The one I rely on is White Tiger's Preferred Liver Flush
It was pleasant, and easy-to-make, at first, but then, once, it worked like gangbusters!
My husband was ill with vertigo (for the second time in 35 years) and I was trying to make him small, good meals, in bed, because every small move made him falling-down dizzy and nauseous.
He hadn't moved for 13 hours when I laid down the law...I would call the ambulance if he didn't go pee. (He hadn't used the facilities I had prepared.)
I heard him slamming into walls, etc., on his way.
I called the ambulance, anyway, at the 21st hour, because I knew I couldn't manage him in the nighttime by myself. His daughter insisted.
Anyway, I had drunk the full four cups of White Tiger's Preferred...about my third or fourth batch, and, while I was doing dishes, I got liver area sharp pains.
Ow, aw, ee, oo...I was hopping around the kitchen. I soon learned that sitting relieved 'ouch'...and doing dishes brought it on...arm movements.
Five or six stones dropped out of my liver to some kind of a 'holding spot' near my gallbladder.
Google CureZone for "Eye of Tiger" in the Liver Flush
Forum . See how good my memory is.
Plain Hulda Clark Liver Flushes
moved most of the stones on out, I think, but I have one left that may be too big, or I should just go ahead and DO it WITH all the Epsom Salts
Or, down a few pots of Liver Flush
Anyway, that's one recipe that has no oil. I think it is best for flushing stones out of the liver, more than out of the gallbladder.
It made me hippety-hop but it wasn't memorably painful. Maybe I have an angel watching over me.
There is another 'oilless' recipe which uses egg yolks, I think...but egg yolks are oily, aren't they?
My best wishes, Gm7b5.