> I found this information at Dr. Weil's site....now I did see that he says
> that the gallbladder flush is folk remedy that doesn't work but anyhow, I
> thought well there are many out there who believe this to be true....Anyhow
> this was also found at his site:
I read Dr Weil's advice too and also hit another site from an MD who said the flush is dangerous and you can end up in ER in considerable pain.
Because of these comments I am afraid to attempt the flush even tho' I am chock full of stones and will probably have surgery in 2 weeks.
I started with pancreatitis. Now if the pancreas is involved you can really stir up some serious trouble including losing part of your stomach and intestine. It's nothing to fool around with.
My emotions say try the flush and get all the darned things out but my head says "whoa baby-this could be dangerous." I have included my email address and would deeply appreciate hearing from someone personally about their experience with the flush. I see a surgeon in a week so time is of the essence. Please contact me. Thanks, Doris
> This is just exactly why I lost all respect for this man's opinons, and
> quite reading anything he had to say even if he is correct. He made this
> statement with out any supportive documentation for that statement. If he
> would do it with something so critical as gallbladder health he'll do it
> else where.
> Sorry,, But I just do not find a good reason to respect this man even though
> a friend of mine consideres him her friend.
> Regarding the disolving of stones we know that some will develop for various
> reasons and then disappear in time. Take for example what happens with
> pregnant women. They may develope them during the time of pregnancy and then
> they may disappear in a short time afterwards. Diet???? What do they crave
> while pregnant??