> However, Hulda Clark says gall stones are formed in the liver. "At the
> very center of each stone is found a clump of bacteria... suggesting a
> dead bit of parasite might have started the stone."
I hope you will forgive this question from a natural skeptic, but
one who has done many flushes, so at least got past my
skepticism about that :-) Who did the studies to determine that
there is a bit of a parasite or bacteria inside each of the stones??
I must admit that that seems just a bit "out there" for me, but I am
open to learn and would love to be directed to proof of this.
Thanks so much!!!!!
Claudia L. Meydrech, CN
http://nutritionist.tripod.com/gallbladder.html ~ My Flushes
http://nutritionist.tripod.com ~ Journey to Health & Auctions
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