Verifiable lab analysis stones excreted after liver flush?
The answer you want depends how you define the word "stone".
You're asking a question without first defining the word "stone".
You're also asking a question that has been asked many-many times.
This subject is pretty much about:
A) The definition of the word "stone", and
B) The differences in opinions as to what the word "stone" means.
The medical monopolists would like to think their gall bladder surgery is your only option, and our Liver Cleansing is useless.
In sharp contrast, we believe that, unless it's an emergency, gall bladder surgery is a costly and unnecessary procedure; an overkill for solving an issue where our highly useful Liver Cleansing could have done a far better job.
To the best of my knowledge no one has been successful in using medical laboratories and the medical establishment to prove that the "stones" we produce during or immediately after our Liver Flushes are similar or same "stones" that the medical monopolists consider to be "stones".
However, regardless how we define the word "stone", and in spite of their "professional opinions" to the contrary
(1) ALL Liver Cleanses are good and useful, and
(2) The evacuation of every kind of stone is good, useful, and beneficial.
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