Subject: [gallstones] Gallstones are formed in the liver
"Some people believe that small stones are formed in the liver and then
drop down into the galbladder. I believe most of the Gallstones are
formed in the gallbladder and not the liver. It does happen that the
liver does produce stones but it is more rare."
I know you've had your gall bladder removed and you probably got your
information from the doctors who did it. If what they told you is
correct, you should get no more stones when you flush.
However, Hulda Clark says gall stones are formed in the liver. "At the
very center of each stone is found a clump of bacteria... suggesting a
dead bit of parasite might have started the stone." "As the stones
grow and become more numerous the back pressure on the liver causes it
to make less bile." "No stomach infection such as ulcers or intestinal
bloating can be cured permanently without removing these Gallstones
from the liver."
"This (procedure) contradicts many modern medical viewpoints.
Gallstones are thought to be formed in the gallbladder, not the
liver... The truth is self evident. People who have had their
gallbladder surgically removed still get plenty of green, bile-coated