I can’t prove scientifically that the Liver Flush works. I don’t doubt HV when he says that Liver Flushing can’t be proved scientifically…yet it works. The thousands of Liver Flushes documented here prove that it works. I’m living proof. I believe this is a case of Science not being caught up to actual experience.
When I did my first Liver Flush I consumed a bottle of Gold Coin Grass tincture (according to directions) and did the flush. I had a bad reaction to Epsom Salt (possibly due to leaky gut), and started throwing up the next morning, as well as sitting on the toilet. The stuff I pooped out in the toiled looked exactly like the stuff I was throwing up, a mixture of black and grey gravel. I haven’t’ seen anything like it before or since. This went on all day and into the evening. I threw up and pooped a bucket—literally—of this stuff. I was still in the military at the time and had a midnight shift (duty) that night and I was pooping and throwing up this stuff into the evening. I got scared because I didn’t want anyone to know that I had done an “alternative heath practice”. I had to get in my car and drive to a convenience store for a bottle of Pepto-Bismol to stop the barfing. I threw up in the convenience store parking lot before I could make it inside. No way could six ounces of olive oil produce this much stuff.
I started using magnesium citrate for all of my flushes after the first one. Every flush since then has been mostly like those described on the Liver Flush form. A couple of times I came close to passing no stones but I usually pass dozens in every flush. On my sixth flush I passed two marble sized stones that were solid black and had a terrible stench. I haven’t had anything like that happen since. I have done 29 flushes total and number 30 will probably be this week.