Those who were reading my posts from the beginning have seen what kind of experiments I have been doing in order to find prove that liver stones people see during Liver Flush are not product of some strange chemical reaction turning oil, citrus juice and magnesium into green blobs.
Today I was juicing some apples from my garden and decided to see what happens to my liver stone (from my frozen collection) if I put it in apple juice. I read a lot of recommendations to drink fresh apple juice before flushes, and was wondering what was the trick.
So I put one of my stones together with some freshly squeezed apple juice in a little glass. In another glass I put another stone and plain water. Within 1 minute both stones started melting. After about 5 minutes the stone in apple juice turned into creamy substance and dissolved totally after I mixed it a little. The one in the water remained oily and creamy and never dissolved completely.
I don’t know what conclusion should be made out of it, perhaps some smarter members here will help me out on that one, but I definitely will be drinking a lot of fresh apple juice cause there is obviously something in it that does dissolve them.