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Um quite quite
 
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Um quite quite



"All people who have stones inside gallbladder, always have stones inside their liver - proved by their cleansing experience! "

The only problem with this statement is that Gallstones are formed in the gallbladder, not the liver.

Neither would I entertain giving Epsom Salts to a dog for no good reason much less myself-so we are in agreement on that one point. There is too much a chance for bacterial overgrowth of the intestine. Of course in the case of overloading the liver with fat reabsorption per hepatic lipidosis the last thing you would want to do is to give an anorexic nauseated cat a dose of salts. You did well by your kitty in not chosing that course.

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