Way to go. I knew I could count on searching for your posts for entertainment.
You've gone through great pains to prove that the stones released from Liver Flushing are not gallstones.
READ: The stones released from Liver Flushing are primarily intrahepatic stones. That is why it is called a *liver* flush. It is unfortunate other flushers proclaimed their intrahepatic stones to be true Gallstones to you in the past, which you cited evidence against. But maybe it's time to let this go and realize it's *your* understanding about the flush that is limited.
You've gone through excrutiating pains to prove that the intrahepatic stones released are merely soap stones.
Obviously oil and bile can saponify in the conditions during a flush, and it's unfortunate other flushers have disregarded the credible evidence you cited. However, it is time for you to let this go and realize that it is *your* understanding about the Liver Flush that is limited.
READ: Soap stones can and do get formed in a liver flush, and in certain situation they do resemble intrahepatic stones. But they are not the same.
Soap stones do not smell like death. Soap stones do not magically choose 5 different colors and consistencies. Soap stones do not get accompanied by liver flukes. Soap stones do not initiate herxheimer reactions. Soap stones do not get formed from taking Epsom Salt alone. Soap stones do not cure chronic pains and ailments upon release.
It is not that you are irrational. No, in fact, any rational thinker questions the results of a successful liver flush. It's what one chooses to do with that rational that ultimately determines the level of intelligence one might possess.
You are doing your job perfectly! After all, what would this website be without captain soap stones and the masses? Hahahahahaaaaaaaa!!!