I too fall into the realm of skeptics regarding Clark's parasite claims.
However, I have come to the conclusion that the believers are believers and
nothing can or will change their minds while I'm on the other end of the
spectrum and nothing but sound laboratory analysis will change mine, and just
let it sit there. No study has ever produced the parasites that Clark
As to the bacteria within the stone, there is laboratory evidence for that.
At http://www.nature.com/nsu/010524/010524-12.html you will find a story
about the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, in Florida, in
May 2001 where the idea was presented that Typhoid Mary's Gallstones were the
reservoir for the typhoid epidemic in NYC 100 years ago. The site http://www.surgery.ucsf.edu/research/pathoph.html is a page where two
physicians from the Dept of Veterans Affairs discuss the fact that analysis
has found bacteria in gallstones.
Since my "healing crisis" during flush #16, I have become a firm believer
that there are also many poisons and bacteria trapped in the liver and
gallbladder that are flushed with the methods reported on this list. My
chills and shivers without fever, followed by a significant fever (101.5)
were simply too short-lived (less than 8 hours) to be viral or the normal
bacterial infection type. I had several other symptoms too including a break
out on my nose and lip that were similar to other healing events that I have
experienced with juice fasting and other internal cleansing. (I even broke
out with a full blown boil on my leg within 4 days of beginning to take grape
seed extract. The only other boil I ever had was when I was 9 years old.) I
think that the poisons and bacteria that are released during a flush are
often overlooked and considered to be more important in the colon flushes.
Yet it is the liver that filters these poisons from our bodies. It is easy
to understand how they can also be trapped in chaff and stones that are
retained by either the gallbladder or liver. Anyway, just another personal
lesson for me. As Barry has said, each of us is an individual and we are
each unique so our experiences with these flushes and their methodologies can
Clark's successful method of gallstone and Liver Flush has become quite
popular, and regardless of her premises behind it, it works and it works very