I have recently tried the gall Bladder flush(Epson salt & olive oil) Dr. Hulda Clark s recipe. I was so surprised to see the next morning over 50 Gallstones ranging from 2 to 20 mm. I brought the stones to my doctor and he was shocked at the findings. He sent them out to a lab to be analyzed and also ordered an Ultrasound of my liver, gall blader and bile duct. The ultra sound showed no stones anywhere. I was convinced that I must have removed them all from the flush procedure. Ten days after my first flush procedure and 3 days after the Ultrasound, I tried the flush again, and to my surprise I found another 40 - 50 stones ranging from 2 - 15 mm. Conclusion: The stones I saw were created from the reaction of the bile, epson salt and olive oil. They form in the small intestine and harden when the large intestine remove water from the mixture. I can not dispute scientific evidence that an Ultrasound would miss all these stones and also that the pathology report stated that the stones submitted were not consistent with gallstone morphology. I believe that no matter how many times you perform this liver flush; you will always see these fake stones created by the bile,epson salt and olive oil.
The Liver Flush can be dangerous, since it can cause sever damage to the lining of the small intestine, since you have concentrated acid, bile and pancreatic enzymes entering an empty small intestine. If you don't believe these scientific finding, then perform your own controlled study by fisrt getting an Ultrasound, verify that the report shows no Gallstones and then perform the liver flush. I am sure you will find these fake stones in the toilet the next day. So BEWARE of what you read on the Internet.
These remedies can cause more harm then good.