I posted this earlier. This is a link to a laporoscopic website with lots of photos of what they found in gallbladders they had removed. I have seen most of these same types of stones come out of my own body. Liver Flushing can produce a wide variety of stones over time. I hope that these photos have some credibility for you, as they were provided by physicians. //www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1073401#i
In addition, a few points:
1. "Green pea-shaped" objects were released into my bms when I was preparing for livers flushes - during the time that apple juice is consumed. This was days before any oil was introduced. Also, I was following Moritz protocol strictly, including eating a vegan diet during the preparation time. There was no oil at all from my diet. These stones came out on their own. They could not possibly be composed of olive oil or be "olive oil soap" balls.
2. I do not have a gallbladder, yet I have removed thousands of stones. Stones are not produced by the gallbladder, but they can become lodged there, calcified there (which is the first way that physicians can find them using ultra sound) and cause problems for gallbladder functioning. Stones originate from the liver. I can feel the stones moving in my liver, and feel the relief within 20 minutes of drinking the OO/citrus mixture. These are the larger stones, and are usually more than an inch (2.5 cm) in length. The stones come from my liver, existed before the oil from the OO/citrus drink, and are removed with the liver flush. The only real connection between the olive oil and the production of stones is that the olive oil activates a sudden, strong contraction of the entire liver, resulting in the expulsion of already-existing stones.
3. I showed some of my stones to a physician, who is a friend, and she said she had seen the same objects in the livers of patients she was operating on. These objects were found in the liver.
Just a thought - physicians who debunk the idea of Liver Flushing may not believe stones are produced in the liver, because they are only familiar with the calcified stones which show up on ultrasound. Calcified stones are usually found in the gallbladder - but not always. My physician friend was startled to see these stones, as she had seen them in the livers of patients during surgeries but didn`t know what they were. If you do not have recognizable experience or knowledge of something, you will doubt it`s existence.