Tissue & Liver Protocol

Overview of the Tissue & Liver Protocol

[Instructions for the Tissue & Liver Protocol at the end of this overview.]

The body accumulates waste that needs to be purged from the system.

Behind inflammatory/aging is dysfunctional liver metabolism, meaning overloaded liver and the accumulation of acidic, metabolic waste in tissues, organs and joints.

Acidic waste is excess hydrogen that accumulates in body tissues; waste that cannot exit the body through major waste pathways such as the liver.

Mycotoxins are mycoplasma waste from fungal molds and yeasts that limit liver metabolism of environmental poisons, such as glyphosate [Roundup].

Low-grade INFLAMMATION in the liver causes the body to age, and suffer, and develop symptoms of degenerative dis-ease.

Metabolic and mycotoxic waste are by-products of food, air and water in the body that form due to age-related maldigestion of food.

The challenge is help the body release acid waste from circulation.

Waste that circulates in blood and lymph fluids is called SOLUBLE waste.  Scar tissue is structural waste that forms in the presence of INFLAMMATION in soft tissues and joints.  Amyloid plaque that accumulates in the, brain is structural waste.  Clearing structural waste from the body is difficult and more challenging than removal of soluble waste.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol breaks-down structural waste and brings it into circulation for disposal by the liver.

Ten to fourteen days of preparation are required before the initial PURGE of structural waste from the body, and seven days is recommended between each successive purge for a total of six purges.

The lymphatic system is responsible for transporting waste from the tissues to the blood stream and filtered by the liver.  Approximately 90% of waste exiting the body passes through the liver, intestine and bowel.  The remaining 10% of waste passes from the body via the kidneys.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol removes SOLUBLE waste from blood.  Structural waste CANNOT circulate until it has been broken down first.

Biliary ducts of the liver process sludge-like waste.  The body ONLY releases toxic waste from storage if a means is provided to buffer and neutralize waste as it traverses the system prior to making its way to the liver.  This is the purpose of Tissue & Liver Protocol.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol is a series of six purges, done once a week for six weeks.  During this time, you go about a normal life and routine, taking various products of the protocol according to instructions provided.

It is common to experience some discomfort as waste is released into the system.  For example: gas, bloat, cramping and increased bowel activity.  Responses vary accordingly to the individual.

The Low Enema Protocol is generally used throughout the Tissue & Liver Protocol and beyond.  Note: waste will continue to flow from the burdened tissues for 3-5 years.

Enemas are the simplest and fastest way to ease discomfort and speed passage of toxic waste.  Enemas can be done in less than 2 minutes sitting on the toilet in normal position.  A special style [reusable, long lasting] enema kit is used for the process.  [Instructions are provided.]

Gall stones are NOT the primary purpose of the T&L Protocol.  Stones are stored in the gallbladder where they slow and block flow and release of bile.

As gall stones are released following each purge, they are seen in the toilet in the following colors and in order of toxicity: green, brown, yellow, black and red.

Red, and black are by far the most toxic and their release is usually accompanied by some discomfort, nausea, fever and vomiting.  Stone colors reflect toxic fungi in the system.

Release red and black stones, it will not be fun, but GIVE THANKS if you experience and see them in the toilet.  Their presence says, you are in extremely toxic!

Gallstones are waste from the liver in the form of soft pellets that normally release  with bile at mealtime.  If the gallbladder does not flush the pellets, they will eventually turn into what are called “stones” which are a combination of minerals, cholesterol and toxic substances.

Residual wastes in the liver can form small nail-like structures the shape of the liver’s biliary ducts.  Normally, the body makes dozens of liver pellets each day that harmlessly pass from the system.  Stones range in size from lentils to golf balls and are softened prior to each purge for easy passage out of the body.

Purges are usually done on a day-off or weekend. Purge day is spent at home, not out running around.  Enemas are particularly important on this day, because this is the day that the body releases waste from the system and you will need to be near a toilet.

If the body is denied the opportunity to clear excess waste from the system [and the liver/gallbladder], the burden will automatically fall on the heart and cardiovascular system.

90% of waste exits through the liver, intestine and bowels.  The remaining 10% falls on the kidneys.  Dysfunctional liver is behind HEART DISEASE AND RENAL FAILURE, and behind a toxic, inflamed, dysfunctional liver is a toxic, fungal-yeast-mold infested terrain dominated by mycotoxins.


Additional guidance and support are provided as needed without cost.


The Tissue & Liver Protocol is central to REVERSING THE AGING PROCESS. 

It is the simplest and safest way to restore a toxic terrain and avoid sick-care medicine.

Ninety percent [90%] of people undergoing gallbladder surgery are women, and 90% of them suffer loss of their gallbladder without justifiable cause.

Pain and discomfort that drives people into the emergency room and MISDIAGNOSIS of gallbladder/gall stones] has nothing to do with the gallbladder and everything to do with an inflamed, structurally dysfunctional liver.

Pain that originates in LIVER is the side-effect of mycotoxin-driven inflammation from infestation by fungal yeast.  Following gallbladder surgery, people suffer discomfort and digestion issues like they had before surgery.

Gallstones are the symptoms NOT the problem.The pain and discomfort that drives people into the emergency room [and that is MISDIAGNOSED as gallbladder/gall stones] has little or nothing to do with their gallbladder.

Pain coming from a LIVER is the side-effect of mycotoxin-driven inflammation!  In the years that follow gallbladder surgery, people suffer discomfort and digestion issues that they had BEFORE surgery.  Gallstones are the symptom!

Tissue & Liver Instructions follow next.

Tissue & Liver Protocol™

Tissue & Liver Package: 3 Yucca, 6 PACs, 6 LivPhos and 3 Colon Prep.

Support Package: 4 OX, 3 MZ, and 3 HerpoMax.

Parasite Package: 3 each ParaPurge I & II.

Daily Dosages for Tissue & Liver Program (except for Day of Purge)

The following dosages apply to all days except for the Day of Purge (see below).

Upon Risingtake 1 tablespoon of yucca in water or juice, 3 MZ and “chew” 3 PACs.

After Breakfast: take 2 OX, 1-2 Colon Prep, 2 HerpoMax, 2 ParaPurge 1, and 6 ParaPurge II.

Evening Meal: repeat After Breakfast.

Bedtime:  repeat Upon Rising.

The Tissue & Liver Preparation Period is 10-14 days and only applies to purge #1; the preparation period is not repeated.  Dosages for days between each purge are the same as dosages during the preparation period.  Generally, purges are spaced six or seven days apart.  Spacing can be shortened or lengthened, but if you extend the process beyond eight weeks, you will run short of product and will have to reorder.


The body ONLY releases its most toxic waste into circulation when the liver and gallbladder have been cleared and are prepared to handle the waste.  The body will not release large amounts of toxic waste unless you have prepared for the process.  The Tissue & Liver Protocol differs from common cleanse programs because it opens the liver and gallbladder before the body releases large amounts of waste from the joints, tissues and organs.  That’s why they are called “purges” and you will be doing a total of six of purges during this protocol.

Waste exiting the tissues, organs and joints is in liquid form, with the exception of stones and nails; the former coming from the gallbladder and the latter coming from the liver.

Stones appear in the following colors: bright green, dark green, brown, black and red in order of toxicity and range in size from small green peas to large marbles.  The colors come from fungi that infect the body’s terrain.  Green is the most common color.  Nails are about ¼ inch long and block the biliary ducts of the liver; they are made of the same material as stones.  Note, true stones and nails “sink” in the toilet; those that float are called “pellets” because they are not solid in nature.

Stones/pellets may appear in the toilet during the afternoon of the Day of Purge, but they usually follow each Purge.  One of the six purges will be difficult (nauseous, cold, feverish, gas, cramps, etc.).  The most toxic stone release involves black and red stones/pellets.

How many stones you release at each purge varies from zero to hundreds.  How you feel each purge is not a function of the number of stones/pellets you released.  How you feel is a “terrain” response and you get what you get.

Yellow and white globules floating in the toilet are grease and cholesterol waste.  Do enemas to avoid mild burning of anal tissues; burning is confirmation of highly acidic waste release and sometimes the acids will inflame hemorrhoids causing them to bleed and toilet water to turn pink.  Do enemas 2-3 times a day throughout the Tissue & Liver Protocol, but especially on the Day of Purge.

Enemas will help you avoid feeling nauseous and/or vomiting during the night after your drink the cocktail described below.  Vomiting occurs when the body releases faster than it can move downline to the toilet.  Be sure and drink water hourly throughout Day of Purge to keep the waste moving and the bowels and bladder active.  Regular consumption of water should be a lifelong habit “timed” to each urination.  Begin every day with a BIG glass of water with racemized™ sea minerals added.

Day of Purge:

Each Purge Day requires 24 hours to complete.  On this day, eat breakfast and a light lunch; evening meal is NOT allowed!  On this day, take the following four items ONLY with water:  PACs, Colon Prep, Yucca Blend and LivPhos (see below).  DOSAGES AREPAC’s: 2 every 4 hours (chew); Yucca: 1 tbsp. @ 8 am, 12 noon, 4 pm; Colon Prep: 2 every 4 hours (8 am, 12 & 4 pm).

Next, mix one bottle of LivPhos with a quart of grape, apple or grapefruit juice.  Drink ½ cup of this mixture hourly throughout day beginning at 9 o’clock am until all is consumed.  Diabetics should use water or low sodium tomato juice instead of juice.

Evening of Day of Purge: At 8-10 pm before going to bed, drink the following COCKTAIL4 tbsp. of yucca, ½ cup of fresh lemon juice, and ½ cup of olive oil (sunflower oil may be substituted).  Shake mixture, pinch your nose, drink quickly, go to bed immediately and lay on your right side.  (If you cannot drink the cocktail, use a straw.)

Set your alarm for 3 am. At 3 am drink a cup of warm water with 2 tbsp. of yucca and return to bed.  Upon rising in morning, once again drink 2 tbsp. of yucca in warm water. Next, do an enema to rid the body of the poisonous waste still in the intestines.  Eat breakfast to settle your system.

Occasionally, you may vomit during the night and if so, vomit, don’t fight it!  The nausea is coming from the “pooling” of bile waste just below the stomach’s outlet and is a direct result of drinking the cocktail mentioned above; the cocktail triggers the “purge” and release of waste.  Repeat the Purge Process six times on a weekly basis.  Once the liver and gallbladder are open and flowing, the body will continue to release waste from the joints, organs and tissues for 5-10 years.  This is an ongoing process; think of it as aging in reverse!   You will probably have various supplements left over after completing the purges.  Use then at the same dosages until they are consumed.

If you need assistance, call or email.  Please read these instructions several times.

Enjoy the fun!


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for guidance and be open to new ideas.