Master Cleanse Lemonade

Main Ingredients for the Master Cleanse Recipe
Pure Filtered Water
Grade B Organic Maple Syrup, Formaldehyde free
Organic Cayenne Pepper
Organic Lemons
Sea salt - Unrefined, (Not iodized) or Epsom Salt
Optional Ingredients:
Natural Herbal Tea (decaffeinated)

Optional Ingredients:
The first of the optional ingredients, the laxative tea can be used in place of, or in
addition to the sea salt flush. The purpose of both of these items is to increase
eliminations. Of the two the sea salt is the more effective, but if you take sea salt the
laxative tea will work fine. The tea can be found in most grocery stores, and is sold under
different brand names. The two I use are Smooth Move and Laxative Tea

The other optional ingredients will help add some flavor to the lemonade you're going to be
drinking daily.

The beauty of the Master Cleanse lies in its simplicity. By going on this diet you allow
your body to use the energy it normally spends on breaking down, digesting, and assimilating
food to cleanse itself, so you add much to the Master Cleanse without taking away from its
But you can use herbal teas (decaffeinated) to help break the redundancy of drinking the
plain lemonade all day long. These teas come in an assortment of flavors, and can really
liven up the taste of the lemonade. Herbal tea can be found at just about any grocery store.

The Master Cleanse Recipe

The Master Cleanse works just how it sounds; you consume primarily lemonade for the entire
time you're on the diet. So the recipes for the diet itself are fairly simple. You should
drink a minimum of 60 oz of lemonade a day, but can drink more if you like. You can also
drink as much water as you want. I suggest you consume your body weight in ounces of water.

Below are two different recipes. The first is for a single serving of the master cleanse
lemonade. The second will make 6 servings

1 (single serving):
2 Tablespoons of organic lemon Juice (about 1/2 a Lemon)
2 Tablespoons of Organic grade B maple syrup (not the commercial maple flavored syrup you
use on pancakes)
1/10 Teaspoon Cayenne pepper powder
Ten ounces of filtered water
2 (60 oz. daily serving):
60 ounces of filtered water
12 Tablespoons of organic grade B maple syrup
12 Tablespoons of organic lemon juice
1/2 Teaspoon cayenne pepper powder

There are a couple important things to remember when preparing the lemonade.
For one, the lemon juice used must be fresh squeezed. This cannot be emphasized enough. It
is necessary to use fresh produce. Canned juice won't work and will erase most of the
benefits of using the master cleanser diet.
Also, the maple syrup must be grade B maple syrup, not the sugar filled syrup that is used
at the breakfast table.

The cayenne pepper might seem unnecessary, but it is actually very important. Not only does
it help to add a bit of a kick, but the pepper helps to break up mucus and increases healthy
blood flow. It also is a good source of B and C vitamins, commonly referred to as Super
Vitamins due to their many benefits for the body.

Mixing teas with the recipe is one way to help modify things, just make sure It's
decaffeinated tea because caffeine can restrict blood vessels and we want to keep your body
passages as open as possible.

Adding a Natural Laxative To Help Flush Out Your System
Taking a laxative will speed up the detoxing process, and help your body eliminate waste.
I prefer ingestible laxatives like, sea salts, and herbal tea. These are ideal methods for
cleaning the colonic tract without the harmful effects of colonics and enemas.
Drinking 1 teaspoon of unrefined non-iodized sea salt mixed with 25-35 ounces of water will
flush out your system.
It's best to use either of these laxatives (or both of them) 2 times a day. I've found it
best to take them in the morning and before I go to bed.

Also, I advise you give yourself at least an hour and a half before you go out when you do
this. These laxatives will work fast, and you will discover why you should probably be at
home near a bathroom when you use them.

Step 4 CKLS will replaced the salt or tea
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