I also tend to agree that these may not necessarily be "stones". I am of the impression that they are more like "soap" than stones....soap is, after all, a combination of oil and lye, which I am thinking that bile (from the liver) may be a good substitute for. Be that as it may, I must say that I *DO* indeed feel much better from my Liver Flushes
and have cleared up my previously diagnosed "fatty liver" and other health issues by doing them. I, too, have been told I look 15 to 20 years younger than I am, and I think the flushes as well as teh kidney cleanses have everythign to do with this. The Liver Flushes
do work for people with fatty liver, stones or not, and here is my take on why this is: The fat globules which were stored up inside the liver (thereby giving the liver the fatty appearance, or marbelized appearance, on ultrasound) are coaxed into being released by the Epsom Salts
and Olive Oil/Lemon Juice drinks. I am guessing that it's these fat globules from the liver which are making up the fat, or at least part of it, in the "soap" , which liver flushers call 'chaff' or 'stones'.
I also think that these stored fat globules are responsible for a number of other health problems, including high cholesterol and polycystic ovarian syndrome and allergies, among other things, because these stored fat globules in the liver may be the store houses for too much estrogen and/or too much insulin, accumulating too much of what are otherwise good hormones to the point of detriment for the body. The same goes for the preservatives
and chemicals and other additives
from the foods we consume, which may not ever be a good thing to have in the body, let alone in a concentrated accumulated form, as they are found in the stored fat globules in the liver.
That is why I think it is a great idea to Liver Flush
for folks with fatty liver. And to do so until the diagnosis comes back "all clear". For folks who have an otherwise healthy liver, the other route may be best, with the gold coin grass and of course, lots and lots of water (as one should always take in any case).
Thanks for sharing your experience and I apologize that some folks may have gotten on your case about it. They were wrong. Certainly a forum like this should be open to all experiences, both the positive and the negative so that folks investigating can make their own choices based on all the facts. Unfortunately some people get so caught up in what they think is a good thing, that they lose sight of that.