Quick and Easy Daily Super Cleanse

Hello, I’m Dr. Kristin Killops of Quantum Techniques. I would like to show you a very quick and simple, and very, very effective way to detoxify your system every morning. Take a pint jar with 2 cups of water, and a fresh lemon. You juice half of that lemon, pour it in the water, and drink it down. This water can be warm or cold depending on your preference. Then once you’ve drink that, then you repeat the process. Another 2 cups of water, the other half of the lemon, and drink that. Then, ideally, you wait half an hour so that it can do it’s magic in your body. Wait a half an hour before you eat or have your coffee, or whatever it is that you do.

The lemon water has a number of very beneficial effects, it alkalizes your system, which is crucial for proper biochemical reactions and balances in the body. It also effectively flushes and removes a lot of waste products and toxins from your system, because during the day, and the first couple of hours of the night when you’re asleep, your body’s busy digesting food. That takes a lot of energy from your body and focus, but those other hours of the night then, your body is free to cleanse and detoxify itself. By the the time it’s morning, there’s an accumulation in your liver and your kidneys, and various organs, your colon, of toxins and wastes and bi-products and what not, and even dead bacteria and viruses.

The water flushes those through very, very effectively. Also, if there’s any dehydration anywhere in your body, you can absorb as much as you need. It’s not complicated with foods and drinks, and various things that we put in our body. It’s super effective. It’s one of the more powerful things you can do, and you’ll find, if you do it daily, you get really addicted to it. The lemon water just feels vibrant and alive, and it’s like you’re drinking magic. Over time, you will notice tremendous effects from it, and it’s just very, very powerful in healing and maintaining health.

If you have any questions or some chronic condition or mental, psychological, emotional struggles that you just can’t get a grip on, Quantum Techniques is a tremendous way to find out what’s going on, and help you heal. Your body is designed to heal, you can heal anything. If you need any help, I’m Dr. Kristin Killops of Quantum Techniques. Thank you. Have a great day.

About Dr. Kristin Killops

Faced with a prolonged and near fatal illness at age 19, Kristin found herself launched into the broad landscape of medicine, from experimental bone marrow transplants and chemotherapy to individualized nutrition and psychic healing. Kristin survived to make medical history and live a normal productive life, including giving birth to four healthy children despite being sterilized from extensive chemotherapy. Her story, featured in Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, Spontaneous Healing, demonstrates the body’s tremendous capacity to heal even in extreme conditions and the miraculous transformations energy healing can have. Kristin became a Naturopathic Doctor in 1985. She later discontinued naturopathic medicine to become an energy healer and trained in Reconnective Healing, BodyTalk, Neuro-Emotional Technique, EFT and counseling. During this time, Kristin also embarked on a deep spiritual journey which led to profound inner transformation and opened the door to more subtle energies and a unique healing gift. When she discovered Quantum Techniques, she knew she had found her calling. It is a highly effective healing modality which seamlessly weaves together the key components to health and all that she is passionate about; energy work, a wholesome lifestyle and emotional framework, removing the toxin load from the body, spirituality and the advancement of consciousness. Kristin lives in Portland, Oregon.


  1. christian hamidani

    Can i use lime instead of lemons, whats the difference?

  2. How much lemon juice per 2 cups of water? 1 Tablespoon?


    • Diane – Thanks for your question! The volume of lemon juice to be mixed with the 2 cups of water does not need to be precise. A tablespoon is a good estimate, but of course it will depend on the size of the lemon used. Blessings, Kristin

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