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Re: "Soap" during liver flushes
 
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Re: "Soap" during liver flushes


Some people have theorized that the stones passed in a Liver Flush are mostly saponified olive oil -- that is, olive oil that has been turned into a form of soap.
Most of us believe this is wrong, for various reasons. In the first place, some people's stones have been analyzed and have been proved to be cholesterol and bile. Also, the chemistry of saponification involves saturated fats (tallow, palm oil, coconut oil, etc.) and not unsaturated fats such as olive. Furthermore, the process which results in saponification is very different from what occurs in human digestion. Finally, a few flushers have reported that they have passed some stones from the Epsom Salts alone, before even taking the oil and citrus.
Andreas Moritz, one of the foundng gurus of liver flushing, rather decisively debunks the saponification theory in his book about liver and gall bladder flushes.
Speaking from my own experience, I do not believe the stones I have passed in over twenty flushes are soap or anything like it.
 

 
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