The Master Cleanse Roadmap

The Master Cleanse Roadmap is your quickstart guide to what The Master Cleanse is, and exactly how to do it (technically). While the steps are easy, getting through them can be much more challenging, and so to honor the most common experiences on each day along the way, we created this Infographic and Report.

This Roadmap to The Master Cleanse is meant to outline the major steps to The Master Cleanse from a very high level of detail. There is much more to learn about each of these following topics. Fortunately there are many resources for us (most of which are free), so that we might better understand this remarkable process towards long-term health and lifestyle choices –while losing weight and gaining clarity along the way. This Roadmap is not meant to explain these finer details. Please see the website for more information.

  1. What is The Master Cleanse
  2. Before The Master Cleanse
  3. Starting The Master Cleanse: Ease-In
  4. The Lemonade Diet
  5. Stopping The Master Cleanse: Ease-Out
  6. After The Master Cleanse

The Master Cleanse Day-by-Day Report

Accompanying the Roadmap is The Master Cleanse Roadmap Report. This report details the specific points of the Roadmap, the days of the Ease-In, Lemonade Diet, and Ease-Out in a 70 page report of how each day is different for each cleanser and for each different time cleansing. It’s always a little different, but over the years and thousands of group cleansers, we've found a few common obstacles that tend to fall on common days.

Living Day-to-Day is the way to make it through The Master Cleanse. When I think about the 8 days ahead of me I can get discouraged. The mountain to climb seems too high; the wall in front of me too high to climb. When I come back into the moment, I am able to let that worry pass into the activity of the day and then this 1 day isn’t so bad. I begin to realize how good I feel rather than how much I want a cookie, or a beer, or anything but a glass of spicy lemonade.!

  • Day 1 – The Bandwagon:
    • “Its really easy to jump on this bandwagon – Beware the hype and false expectations”
  • Day 2 – Healing Crisis – Breakdowns:
    • There is a saying: “Sick in, Sick out”. Be prepared to have cold and flu like symptoms as you detox.
  • Day 3 – Healing Events – Breakthroughs:
    • “Lingering feelings from the Crisis of Day 3 fades quickly into a manageable event”
  • Day 4 – Breakthroughs:
    • The struggles of the first 3 days always breaks into a movement of serenity when you begin to realize that “I can do this, I feel great”.
  • Day 5 – Humpday:
    • “Halfway there, and over the hump to a new you, physically and mentally”
  • Day 6 – Pitfalls:
    • “Starting to feel better, but still a long way down the home stretch”
  • Day 7 – The Wall:
    • “7 Days is good enough”, or “I can’t go any further” are common cries when one hits The Wall at Day 7
  • Day 8 – The Corner:
    • “Starting to feel better, but still 2 full days down the home stretch”
  • Day 9 – Cleansers High:
    • “Often talked about clarity of the cleansers high begins to become apparent for many”
  • Day 10 – The End?:
    • “Congrats you did it! Now the joy of new flavors OR maybe you should you extend your cleanse?”

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69 Responses to The Master Cleanse Roadmap

  1. Roxanne August 25, 2015 at 10:00 am #

    Hello! Can we drink filtered plain water to the Master Cleanse ?
    As much as I want ?

    • Mike Olaski September 4, 2015 at 4:01 am #

      Yes, filtered water will do, but look for natural spring water if you can.

      Yes you can drink as much water as you want, but keep in mind too much water is not that good for you either. I recommend, for each glass of lemonade 2 glasses water.

  2. Ashwathy August 7, 2015 at 8:19 am #

    I m nt able to get maple syrup in any of the shops it ok if i just hav lemon with salt water,,around 10-12 glasses per day??

    • Ashley January 25, 2017 at 9:29 pm #

      No, you need the dark maple syrup for the calories and nutrients. You can easily get it online.

  3. valerie June 16, 2015 at 1:34 pm #

    I am on day 4. Had a small BM today. I am wondering if this is because there has been no solid food eaten? Should I continue with the lax tea? If nothing is going in, what should be coming out?

  4. valerie June 16, 2015 at 8:27 am #

    I am on the 4th day. I had a very small BM, but I am wondering if that is simply because there has been no solid food in my stomach for this long? Why is the tea necessary for 10 days, if there is no solid food going in…..what is supposed to come out?

  5. Anna April 22, 2015 at 10:57 am #

    I do both the laxative and the SWF. The SWF gives you a whole different/additional BM experience than the BM in the morning from the laxative tea the night before.

  6. Elle April 15, 2015 at 7:09 am #

    Hi! I’m on the morning of my 3rd day and the laxative nighttime tea seems to be working to produce a small bowel movement in the morning. I’m willing to do a salt water flush but wondering if it’s worth doing after already producing a bowel movement in the morning?

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