First I want to tell you how to stop an attack. Take one tablespoon of Epsom Salt
and mix it up until it is dissolved in a small glass of water and drink it. It will not taste too good, but at this point who cares how it tastes? Relief from gall bladder attack should happen within minutes. If not, the dose can be repeated a second time in about an hour. This is an emergency remedy and needs to be followed, as soon as possible, with liver flushing.
I do not know what recipe or protocol you have used. Most of the people here use Dr. Hulda Clark
's way, which you can find by clicking on Dr. Clark on curezone's home page. Read all.....lots of interesting information there.
To get the olive oil down, I drink with a straw, putting it far back in my mouth so I dont really taste the olive oil much. Some people mix pink grape fruit (freshly squeezed)juice with half a cup of olive oil. I have done this. Usually I use two cups of olive oil and chase it with sips of the juice of six lemons. This takes an hour to get it all down, but I have not puked with this recipe. I have puked with the grapefruit juice recipe, however I did not do it at the recommended time, so that may be why. It is important to do all the things at the exact times. I found this out the hard way because I am a hard head and did not listen to directions! Ha ha ha.
Even when I did puke, I still got stones out. Going to get real graphic here, so please bear with me. I shit in a collander and use chop stick to stir it with, flushing the toilet, keeping the collander in the toilet water. I think you may have passed stones and missed seeing them. Stones can hide in the fecal matter. When I am done passing stones, I pour bleach in the collander and clean it with the toilet brush. If you want to save passed stones they need to be kept in the freezer.
I also have taken one dose of Alka Seltzer GOLD after drinking the olive oil. It helps the nausea. So does sniffing peppermint oil. I also take very small sips of V-8 juice to help with nausea.
I think what you are describing is the beginning of a gall bladder attack. With a full blown one, the pain is great, unreal, debilitating........not discounting what you described, just saying that it can get worse.(The way your attack goes, is how mine started, then it got so bad it scared me and I went to the ER.) That can be prevented by doing liver flushing. Once is not enough. We can get out over 2,000 stones, passing a hundred or more with each flush. I have done ten flushes so far, passing hundreds of stones. I only had one bad attack, last year, and I never want to repeat that. Changing what I eat also helped.
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