Master Cleanse Recipe Salt Water Flush
You are going to do the salt water flush when you get up in the morning. The salt water flush recipe is easy. All you need is:
- One quart (32 ounces) of room temperature or lukewarm water;
- Two level teaspoons of sea salt
Do not use regular table salt for this. You want to use non-iodized sea salt. Using table salt will not work as well at all. Also, if you find the taste of this drink truly distasteful, squeeze a little lemon or lime into it. It won’t do any harm and it will make drinking 32 ounces of the stuff a lot easier.
When to drink it
The Master Cleanse recipe salt water flush should really be done as soon as you get up in the morning, even before having something else to eat or drink. But there is one thing to keep in mind. You need to allow enough time for it to get through you. Most folks find that they will have to urgently make a bowel movement within 30 minutes of drinking the salt water cleanse, so you do not want to be drinking it before you have to run out the door to get the kids to school. You’ll want to be near a bathroom. Trust me.
Some users find that doing the salt water flush at night just works better for them. Burroughs recommends doing it in the morning, probably so that you have fully digested whatever you have eaten the day before, but since you will not be eating during the Master Cleanse salt flush, I don’t really see the harm in doing it at night instead if that is your only option. I recommend experimenting, but then I’m not a purist.
In The Master Cleanser, Dr. Burroughs suggests that you need to drink the full quart of fluid, but I personally do not think that you should force it down if you really cannot stand it. Try drinking a glass or two and see what happens. The idea behind the salt flush is to FLUSH you out. If 16 ounces does the trick there is no reason to drink more of it.
If you find that the sea salt cleanse recipe does not work for you or you just can’t make yourself drink it, try switching to a laxative tea. Burroughts recommends an herbal laxative tea such as senna. Normally you would drink this a night while following the Cayenne Pepper Cleanse, but you can also have it in the morning if you are electing to skip the salt water cleanse recipe.
There are quite a few alternative health practitioners who think the sea salt flush recipe is unnecessary while doing the Master Cleanse. And for some health conditions, it may be unwise as well, so like anything else related to your health, if you have some concerns you should clear them with your doctor before doing any kind of fasting or cleanse routine.
In addition to the salt water flush, I have also written up the details for the cayenne pepper cleanse recipe as well, so be sure to have all of your ingredients gathered together before you start, including your sea salt. It will make things so much easier.