> I have two large Gallstones
as diagnosed by an ultrasound. The largest is 16 mm (5/8 of an inch) in diameter. I hesitate to do a liver/gallbladder flush for fear of these stones getting stuck in either the cystic duct or the common bile duct during the flush.
> Is this fear justified? If so, what should I do?
Every single person with diagnosed Gallstones
have the same fear!
But, think ...
you have 3 choices:
2. Do nothing
3. Alternative medicine
If you choose 1. it is too late for 2. and 3.
If you choose 3., you can always change your mind and undertake surgery, or just do nothing.
I am not aware of anyone needing emergency surgery, after doing flush.
I am not aware of anyone being in life threatening situation after flush! (I have no crystal ball and I don't know everything!)
I know people who failed getting stones out with flush, and then have choosen surgery. (very few ... read story from Robinson Cathy on this web site)
I know people who got stones out, and didn't need surgery. (very many ...)
Nobody died while flushing!
People sometimes die while having surgery or after!
There are many side efects of surgery .... higher inidence of Bowel disease and Colon Cancer, IBS, Pain ...
Risk of having bad experience when doing flush is 100 time smaller then when having surgery.
Choice is yours!
> If not, which flush posted is the most likely to dissolve or push out the stone that is 16 mm in diameter (I was told my duct was only 3mm in diameter).
Ducts are not made of steel!
Ducts are elastic, just like intestines, skin, birth chanal ....
Look at the photos of stones on this web site!
Dr.Clark' cleanse is considered safest !
READ ! READ ! READ ! READ ! READ ! READ ! READ ! READ !
The more stories you read, the more you will know!
There are over 300 storeis on this web site or linked from this web site!
Read and you will find all answers!
Read this story:
From: "David Koeller"
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2001 19:37:17 -0500
Subject: [gallstones] Success Story
I just wanted to post another success story. I am a 33 year old male.
I started having attacks back in August, while on a vacation in Niagara
Falls after a heavy meal. I had lost about 25 pounds over the spring
and summer and I had cutback on eating almost any fat through most of
June and July. I thought at the time I ate something that was bad and
had an episode of food poisoning. A couple months later I had another
attack early in the morning right after consuming a bowl of cereal with
milk. Once again I attributed it to something I ate and I was ready to
get the cereal tested for poison or something along those lines due to
the severity of the pain and the fact that it subsided after I had
vomited . My grandparents, mother and uncle all had their gallbladders
removed later in life, but I never thought of myself being afflicted at
my age. My mom suggested it might be a gallbladder attack based on the
description of the pain. I continued with attacks for about one week
straight. I could not even eat any dairy or other fatty foods at all
without suffering for a couple hours with dull pain with occasional
I had mentioned my symptoms to a friends father at our church who had
had severe gallbladder attacks two years ago and was diagnosed with a
gallbladder problem that would probably require surgery. He did the
olive oil and lemon juice flush. I started researching the flush since
he was not sure of the exact recipe he had used. I found the following
I decided to give this recipe a try. I didn’t do any apple juice prep
since at that point I was having attacks daily and I had already been
diagnosed by my physician with a gallbladder problem after several days
of continuous discomfort. I didn't want to wait any longer.
I fasted the next day and tried to get down the 16 oz of olive oil and 8
oz of lemon juice. I managed to get down about ¾ of it over an hour and
a half and I couldn’t bear no more and fell asleep on my right side. I
could feel my gallbladder area surging and I knew something was going
on. I finally managed to fall asleep and managed to get through until
morning. I didn’t pass any visible stones, not that I checked all that
thoroughly, but I did pass a very greenish stool and I felt pretty good.
By 12 noon I felt pretty good and actually got out of the house. My
three year old had to go to the doctor for some tests which thankfully
turned out negative that afternoon. My wife decided to treat her to ice
cream at Friendly's that afternoon. I decided I would try to eat a
little. I felt decent and decided to do a test. I ordered a great big
cheese burger and a large chocolate milk shake. Prior to the flush for
over a week, even the slightest fat consumption and I was keeled over in
pain, I figured if I got through this meal okay, then I was cured.
I’m happy to say that I have not had any pain now for the last month and
a half since I did the flush. I recently went for an abdominal
ultrasound and I was diagnosed with an empty healthy gallbladder. The
ultrasound technician had had her gallbladder out and mentioned that she
wish she had known about the flush as well before taking to the knife.
I plan to do a flush every year as preventive maintenance since this
tends to run in my family. My mom was amazed with the success and
wished she had known of this before she had surgery five years ago. It
seams that this recipe was more extreme than others I have read about on
the internet in regards to quantity of oil and lemon juice, but I
figured the more you get down, the more work it will do. I hope others
can benefit from the flush. I figure what have you got to lose. Your
only taking in natural items, it's not like your drinking gasoline or