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I dont doubt that the liver flush does good for many people

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I dont doubt that the liver flush does good for many people

What I do doubt is whether the "stones" that come out after a flush are gallstones.
You ask "Do you believe the lab reports are made up or false? Why would Curezone make up lab reports showing that the stones are calcified/cholesterol stones?" I have searched CureZone and haven't been able to find copies of any lab reports, except for one reference to a JPEG on Dr Clarke's site. I have reservations about that report because it says "Calculi source reported as liver stones ". It does not say how they were obtained. It seems unlikely that Dr Clarke sent them for analysis, since the lab to which they were delivered is a very long way from where she is. So who did send them? How do we know they resulted from a flush.
As I said before, if I were Clarke, Moritz, or anyone else advocating flushing as a means of eliminating stones, I would personally pay the costs for a number of people to take the results of my "flush recipe" to a laboratory and ask for them to be tested for the percentages of cholesterol, calcium bilirubinate, copper bilirubinate and maybe some other things, depending on the appearance of the stones. That way, if the tests proved that "stones" known to have come from a flush, were proved to have a composition comparable with gallstones, I would have irrefutable proof that the flush does cause Gallstones to be passed. SO WHY HAVE NONE OF THEM DONE THIS?
There are thousands of testimonies here proving that people benefit from a liver flush. I don't deny that for a moment, I just dont think we may understand why it is beneficial.
Perhaps you should ask yourself why Clarke and Moritz are seen as "quacks"? The research section of mainstream medicine is certainly not averse to exploring alternative medicine. It acknowledges, for example, that garlic may well be more efficient at "killing" candida than nystatin. Where I live, in France, a GP is as likely to prescribe a homeopathic remedy as a drug.

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