GALL STONE CLEANSE
"Are you 'Stoned'?"
Remove gall stones WITHOUT gall bladder surgery! -
Remove gall stones without cost!
Copyright © Stephanie Relfe www.relfe.com
This article is provided as a courtesy of
Stephanie Relfe. Original article with numerous testimonials can be accessed from:
This recipe is
included here for information purposes only!
is rather extreme, because the amount of oil is EXTREME (2 cups), and the amount
of juice to be taken in a short period of time is also extreme!
If you are new to
liver cleansing, I urge you to first try Hulda Clark's recipe,
which is very potent, but all you need is 1/2 cup of olive oil.
If you are liver cleansing
veteran, and you like to explore your limits, then this cleansing recipe
may just be the right for you to try!
You may get very sick after consuming 2 cups of olive oil.
1/2 cup or up to a 1 cup of oil happened to be more then enough for most
You have been warned!
BOOK SUMMARY: The
following information on gall stones and the gall bladder is from the excellent
book "Are you 'Stoned'?" by chiropractor Claude M. Lewis, Edith Hiett
and Leon Hiett.
Most people are likely to have hundreds of gall stones. They are soft and
don't show up on an x-ray unless they calcify. They may also not show on
an ultrasound scan. However, they cause
problems such as gall bladder attack, allergies, intolerance, by blocking the bile ducts even when they
are not calcified.
Many people have experienced the non-surgical removal of gall stones. One
gall stone cleanse is detailed in Hulda Clark's book "The Cure for all Diseases".
That is one that I always do.
Much of the following information on gall stones and the gall bladder is
from the excellent book "Are you 'Stoned'?" by chiropractor Claude M.
Lewis, Edith Hiett and Leon Hiett.
only ingredients to this method are olive oil and lemon juice. This
article is a summary of that book:
The authors personally experienced the
non-surgical removal of gall stones. Not only did they dispose of any
possible future gall bladder problems, they also received more energy and
stamina than they had in quite a while.
The pain of a gall bladder attack can be excruciating.
Start to think of pain as your friend. Pain is your body's way of telling
you that something is wrong. Once you figure out what is wrong and what
to do about it, the pain will go away.
The book describes one man who had a gall bladder attack. It came on
suddenly with no warning. He was very fit, looked healthy and had no
symptoms. But when the pain came on it was so severe he almost had a car
accident. So, he got had his gall bladder taken out with gall bladder
surgery as so many people do. Presumably the doctors didn't warn him
about the likely subsequent effects of a gall bladder surgery. Now, many
food cause him real digestive troubles, even simple foods like lettuce, that
didn't affect him before.
Another woman was told that she would be able to eat what she liked after the
operation. I don't know if they lied to her or were just ignorant, but
after the operation she found the digestion of many foods "unbearably
painful", including meat, cream sauces, gravies, hot breads, pasta, green
salad and sweets! Her digestive difficulties stayed with her for at least
15 years after her operation.
The authors told some friends how they removed their gall stones without
surgery, simply and harmlessly, with no time lost from job or family, no pain,
no expense. Their friends tried it with varying degrees of success, but
ALL were successful.
What does the gall bladder do?
The gall bladder stores bile, and releases it in optimum quantities when it is
needed. Without your gall bladder, the liver will STILL produce bile, but
the bile will leak inside you because it will not have a proper place to go.
What is bile?
The spleen breaks down worn-out red blood cells into bile salts and other
substances. (What a wonderful system is our body! Even worn out
blood cells get used!). Bile salts are normal in the body when in normal
The liver removes excess bile salts and wastes and sends them to the gall
bladder for storage. The liver is the body's principal chemical plant. If
a man built a plant to perform all the chemical functions one mans' liver could
perform, the plant would cover 500 acres.
While the products are in the gall bladder, water is reabsorbed and so the
waste products get more and more concentrated and form bile.
Bile is needed for 3 things:
1.It neutralizes the acid from the stomach (because bile is very alkaline)
2.It breaks down fats so that they can be digested
3.It is a natural laxative for the colon
Bile is essential in the digestion of fats. When you eat a meal with
fats, the gall bladder releases a LARGE amount of bile to digest the
fats. One big problem when a person has gall bladder surgery is that the
body has nowhere to store bile until it is needed. Therefore, it just drips
continually. And when a large amount is needed to digest a meal with a
lot of fat, there is not anywhere enough bile added to digest it properly.
What are gall stones?
Stones can form anywhere in the body where there is a liquid containing mineral
salts that can be crystallized and where the fluid is held for a while in a
hollow organ, such as the gall bladder.
The stones may be large or small, and sometimes grow together causing extra
large stones. Small stones are often excreted along with the bile and
eliminated with no problem. Larger ones, however, can become lodged in
the ducts, causing gall stone colic, one of the most painful illnesses known.
At other times, gall stones may be silent. In autopsies, examiners often
find gall bladders full of gall stones although the deceased had no complaints
A gall stone is not a true stone. They are rather rubbery and soft.
Most gall stones float. They are mostly green. The size varies from
rice grains to golf balls. Even large gall stones will slip out easily
with this gall stone cleanse. Dr Lewis had one lady who passed a gall
stone as big as two hens eggs stuck together!!!
What Symptoms might be produced if there are
Gall stones can cause symptoms such as GALL BLADDER ATTACK, gall bladder
problems and gall bladder pain.
Gall stones can also cause symptoms which
seem unrelated to gall stones, such as GAS on the stomach, intestinal
gas or cramping in the stomach.
If a gall stone remains lodged in the bile for a long time, there will be a
buildup of bile behind it. This can result in JAUNDICE, where the
skin turns yellow.
Gall stones are more likely to grow where there are high levels of cholesterol.
CHOLECYSTITIS is an inflammation and possible infection of the gall bladder,
caused by a blockage that has been there too long.
Organs never "malfunction". They never do something other than
what they are supposed to do. But they do STOP working. The answer
is not to remove the organ, but to work out what is needed to get the organ to
start working again.
When ducts get blocked with gall stones, the bile must still get out into the
small intestine. It may take another route and end up in the pancreas and
by that route go to the small intestine. The body is making the best of a
The trouble with this new pathway is that the bile irritates the
pancreas. When a cell is irritated, it performs its function. In
this case, the pancreas produces insulin. The problem with this is that
the insulin is being produced at the wrong time, and this can cause HYPOGLYCAEMIA
(low blood sugar) when the insulin breaks sugar down. Later on, when
insulin is needed, there will not be enough, and that causes HYPERGLYCAEMIA (too
much sugar) - in other words, DIABETES.
Dr Claude Lewis believes that "gall stones are probably the major cause
for the adult onset of diabetes". (Though eating sugar is probably a
big cause too. Diabetes did not exist before we had sugar).
Understand that this is not a cure for diabetes, but Dr Lewis has had people
who greatly reduced or eliminated their insulin after flushing out their gall
Warning to people who take INSULIN:
After you do a gall stone cleanse, check
your insulin levels before taking any insulin. Otherwise you may suffer insulin
shock, from making your insulin levels too high. This happened to one
woman in her 30s 4 days after flushing out her gallstones.
Removing gall stones may also help CONSTIPATION, because it improves
the flow of bile which is a natural laxative.
Removing gall stones may also help to improve a body that is generally
HEPATITIS is an inflammatory process in the liver. It can be
caused by gall stones, because of the back-log of impure products.
This gall stone cleanse is good also for those
who have HAD THEIR GALL BLADDER REMOVED! To quote from the book:
'I remember one lady … who'd had her gall bladder surgically removed … "I
can't believe it," she told me. "I'm still having the same
symptoms I had before I had the gall bladder operation three years ago".
"You probably have gall stones" I said
"You didn't hear me," she responded. "I told you I had my
gall bladder removed three years ago."
"That doesn't have anything to do with it. You're still alive;
therefore, your liver keeps on removing impurities. They have to go
somewhere, and they've formed more gall stones."
(The doctor told her to watch "what she ate", but did not tell her
what she should and shouldn't eat. After all, the average doctor spends
only 12 hours or less learning about nutrition in a five year course)
This woman did the olive oil-lemon juice treatment with very good
results. Needless to say, she was very surprised!
GALL BLADDER SURGERY (Open Surgery)
The medical system likes to surgically remove the gall bladder as a treatment
for gall stones.
20% of people suffer chronic diarrhea after surgery.
NON-SURGICAL REMOVAL OF GALL STONES
Dr Lewis found that 99% of the people who did his gall bladder cleanse had gall
Dr Lewis' method removes gall stones:
* Virtually for free
* Usually overnight
PLUS you get to keep your gall bladder,
which is essential to keep your body at peak health!
The ONLY ingredients you need are virgin olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon
There are some optional ingredients: Prior to the treatment, apple,
carrot, orange or grapefruit juice for a brief fast. During the
treatment, some V8 juice or pineapple juice.
Following the treatment he strongly recommends vitamin c, methionince, choline,
inositol and lecithin be added to your daily supplements.
A. SUGGESTED PRETREATMENT
A colon irrigation to clean out the system for easier elimination of the stones
is recommended prior to the treatment. You may need to start this a week
or so before the treatment, to be able to have several colonic irrigations.
If you can't have colonic irrigation, consider an enema.
Do one or two days of modified fasting using fresh juices. Apple and
carrot juice are probably the best. Unsweetened orange and grapefruit are
next. Fresh is the first choice, fresh frozen second.
Drink as much as you like!
THE TREATMENT - RECIPE
Pick a day when you have nothing much to do the next day, and preferably even
the day after. Friday is best for most people who have the weekend
off. Don't make any plans to go out!
DO NOT EAT ANY SOLID FOOD after noon on the treatment day. You
may drink water or fresh juices, as much as you like.
DO NOT HAVE ANY FLUIDS after 6.30 pm (or 30 minutes before the start of
your treatment) on the day of treatment. Give your stomach time to evacuate all
the fluids. Then the olive oil won't float up on top of the fluid and
your chances of nausea will be greatly reduced.
YOU WILL NEED:
One pint of cold virgin olive oil.
One half-pint of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Peppermint oil (from your health food store)
Pineapple or V8 juice
Measuring cup or tablespoon size measuring spoon
Pitcher of water
Paint stirring stick
Jar with screw-on lid
Net to drape under the toilet seat, to catch your stones
Place the net under you toilet seat so it will be ready when you need it.
Lift the seat and place the net across the porcelain stool, then replace the
seat so it will hold the net in place. Place the pitcher of water and the
paint stirring stick next to the toilet ready for when you need them.
Also have handy the screw-on lid for storing your gall stones and the index
If you should experience extreme nausea or
vomiting, try chasing it with a small amount of V8 juice or pineapple
juice. Or you might try adding a few drops of peppermint oil to the olive
oil. Use one of these mixtures for a couple of doses and then go back to
the olive oil and lemon juice without adding anything.
Stop eating all solid food
Stop drinking all fluids
Using a measuring device, pour ¼ cup (four tablespoonfuls) of olive oil and
Follow immediately with one or two
tablespoonfuls of lemon juice.
Lie down and relax.
Repeat this every 15 minutes. Sit up,
swallow it and lie down again. If possible, have someone else bring them
Relax, read or watch television.
Repeat the exact dosage every 15 minutes
until you have swallowed all of the pint of olive oil. If there is any
lemon juice left, drink it all.
It is now probably 10.00 or 10.30 pm
Remember, if you have terrible nausea or vomiting sensations, use the
peppermint oil in the olive oil, or chase the olive oil with a small amount of
V8 or pineapple juice, until you can resume taking the plain olive oil and
While you are taking the olive oil and lemon juice, if it gets hard to swallow,
take a little more time between doses. Try 20 minutes between doses, or
25 minutes. Try to swallow all of the oil and lemon juice. If you
are too nauseated to get it all down, take as much as you possibly can.
You have finished the olive oil and lemon juice. Now go to bed and do
your best to go to sleep. Lie on your right side. This position
speeds up the process of the olive oil entering the gall bladder to act as a
lubricant. This, along with the softening action of the lemon juice, will
help to free the stones more easily and readily from the gall bladder.
Stay in bed and forget everything until the urge to go the toilet comes.
That was really quite simple, wasn't it?
About 2.00 or 3.00 am you'll probably wake up with the unmistakeable urge to go
to the toilet. It may not happen. For some, it doesn't happen until
11am the next day. If your first bowel movement is at 2.00 or 3.00 am you
will probably have no stones in it, but you'll want to check to be sure.
When you have the first bowel movement after the treatment, you'll use the
pitcher of water and the paint stirring stick to wash the fecal material
through the net. Pour water gently and use the stick to separate the
stones from the fecal material. The fecal material will be runny and wash
through the net.
You can use the index card, folded in half, as a makeshift shovel. Place
the stones in the jar and screw the lid on. You may want to show your
stones to some people. Many will be amazed, but some will still be
unbelievers. You certainly want to keep your stones for a while to remind
yourself that it was all worth while. After a few days they will dissolve
(because of the lemon juice and oil). If you want to keep them for an
indefinite period, store them in your freezer with a label - GALL STONES.
You may notice green objects and maybe greenish liquid excrement in the toilet
bowel. Those are small gall stones. Some gall stones may be
dissolved by the treatment.
Dr Lewis found that 1% of people failed to pass gall stones. If you are
one of these 1%, don't be disappointed. In some individuals, the powerful
action of the lemon juice causes the stones to dissolve before they are passed
out of the body. IF you have only greenish liquid bowel movements, the
treatment has been effective.
Notice any increase in vitality that usually follows the treatment.
Remember, optimum efficiency in the human body can only occur if all our
God-given parts are working properly.
Some people (including doctors) will say that your gall stones are not gall
stones but fecal matter. To quote from Dr Lewis:
"To clarify the situation and eliminate
such questions, I sent a sample of gall stones to a medical analysis lab run by
a Ph.D. who heads up the Science Department at Texas Woman's University in
Denton. He ran the necessary tests…
His analysis of the stone sample I sent
was 91% cholesterol and the rest was bile salts, water and inert
ingredients. In other words, the sample had the chemical contents of gall
stones. And the report clearly states it was gall stones".
Take supplements to help your body to heal,
including vitamins A,B,C,E and minerals especially magnesium and
potassium. Also methionine, choline, inositol and lecithin. And
whatever else your body tells you it needs.
Stop eating deep-fried foods and any oils other than those that are cold
pressed. Stop eating microwaved food.
Drink 2 litres of good water a day (not
distilled water - the energy has been changed).
SUCCESS STORIES FROM THE BOOK
"I had my gall bladder removed three years ago, but now I seem to have the
same symptoms as I had before the operation: Nausea, gas, poor digestion, pain
and general run-down condition. After taking your gallstone removal
treatment, I got rid of TWO CUPS of stones!" (This woman began to
feel better immediately after and went to work the next day). Mrs N.
"I feel fine, but to encourage my wife to take the treatment (since she
needed it so badly) I decided to go ahead and do it myself. I didn't
realize just how good I COULD feel." Mr C.N. Texas
"In the past eight months, I've done the gall bladder flush four times,
each time passing progressively larger stones. I was really packed! … The
pain in my stomach and esophagus is gone."
"About two weeks after taking the gall bladder treatment I noticed that my
skin condition had greatly improved. This is the first time in thirty
years that my skin has not looked like a teenager with acne. The acne and
skin blemishes are gone and my digestion had improved so much that I no longer
have to take digestive aids." Mr C.K. Texas
"I passed a cupful of stones - four stones were the size of prunes…
The next day I had so much energy, I felt like a new person. I told my
doctor, but he didn't believe me, that it could be done". Mrs
"I feel so much better (after the treatment) that anything you suggest
would be worthwhile if it would make me feel this good". Mrs
"Ten of the stones that I passed were the size of a penny. My energy
level is easier to maintain and now I get by on 6 hours sleep without
fatigue". Mr J.F. Texas
"For more years than I care to remember, I have had trouble with
constipation. I could not have a bowel movement without taking
something….In a 25 year period, I had 66 rectal operations. At one point,
my digestion became so difficult with gas attacks and sour bile creating much
distress that I relied heavily on antacids to relieve the problem…. I passed
approximately 100 gall stones ranging from pea size to quarter size … The
stones ranged in color from the red and tan … to green and quite a number of
black gall stones. I have carefully adhered to the follow-up treatment.
My overall health has greatly improved thanks to this gall bladder treatment
and my strick adherence to these guidelines. Most amazingly, my bowels
are functioning in a normal manner now!" J.B.R. Texas
Copyright © Stephanie Relfe www.relfe.com
This article is provided as a courtesy of
Original article can be accessed here: http://www.relfe.com/gall_stone_cleanse.html
Are You Stoned?
book by Claude M. Lewis D.C, Edith Hiett and Leon Hiett
A Quick, Easy Guide for the Natural Removal of Gallstones.
An excerpt from a message posted on CureZone Liver Flush Forums:
Is there really any solid evidence that
Gallstones can exit gallbladder?
If there was any solid evidence that Gallstones
can exit gallbladder, why would any doctor claim that gallstones CAN NOT exit
Fact: Some gallstones (smaller gallstones) can
Fiction: All gallstones can exit gallbladder.
Anyone believing that every stone can exit gallbladder is ignorant/uninformed or
irrational. Rare stones can be even larger then 2
inch ( 5cm ) in smallest diameter.
Fiction: Gallstones can not exit gallbladder.
Anyone believing that no stone can exit gallbladder is ignorant/uninformed or
irrational. Stones can be smaller then 2 mm in diameter, and could easily travel
through the bile ducts without any chance of causing obstruction.
Majority of gallstones starts their "life" as
a microscopic crystal of cholesterol. Very few gallstones ever get a chance to
grow larger then 2mm. Most are expelled while small as sand.
cholesterol = chole + sterol
The name originates from the Greek chole- (bile) and stereos (solid)
cholesterol = Greek for solid bile
How do we know that some gallstones can exit
It is a well documented medical phenomenon.
Obstruction of the common bile duct is often
caused by gallstones that were expelled from the gallbladder:
In patients with chronic Pancreatitis, common bile duct obstruction is reported
in 3.2-45.6% of patients; however, only 5-10% of all patients with chronic
Pancreatitis require operative decompression of the bile duct.
Passage of gallstones into the common bile duct occurs in approximately 10-15%
of patients with Gallstones. The incidence is thus related to the presence of
gallstones, which are very common (10-20% of population).
Common bile duct stone References
 Braunwald, Fauci, Kasper, Hauser, Longo, Jameson. Harrison's Principles of
Internal Medicine. 15th Edition. McGraw-Hill. 2001.
 Cotran, Kumar, Collins 6th edition. Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease. WB
Saunders Company. 1999.
 Fletcher, D. Gallstones, In: Tjandra, JJ, Clunie GJ, Thomas, RJS (eds);
Textbook of Surgery, 2nd Ed, Blackwell Science, Asia. 2001.
 Haslet C, Chiliers ER, Boon NA, Colledge NR. Principles and Practice of
Medicine. Churchill Livingstone 2002.
 Hurst JW (Editor-in-chief). Medicine for the practicing physician. 4th
edition Appleton and Lange 1996.
 Kumar P, Clark M. CLINICAL MEDICINE. WB Saunders 2002.
 Longmore M, Wilkinson I, Torok E. OXFORD HANDBOOK OF CLINICAL MEDICINE.
Oxford Universtiy Press. 2001
 McLatchie G and LEaper DJ (editors). Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery 2nd
Edition. Oxford University Press 2002.
 MEDLINE Plus
 Raftery AT Churchill's pocketbook of Surgery. Churchill Livingsone 2001.
Jaundice occurs in patients with gall stones when a stone migrates from the gall
bladder into the common bile duct...
Acute pancreatitis develops in 5% of all patients
with gall stones and is more common in patients with multiple small stones, a
wide cystic duct, and a common channel between the common bile duct and
pancreatic duct. Small stones passing down the common bile duct and through the
papilla may temporarily obstruct the pancreatic duct or allow reflux of duodenal
fluid or bile into the pancreatic duct resulting in acute pancreatitis.
Let us do some math here.
20% of people may develop gallstones during their
15% of people with gallstones may experience
obstruction of the common bile duct
How many people may experience obstruction of
the common bile duct?
Answer: 3% of total population where 20% have
What about USA?
Population of USA: 300 million.
How many people may experience obstruction of the common bile duct during their
3% = 9 million people in USA will experience obstruction of the common bile duct
with gallstone(s), gallstone(s) that most likely was formed inside gallbladder,
and then was expelled, only to be stuck into the common bile duct.
Question: Do all gallstones expelled from
gallbladder end-up blocking common bile duct?
Answer: No, only gallstones that have specific
size and/or shape.
By it's size and shape, the stone must be small enough or
slim enough to pass through the cystic duct and exit gallbladder, but it should
be large enough to stuck at the sphincter of oddi, and to block the flow of
liquid bile and pancreatic juices into duodenum.
How many gallstones have that specific size
and/or shape that would allow it to exit gallbladder, but would not allow it to
pass through common bile duct or through the "sphincter of oddi"?
Nobody knows the answer to this question, of
But, we could estimate that less then 10% of all
stones would qualify. That would be of course just an estimation.
We could estimate that 90% of gallstones (or
gallbladder sand and sludge ) that exits gallbladder would not stuck in the
common bile duct, and will never be registered. It would become feces.
What does that mean?
It could mean that majority of people with
gallstones may have expelled some of their stones (or sand) at one time or
another, without ever knowing it happened. Stones pass from bile ducts into
intestines ... no pain ... no obstruction ... no symptoms ... no awareness ....
nobody knows it happened. But it could be happening every day. That is what
nature (evolution) intended for gallstones.
Remember that each stone starts as a microscopic crystal. Who
could count the number of microscopic crystals that are existing gallbladder
Why don't all stones pass?
Why don't gallbaldder get those crystals out before they become
There could be many reasons, like: the lack of
phisical activity, poor diet, stress, dehydration, being owerweight, not
drinking enough water, infection, illness, .... hundreds of oissible
What about USA?
Population of USA: 300 million.
Number of people who will develop gallstones: 20%
= 60 million.
If 90% of them expel some smaller gallstones at
one time or another during their life, then we have 54 million people who
are going to pass or have already passed gallstones, and are not aware of it!!!
54 million of people in USA may expel some smaller gallstones from their
gallbladder. 9 million people in USA will experience obstruction of the common
bile duct, obstruction caused by a gallstone small enough to exit cystic duct,
but too large to exit sphinscter of oddi..
The sphincter of oddi is situated in the upper
intestine, or duodenum, at the site where the common bile duct enters intestine.
Normally, this sphincter functions as a one-way valve to allow bile and
pancreatic secretions to enter the bowel, while preventing the contents of the
bowel from backing up into these ducts.
You can comment and debate this recipe on the
Liver Flush Debate Forum
here on CureZone.
You can get a support on the liver flushing if you access
Liver Flush Support Forum
here on CureZone.
To get support on other alternative remedies for gallstones, please access
Gallbladder Remedies Support
Forum here on CureZone.
To get a support on Gallbladder Surgery, please access
Gallbladder Surgery Support
Forum here on CureZone.
If you are looking for the
frequently asked questions
(FAQ) about the Liver Cleanse (the Liver Flush) please click here.
Return back to the Main Page of Liver Flush.
For more relevant information, please read:
Liver cleanse & Gallbladder cleanse
(Liver flush) (an alternative to gallbladder surgery)
"Are you 'Stoned'?"