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Questions: Mg citrate/sulfate, gallbladder bile entry/exit...

Recurring pain attacks for almost a year as driving force to try Clark flush. Very amazed when it worked in my sleep, no pain. Pea size stones, tan on outside some with square green edges, from previously being compacted?

Where is the entry of bile or the "rolling down stones" from the liver into the gallbladder? The picture looks as if there is only one exit tube, no entry into the sack.

Is magnesium citrate easier to swallow than magnesium sulphate = Epsom salt? What would comparable dose of Mg citrate liquid be to 1tbsp of Epsom salt?

I tried to keep some stones on kitchen towels to have them dry out. Instead, they leaked oil into the towels and started to smell...
Found a site on google how to extract cholesterol crystals with butanone from "crushed" gallstone powder from operated stones. Mine could only be squished, not crushed... but they looked like the pictures on // - just less crumbly.

Three days later and I have more energy again when the road looked like either increasing frequency of attacks with long time out of doing anything or operation since diet and teas did not seem to do much.

Am very grateful to have finally found this site and would appreciate if anybody of the "well read" knows some answers.

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