"As I already pointed out and you ignored there are people writing books pushing the flushes and even kits being sold. Thus it fits the definition of a scam."
Not considering that the kits are unnecessary. Therefore the scam definition is lacking. I have never seen a kit or even an advertisement for a kit.
I would say the closest product I have seen that involves the Liver/gall bladder flush, is the Dr Schulze product. Which is an awesome product with excellent high quality herbal tinctures that promote vagus nerve stimulation along with straight forward explanation of the process, and knockout herbal teas. The product is worth every penny. All the herbs have a long history of efficacy. The Dr Schulze product also promotes the use of garlic, which many people believe should not be ingested. That doesn't mean that the use of garlic is a scam. Your rhetoric regarding the Liver Flush coupled with a persons discernment and logic only bolsters the claim that Liver Flushes work. Your evidence is full of holes and incomplete. And your explanations illogical and fallacious.
Not to mention your hypocritical use of humiliation, while at the same time accusing others of cheap shots and misrepresenting their position, is tantamount to the fraud and scams regarding gall bladder removal as a solution to the problem.