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Detoxing with Multiple Sclerosis

liver_detox.JPG If I have MS, should I do the liver and blood detox together as recommended or separately to be on the safe side?

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Question:

I am scheduled to begin the Liver detox. MY FIRST DETOX !!! I just ordered the intestinal detox package to begin my colon detox before the liver detox and blood cleansing as recommended. My question is: I have MS, and I need to start slowly. I don’t want it to be too much of a shock to the body since this is my first detox.

Since the detox pack includes the metal detox;
– Should I do the metal detox and the intestinal detox at the same time to be safe?
– Should I do the liver and blood detox together as recommended or separately to be on the safe side?

Answer:

Whenever you have a physical “condition,” it’s always best to err on the side of caution. There’s nothing that says the intestinal detox and the heavy metal detox have to be done together. It’s just that they’re complementary and easy to do together. Likewise, the blood and liver detox. They’re just easy to do together.

Listen to your body and play it as it goes. Start with a scoop a day of the Intestinal Detoxifier formula. Do that for a week, and if you feel good, you can start bringing in the Metal Magic – or not.

When you later do the liver detox, you have the same option; although when it comes to the Liver Tincture and the Blood Support, it’s almost an “in for a penny, in for a pound” kind of thing. As far as your body is concerned, there probably isn’t a lot of difference in how you’re going to feel doing one or both at the time. But then again, there’s nothing that says you can’t do the liver detox and use just the liver tincture and liver tea – and then, when that detox is over and the tinctures are all gone in 5-6 days, start up with the the blood detox.

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