Digest 26, originally sent Wed Nov 17 04:15:46 1999
There are 3 messages in this issue.

Topics in today's digest:

           From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx
      2. How I Removed My Own Gallstones
           From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx
      3. rhinitis allergy
           From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx


Message: 1
   Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 17:53:26 +0100
   From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 11:24:21 -0500
From: Jim & Fay Themelis" <jjt@mich.com>
To:  <mycleanse@geocities.com>


I am 34 yrs. old and have 2 kids.  My problem began 1 yr. ago with "stomach
pains".  I went to the doctor who prescibed Prevacid to help with the
pains.  It worked for a while but then the pain in my mid-section ( just
below the sternum slightly to the right ) continued to increase to a
constant tight full feeling.  Whatever I ate would bother me and the tight
full feeling would increase for a couple of hours and then it would subside
slightly after that.  I went back to the doctor, who then recommended an
abdominal ultrasound.  I did the ultrasound and it showed 3 gallstones
partially blocking the cystic duct and the gallbladder itself being
slightly inflammed.  I was then referred to a G.I. specialist who
recommened my gallbladder being removed.  I then went home and immediately
went on-line to discover if anyone had ever been able to pass gallstones
with a natural home remidey.  I came across several articles about doing a
gallbladder flush with olive oil.  Here is the treatment that I used.
A light breakfast (fruit bar & skim milk)
A light lunch (salad & fruit with a slice of bread)
No food after 2:00 p.m.
At 9:30 p.m. the following mixture:

1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil cold pressed
1/2 cup pasturized apple cider
Shake well.  Drink all of it 30 minutes before going to bed.
Lie on your right side all night and try to relax.

At 5:00 a.m. I went to the bathroom and passed 8-10 green stones mixed in
with my stool.  I didn't feel very well, a little nausa and some abdominal
cramping.  The stones were about the size of a dime.  I went back to bed
and laid down on my right side again.  I felt some cramping and some
gurgling movement and sounds in my stomach and abdominal area.  About 6:30
a.m. I went to the bathroom again and I couldn't believe what I saw.  About
4 to 5 DOZEN green gallstones floating on the surface.  There was very
little stool but A LOT of green stones, the biggest one was about the size
of a quarter.  I felt much better after that and I went back to bed again. 
I woke up about an hour later and had a little coffee and nothing else.  I
just relaxed on the couch for a few hours and felt pretty good.  The pain
and tight full feeing was gone and I was just tired and sluggish.  I ate
some chicken soup and crackers for lunch around 1:00 p.m.  I went back to
bed for a nap and when I woke up I headed for the bathroom again.  Another
dozen dark green stones had passed with very little stool.  I FELT
TERRIFIC!!!!!  The rest of the day I took it easy and slept like a baby
that night with NO pain or tightness in my abdomen.  The next day I felt
GREAT and was still in a state of shock because there was no more pain!  I
did pass another 6-8 stones and also another 3-4 the following day.
I can't tell you enough that if you have gallbladder problems or are faced
with surgery like I was to give this home remedey a try first.  I will NOT
be having surgery and I plan to do this treatment again in two weeks.
I hope this helps someone else out there with similar results!


Message: 2
   Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 18:06:27 +0100
   From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx
Subject: How I Removed My Own Gallstones

Story from:

               How I Removed My Own Gallstones
                     At Home, Overnight
                       by Dann McCreary 

As you might imagine, there is a bit of a story to this...
Some years ago, my wife Pam had a stomach problem for which she visited a
doctor. In the course of treating her problem, the doctor took some ultrasound
images and noticed the presence of gallstones.

This was a surprise to us because the gallstones were completely asymptomatic,
causing her no pain or trouble of any kind. Because they were not a problem, the
doctor recommended no treatment.

Fast-forward several years to about 1990. I had just begun working for a new
employer when Pam began to experience some pain from the gallstones. Although
she had never had them treated before, the insurance company considered them to
be a pre-existing condition because they had merely appeared on the earlier
ultrasound image!

We were distressed, wondering what to do; gall bladder surgery at the time was
expected to cost us about $15,000 which we could in no way afford. Sounds like
God let us down with the timing on that one, right? Wrong! We talked to friends
and relatives about this; my Aunt then mentioned the problem to a neighbor; the
neighbor gave my Aunt a booklet; my Aunt mailed it to us. The booklet described
a home remedy for removing gall stones.

Briefly, the remedy involves going on a fruit-juice fast for several days in
order to clear the bowel. On the evening of the treatment day, you lie on the
couch and drink a pint of cold-pressed olive oil, divided into eight doses, each
dose chased by two tablespoons of fresh-squeezed lemon juice to kill the taste.
The eight doses are taken at fifteen minute intervals.

After the last dose, you go to bed, being sure to lie on your right side. (I
think that way the olive oil pools at the entrance to your gall bladder duct,
and when the oil causes the bladder to contract, some of the oil and lemon juice
enter the gall bladder where they can soften and lubricate the stones.)
Somewhere in the middle of the night you will wake up with a powerful urge to
evacuate, and you will pass the stones. (They just squirt out through the gall
bladder duct like so many watermelon seeds!)

We were of course somewhat skeptical; for due diligence, we went to a seminar in
San Diego at which a doctor presented information about another experimental
non-surgical protocol which used ultrasonic sound to shatter the stones,
allowing the fragments to be passed out of the system through the gall bladder
duct. This experimental treatement cost somewhat less; about $5,000 total. I
questioned the doctor carefully as to just how flexible the gall bladder duct
might be. He indicated that it was very flexible, but that irregularly shaped
stones could sometimes become lodged in it causing pain and requiring surgical

Hearing that the gall bladder duct was very flexible, and thinking about the
lubricating effect of olive oil, we were encouraged to proceed. However, to be
sure that there were no serious negative effects of the treatment, I decided to
be a "guinea pig" and take the treatment myself before having Pam try it. What a
surprise! The night of the treatment I passed about two cups of
chloresterol-based gallstones! I had no idea they were in there! (I still have
some in my freezer if you would like to see them).

About a month later, Pam worked up the courage to try the treatment. She also
passed many stones, and has had no gall bladder trouble since. Total cost of the
treatment? Not $15,000, not $5,000, but less than ten dollars for all the olive
oil and lemons. You might want to budget somewhat more to cover the fruit juice;
however, because you are fasting, you will save it on food anyway.

We are very thankful to God for bringing this remedy to our attention, and we
hope there may be others who may be able to benefit from what we learned.



Message: 3
   Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 21:16:46 +0100
   From: dusan@xxxxxx.xx
Subject: rhinitis allergy

Subject: Re: [ozonetherapy] TOXIC MEDICINE - feedback
Date:    Tue, 16 Nov 1999 12:47:23 -0500
From:    Walther Silva <walsilva@hoflink.com>
Reply-To: ozonetherapy@onelist.com
To:       ozonetherapy@onelist.com

From: Walther Silva <walsilva@hoflink.com>

> From: BILL D <tanchu@grove.net>
> Friday, November 12, 1999 7:15 AM
>  " I believe that more than 90% of modern medicine could
> disappear from the face of the earth and the effect would
> be immediate and beneficial."  Robert Mendelsohn in
> " Confessions of a Medical Heretic"

I must say Bill D makes many valid points. The most outstanding point is the
call to the patients
to decide and act.
By meekly and blindly following a doctor's advice we only perpetuate the
"Medicine is a Bussiness"
Many years ago I went to a regular doctor for my allergy and she prescribed a
series of cortisone
shots, numerous and very expensive,
furthermore she said I would get better but never cured.
I left her office deciding I would die of rhinitis before following her
An uncle introduced me to acupuncture; after two sessions the rhinitis stopped,
after 8 years it
recurred, stopped it again with acupuncture, and it
has been 10 years since.

W. Silva