Yes, the medical field has already defined what a gallstone is. They
say it is the hard throughout or hard shelled stone found inside the
gallbladder not the soft balls of bile eliminated in a flush. Once
again this is the definition of correct terminology and needs further
clarification. Obviously by reading your reply to me you haven't
understood the differences I was making in gallstone and bile balls.
One is formed by bad bile and is hard, and the other is formed by
flushing bile and is soft. Dig deeper into those differences to
further define the problem and solution.
And actually it is the cholesterol 'hard' stone which is the hardest
to deal with instead of the calcium stone because cholesterol is much
more common. 90% of hard Gallstones are cholesterol and not calcium.
Everyone thinks the hard ones are calcium but calcium stones are much
more rare. Agnes even incorrectly labeled the pic of my removed
gallstone as hard calcium gallstone when it really is a hard
cholesterol gallstone. Can't believe everything you read on the
Internet. :-) The gallstone part was right.
Those hard stones seen pictured inside gallbladders are not the same
thing as a soft 'stone' you are flushing even though they are the
same color and shape. Those hard stones will come out 'hard' in a
flush and will never soften by dieting or the flushing method. This
has been my experience personally and also the research I have
collected from personal flush testimonies that back this opinion.
Some stones will soften but the hard cholesterol or calcified
gallstone do not in most cases.
Everyone has to reach their own personal understanding of what they
are flushing out, what causes pain, how to eliminate pain, and how to
make sure it stays out of our lives to live healthier, happier, and
pain free. Studying and breaking down the testimonies about these
different stones will help lead to the correct method of eliminating
colic gallstone pain. Also collecting data that has been gathered
over many years in the alternative medicine field and regular medical
field will help to understand how to combat the problem.
We all reach conclusions by personal experience with flushing,
knowledge collected from testimonies in flush sites, and yes, even
doctors who have studied for years on the subject.
I'm sorry if some terms get missunderstood in an indepth discussion
typed in a yahoo group. It's hard to understand everything that is
read in type and also even harder to try and convey an opinion some
times with typing.
Nevertheless, good luck with your search for the truth.