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Lynn Views: 1,482
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Secound flush-questions


Hello all,
I did my second flush over the weekend and had quite a few more stones. This was the first time I got the pea green stones. I got lots of yellow gravel too as I did the first time. The experience was different except for one thing. The morning after I felt uncomfortable in the center between my ribs like there were lumps trying to pass down. It eased during the day and came back in the afternoon. I did the Hulda Clark method. On the following day in the afternoon after being out in the hot sun most of the afternoon, I felt the same pressure and then felt a little faint. It subsided in a few minutes or I would have taken Epsom Salts to move things.

My question is about doing a second flush the following morning after the flush the night before. Both times I felt stuck in the morning. I am having a thought about taking the full dose of olive oil grapefruit after the 6am dose of Epsom Salts and waiting until the afternoon to take the second dose of es. What do you all think and has anyone done it in this way? If you did how much more oil did you take etc? Thanks for your help. I am feeling better generally each time. I have been diagnosed with two large gall stones. I have had no more attacks since the first flush. I will get an ultra sound after a few more flushes and I feel they are indeed gone to prove it. I will report the findings here. I am also taking the herbs chanca piedra and chinese bitters and gold coin grass.
Lynn
 

 
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