How to Detoxify Your Body With Salt Water Flush


One of the most effective and efficient strategies I found to cleanse the intestines is to use sea salt and  water flush. It is beneficial for cleansing your colon and digestive system by bringing on a forced bowel movement. The flush is used to clear and cleanse the bowels and entire GI tract of toxins, mucus, and parasites.


The key component of a salt water flush recipe is Himalayan pink salt itself, as it’s needed for many biochemical processes. Himalayan salt contains 84 minerals, electrolytes and elements – a staggering number considering that only 118 elements are known to science. For this reason, adding more Himalayan salt to your diet can help rectify virtually any mineral deficiency you might have.

How Do You Know You Need to Do Regular Salt Flushes?

  • you have constipation problems
  • you have one  bowel movement each day
  • you suffer from IBS or other digestive issues
  • you have never cleansed your colon before
  • you have skin problems, such as acne or psoriasis
  • you suffer from allergies
  • you have bloating issues
  • you are eating standard American diet

How to detoxify your body naturally of toxins and waste with a Salt Water Flush

You need to do this first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.

Salt Water Flush Recipe


  • 1 Liter of Pure Water
  • 2 Teaspoons of  Himalayan Sea Salt (pink)

How to make: 

  • Mix warm water with  pink himalayan crystal salt.
  • Shake or stir well.
  • Try to drink the entire salt solution within 15-20 minutes.
  • Drink another 1/2  – 1 quart of purified water within an hour after taking the salt solution.
  • Do not eat for at least a few hours.

Notice: Do not do this cleanse for more than 7 days in a row.

What to Expect During the Cleanse

Once the saltwater is in the small intestines, the muscle contractions will carry it down the rest of the way. Within an hour you should be able to hear liquids gurgling. Within two to three hours max, you should have an urge to go to the bathroom and have an abnormally large bowel movement.


Source: livingtraditionally

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