>- liver flushing", which can lodge a real stone in a duct leading to pancreatitis and requiring emergency surgery?
You mean the stone that would eventually have lodged anyhow?
I have never heard from one single person who had this happen, but a lot who benefitted from flushing.
I submit that a far greater percentage of acetominophen users die yearly than liver flushers.
I submit that a far greater percentage of ibuprophen users die yearly than liver flushers.
Find some reality.
>- How many "liver flush" supporters go out and collect natural Epsom Salts ?
They do not need to, Natural Epsom Salt is easy to obtain over the internet. It is cheap and easy to produce. It comes up out of the ground and all that is needed is to evaporate the water.
>- do they go to the store and buy the synthetic salt?
Yes, some do and it is no big deal. It is a byproduct of some chemical processes and therefore cheaper to produce. Actually, it costs next to nothing for the synthetic version.
>- unless the "liver flush" supporters are going with a pick and shovel to collect their own natural Epsom Salts the "liver flush" supporters are once again deliberately trying to mislead people.
As per usual, your knowlege of the subject is limited if not almost completely absent. There is no misleading. Liver Flushing is far safer than the alternatives, even if you use the stuff that comes from big pharma. Problems with flushing are rare and the benefits are great.
If you really want to be concerned about something seriously harmful, try tylenol or other forms of acetominophen - the number one cause of liver failure, or ibuprophen - the number one cause of kidney failure.