The small and large intestines are cleansed using Magnesium Oxide.
The question is, how long does it take for a complete cleanse of the small and large intestine using magnesium oxide? As soon as we finish with the intestines, we will begin the cleanse of the bile duct and the gall bladder.
Colon hydrotherapy or colema is the main method of colon cleansing that I promote, and it involves using a colema board, followed by two to three back to back water enemas, using about a liter or two liters. This is the fastest way to do liver and gall bladder flushes and it is also the preferred method. It can take a long time to use any other method.
It is difficult to say how long it will take for it to break down thicker matter in the large and small intestine, because magnesium oxides like colosan and oxy-powder are an oral cleanser and work on the small and large intestine.
I would suggest that a person do either a colon hydrotherapy, a colema, or two to three back to back water enemas instead of using colosan or oxy powder which are magnesium oxides, for a person who is doing a liver flush. When your colon is clean, it is a good sign that you are ready for the liver flush, because you feel very flat and empty there. You can achieve that within a matter of forty-five minutes, much more quickly, and it is not very unpleasant either. Colosan or oxy-powder will cause you to develop liquid stools, similar to a colonic or colema, if you take it for a long time. If you want to get rid of any stones that may have accumulated in the colon during the time of the liver flush, you should do colosan on the day of the liver flush and again two to three days after. I strongly recommend that you don’t use magnesium oxides for that purpose, but use the wash out as available through a colon hydrotherapy or colema, or if that is not available, a couple of enemas, if you don’t have magnesium oxides.
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