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Re: Rowachol
 
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Published: 11 years ago
 
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Re: Rowachol


Have your doctors confirmed that you actually have stones?
Actually yes, I do plan doing liver flush, for now I have planned to use Rowachol for some time, that will also be my time to search for and gather the needed ingredients for doing the flush. Currently I'm trying to find out where to get the salt, I'm not sure I can use the one that is meant for gardening purposes, though it says it's 100% pure. And about Rowachol, I simply went to one of my local drug stores and asked whether they had it, I was glad that they did, and it's prescription free. I am from Lithuania, Europe.

I am not sure how fast it is acting on the stones, but I do suspect that it needs some time, even for softening them up a bit. Why did you not use ES other times? I think it is essential for the "tubes" to get wider in order for stones to pass.
 

 
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