Master Cleanser Details, Please.

July 4, 2006

Okay, so I’ve been told that I might be skimming over the daily details of the cleanse a little too much in these last few days. I feel like I would be repeating myself too much if I spelled out the entire cleansing "ritual" each day, so to compensate, here is my entire regimen. I’ve done this each and every day since I began the cleanse, and today is my last day. I won’t be drinking the laxative tea tonight, either.

On an empty stomach, and before I drink any of the lemonade, I drink a sea/salt water flush. This is not water from the ocean, but a concoction of sea salt and purified water.

The sea/salt water flush consists of:

  • 2 teaspoons uniodized sea salt (I use Redmond RealSalt)
  • 32 oz. (4 cups) purified water

The flush makes me feel somewhat nauseated and I usually can’t even think about drinking anything for about an hour after doing this. It literally "flushes" everything out of you that the laxative tea loosened the night before. From the third day on, I’ve made a cup of peppermint tea after drinking the sea water to ease the nausea associated with it.

I drink the lemonade (now limeade) throughout the day and supplement it with as much purified water as I think I need.

A serving of lemonade consists of:

  • 2 tablespoons freshly-squeezed juice from a lemon or lime
  • 2 tablespoons Grade B organic maple syrup
  • 1/10 of teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 10 oz. of purified water (cool or warm)

Organic ingredients are preferred. I drink at least six 10 oz. servings of the lemonade by the time I go to bed. The Master Cleanser book recommends between six to twelve. I’ve concluded from an earlier post I made that each serving of lemonade is roughly 100 calories.

Before bed, and after I’ve had enough of the lemonade, I have a cup of laxative tea (Smooth Move from Traditional Medicinals). Sometimes, if I feel like it, I have another cup of peppermint tea before the cup of laxative tea.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Cherry June 16, 2009 at 5:16 pm

I personally don’t like the saltwater flush… how do you feel after cleansing?


John February 29, 2012 at 2:46 am

The salt water flush is quite an important part of the clease program and in my opinion is probably one of the gretest contributors to failing. I nearly made me give up untill I found a way to ease the effect of the flush. Here’s an article that describes how you can make the experience more pleasant.


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