Agreed. The "supervision" they speak of is mostly making your naturopath aware of what your doing - or at least a partner or roommate (plus it helps to warn them that you'll probably be monopolizing the bathroom after the Epsom Salts hit! lol.) Supervision is recommended mainly as a just good practical advice - the lawsuit safety net type stuff. However, many, many _allopathic_ doctors would much rather remove the gallbladder entirely than flush it out - and may and will even attempt to talk you out of it. How can they get their Lexus paid for if you clean out the problems yourself??
If you *know* you have large calcified Gallstones and are worried at all, see if you can find a good naturopath to talk to first. They can calm your fears and even suggest additional helpful treatments to aid in flushing/removing the stones such as castor oil packs and/or Gold Coin Grass and other herbs. Of course, we suggest the same stuff here, but sometimes, for peace of mind it's nicer to look someone in the eye.
The flush itself is amazingly easy and relieving. It is easier to do if you don't feel scared or alone the first time, but unless you have really large calcified stones or your health is severely compromised where you can't take care of yourself or whatever, 'supervision' can be a friend or even just online support. Again, if you're *really* worried or concerned, consult a naturopath. We'll still be right here ready and willing to help all we can when you're ready to take the plunge and clean out all that gunk. It's *your* health. =)