Detox and The Salt Water Flush

The SWF might be the hardest part of the Master Cleanse, but it doesn’t have to be. It is essential to the cleanse because it facilitates the detox by flushing your system. What is working and what is not working. How are your movements? Are they successful? What do they look like? Are they getting lighter or darker? Are the becoming more frequent? Do you have other signs of detoxing, like breakouts or white tongue? The Master Cleanse is about Detox and daily eliminations are critical to the success of the cleanse. Is this Detox Diet successful so far?

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649 Responses to Detox and The Salt Water Flush

  1. Jazzie October 21, 2014 at 8:16 pm #

    Day two…This morning’s saltwater flush went well just like yesterday. I did notice a difference though in my BM’s. Yesterday it was very watery and brown, but today It was thicker even though I didn’t eat any solid food yesterday. And it was less, I was expecting more to come out. It had almost a sick smell to it. I only pooped the one time but I do feel cleaner on the inside. I think that I will continue the saltwater flush since I see all of the benefits that it has. Not to sound gross but I wonder what it will be like in the morning since I haven’t had solid food in two days.

  2. mimi October 21, 2014 at 9:52 am #

    It’s day 2 and this morning was my first SWF. It was not at all unpleasant for me as I do like my salt. It took a few gulps to get down. I think brushing my teeth first helped. I laid on my right side for 30 mins and I did use the loo but not as long as i had thought (hoped). It was mostly watery with a few lumps and very dark brown.
    Hunger wise i am doing A LOT better than i thought. I did feel deprived yesterday at lunch time but i quickly saw that if i listened to my stomach i realised it was all in my head.
    No headaches so far but boy am i cold.

  3. Jazzie October 20, 2014 at 9:49 pm #

    This was my first time doing the saltwater flush, and OMG! I was not expecting the results that I experienced. I didn’t have a hard time getting the saltwater down in fact it was fairly easy. When they say that it would take 50-60 minutes to have a reaction that’s exactly how much time it took. I was nervous because I drank the mixture before leaving for work this morning and had a 35 minute drive to work, by the time I got to work I started experiencing the rumblings in my tummy. I was like, “Could this be it?!” I don’t know why I was so excited, I guess it was like a truth was being revealed coupled with the idea of getting all that gunk out of my system. For the sake of being groddy, let’s just say the results were extraordinary. I felt so light. I can’t wait until tomorrow.

  4. MB October 20, 2014 at 7:56 am #

    I did the swf but I did not experience the same effect that I did in July, I really had to push myself to drink it but it had no effects. The only difference is that I did it last night around 7-8pm and during the summer I did it in the morning. Tomorrow I will make sure I do it first thing in the morning to see if the time I did the swf had something to do with its effects.

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