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Re: where do the stones come out of? by unyquity ..... Liver Flush Support Forum

Date:   11/24/2005 10:45:58 PM ( 16 years ago ago)
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"Stones" that you can't crush with a spoon or won't 'melt' are usually true Gallstones (calcified or partially calicified). What most folks on Curezone refer to as 'stones' are actually compact/hardened globules of fat, bile, cholesterol & toxins.

It sounds to me like you successfully got rid of some Gallstones (along with the rest of the stuff)...and that's a really good thing!

Pay close attention to your liver/gallbladder now, especially for the next few days. When we push out stuff/stones with our flushing, many times there's a lot left in there...and you may be sensing stones moving forward or loosening, now that you've given them room to move around & exit.

If you run into any pain or discomfort, usually a couple of teaspoons of Epsom Salts in a glass of water will relax the biliary ducts enough to get immediate relief (along with some diahrrea from the ES).

Keep up the good work!

Blessings,

Unyquity
 

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