bile duct. If that happens it can be real trouble, sending you to the doctor for surgical intervention. And none of us want that.

On the other hand, I’ve known many people who have used this flush and it’s worked great for them. Back in the early years of my detoxification process I too flushed out all lot of soft waxy gallstones using this method.

The secret to staying out of trouble relies on the preparation the week before the actual flush. Drinking apple juice and taking the supplements softens the gallstones transforming them into pliable masses that can get through the bile duct.

Also be sure to have the coffee enema prepared ahead of time in case you start having cramping pain in the right upper portion of your abdomen indicating the stones having trouble getting through the bile duct. Administer the coffee enema right away because it violates the bile duct and the most likely allow the stone to pass.

Here’s the disclaimer:

    You enter into this liver and gallbladder flush at your own risk.

Always consult with your doctor in regard to any health issues or procedures.

On the other hand, I want to share this liver and gallbladder flush with you because it has helped so many people.

Liver and Gallbladder Flush

Day 1 thru 7: Eat your normal meals.

Drink 1 quart per day of raw apple juice diluted with 1-quart of water.

30 drops of Phosfood Liquid (from Standard Process) 3 times per day, (dilute in large glass of water or apple juice since it is very acidic).

3 tablets of magnesium glycinate (the glycinate form of magnesium prevents diarrhea), 3 times per day with meals.

Cholaplex (from Standard Process) 2, 3 or 4 tabs 3 times per day with meals.

(If diarrhea occurs decrease amount of magnesium to 2 tablets or less 3 times per day. You may have to decrease Cholaplex also.)

Day 8:

Take a coffee enema in the morning.

Eat a normal lunch about 12 noon.

At 3:00 PM take 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in warm water.

At 5:00 PM take 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts dissolved in warm water.

At 6:00 PM eat a large fruit salad with whipped whipping cream.

At bedtime take:

30 drops of Phosfood Liquid in water or juice.

Mix together:

½ cup – (4 oz.) olive oil

½ cup – (4 oz.) lemon juice or apple juice

1 tablespoon of Epsom salts

4 tablespoons of aloe vera can prevent nausea.

Have coffee made for enema.

Place a castor oil pack over liver:

Saturate a piece of flannel or diaper with castor oil.

Place it against skin over the right upper abdomen

Cover with piece of plastic

Place a hot water bottle or heating pad over the castor oil pack.

Go to bed and rest.

Day 9:

Take a coffee enema.

1-2 hours after enema take 99-mg. of potassium.


Stones should be seen in results of enema. They are waxy and often float. If you don’t see stones with the first liver and gallbladder flush, repeat it in 2-3 weeks. Some people don’t see stones until the second flush and need to do several flushes to get them all out.

The magnesium and apple juice in day 1-7 help soften the stones in the gallbladder so they will move down the bile duct easily. Phosfood and Cholaplex help, but you may have trouble getting them since Standard Process products are only sold to health care practitioners. You can do this flush without them. Some people do the gallbladder flush without doing day 1-7 routine. However, the softer the stones, the more pliable they will be and more likely to pass easily. So I recommend doing day 1-7 regimen.

The risk of doing this flush is that a stone will get caught in the bile duct and cause obstruction. That means a lot of pain and a medical intervention.

If you start developing pain, take another coffee enema. The coffee dilates the bile duct, which should help the stone pass.



1 quart distilled water

Freshly ground coffee (Keep in freezer after grinding.)

(It’s best to have coffee beans ground at the store, but if unable to find whole coffee beans, use canned coffee, still keep it in the freezer after opening.)

2 tablespoons Black Strap Molasses

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar (possibly)


Boil 2 to 4 tablespoons of coffee in 1 quart of distilled water for 5 minutes. Then simmer for 5 minutes more. Allow to cool and strain out the grounds, reserving the liquid coffee.

Dilute the coffee liquid with distilled water until you have 1 quart.

Add 2 tablespoons of Black Strap Molasses.

Use an enema bucket with a colon tube if possible so the tube can be inserted gently about six inches into the colon after lubricating it.

Clamp the tubing. Then pour the coffee mixture into the enema bucket. Lubricate the end of tube that will be inserted into the rectum. Lie down on your left side and insert the colon tube gently about 6 inches into the colon.

Let the enema flow into the colon over about 15 to 20 minutes. You should have no rectal pressure to evacuate unless you are letting it in too fast.

Leave the enema in the colon about 20 to 45 minutes. You may shift positions as below if you get uncomfortable:

Lie on left side for 5 to 15 minutes.

Lie on back or on all fours for 5 to 15 minutes.

Lie on right side for 5-15 minutes.

If you develop gas 2 to 3 hours after the enema, then add 1 or 2 tablespoons of vinegar to the next enema.

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4 Comments On “Liver and Gallbladder Flush”

belinda pomerleau

belinda pomerleau

20 March 2011

I know i have a stone. per xray. Can I do this clense if my gall bladder has been removed?

Dr Jo

Dr Jo

21 March 2011

Is your stone in the bile duct or liver since your gallbladder is gone? The flush works only to flush stones out of the liver, bile ducts or gallbladder. I can’t say specifically if it would work for you. However, many people have flushed stones out fo the bile duct and liver with this flush. If you decide to do it, be sure to soften the stone with the procedures the week before the flush.



11 February 2014

Your wrote: “3 tablets of magnesium glycinate (the glycinate form of magnesium prevents diarrhea), 3 times per day with meals.”

Why would magnesium glycinate facilitate liver/gallbladder flush?

How would it compare to other types of magn supplements?

Thank you.


Dr. Jo

Dr. Jo

24 February 2014

The magnesium helps to soften the stones. The glycinate form allows people to take higher doses of magnesium than the other forms because it does not stimulate diarrhea with the higher dosages like the other forms do.
Dr. Jo

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