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 Post subject: Re: Thoughts, Recommendations, Links & Resources
PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2012 1:37 pm 

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Welcome Sarah 77 - so glad to have you here...You are going to love the MC..

Might I suggest you starting your own journal on the Journal/Blog section - that way it's just yours and we can all go comment and read about your journey. It's also something that, if you choose to in the future, you could look back on your experience. :D

We are having tons of fun here at this forum and I think you'll find a ton of experience, support, and great people.... :D :P :lol: 8) :mrgreen: :wink:

It's true the MC does bring so many benefits, and losing weight is one we all want, but it's truly a bonus on top of the other great stuff!

Wishing you the best of luck and looking forward to following your journey :wink:

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 Post subject: just here to help!
PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 8:10 pm 

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Greetings to all! There's some super-good advice on this thread!

I completed The Master Cleanser for the first time in 2002 as a companion to my client who had just had a massive stroke. She completely recovered, and that is NOT the whole story!

The idea spread like wildfire among my clientele, and since then I've acted as "supervisor" to nearly 80 people participating in The Master Cleanser. I successfully completed it myself another two times in the following two years. First cleanse: 29 days until I was forced to stop because of a crisis in family which required travel. Big Mistake! Second cleanse (six months later): 19 days until my tongue was completely pink for 24 hours. Third (a year later): 17 days. Why haven't I repeated it? Because I've recovered from cancer twice, and survived liver failure without any drugs, radiation, or surgeries and have found so many other ways to maintain my health that aren't nearly so much effort!

If my client isn't in a life-threatening situation, I recommend they do NOT attempt the Master Cleanser because of the things we've seen AFTER 40 days... our record at this point is 59 days and she didn't even start to pass worms until Day 45 but her tongue wasn't pink (not even close) and she was determined to stick with it because of a chronic bladder issue. She's approaching age 70 and has been an RN for many years.

I have so little time to devote to this forum, despite the need. I was invited to join because of my experience. Please read my previous posts and please read my book (which was JUST finished and is available on my website for about what it costs for me to mail it to you). I'm not just out to make a buck! (give me a break... what would I have to gain by offering misinformation here, when I was asked to join the Advisory team in order to help correct misinformation?

I just don't have time to offer comments on everything I'm reading here! I do, however, have plenty of experience which is all available through my website and I don't know if I can sell my book here or not but have way too much on my plate to address all of the comments.

Please just understand that I'm not out to "take your money" and don't really have time for any new clients, and love The Master Cleanser for any life-threatening situation but it breaks my heart to see how many people may be making themselves even sicker by SOME of the information that's floating around the web!

I'll pray for you all! and I'm just here to help -Ears 2 R Health!

 Post subject: Re: Thoughts, Recommendations, Links & Resources
PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2013 1:18 pm 

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I was wondering if me not taking any laxative the first 3 days messes up the the cleanse? I was able to go once yesterday n once this morning. I just found out that I was suppose to be taking a laxative as well and bought some psyllium. would you know what the measurements of it I need to take?

 Post subject: Re: Thoughts, Recommendations, Links & Resources
PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:20 pm 

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Thanks for so much useful information! It was really helpful for me! I have read the information using links given by users here and knew a lot of things that I hadn't known before concerning this sphere.

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 Post subject: Re: Thoughts, Recommendations, Links & Resources
PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:20 pm 

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SHC wrote:
Here are some thoughts and recommendations based on my MC fast so far as well as what I found most useful from my initial research of the many other threads and articles I've read...

* Vary the lemonade. Try limes (I liked them better than lemons), make it over ice, drink it as a hot toddy at night.

* Try taking the cayenne as a "shot" separately from the lemonade. For me it's easier and the lemonade is then MUCH more enjoyable. I put the 1/10 tsp. cayenne into a little water (approx 1 tbls.) and "shoot" it immediately before it gets any hotter. Then I can take my time enjoying the lemonade right after. I'm sure it gets mixed inside. If you're worried jump up and down to mix it after you finish (a little joke)!

* Try to drink the lemonade on a schedule of every 2-3 hours. It keeps the blood sugar level constant and reduces/eliminates cravings. If you still have cravings and are taking less than the 2 tbls. of maple syrup (I use only 1 tbls to increase the weight loss) then add more syrup. If you still have hunger take the next drink sooner. Make sure you drink at least 6 x 8oz of them each day even if your not hungry.

* Get the best quality organic lemons/limes you can find regardless of the cost. The smaller, thin skinned lemons are ideal! Even if you spend $1 or more per lemon it is still a lot less than what you spend on one meal you would normally eat. If you can't find them, really scrub non-organic lemonslimes to remove the pesticide. Unfortunately, no one knows how much pesticide or chemical fertalizer gets absorbed throught the fruit's skin.

* Celtic Sea Salt Fine Ground (Whole Foods) is a GREAT non-iodized salt for the SWF!

* Start drinking lemonade about a 30-45 minutes after you drink the SWF. It seems to speed things along.

* Try Smooth Move Chocolate flavor. It tastes pretty good, has no chocolate (it's a tea) and works just as well.

* Drink a LOT of water. You hear/read that all the time about every fast and every diet but it's even more important on the MC. It helps flush out the toxins and keeps you feeling full.

* Shower/bathe often, at least twice a day. Your skin is the largest organ of your body and it excretes toxins even if you're not sweating. Wash those bad boys away and make both your inside and outside "sparkly"!

* Try using a tongue scraper & brush often especially during the first days or until your tongue turns pink.

* Exercise every day. You'll feel SO MUCH better as well as have that motivational endorphan rush. Try to work up a good sweat as it helps increase the excretion of toxins. If you can't do a workout at least go for a long walk.

Favorite Herbal Teas (Caffeine Free):
* Choice Organic Peppermint
* Numi Organic Moroccan Mint
* Celestial Seasonings Decaf Mandarian Orchard Green Tea
* Twinings Peach & Passion Fruit Herbal Tea (great cold as an iced tea!)


Stages of Fasting:

Coming off the MC:

Go Veg:

Veggie World:

Raw Food Site:

Bio K (Probiotic):

Water Calculator: ... ulator.htm

Kari Jo's 40 day Juice/MC (inspirational!) thread:

NYT Article: ... ref=slogin

Reading Material:
* The Master Cleanse by Stanely Burroughs - The "bible"

* Skinny Bitch by Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin - Two young, hip girls gave it that title to be cool and sell books but it is in fact a great, well researched book about how your body processes food and even more important how that food is processsed by the food industry. It's an eye opener (especially the sections on the Meat, Chicken and Dairy industry) and even if you don't become a Vegan (I didn't) it will change your thinking and your life!

* You on a Diet - The NYT current best seller. Not really for the diet BUT pages 209-231 have a fantastic, low-impact set of exercises that you can do at home during the MC. They focus on the waist and large muscles. Read it in the bookstore and take notes. :-)

* Raw un-cookbooks recommeded by Kari Jo:
Raw in Ten Minutes
The Raw Gourmet

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