>- feeling better does not mean something is working or beneficial
To an extent, you may be correct. Alcohol may make you fell better while it is in your system, but afterward things can be just as bad as before.
However, if you feel better afterward and this improvement continues to be felt, then it is very likely that it WAS beneficial.
>- can feel better from chemotherapy as it knocks back the cancer
First, I have known many people taking chemo and I have never heard of any that really felt better while taking it. Get over that. Yes, the absence of cancer will make you feel better and that is an improvement no matter how achieved.
>- These flushes are not expelling large Gallstones as is being claimed. This has been proven over and over.
Again, many of these tests are done with fingers on the scale and there are also tests to refute this.
>- So putting yourself at risk just to feel better temporarily is as ludicrous as taking cocaine to make yourself feel better.
Risk? Having a good movement is a serious risk? There is far more risk in eating something with high fructose corn syrup or synthetic artificial sweeteners.
There is more risk in gall bladder surgery than in flushing.