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Re: There is no such thing as "no stones".
 
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Re: There is no such thing as "no stones".


If you study Chinese Te'o like I have, you will understand that there are four different stones, green brown black and red, and the red ones are the most toxic in the one's deepest in the liver. I do a liver Purge once or twice a year for the last 20 years, over the last 20 years as I have watched hundreds and hundreds of people do the liver Purge. I witnessed about three people that could not hold the oil down, and all three of those people had chronic liver disease, one of them being my mother. And she died non-alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver oh, a few years later. I guess I really need to get on here and do some write-ups. I have witness so many liver purchase over the last 20 years I guess by default I'm pretty much an expert. But one thing I will say from the start, I would never recommend more than one or two liver perges hey year. In my opinion it's just too taxing on the liver, because you've got to consider when the liver has become so full of stones at that magnitude, it puts the liver under great stress already. So my Approach is slow and easy and just be consistent annually. I have a lot of stories and I guess I need to start sharing what I have seen. I can also tell you stories where people have been encouraged to do a liver Purge, and kept putting It Off until the bowel duct became severely inflamed, with two subject people, and one of those was my mechanic years ago, he did not see it to be important until he died of pancreatic cancer. It started in the bile duct, he had a gallbladder attack, they put stents in his bile duct, because of the inflammation, but the information turned out to be cancer. Right now I have a really good friends, and he chose keep putting all these liver Purge 4 the last six years and now they are shoving stints into his bile duct, and so now I'm guessing that he will go the way of my mechanic. This story is in live-action as I am speaking here and I guess I will keep up-to-date, his next doctor visit is next week to get an update on what's going on inside of his body. But I will rewrite both of these stories because they're so much more details that people could learn from. But one thing I say for sure, overworking the liver with heavy purges could possibly be just as bad as under working the liver. And there is a point of no return as far as natural goes if a person Waits too late and medical will be there only solution, and that's not a good place to be.
 

 
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