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Re: Laboratory test..Stones or bile..?
 
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Re: Laboratory test..Stones or bile..?


>Hi Barry,
I feel like I can relate to your comments about doing flushes and having the gall stones remain. Did you ever get the ones in your gall bladder out?
Lynn






Hi Jay,
>
>
> I agree with you in the fact that what we are flushing is not 'just
> oil'. In fact I'll even go further and say that it is definitely not
> oil. If the balls, globs, or stones if you will, tested contained 91%
> cholesterol, and olive oil has no cholesterol, than this is not the
> question at all.
>
>
> The question is different. Also, the definition of gallstones, either
> cholesterol based or pigment based are referring to hardened
> Gallstones and not just globs of bile that has balled up on the way
> out.
>
>
> I definite hardened Gallstones as a different form of bile than a
> ball or glob of soft bile explelled in a faster method of cleansing.
> They are two different things made of the same ingredient of bile,
> but each of the two has different problems, forming procedure, and
> action. This is the topic of question. Not wether they contain oil or
> not. Doesn't matter if they do or don't in this question.
>
>
> Let me clearify more. There are two types of eliminations.
>
>
> Hard gallstones; These have formed from stagnant bile over time in te
> gallbladder and are hard to flush out once they are two big to pass
> through the cystic duct. These 'hard' Gallstones are the cause of 90%
> or more of the colic attack problems related to gallstones.
>
>
> Soft gallstones; These are the soft blobs of bile that we are
> normally getting out in a flush. These usually cause no problems and
> will exit on their own in the normal function of the digestive trace
> system. We see this type of bile in a fast/flush because we are
> excellerating the process with the introduction of a catalist (oil)
> to speed up the process. Fasting also allows us to see the results in
> glob form instead of the normal way of elimination as inpacted within
> stool. In effect, we are creating the balls with the method and these
> forms of bile will normally exit on their own.
>
>
> I personally have passed over 2,000 soft balls of bile, over 10 small
> black pigment hard stones, but never a hard cholesterol gallstone. In
> fact, the one I had in my gallbladder remained there throughout 8
> flushes and still caused the original problem of colic pain.
> Therefore, I have studied and analized the types of elimination in my
> cleanses.
>
>
> This is another reason to explain why someone can flush for 4 1/2
> years, eliminating over 6,000 soft globs, and still have the colic
> problems of a hardened gallstone.
>
>
> Just some more clearifications on stones vs. bile balls.
>
>
> We all need to reach our own conclusions in order to correctly combat
> the problems that we are all personally facing. Good luck in your
> search for gallstone truth, better health, and mostly pain-free
> happiness.
>
>
> Be healthy.
> Barry.
>
>
>
>
>
> --- In gallstones@y..., JayTownsend@a... wrote:
> > Hi:
> >
> > Interesting discussion, and very educational too.
> >
> > From:
> http://www.niddk.nih.gov/health/digest/pubs/gallstns/gallstns.htm
> >
> > ".....The two types of gallstones are cholesterol stones and
> pigment stones.
> > Cholesterol stones are usually yellow-green and are made primarily
> of
> > hardened cholesterol. They account for about 80 percent of
> gallstones.
> > Pigment stones are small, dark stones made of bilirubin. Gallstones
> can be as
>
 

 
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