I agree with your 'theory' totally. I think the main thing that is being missunderstood here is the 'stone'. Know your stone is the answer. You have said exactly what I have been thinking. I have done 8 cleanses and eliminated over 2,000 bile-cholesterol globs or balls of bile. Are they stones? Call them what you will. I also had a remaining 1 cm hard cholesterol gallstone that would not exit with the flush methods. Two types of stones? I think yes. I call one the 'real' gallstone and the other the bile-ball stone.
This is the soft, squishy balls or globs of bile-cholesterol that people are calling gallstones. I used to think so too. I now believe these hundreds and thousands of balls (stones) are created by the aide of the flush method. It explains why people have flushed 133 times over 4 1/2 yrs and is wondering why they haven't reached the bottom of the barrel yet and also more importantly why they still have colic gb pain. The soft balls are not considered to be 'stones' by my definition any more.
Don't attack me. I'm not calling them oil. Oil helps to exit them but they are made of 95% cholesterol and bile. So, the question is not weither they are oil or stones. The question is are they Gallstones or bile balls? Definition is the key here.
These are the hard cholesterol, cholesterol shelled, calcium, pigment stones that sit in the gallbladder and is the cause of most colic attacks. Sludge and grain in the ducts can cause attacks as well. These are hareder to flush if they are big. Mine for instance was 1.1cm trying to pass through the 2mm cystic duct. Hundreds of soft bile balls produced by my flushes would pass but the hard gallstone would not. This is what led me to study deeper into your already discovered 'theory'.
So, know your stone. Know what it is that is in the gb. Know how to eliminate it. Examine and study all options and methods. The key is to understand what the flushing will and does do.
I believe you are right on the mark even if some people in here are missunderstanding your terminolgy or intentions to explain the knowledge you have reached on this process. I understand exactly what you are saying because of my own personal experience, study of testimonies, study of websites, etc. I wanted to know why the pain was still there and why the stone would not exit while hundreds of soft balls would.
Anyway, without going further into my own theory now I just want to say thank you for explaining the differences in the 'stone'.