Kidneys and liver

topic posted Thu, April 7, 2005 - 4:53 AM by  S.
sat naam!

i was wondering if anyone could give me some tips on methods for cleansing the kidneys and liver?

i did a trance dance ritual a week ago and my experience made it very clear to me that i need to do some serious purification in those parts of my body to allow my growth to continue.

thanks in advance,

all love,

sat deva s.
amsterdam, NL
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  • Re: Kidneys and liver

    Thu, April 14, 2005 - 9:56 PM
    Juicing is always an appealing means of cleansing. Beets particularly are powerful in cleansing both the kidneys and liver. Really research whatever process you choose though. Make sure you do it right...! I went into a near kidney failure Autumn before last while doing a long-ish fast. The kidneys and liver are both filters, meaning they'll be working extra hard to get rid of those toxins. So, if extra means aren't taken to flush those toxins,(colonics for example), this CAN happen. Especially if you're feeling these areas are compromised.

    Love and light,
    Sandpoint, ID
  • Re: Kidneys and liver

    Mon, April 18, 2005 - 3:41 PM
    Here's a great, super easy kidney cleanse (big love to Sant Singh for this one):

    The following ingredients are used in the Kidney Stone recipe...

    * 1/4 cup dried Hydrangea root

    * 1/4 cup Gravel root

    * 1/4 cup Marshmallow root

    * 1/4 cup Cleaver ’s herb

    * 1/4 cup Uva Ursi leaves

    ** Vegetable glycerin

    ** Goldenrod tincture (leave this out of the recipe if you are allergic to it)

    *** 1 large bunch of fresh parsley

    ** Ginger capsules (if unavailable in capsules - buy crystallized ginger root and eat a couple of pieces when capsules are indicated).

    ** Vitamin B6, 250 mg

    ** Magnesium oxide tablets, 300 mg

    * Purchase these items at a herbal supply house

    ** You purchase these items in a local health food store. It saves you transportation and they are easily obtainable everywhere.

    *** Purchase this item at your local fruit and/or vegetable store.

    Note: The original Hulda Clark formula included Black Cherry concentrate. The reason was not given but it would have provided only a better taste to the herbal tea. We removed it because it is virtually impossible to obtain fresh juice without the cane sugar additives.

    Measure and set the roots to soak, together in 10 cups of cold tap water, using a non-metal container and a non-metal lid (a dinner plate will do). After soaking for four (4) hours (overnight is better) and heat this mixture to boiling and simmer it for 20 minutes. Drink a 1/4 cup as soon as it is cool enough. Pour the rest through a bamboo strainer (non-metal) into a sterile pint jar (glass container) and several freezable containers. Refrigerate the glass jar.

    Boil the fresh parsley, after rinsing, in 1 quart of water for three minutes. Drink 1/4 cup when cool enough. Because parsley spoils more rapidly than the root mixture, refrigerate a pint and freeze 1 pint. Throw away the rest of the parsley.

    Each morning, pour together 3/4 cup of the root mixture and 1/2 cup parsley water, filling a large mug. Add 20 drops of Goldenrod tincture and 1 tablespoon of glycerin. Drink this mixture in divided doses throughout the day. Keep cold. Do not drink it all at once or you will get a stomach ache and feel pressure in your bladder. If your stomach is very sensitive, or you know that you have kidney stones, or are over 70 years old or sense pressure in the bladder, do only half this dose or less (see above for caution notice).

    Save the roots after the first boiling, storing them in the freezer. When your supply runs low, boil them a second time, but add only six (6) cups water and simmer for only 10 minutes.

    You may cook the roots a third time if you wish, but the recipe gets less potent. If your problem is severe, only cook the roots twice. Also take:

    Ginger (capsules): one with each meal - three (3) per day

    Vitamin B6 (250 mg): one per day

    Magnesium oxide (300 mg): one per day

    Take these supplements just before your meal to avoid burping.

    Additional notes regarding this recipe:
    This herbal tea, as well as the parsley, can easily spoil. Heat it to boiling every fourth day if it is being stored in the refrigerator; this sterilizes it. If you sterilize it in the morning you can take it to work without refrigeration (use a glass container).

    When you order your herbs from your own source, be careful! All herb companies are not the same! These roots should have a strong fragrance. If the ones you are about to buy are barely fragrant, they have lost their active ingredients and potency; switch to another alternate supplier. Fresh roots can be used. Do not use powdered herbs.
    • S.
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      Re: Kidneys and liver

      Tue, April 19, 2005 - 2:23 AM
      thanks for the information; i will give it a try and let you know...


      • Re: Kidneys and liver

        Wed, April 20, 2005 - 12:18 AM
        I forgot to tell you... the cleanse should be done with some dietary restrictions - nothing with lots of oxalic acid - tea, chocolate, spinach, beet greens etc. And iobviously - no fatty or fried, no meat, no sugar, white flour, or coffee.
      • Re: Kidneys and liver

        Wed, April 27, 2005 - 9:10 PM
        Dr. Shultz is a herbalist evangalist who has a very simple kidney and liver cleanse as well as a bowel cleanse. He's the bomb and definatel;y worth checking out. All 100% herbs all 100% organic. He is at He's your man...
        Good luck. K.I.S.S.