G2Voice Broadcast #58 Why cleanse the liver? Sunday, October 22nd 10 AM CST at: www.g2voice.is
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The liver is the last stop of digestion before the blood from digestion enters the body to nourish the cells.
- I guess the title to this newsletter says it all! Everyone in the world knows how important and precious this organ of the body is. That is why it is called, the liver because you can’t “live” without one!
The portal venous system is responsible for directing blood from parts of the gastrointestinal tract to the liver. Substances absorbed in the small intestine travel first to the liver for processing before continuing to the heart. Not all of the gastrointestinal tract is part of this system. The system extends from about the lower portion of the esophagus to the upper part of the anal canal. It also includes venous drainage from the spleen and pancreas.
Many drugs that are absorbed through the GI tract are substantially metabolized by the liver before reaching general circulation. This is known as the first pass effect. As a consequence, certain drugs can only be taken via certain routes. For example, nitroglycerin cannot be swallowed because the liver would inactivate the medication, but it can be taken under the tongue or transdermal (through the skin) and thus is absorbed in a way that bypasses the portal venous system. Inversely, dextromethorphan, a cough suppressor, is best taken orally because it needs to be metabolised by the liver into dextrorphan in order to be effective. This latter principle is that of most prodrugs. The use of suppositories is a way to bypass partially the portal vein: the upper 1/3 of the rectum is drained into the portal vein while the lower 2/3 are drained into the internal iliac vein that goes directly in the inferior vena cava (thus bypassing the liver).
Blood flow to the liver is unique in that it receives both oxygenated and (partially) deoxygenated blood. As a result, the partial gas pressure of oxygen (pO2) and perfusion pressure of portal blood are lower than in other organs of the body. Blood passes from branches of the portal vein through cavities between "plates" of hepatocytes called sinusoids. Blood also flows from branches of the hepatic artery and mixes in the sinusoids to supply the hepatocytes with oxygen. This mixture percolates through the sinusoids and collects in a central vein which drains into the hepatic vein. The hepatic vein subsequently drains into the inferior vena cava. The hepatic artery provides 30 to 40% of the oxygen to the liver, while only accounting for 25% of the total liver blood flow. The rest comes from the partially deoxygenated blood from the portal vein. The liver consumes about 20% of the total body oxygen when at rest. That is why the total liver blood flow is quite high, at about 1 liter a minute and up to two litres a minute. That is on average one fourth of the average cardiac output at rest.
How The Liver Works
Weighing in at just over one kilogram, the liver is a complex chemical factory that works 24 hours a day. It processes virtually everything you eat, drink, breathe in or rub on your skin and that's just some of its over 500 different functions vital to life. So intramuscular injections and intravenous therapies don’t have the liver to protect these closed systems!
Every day, your liver helps your body by providing it with energy, fighting off infections and toxins, helping clot the blood, regulating hormones and much, much more. To give you an idea of the liver's critical roles,here is a partial list of its functions:Cleanses blood:
• metabolizing alcohol and other drugs and chemicals,
• neutralizing and destroying poisonous substances.
Regulates the supply of body fuel:
• producing, storing and supplying quick energy (glucose) to keep the mind alert and the body active,
• producing, storing and exporting fat.
Manufactures many essential body proteins involved in:
• transporting substances in the blood,
• clotting of blood,
• providing resistance to infection.
Regulates the balance of many hormones:
• sex hormones,
• thyroid hormones,
• cortisone and other adrenal hormones.
Regulates body cholesterol
• produces cholesterol, excretes and converts it to other essential substances.
Regulates the supply of essential vitamins and minerals such as iron and copper.
Produces bile which eliminates toxic substances from the body and aids digestion.
Diagram of the liver, gallbladder, stomach and pancreas
So to say the least, the liver is very important and needs to be working at its 100% efficiency. If the Liver is clogged or “dirty” it will not work correctly and eventually will cause a dis-eased Liver which in turn causes a multiplicity of problems in the body. I had done a Liver Flush 6 years ago and maybe 3 times since then. I had some stones come out by nothing like I just had recently! The one I basically followed was one found in the book, “The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush” by Andreas Moritz. Andreas dies in October of 2012. I Highly recommend this book: http://www.ener-chi.com/books/the-amazing-liver-gallbladder-flush/
I will show everyone EXACTLY what I did this Sunday on the G2Voice Broadcast. You can find all the G2Voice Broadcast videos on our G2Voice YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEc9FZVg408
Dr. Hulda Clark developed a Liver and Gallbladder Flush which is similar to the one Andreas writes about. Here is a link to Hulda Clark’s Flush
“Many people believe that gallstones can be found only in the gallbladder. This is a commonly made yet false assumption. Most gallstones are actually formed in the liver,and comparatively few occur in the gallbladder. You can easily verify
this assessment by giving yourself a liver flush. It matters little whether you are a layperson, a medical doctor, a scientist, or someone whose gallbladder was removed and, therefore, is believed to be stone free. The results of the liver flush speak for
themselves. No amount of scientific proof or medical explanation can make such a cleanse any more valuable than it already is. Once you see hundreds of green, beige-colored, brown, or black gallstones floating in the toilet bowl during your first liver flush, you will intuitively know that you are on to something extremely important in your life” - The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush by Andreas Moritz
“Gallstones in the liver are, indeed, one of the major reasons people become ill and have
difficulty recuperating from illness. The failure to recognize and accept the incidence of gallstone formation in the liver as an extremely common phenomenon may
very well be the most unfortunate oversight that has ever been made in the field of medicine, both orthodox and holistic. Relying so heavily on blood tests for diagnostic purposes, as conventional medicine does, may actually be a great disadvantage with regard to assessing liver health. Most people who have a physical complaint of one kind or another may show to have perfectly normal liver enzyme levels in the blood, despite
suffering from liver congestion. Liver congestion is among the leading health problems, yet conventional medicine rarely refers to it, nor do doctors have a reliable way to detect and diagnose such a condition”. - A. Moritz
The Liver has direct control over the growth and functioning of every cell in the body. Any kind of malfunction, deficiency, or abnormal growth pattern of the cell is largely due to poor liver
performance. Even when it has lost up to 60 percent of its original efficiency, the liver‘s extraordinary design and resourcefulness may still allow it to perform ―properly, as indicated by normal blood values. As misleading as this may be to the patient and his doctor, the origin of most diseases can
easily be traced to the liver. The first chapter of this book is dedicated to this vitally important connection. All diseases or symptoms of ill health are caused by an obstruction of some sort. For example, a blood capillary that is blocked can no longer deliver vital oxygen and nutrients to a
group of cells it is in charge of supplying. To survive, these cells will need to enforce specific survival measures. Of course, many of the afflicted cells will not live through the ―famine and will simply die off. Yet other, more resilient cells will adjust to this adverse situation through the process of cell mutation and learn to utilize trapped metabolic waste products, such as lactic acid, to cover their energy needs. These cells may be compared to a man in the desert who, for lack of water, relies on drinking his own urine in order to live a little longer than he would otherwise. Cell mutation leading to cancer is merely the body‘s final attempt to help prevent its demise through an overload of toxins and a collapsing organ structure. Although common practice, it is far-fetched to call the body‘s normal response to the accumulation of toxic waste matter and decomposing cell material a disease. Unfortunately, ignorance of the body‘s true nature has caused many to believe that this survival mechanism is an ―autoimmune disease. The word ―autoimmune suggests that the body attempts to attack itself and practically tries to commit suicide. Nothing could be further from the truth. Among other reasons, cancerous tumors result from major congestion in the connective tissues, blood vessel walls, and lymphatic ducts, all of which prevent healthy cells from receiving enough oxygen and
other vital nutrients. Other, more apparent obstructions can disrupt your well-being just as much. A constipated large intestine prevents the body from eliminating the waste products contained in feces. The holding back of fecal matter in the lower parts of the intestinal tract leads to a toxic environment in the colon and, if the situation is not resolved, in the entire body. - Andreas Moritz
Gallstones in the gallbladder may be made primarily of cholesterol, calcium, or pigments such as bilirubin. Cholesterol is the commonest component, but many of the stones are of mixed composition. Besides the above ingredients, gallstones may contain bile salts, water, and mucus, as well as toxins, bacteria, and, sometimes, dead parasites.
Locations of possible gallstone in the body
Stones in Gallbladder
Gallstones in Liver:
Gallstones in the Pancreatic duct:
Here are the photos from a liver flush I did 2 weeks ago. I had 4 bowel movements (evacuations) the next morning after the BIG drink the night before at 10 PM. Here is what came out, hundreds of gallstones!
1st Evacuation 5 AM 2nd Evacuation 6 A M
Note: These numbers are estimations
250 gallstones various sizes 150 small gallstones
3rdEvaucation 8 AM 4th Evacuation 10 AM
150 gallstones various sizes 50 gallstones
So, you can see I evacuated 500+ gallstones of various sizes! Those stones were either in my Gallbladder, Liver, Cystic duct, Common bile duct and maybe even in the Ambulla of the Pancreas or maybe all of the above!
Note: Remember, the congestion of gall stones in the the liver, gall bladder, and bile ducts will lead to the whole digestive system being compromised which leads to many of the following diseases. So, by eliminating the blockage to these organs and ducts these organs work correctly again which in turn relieves the digestive system and theses dis-eases and their symptoms are eliminated or CURED!!!
Gallstones in the Liver: A Major Health Risk
If you suffer any of the following symptoms, or similar conditions,
you most likely have numerous gallstones in your liver and gallbladder.
on the right
Nausea and vomiting
A ―bilious‖ or angry
Other sexual problems
Problems with vision
Any skin disorder
Liver spots, especially those on the back of the hands and facial area
Dizziness and fainting
Gallstones in the Liver: A Major Health Risk
Loss of muscle tone
Excessive weight or wasting
Strong shoulder and back pain
Pain at the top of a shoulder blade and/or between the shoulder blades
Dark color under the eyes
Tongue that is glossyor coated in white or yellow
Headaches and migraines
Tooth and gum problems
Yellowness of the eyes and skin
Numbness and paralysis of the legs
Multiple Sclerosis and fibromayalgia
Excessive heat and perspiration in the upper part of the body
Very greasy hair and hair loss
Cuts or wounds that keep bleeding and don‘t want to heal
Difficulty sleeping, insomnia Nightmares
Stiffness of joints and muscles
Hot and cold flashes
What Can I Expect from the Liver and Gallbladder Flush?
• A Disease Free Life
• Improved Digestion,Energy and Vitality
• Freedom from Pain
• A More Flexible Body
• Reversal of the Aging Process
• Inner and Outer Beauty
• Improved Emotional Health
• A Clearer Mind and Improved Creativity
The bottom line here about the Liver is that it needs to work and work well! The way I did the Liver Flush two weeks ago was very easy and doesn’t cost you more than a few bucks. You can get everything at the grocery store and pharmacy. I will show everyone EXACTLY what I did and how easy it was. Look at the photos again. I feel great and am going to do another one in two weeks then one a month until no more stones come out! Tune in LIVE, Sunday, October 22nd at 10 AM CST to the G2Voice Broadcast at: http://www.g2voice.is/ or watch the G2Voice Broadcasts at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEc9FZVg408 This week is our 58th Broadcast, “How to cleanse the Liver”.
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