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Re: Colon/Parasite cleanse necessary prior to Liver Flush (for mild acne)?


Thankyou for offering your wisdom to my response, it is much appreciated.

I am new/naive when it comes to liver flushing, as I have performed only 3 flushes. That being said I have sought out other credible sources of information in relation to liver flushing, and many practicioners have had success with GCG and Chanca Piedra along with liver flushing. This is why I choose to use them as part of my Liver Flushing program. I do not use herbs strictly alone as the one person on this forum you mentioned had. If the Chanca Piedrea and GCG helps to break down cholesterol stones then I gladly take them because that is the result I am after.

It is my understanding that cholesterol stones in the gallbladder will not likely be picked up by an ultrasound, please correct me if I am incorrect. If this is true, then even if a person goes for an ultrasound, only the calcified stones will be picked up due to their density. Not to mention that any stones in the biliary ducts of the liver will likely not be picked up by the ultrasound either.

It is also my understanding that by performing a Liver Flush and seeing stones come out, this means that there are stones in the gallbladder/liver. Also if someone has experienced relief after performing a flush, they likely have gallstones. In either case a person should likely continue performing flushes.

I am sorry that you have a calcified stone of 1", I imagine it is not easy to bear. I appreciate that you have chosen not to experiment based on what Liver Flush man posted in his video. Everyone has different ideas of what is safe, and what is not. What works for some doesn't work for everyone. But if someone has had success with something I can appreciate it, and take away from it what I see as positive.
 

 
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