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Re: Liver Flush, Separating Facts from Fiction
Jerome99 Views: 20,639
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Re: Liver Flush, Separating Facts from Fiction

This is totally correct. Those who claim that the "stones" expelled during a Liver Flush are merely olive oil and juice that has been "calcified," etc., are putting forth false information. I know this because I passed two such green fatty "stones" the first time I ever did a coffee enema, which was long before I had ever tried a liver flush. Then, when I tried a Liver Flush months later, I passed many more of the same exact "stones." Not only that, but I no longer became drowsy at all after eating.

Not to mention, upon examining the stones that I had expelled after the liver flush, I found that they were surprisingly firm and condensed. Far too firm to have been magically formed in less than 12 hours in my digestive tract.

Anyway, don't believe the hype. Liver/gall bladder stones and the benefits to be had by expelling them are real. The pursuit for truth in wellness continues.

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