Master Cleanse Directions - The Salt Water Flush Recipe For Master Cleanse

One of the main components of the Master Cleanse detoxification fast is the salt water flush. This is a separate drink from the lemon and maple syrup concoction that you use throughout the day. Instead, the salt water flush is only taken first thing in the morning and it is designed to clear your bowels of any additional crud.

The Salt water flush recipe is pretty simple. It consists of:

  • 1 quart of lukewarm or room temperature water;
  • 2 level teaspoons of sea salt


And you do want to make sure that you are using sea salt and not your standard table salt. Sea salt is not iodized, while table salt is and you need the non-iodized salt to do the flush properly. Most people find the taste of the salt water flush distasteful, so you can also squeeze a little bit of fresh lemon or lime juice into the drink just to make it easier to swallow.

When to do the salt water flush?

If you're going to do the flush, do it first thing in the morning before you have anything else to eat or drink. Also, most people will find that they will urgently need to use the bathroom within about a half hour of drinking the flush, so make sure you are close enough to get to one.

The original book by Stanley Burroughs, The Master Cleanser, recommends drinking the entire 1 quart, but personally I would not force myself to drink all of it. You may find that it does the job after only drinking 16 ozs of it. Let your own body decide. If you decide not to do the flush, Burroughs did recommend that an herbal tea with laxative properties could be used instead. Normally, while doing the Master Cleanse, you would drink the herbal laxative tea in the evening before bed. If you decide to eliminate the salt water flush, then you would have the tea in the morning as well.

Some doctors and naturopaths recommend skipping the salt water flush altogether, suggesting that your colon will do all the work it needs to do once you break the Master Cleanse fast. So if you have any doubts, your doctor will be the best person to help you decide whether you should do the salt water flush at all. Like any other diet plan, I would recommend clearing any plans to do the Master Cleanse with your own doctor first.

Master Cleanse Directions - The Salt Water Flush Recipe For Master Cleanse

For many people trying the Master Cleanse for the first time, the most difficult part is actually doing it for the full ten days. So in order to get the most out of doing the Cleanse, you will find that the tips and guidance in Master Cleanse Secrets will provide you with the support you need to stick with the Cleanse until you're done.

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