It was a ultra sound before and after. Her doctor verified it was gallstones - her doctor is well renowed and respected in the medical community - you may know her Dr. Cynthia Stuart and she lives and works in So. California. She is not the least bit homopathical or natural.
No, never heard of her.
The stone I saw (I went with her to the doctor that day) was dark green and tan, and it floated, and was one of about a dozen of various sizes. She fished a couple out of the toilet and took them to her doctor - she didn't know how hard it was - it looked harder then sqishey to me and it was not opaque in the least. It was shaped sort of like an egg with rounded uneven edges. She aggrees with you that some are from the combination of the oil and lemon. When I flushed, the stones or whatever they were, were all different colors, different every time. I had a lot of tan ones and a few like my sister had - not as big.
These definitely are not gallstones. Every single description, except the different colors, you have given is not of a real gallstone. I did a series of videos on the myth of liver flushing recently. I should have them posted in a few days and you will see what I am talking about.
The flush we used is different than most people use. We did not use epsom salts and less oil (1/4 cup each) and small bottle of malic acid, and 3 or 4 days of drinking apple juice.
Which reminds me about diet... My sister was and had been on a 80% raw and 20% cooked diet. All very healthy things - no white flour, sugar or white rice... lots of fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds. etc. My sister never had a gall bladder attack again, She had about a dozen extremely painful attacks before she realized what they were... she had never had any. She had been juice fasting and forgetting to end them with a flush.
I didn't bring this up to argue but was curious how it could be explained. I know you don't believe in flushes... I value and hold your opinion in the highest regard, and I know you don't want people to do something that will harm them.
I have an answer for all of this. What she was experiencing is called pseudolithiasis (fake gallstones). It looks just like real gallstones on an ultrasound. This can resolve on its own, and even consuming oil can help clear it up since it is sludge, not true gallstones. So it will appear as if the person passed real gallstones as the sludge is expelled even though they did not have any real gallstones to begin with.