What Should my Movements Look Like? My Poop is Yellow Liquid, Hard and Rubbery

When you do the SWF, your movements will be dark yellowish with chunks of rubbery matter. It will be very dark the first movement of the day, and become more and more yellow as the “Dark Matter” is eliminated (no, that isn’t from physics).

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  1. Rob C. September 3, 2012 at 9:03 am #

    I just started Day 1 of the cleanse. I figured it was the right time as I’m on vacation, and can make the trips to the bathroom as well as ease into this first week before I go back to work. I did the salt water flush this morning, had a normal stool followed by very watery stools- Is this normal ??

  2. Dwayne June 27, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    I’m on Day 1. Had the laxative last nite. Are vitamins ok to take while on the diet…?

  3. Theresa June 26, 2012 at 10:58 am #

    On day 7 of the cleanse. I haven’t had the normal amount of movements ever since day 3 or 4. Since about day 3 or 4 I may have had 2-3 movements total. I also do not eat meat, does that play a factor in movements. Is it possible that I may be doing something wrong since I’m not going as frequent as I should?

  4. Theresa June 25, 2012 at 7:56 pm #


    I’m on day 6 of the cleanse & I noticed that after about day 3 or 4, my movements have slowedddd down. Since day 3 or 4 I have gone maybe twice or three times at most. Is this normal? I also do not eat meat, is this also a factor in movements? Is it possible that I’m doing something wrong?

  5. Stephanie August 5, 2011 at 3:19 pm #

    Just want to know if I can do this for 30 days. I am on day seven and having no problem other than needing to eliminate. I did the SWC for the first three days, then tried the betonite clay liquid, 1TBS in a warm cup of laxative tea for the last 4 days, but no results. So, tomorrow, I will have to get up extra early to do the SWC (by the way it takes almost 1 full TBS of salt for me0. Has anyone gone more than ten days in the diet?

  6. Christin August 2, 2011 at 4:54 am #

    On Day 5 of cleanse. Curious about BM’s I am on day 5 and have only been passing bile (with the exception of day one) Im wondering if that is normal? I was kind of expecting to pass all kinds of weird things and impacted stool etc. like other ppl I have read about. Would appreciate any feedback!

    • Marcia August 2, 2011 at 8:22 pm #

      Hi Christin –

      As long as you are doing the Salt Water Flush every day, then everything is probably just fine. SWF is a very important part of the cleanse (in my opinion.)


  7. Cindy July 25, 2011 at 9:43 am #

    How many movements should I have in a day?

  8. Suzanne April 19, 2011 at 4:39 pm #

    Going to start tomorrow.

  9. Rory Pleiades April 9, 2011 at 11:18 pm #

    Hello! This is my 3rd day of my MC, and I’m doing the SWF twice a day- once early in the morning after I wake up on an empty stomach; and the 2nd time is during the night. The SWF worked, but i expelled liquid all the time, like diarrhea. At first it would be dark, but it turned yellowish brown later on. (I’m sorry for the gross details..) Is this normal?

    • Zaby July 23, 2011 at 8:03 am #


      Sorry that it seems noone has gotten back to you as you are probably done with your cleanse. I am currently on Day 7 of the MC and have been doing this cleanse once or twice a year since 2003.

      To answer your question, YES, that is normal. Eventually, I don’t even get dark matter as the SWF and laxatives in the evening do their job well of flushing the intestines. You might want to try the laxative at night for your next cleanse because I have found that it loosens the intestinal matter and the SWF in the AM flushes it out with more ease.

      Happy Cleansing.

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