Lie down immediately. You might fail to get stones out if you don't. The sooner you lie down the more stones you will get out. Be ready for bed ahead of time. As soon as the drink is down walk to your bed and lie down flat on your back with your head up high on the pillow. Try to think about what is happening in the liver. Try to keep perfectly still for at least 20 minutes. You may feel a train of stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There is no pain because the bile duct valves are open (thank you Epsom salts!). Go to sleep, you may fail to get stones out if you don't.
This procedure contradicts many modern medical viewpoints. Gallstones are thought to be formed in the gallbladder, not the liver. They are thought to be few, not thousands. They are not thought to be linked to pains other than gallbladder attacks. It is easy to understand why this is thought: by the time you have acute pain attacks, some stones are in the gallbladder, are big enough and sufficiently calcified to see on x-ray, and have caused inflammation there. When the gallbladder is removed the acute attacks are gone, but the bursitis and other pains and digestive problems remain.
The liver carries out many functions that help you to sustain a healthy body. The liver processes all the things that you eat, drink and absorb through the skin and, therefore, is frequently exposed to many harmful substances. Some signs that indicate a damaged liver include allergies, malnutrition, high cholesterol and triglycerides and even gallstones. A liver cleanse can help alleviate many of these problems. There are liver detoxifying products available in health food and drug stores, but you can also make your own at home with only a few ingredients. Here are a couple of ways to make a liver cleanse.