Finally, something in this forum that has some substance. I'm starting to lean toward the liver cleanse being useless. However... some interesting questions about the article:
First let me restate the timeline.
A woman in her 40's who eats a lot of fatty foods, was having pains in her right side. This was going on for about 3 months. She tried a herbalists suggestion for the liver cleanse, and saved the green blobs that came out of her rectum in the freezer. Sometime later, she had a gallbladder attack, so she had surgery and had the Gallstones removed.
1. Is it possible that the liver cleanse helped get the Gallstones from the liver and into the gallbladder? If she had kept up with the liver cleanse, doing it every 2 weeks, while also doing a fast and taking Gold Coin Grass, would she have had the attack? Would the liver cleanse have released the gallstones, non surgically.
2. If she had been doing the Liver Flush starting when she was 30, every year until she was 40, would she have needed surgery?
3. The paper says they did some tests on the green globs proving that it is made up of olive oil. Has this finally been settled? The green blobs are olive oil?