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Re: amount of oil proportional to "stone" count?
 
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Re: amount of oil proportional to "stone" count?


I use Liver-Flush in my practice and it is a crucial aspect to healing. Some stones are actual stones, usually the dark ones, most is congealed bile. Many people throw up all the OO/GF mixture immediately and they still produce a lot of congestion. I can use kinesiology to tell when the liver or gallbladder is dumping. They dump together usually and the thing that gets me is that if these things were being formed in the GI tract, then why are their not multi colored stones. I have people with dark green stones pass so much clay colored junk simultaneosly and pass it within 1.5 hours of taking the oo/GF mixture. Afterward their liver pulse goes from being excessive to normal. Alawys the stomach pulse is weak after the flush and the stomach PH is low. It takes a while for the PH to become acid(stomach)-alkaline(SI)-acid(LI). The probiotics won't even attach and breed immediately after the flush because the PH is so off. I wait three days to give people probiotics..of course I muscle test to see if the body wants them. Many times post flush people released so much toxic metals that the body refuses probiotics because they can methyllize the mercury and mercury loves the GI lining. i just did my 13 th flush after having 2 flushes with almost nothing. My digestion was good for a while about 1.5 months...dark, well-formed stools and then the pain came back and the stools turned pale and floated. I flushed some big dark green stones as well as a bunch of gross sludge. I do experiments with the stones. These do not melt. They melt if you put them in a room temp dead piece of liver in an hour. They do not melt when immersed in lactobacillus. In fact melted stones (which usually contain metals)kill lactobacillus strains..I think because they contain toxins like metals, herbicides, pesticides, ect.. However, homeostatic soil organisms do break down the stones in a short period of oxygenless immersion in a little maple syrup.
 

 
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